Some students are protesting the multi-million dollar facility, which has already broken ground and will help train future meat industry workers.
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In a 6-3 vote, the church's judicial council says the bishop's homosexuality violates church law. Oliveto heads the region that includes Colorado.
In the latest Walt Longmire mystery, "The Highwayman," Wyoming author Craig Johnson takes on the supernatural.
Mark Campbell's career includes work on the Pulitzer Prize-winning “Silent Night” by Kevin Puts, an adaptation of Stephen King’s “The Shining” and a new opera about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
Blake Crouch takes readers inside the Schrödinger's cat theory and asks where you'd be if you'd made different choices. Or, maybe you actually have.
Plane crashes, random shootings and the sound of a sleeping baby are fodder for Denver poet Wayne Miller in his latest collection “Post-.”
Fifty years ago this month, Denver voters approved the plan, which targeted 27 blocks of downtown for renewal. But many architectural gems were lost, and for years, downtown Denver was a sea of parking lots.
Lieutenant Gov. Donna Lynne has visited every Colorado county since she took office a year ago. As the former chief executive officer at Kaiser Permanente, she's also become an influential adviser to Gov. John Hickenlooper on health care issues.
Former Governor Dick Lamm, who sponsored the legislation, says the emotional debate over the abortion issue has remained the same since 1967, but the differences then were less political and more religious than they are now.
Denver's Alan Brooks wrote the story for the six-part series "The Burning Metronome."