Herb Myers' terminally ill wife was grateful for Colorado's aid-in-dying law. The process was more cumbersome than he anticipated, but much better than the alternative.
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A new Colorado State University study says climate change may prevent forests from bouncing back after wildfires.
Arapahoe House, which treats about 5,000 substance abuse cases a year in the Denver metro area, is scheduled to close January 2.
A lawsuit filed last week is seeking damages after acquittal from a 1988 rape conviction.
Bob Rawlings was at the helm of the Pueblo Chieftain for more than 37 years and was a powerful force in protecting Southeastern Colorado's water resources. Rawlings died earlier this year at age 92.
Charity Tillemann-Dick grew up in Denver and began a professional singer career in her late teens. She's since had two lung transplants -- and returned to singing after each of them.
In an executive branch with more than 30,000 employees, Colorado's governor found 62 sexual harassment complaints over five years.
Virgil Hughes fought in the Battle of the Bulge, a bloody conflict that began in December 1944. He's also a lifelong lover of music.
The French government has asked five scientists to leave Colorado and move to Europe to work on climate change.
Mike Rust was a pioneer in modern mountain biking in Southern Colorado. He disappeared from his property in 2009.