One theory: the ballot language was confusing. But listeners say it might be something else. A supporter of the effort reflects on why it failed.
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University of Colorado pediatrician Harley Rotbart asked physicians for stories of patient recoveries "they can't forget." He collected them in the new book "Miracles We Have Seen."
A new company called TekDry has commercialized a technology which relies on metallic beads to rescue wet electronics.
This recipe has its roots in India and comes from, of all people, Sen. Michael Bennet.
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As part of his global wildlife conservation work, zookeeper Dave Johnson helps Nepalis use beehives to stop marauding elephants.
On immigration, energy policy, and health care, John Hickenlooper says Colorado will continue to chart its own course, regardless of the presidential election.
A Greeley neighborhood group says Colorado's oil and gas regulators didn't follow their own rules to accommodate the community's concerns.
It's an old saw that "water is for fighting over," but an expert in the Southwest says when Colorado River states have had to save water, they've actually thrived.
After almost 30 years in prison and two trials, Clarence Moses-EL was recently acquitted in a 1987 rape case.