President Obama recently signed a bill authorizing an investigation into whether soldiers are being discharged for behavior that could be combat-related.
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A Colorado lawmaker is proposing the state set up a commission of American Indians to judge whether school nicknames are offensive.
For years, Colorado was home to the pioneering country-rock band. On Saturday, they’ll be inducted along with Poco, Firefall, and Manassas.
State lawmakers return to work on Wednesday with divided control, many new faces, and plenty to argue about.
The author learned lessons about grieving as he made his way from one wild haunt to another, finally coming to terms with the notion that “the grief journey unfolds at its own pace."
The Ouray Ice Festival kicks off Thursday. The town attracts ice climbing's biggest names -- and novices on “bucket list” trips.
After presenting classical, jazz and world music concerts at Denver clubs for several years, Jim Bailey is bringing his unconventional programming to Boulder’s Dairy Center.
John Malone's $42.5M gift to Colorado State University aims to advance research into using a person's own cells to treat pain and chronic illness.
Republican Walker Stapleton won a second term in November's election and spoke with CPR about his priorities for the next four years.