Currently, more than a million gallons of leftover paint are sitting in half-filled, sticky cans in Colorado. A new bill aims to find a way to recycle it.
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Bonanza may follow the 43 other Colorado towns that went extinct in the past 10 years.
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Retailers selling apparel licensed by the NFL convert excitement into sales but black-market vendors also cash in by selling Broncos orange with "unofficial" merchandise at roadside stands or online.
There have been seven earthquakes in Southern Colorado in January alone. Some scientists say the rumbles are triggered by waste water injection wells from drilling projects.
Regis University piano instructor R. Andrew Lee is winning over critics and international audiences.