In the book, Krouse explores the tough world of street fighting with an unexpected protagonist named Nina Black, who makes a living by knocking out men and stealing their wallets.
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Doctors at Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver are part of a pilot program experimenting with a device that doesn't require surgery like the pacemaker currently on the market.
Journalist T. Christian Miller looked at rape investigations, with a focus on one in the state.
Opening statements are scheduled for Monday in the trial of James Holmes, who has admitted killing 12 people and injuring dozens more in July 2012.
The event begins Friday night at the University of Denver’s Sturm Hall, with a program that includes 18 films over a three-day period.
Francine Mathews gets inside the head of James Bond's creator in her new book, "Too Bad To Die."
Elizabeth Fenn's Pulitzer prize winning book on the Mandans, "Encounters at the Heart of the World," seeks to change the way we think about North American history.
"I was on the road east, into the mountains, barefoot with many more children like me and we went, and went, and went," Dr. Azad Katchian told his daughter.
Scott Carney's nonfiction work chronicles the life and death of Stanford-educated Ian Thorson. His story is indicative of the darkest places where unmitigated pursuit of a higher spirituality can lead.
Citing concerns for safety, Perlmutter pursues legislation and meetings to create a stable banking system for marijuana businesses.