"Neverhome," the new novel by Boulder author Laird Hunt, is about a woman who disguises herself as a man to fight in The Civil War.
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Under federal law, gay men aren’t allowed to donate blood, but many doctors and scientists think the law goes too far.
The Colorado Innovation Report, out today, explains this trend and a looming problem for the state's entrepreneurs.
A spate of earthquakes in the Trinidad, Colorado, area have been linked to wastewater injection wells in the oil and gas industry, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The university’s plan to build new stadium has been in the works for two years, but looks less certain now.
Shannon Galpin pedaled through the Panjshir Valley and recorded the adventure in a new book, "Mountain to Mountain."
Fort Collins singer Justin Roth, who's played at the Planet Bluegrass festival in Lyons for years, was inspired to write the song, "Rise," after he saw images of a town submerged in water.
Social networking is increasingly important during emergencies. Colorado researchers are among those studying the hows and whys.
Graham Sutton's discoveries as a mineral brokers come with some wild tales, including a petrified tree that unlocks secrets about ancient times.
A former first lady of Colorado helped launch a 10-year plan to preserve the governor's mansion for future generations. Six years later, the mansion is less than a tenth of the way there.