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A new housing development for senior citizens in Loveland, Colo. is the first in the state to follow the "Green House" approach, where residents live in group homes rather than nursing homes.
Telluride Bluegrass and RockyGrass are sold out, but there are plenty of other great Americana festivals happening around the state this summer.
Colorado Public Radio arts editor Chloe Veltman brings together a 36-year-old Colorado film festival, a reading by "Orange Is The New Black" author, and Balkan dancers in her Weekend Arts Roundup for May 22-25.
“The Ripple Effect” examines whether the oil and gas boom is driving up the price of water. Some residents worry that the industry’s deep pockets will price farmers out of business. But, the truth is far more complicated.
The Feds have proposed new rules that many in Colorado's tech industry worry would change the Internet for the worse, and they say anyone who uses the Internet should be just as worried.
Eric Larsen just finished two months and 500 miles of skiing, snowshoeing and swimming to the North Pole. It's a trip he says could soon be impossible to complete.
ProPublica delved into Medicare data that was unavailable for decades. The nonprofit investigative news service says Colorado doctors are slightly more likely than others to charge Medicare's highest rates.