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Lauren Y. Casteel is a 2014 inductee into the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame. She was the first African American woman to lead a Colorado Foundation.
A national organization based in Boulder is targeting Denver and five other cities to advocate for bike lanes separated from car traffic.
A year after the murder of corrections chief Tom Clements, his push to limit the use of solitary confinement continues. Some say the killing has resulted in stricter enforcement of parole and an increase in the inmate population for the first time in years.
Gov. John Hickenlooper says he won't oppose the Attorney General's decision to defend Colorado's marriage ban in court.
The Denver Center Theater Company lifts the curtain on its new season, which includes a reworking of “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” and a stage adaptation of “Lord of the Flies."
In our regular conversation with Gov. John Hickenlooper, he addresses whether he feels the attorney general should go to court to enforce the state's constitutional ban on gay marriage. He also talks about flood recovery, the minimum wage and what marijuana sales tax revenue should be spent on.
Gov. John Hickenlooper says he doesn't believe legalization has significantly increased the number of marijuana users in Colorado.
Boulder author TaraShea Nesbit provided us with a chapter from her new novel "The Wives of Los Alamos."
In her debut novel, Boulder author TaraShea Nesbit writes about the wives of Manhattan Project scientists who left everything they knew and moved to the New Mexico desert. Their husbands couldn’t tell them they were developing the atomic bomb.