Attorneys say many law students lack important professional skills, including the ability to think independently. The University of Denver has launched a nationwide effort to fix the problems.
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Drones helped cut costs and keep rescuers safe, but they haven't helped find the bodies of three men lost in the massive landslide in Western Colorado.
Denver actor Scott Takeda shares his story of moving from behind the TV news camera to appearing in the bright lights of Hollywood.
The Rockies are hitting better than any other team and some pundits claim it’s because of favorable conditions at Coors Field. A physics professor helps us sort fact from fiction.
A Denver entrepreneur has created a market for huge used items like the cables from ski chair lifts and the artificial turf from a Harvard soccer field.
The Colorado Supreme Court hears the case of Erik Jensen and two others sentenced to life without parole when they were juveniles on Tuesday. The court will determine if those sentences are constitutional.
The group synonymous for the Supreme Court ruling upending campaign finance laws wants to make a film about Colorado politics.
Daniel Oates led his officers through nearly a decade of evolving police practices and the difficult days after the Century 16 theater attack.
The book "Plastic Purge" documents a Boulder resident's attempt to live without creating any plastic waste for two weeks.
Governor John Hickenlooper is no fan of legal marijuana, but he says so far he's not too worried about the drug's impact on Colorado's image.