PTSD is often associated with soldiers returning from combat, but hospitals are seeing similar rates of PTSD diagnosis in civilians injured in their own neighborhoods.
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A national organization based in Boulder is targeting Denver and five other cities to advocate for bike lanes separated from car traffic.
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Gov. John Hickenlooper says he won't oppose the Attorney General's decision to defend Colorado's marriage ban in court.