State support for colleges and universities here is dwindling. It’s dropped about $150 million since its high mark in 2008.
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Last week, the Fiske Planetarium in Boulder debuted new technology that shows the night sky in striking detail.
In December, voters in Deer Trail, about an hour east of Denver, will be asked to decide whether people should be allowed to buy "Drone Hunting" licenses.
The government shutdown ended this week when a deal was struck in Congress to keep the nation from defaulting on its debt. We check in with a federal employee in Golden.
A memorial service took place Thursday for Joe Bell.
The recent trial and conviction of an Ethiopian immigrant in Denver sheds light on Ethiopia's brutal past. The country’s civil war, known as the Red Terror, wore on throughout the 1970’s and 80’s.
Lakewood High School students expect to hear tomorrow whether they’ve won a contest that would bring pop singer Katy Perry to give a concert at the school on October 25th.
Last year, Clint Irwin considered quitting soccer.