Gov. John Hickenlooper has asked for such a campaign and says the state has one in the works. Meanwhile, teachers are asking for more drug counselors.
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Richard Krugman is the longest-serving medical school dean in the country.
At least 19 Coloradans are competing in the Winter Games, many of them in skiing disciplines.
In an interview with CPR, the governor talked about efforts to repeal gun measures, what still needs to be done to keep marijuana from children and proposed rules on carbon emissions.
Ed Dusinberre, first violinist for the Boulder-based Takács Quartet, looks back on a 2007 collaboration with the actor at Carnegie Hall.
New play "Annapurna" makes its regional premiere at the Boulder Ensemble Theater Company before heading to off-Broadway this spring.
Marijuana use is legal in Colorado, but employers still have the right to fire you for it. That could change later this year.
Smartphone app allows veterans to create "virtual hope boxes” to keep reminders of positive events, videos of loved-ones and inspiring quotes close at hand.
Currently, more than a million gallons of leftover paint are sitting in half-filled, sticky cans in Colorado. A new bill aims to find a way to recycle it.
Nearly four in 10 Colorado households are living so near the edge of financial insecurity that they lack the reserves to survive three months if an emergency struck, according to a new report.