The Colorado Department of Transportation says by 2020 the I-70 corridor between Golden and Vail will be 'smart,' meaning sensors along the highway will communicate with some vehicles about weather conditions, traffic speeds and upcoming hazards.
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CoverGirl hired beauty blogger Nura Afia to be a model for its new mascara campaign.
Skiers can be liable for crashes, but insurance usually covers the costs, as in a recent case where a Colorado judge awarded a skier $260,000 after a collision.
Donald Trump's Colorado campaign co-chair, Robert Blaha, says the state will play an important role in the president-elect's plans.
Walker was elected in 1965 and says it was a fluke.
The $4.2 billion USS Colorado submarine will be christened Saturday. It's the fourth ship to carry the Colorado name since the Civil War.
The argument is whether gerrymandering -- the creation of legislative districts that give an advantage to one political party -- is harming the democratic process.
The Wheat Ridge visual artist, who is blind, paints on strand of monofilament fishing lines.
One theory: the ballot language was confusing. But listeners say it might be something else. A supporter of the effort reflects on why it failed.
University of Colorado pediatrician Harley Rotbart asked physicians for stories of patient recoveries "they can't forget." He collected them in the new book "Miracles We Have Seen."