The state's transportation director says there's an "epidemic of distracted driving" in Colorado. Automakers and local entrepreneurs are developing new technology that seeks to curb the trend.
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The Essential Air Service Program was introduced by Congress following U.S. airline deregulation in the 1970s. President Trump's 2018 budget proposal plans to scrap the program.
Colorado-based WhiteWave Foods is best known for Silk Soymilk and Horizon Organic products. Danone of France wants to acquire it for about $10 billion. The deal is expected to close by the end of the year.
Inspired by new social movements -- and a local civil rights activist -- songs on the hip hop group's new album went from the streets to the studio.
Historian Stephen Leonard is digging into an era of the state’s history that has not been well studied.
Colorado has about half the mining jobs it had a decade ago. Local officials want to replicate a Western Slope project that turns methane waste into electricity.
"Mr. Grass" lives in Boulder County. A recent magazine profile of him tried to figure out what fascinates people about watching things that barely move for hours on end.
In his new book “No Barriers,” Golden adventurer Erik Weihenmayer writes about his journey to kayak down the Colorado River.
Separate bipartisan proposals could raise the state sales tax and free money in the existing budget for roads, schools and health care.