While the DPD document follows national best practices, critics locally say the language is too vague and lacks community input.
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More than four dozen refuges who were expected to arrive in Colorado this week will be delayed by a presidential order that placed a 120-day hold on their travel while the Trump administration reviews refugee vetting procedures.
Pueblo artist Teresa Vito hopes to see her painting of chile peppers cruising I-25 on special license plates.
Space artist and writer Michael Carroll went to the summit of Mt. Erebus to explore the active volcano's ice towers and caverns. He says it gave him an idea of what other planets' landscapes might look like.
Lockheed-Martin's GOES-R satellite, built in Colorado, will replace an aging one, and will be able to pinpoint severe weather more accurately.
Regarded as the nation's first transgender journalist on mainstream television, Lane marks another first by appearing in an historic theater production.
As President Trump closes the United States to Syrian migrants, a Lafayette man reports on his recent experience volunteering in a refugee camp.
Female entrepreneurs face different challenges in Colorado than in coastal hubs. They also have different opportunities, like MergeLane.
Hart's show "The Older We Get..." features a dozen porcelain sculptures and is up at the Manitou Arts Center through Feb. 12.