Hundreds of furloughed and essential federal employees rallied in downtown Denver on Thursday as workers hit dire financial straits.
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Dr. Carol Foster studies vertigo at the University of Colorado's School of Medicine and recently wrote “Overcoming Positional Vertigo.”
The midterm elections were "a brand rejection" for the Colorado Republican Party.
Just 40 years ago bald eagles were on the brink of extinction. Now, Colorado sees over a thousand migratory birds and is home to 125 or so nesting mates.
Frontier pilots agreed to big pay cuts during the recession. The airline has turned a corner since then and is now profitable.
The legendary violinist spoke with CPR Classical program director Monika Vischer.
It's the first time a rover has successfully landed on the far side of the Moon.
Griswold is Colorado's first elected Democratic Secretary of State in 60 years.
"I do think Donald Trump is a racist based on his tweets, not just since he's been president, but when he was running for president," DeGette said.
A government-funded challenge will bring together up to 30 teams, including one from University of Colorado, to experiment on underground drones.