Doug Duncan, director of Boulder's Fiske Planetarium, explains the excitement over NASA's discovery of seven rocky planets orbiting a single, relatively nearby star to Earth.
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Tribes have a long history of fighting for sovereignty and control of their resources. The new documentary, "Beyond Standing Rock," looks at those struggles, including the experience of Colorado’s Southern Utes.
The county sheriff's office there was the last Colorado jurisdiction to train officers as immigration agents. It stopped doing that in 2015 and doesn't plan to restart under President Trump.
Remerg.com is trying to reduce recidivism in the state by offering help with jobs, housing and counseling for people just released from Colorado prisons.
Bujanda’s business and ambulance -- yes, ambulance -- is called TattooEmergency911. He’s been contracted by the state to provide tattoo removal for at-risk youth.
Kory Brunson is one half of the Crash Dadeez, whose Nashville-inspired children's album has the motto, "No more screen zombies."
Survivors of trafficking often face serious legal hurdles. A Denver nonprofit has designed a new app to get a lawyer on the case, fast.
Experts in end-of-life decisions offer doctors, nurses and hospitals advice on how to avoid pitfalls faced in other states.
"Because The Sky Is Everywhere" is a children's picture book about a young boy looking for his father who has died.
Jessi Whitten of CPR's OpenAir highlights some of this year’s entries from Colorado.