Colorado is known for its peaches, cantaloupes and even wine grapes. But farmers here also grow potatoes, cabbage, tomatoes and barley for beer. Colorado chefs integrate these ingredients into their dishes and farmers adjust to meet the demand.
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Last week Kurdish forces announced that Levi Shirley died while fighting with them in Syria. More than 100 Americans have volunteered to fight ISIS outside the U.S. military.
State Rep. Joe Salazar, D-Thornton, a delegate for presidential candidate Bernie Sanders at the recent Democratic National Convention, now supports party nominee Hillary Clinton.
Firefighting couple’s house burned in the Cold Springs fire but the search for their dog has gone viral and neighbors are helping them rebuild.
Three Coloradans will compete on the U.S. Paralympic swim team, including Brickelle Bro, who was born without feet.
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Colorado author Gil Asakawa says he's like a born-again Japanese American. He's written an instruction manual of sorts for others looking to connect, or reconnect, with their culture.
We asked the James Beard Award finalist to share some of his less elegant moments in the kitchen.
The Colorado Springs-based National Day of Prayer Task Force organized the Pray For America Bus Tour, which traveled to the Republican and Democratic conventions this month.