As Earth heats up, many cities will find their infrastructure woefully unprepared for the difference a few degrees could make.
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The daughter of freed slaves was the first black graduate of what is now the University of Northern Colorado and the first black woman to graduate from CU Boulder.
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The outgoing governor submitted a series of questions about the two amendments to the Colorado Supreme Court last week.
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Neguse and other freshman Democrats are already facing a House leadership battle and other brewing congressional fights.
The wildlife refuge's past as a Superfund site has caused concern among environmental groups.
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New research from CU Boulder analyzed weather and crime data from 16,000 cities.