The first few months in Colorado can be rough for refugees but most integrate well, according to a new study.
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David Pulsipher says he regularly strolls the streets of Denver to gather ideas for a more pedestrian-friendly city.
Sweeting, a pastor and academic, comes to CCU after serving as president of the Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida.
The Sie Center for Down Syndrome at Children's Hospital Colorado is seeing more cases of young people with "regression," which they say has been under-diagnosed.
Proponents say increase to $12 an hour by 2020 is much needed for working families, while foes predict job losses and failed businesses.
Fewer than 2,500 giant pandas exist today, yet they were recently taken off the endangered species list. Suzanne Braden calls that a "double-edged sword."
Jordan MacTaggert and Levi Shirley died over the summer in Syria.
Lyons' affordable housing was wiped out after the flood, and the town hasn't rebuilt. In Jamestown, the town is finding a "new normal."
Fallen comrades, forbidden love and brutal combat, Abraha documents his time with the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Army (EPRA) in his book "Love of Assimba."
Denver Art Museum's Gwen Chanzit says she did not intend to put on an all-female show -- she just wanted to tell the movement's full story.