White middle-class families favor the affordable housing found in traditionally minority neighborhoods, but aren't as keen on the schools there.
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Jeff Hunt of the Centennial Institute, a Christian think tank, and Miguel De La Torre, an Iliff professor and Baptist minister, represent two very different Christian perspectives.
Greeley native Polly Baca was a staffer for Robert F. Kennedy's 1968 presidential campaign.
Baker Jack Phillips was back at the bakery today, greeting supporters and customers, as the couple struggled with the decision with their lawyers.
A new documentary, "The Interpreters," explores the lives of translators who have targets on their backs.
What was expected to be a close vote with wide-ranging effects came down as a narrow decision with limited reach.
The third album from the project led by Colorado musician Joel Van Horne is inspired by the Pacific Ocean.
Mandy Horvath had both legs amputated following an accident four years ago, but that hasn't slowed her down.
The ship is the only U.S. naval vessel held captive by a foreign government, and remains a powerful propaganda tool for North Korea.
The electric scooters meet a car-free public transportation desire, but infrastructure shortcomings and lack of city preparedness cause issues.