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New research coming out of CU Denver found there's no connection between congestion and a region's GDP or job growth.
Most sex offenders eligible for release should first receive psychological treatment behind bars.
Metropolitan State University graduate Tony Velasquez is on his way to Oxford to study socio-linguistics.
The baseball player attended Regis University in Denver for the school's music program. Brault returns to the city to face the Rockies Aug. 6-8.
Solitary lookout towers in the western United States still hold an important place in wildland firefighting.
What's going on with El Niño now can influence how much snow Colorado gets further down the line.
Almost one in 10 deadly car accidents in the state in 2016 were related to road rage.
Mark Serreze details his research trips in the Arctic and his change of heart in his new book, "Brave New Arctic."
The film shifts the focus from Washington, D.C., to the West to explore political corruption.