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With potentially deep Pentagon cuts looming, the state readies for a competitive national fight over which military bases will stay open.
Falsetto singing and simple guitar riffs underpin the arts show's catchy music.
John Suthers says it’s an attorney general’s job to uphold the law despite public opinion.
Colorado's music scene hopes to get a boost at SXSW through the use of public funds for the first time.
Two reporters who covered the deadliest food-borne illness outbreak in modern American history share their food safety tips in a new book.
The District Attorney says new evidence casting doubt on Montour's original conviction forced his office to drop its capital case.
What happens when governments take over a movement designed to keep them out? Communities in Colorado are finding out, one bike lane at a time.
CPR Arts Editor Chloe Veltman discusses some of the most interesting cultural happenings around Colorado this weekend, March 6-9.
Through the organization You Can Play, professional, college and high school athletes are speaking out for their gay teammates