Trump has called global warming a hoax and he criticized wind and solar power as "so expensive." That leaves hope for renewables resting on state policies.
They are Timothy Tymkovich, Chief Judge of the U.S. Court Appeals for the 10th Circuit, Neil Gorsuch, from that same Court and Allison Eid of the Colorado Supreme Court.
Early versions of the agency's report highlighted contaminated drinking water and vulnerabilities from fracking. The final version turned out differently: Fracking had not "led to widespread, systemic impacts."
Attending symphony concerts has a positive impact on people with memory loss, according to research by Colorado State University.
A community forum, arranged by Aurora government agencies and nonprofits, was held Thursday night to try and address some of the concerns of the city’s refugees and immigrants.
Going from worst to first, now the CU Buffaloes face off against the Washington Huskies in the Pac-12 championship.
An Army review, prompted by a NPR-CPR investigation, concluded that commanders did nothing wrong — but experts dispute that.
Roughly half of uninsured Coloradans got insurance through Obamacare, but President-elect Donald Trump says one of his first actions will be a repeal. For now, the key word is uncertainty.
A full repeal will be difficult. These options are more realistic, according to an expert in the field, but many aren't proven to work.
Denver Pubic Schools worked with a New York architect to design a space it hopes will support 21st century learning.
Bleacher Report's lead NHL writer Adrian Dater talks with a diehard hockey fan about his new book, "100 Things Avalanche Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die."
An adjunct professor at the Community College of Aurora claims he was fired this fall because he criticized new curriculum guidelines.
Simply by making an annotation, or highlighting something they’ve read, the student introduces a collection point that the smart textbook software could work with.