Construction could start in early 2019, after the district refines the plans, hires a project manager and awards contracts.
His wife, Jasmine, had decorated her home and was on standby to pick him up when he called her to tell her that he was being held by ICE.
A former bicyclist turned wheelchair athlete from Colorado says her new chair allows her the freedom to hike on rocky, uneven terrain.
The two have found a plant-based compound that extends the lifespan of male mice. Now they want to figure out how to do the same with female mice. Eventually, they hope to help humans live healthier lives into old age.
Saturday is the second annual Ainsley Price Day of Service for Veterans in Denver, during which ex-military members can get free services for their animals.
Martin Luther King Jr., Eartha Kitt and even Star Trek’s Lt. Uhura are among the black luminaries in a cast of characters conjured up by CU’s Ruth Ellen Kocher.
Young immigrants brought to the United States illegally as children have a lot at stake right now. That includes Diego, the "mayor" of Grand Junction High School.
Two years ago, the Denver library didn’t have a social worker on staff. Now it’s becoming a lot more common position for libraries.
Diane Les Becquets's national best-selling novel is about two women-- one has gone missing on a hunting trip north of Grand Junction. The other, tries to find her.
Adler spent time in two Jewish ghettos and three concentration camps during World War II. He lost every member of his immediate family to the Holocaust.
A new book's Denver author tells stories that both fascinate and horrify, and offers recipes from Jefferson's Mac and Cheese to LBJ's Pedernales River Chili.
The GAO found that commanders don't usually follow military policies that are meant to protect injured troops. Thousands of those injured soldiers who got kicked out likely can't get health care at the VA.
Musk, who owns The Kitchen and Next Door restaurant concepts is planning to expand to 50 locations, many outside of Colorado, by 2020. He's blending two concepts you don't normally think of: restaurant chains, and locally-grown food.
A local nonprofit works with food pantries and a Lakota reservation to ensure food doesn't go to waste after games at Coors Field