But prison officials warn lawmakers they could run out of space to hold people as soon as next year.
The principal of Rise Up Community School says police drew weapons during a search for a student. The department has its own version of events.
The $2.6 million award includes back pay for the seven female professors and attorneys' fees.
Last year the ski area maintained enough snow to stay open for the holiday weekend, but the warm winter dashed this year's chances.
Wildfires can make creeks and rivers boiling hot and clogged with debris, turning habitats fatal for aquatic species.
Hickenlooper has stated in the past that mineral rights are personal property and that bans are a "taking." Longmont's approach may finally sidestep that issue.
Leaders have appointed an interim committee to hash out recommendations from an outside human resources firm over the summer.
“We feel the art excites people, it disarms them and it sort of makes them ready for the conversation,” says David Ehrlich of the Denver Theatre District.
After a fire in March destroyed the castle's gift shop, the Bishop family is reflecting on the past and future of their father's oddball creation.
The Native Student Alliance at DU advocates for students who once felt invisible at a university founded by a man who was also the co-architect of the Sand Creek Massacre.
The bill would affect prescriptions written for patients in acute but short-term pain. Gov. Hickenlooper has yet to sign the measure into law.
The April 20 incident on the A Line that left 200 riders stranded dented the transit agencies' relationship, but decades-long deal will likely remain intact.
When unprepared owners surrender their captive wolves and wolf-dogs, this southern Colorado sanctuary takes them in.
More than 300 million people visit national parks every year -- but only 7 percent of them are African-Americans.
“This is the most surprising and unexpected thing that I’ve observed in 27 years of making these measurements,” researcher Steve Montzka says.