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The Kirkland's collection isn't limited to just the works of its namesake. It also includes 40,000 pieces of fine and decorative art.
Colorado's $1.2 billion plan would eventually widen the highway to 10 lanes. But will that eliminate congestion or just create more traffic?
Davies won for her communication skills and her leadership. She tells CPR News how those skills convinced voters to approve a tax hike.
After years of deadlock on how best to deal with the viaduct, the proposal for a below grade freeway with a small cap finally won people over.
Neither of Colorado's senators joined the call, which comes in the wake of an NPR-CPR investigation.
A recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling means 48 Colorado inmates sentenced to life without parole when they were juveniles can get their sentences reviewed.
She says art is a way to communicate what it is like to have multiple sclerosis. Her latest project is on display at CU Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora.
Dr. Brian Foy thinks he transmitted the Zika virus to his wife in 2008. Now the CDC has confirmed a similar case in Texas.
Patricia Byrne, whose son is a recovering heroin addict, wants other families to talk about a problem she thinks many keep secret.
Coloradan David Klaus was a launch commander for NASA. He's now a professor of aerospace engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Those streets with the outline of a bicycle painted on them are called sharrows because cars and bikes are meant to share the lane. But does it work?
A new documentary looks beyond the myth of the larger-than-life hustler who inspired Jack Kerouac’s groundbreaking novel "On the Road."
Hunger Free Colorado says the state is ranked 46th in the nation for access to food stamps.
The second "Art of the State" show, which features nearly 150 pieces by Colorado artists, runs through March 27.