Thompson will leave the Denver Center for the Performing Arts in March to finish writing a book.
The editor of the Denver Post's pot-specific website, named one of the most powerful people in the marijuana industry by Forbes Magazine, is in search of a new adventure.
Mounted shooting pairs target practice with horseback barrel racing. Organizers say the straight shootin' competition is the fastest growing horse sport in the U.S.
Voting patterns and surveys show lawmakers are also the most polarized in state history, which can affect what laws pass.
The Extreme Mammals exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science showcases bizarre creatures - both living and extinct.
The nuclear weapons plant closed in the early ‘90s. Residents who lived near the plant have raised long-standing questions and concerns about high rates of illness.
While all are welcome to explore at the resort, out-of-bounds skiers in need of rescue are subject to a hefty service fee.
The state senate's Select Committee on Energy and the Environment was created to respond to President-elect Donald Trump's plans to reverse many of President Obama's policies.
Reports of hate-related incidents put the topic front and center last year. But while end-of-year data are not yet available, it's clear that confirmed hate crimes remain relatively low compared to all reported crimes in Colorado.
The Kirkland Museum’s future home — slated to open fall 2017 — will be a mix of new and old.
From Antonito to Zirkel, author Jim Flynn has put together 'A Compendium Of Curious Colorado Place Names.'
In advance of his new album, "Gregory Alan Isakov with the Colorado Symphony," we asked the singer-songwriter about the similarities between farming and music.