The fifth graders beat out more than 3,300 children from all over the country to make the cut.
Woodland Park City Council’s approval of 125-foot artwork includes installation of smartphone technology to connect visitors with the region’s past.
Students in Denver, Jefferson County and Pueblo got the day off Thursday. We're tracking developments.
In 1925, Edith Lake Wilkinson was committed to an insane asylum, and her artwork was packed away in a trunk for 40 years. Now Danielle Ate the Sandwich is setting music to the story.
Jury selection is still underway for the trial of James Holmes, which the judge says may last until October.
Two Colorado towns are fighting light pollution and hoping to receive an "International Dark Sky" designation for their efforts to preserve the view of the night sky.
A new coalition, Coloradans Against Fracking, says it will seek to place the issue on the November 2016 ballot.
Hispanics are the dominant minority group in Colorado, but when it comes to small business loans, they are falling significantly behind.
Quentin Tarantino's blockbuster movie shoot continues to boost Telluride's economy, as evidenced by Telluride Tire's record sales.
More than a century after they were poached to near extinction, a small herd will return to lands they once roamed.