State legislators must sign off on any changes to the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District before voters decide whether to extend it in November.
The cities don't get a big check for winning -- instead they get "technical assistance" to develop food systems in their cities.
Kristy Arellano will give a talk at an upcoming event that features a performance about the trauma of cyberbullying.
The small Arikaree Glacier in the mountains of Boulder County and other icy areas in Colorado are melting fast.
Fiske Planetarium director Doug Duncan thinks Planet 9’s existence is “likely,” but will feel more certain when it's spotted by a telescope.
The numbers can seem surprising given how incidents in big cities like Chicago, Cleveland and Baltimore have captured national headlines.
The Himalayas may have more "megaquakes" in store in the near future say Colorado scientists.
Just as the ranks of Alzheimer's patients is growing, so is the political will to find a cure.
"Stand on the edge of a train station platform." That's just one of several possible "dumb ways to die" in metro Denver.
Fat-wheeled bikes look like motorcycles without engines. They also annoy Nordic skiers, who have to share the trails with them.
Ugland House in the Cayman Islands is a five-story office building that houses more than 18,000 companies -- at least on paper. It's also described as a "tax haven."
The two-time Colorado Book Award winner's newest release is a collection of short fiction called, "The Skull of Pancho Villa and Other Stories."
The severance tax will bring in 77 percent less revenue this year -- half of the revenue goes to the Colorado Department of Natural Resources budget.
More and more Latinos are eligible to vote, but will they? Could frustration over jobs, immigration and security lead them to the polling stations?
"If I were a betting woman I'd put money on this maybe being the end for Peyton Manning," says Sports Illustrated writer Joan Niesen.