Billed as the successor to Hubble, the infrared telescope will search the farthest reaches of the universe using an optical system built in Boulder.
One-third the way into the legislative session and lawmakers are mired in a few pitched battles.
More research is needed regarding geoengineering techniques that aim to slow climate change, some scientists say.
The State Board of Education has delayed action on whether to grant testing waivers to the 19 Colorado school districts that want them.
Seventy years ago this week the skiing soldiers of World War 2 fought to take Italy's Mt. Belvedere, which had been an impenetrable obstacle to defeating the Axis powers.
The popular spot for rafting and other outdoors activities will be declared a National Monument later this week.
The way hospitals are designed, how staff are trained, and patients themselves all play a role in keeping accidents to a minimum.
The many Hispanic families that moved there in the last 25 years have transformed the town.
King heard “If I Can Help Somebody" at New Hope Baptist Church while in Denver in the 1950s.
A racist video made by white students at a South African university that went viral in 2008 is the impetus for journalist Donna Bryson’s debut book, “It’s a Black White Thing.”