The S & P Case Schiller Home Price Index reports Denver had the third fastest home appreciation last month, up more than 8 percent compared to last year.
A new storytelling project that features 20 women living with the virus comes as Denver vows to end AIDS in the city by 2030.
Democratic Sen. Andy Kerr, D-Lakewood, says legislation is in the works that would allow Colorado to join an interstate popular-vote compact.
The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless says it was only able to get details on 79 of those deaths.
Pitkin County commissioners voted 3-2 to oppose Aspen’s move to renew conditional water rights tied to two potential dams and reservoirs.
A group of ranchers near Kremmling will move forward with an ambitious plan to rehabilitate about 12 miles of the river.
The engagement level at Rocky Mountain Prep has tripled and the school is one of the highest performing, high-poverty schools in Denver.
Obeid Kaifo, 26, runs the Shish Kabob Grill with his family. He was personally offended when Colorado politicians tried to shut out Syrian refugees.
Since the murder, a Brown University American Studies professor has studied girls' beauty pageants and what motivates parents to have their children compete in them.
The first Colorado Matters holiday music special features Dianne Reeves, memories of John Denver and the Muppets, and every musical style in between.
Blacks make up just 4.2 percent of the state’s population, but account for 12.4 percent of all arrests and summons made in 2015.
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A rise in consumer spending and business investment led to the state’s strongest growth in years.