The former cheerleading coach, Ozell Williams, was dismissed shortly after the videos became public.
The Public Employees' Retirement Association is 58.1 percent funded, down from 62.1 percent in December of 2015, and more than 560,000 rely on it for retirement savings.
On Friday, DeVos retracted Obama-era guidance on how universities handle sexual assault cases but a Colorado university says it won't change the way they investigate.
Chris Dreyer of the Colorado School of Mines is part of a team that will present at NASA's Innovative Advanced Concepts program, which holds its symposium in Denver this week.
By nature a dark and brutal play, this ‘Macbeth’ is a risqué reimagining that can look like a nightclub at times.
Many districts don't have classes on Mondays or Fridays in an attempt to save money.
Melody Brooke Safkin speaks with Colorado Matters. She teaches digital illustration at Colorado Mesa University and is currently the Artist in Residence at the Mesa County Library.
A respected Colorado teen joins the army and becomes an elite Ranger. But in his final hours before shipping to Iraq, he didn't hug his family or girlfriend. He robbed a bank.
The EPA is installing a barrier at the mine outside Silverton to prevent another spill like the one in 2015 that sent 3 million gallons of toxic water into rivers.
The Denver company’s new season starts with a play that tackles racism.
"You can go to a country club and get food, why not come to a hospital and get good food?" asks chef Robert Reynolds of Penrose Hospital in Colorado Springs.
In Colorado, the number of seniors who hold medical marijuana cards has been slowly rising.
In his monthly conversation with Colorado Matters John Hickenlooper also spoke about immigration and the state's effort to land a new Amazon headquarters.
The second annual Supernova Outdoor Digital Animation Festival will screen videos from around the world this weekend.
It's been tough lately for lawmakers in Washington to come to a political consensus on much of anything. We put the challenge to a politically divided group of seven Colorado citizens.