Former Time Magazine correspondent Jay Newton-Small used to cover politics and foreign policy. Now, she writes the life stories of people with dementia.
Accurate crime reports help police understand the safety of neighborhoods and calls for help. They also build community trust.
The plaintiffs want state regulators to require energy companies to show they would not harm human health or the environment before drilling.
Democrats have used health care to go on the attack, and the issue is coming up in congressional races in Colorado and across the country.
A Republican plan would commit existing sales taxes to road construction. Opponents worry that mean cuts to other state programs.
In the early 2010s, the number of violations per year hovered around 10. Since then, that figure has jumped to more than 100 a year.
Chris Anthony, of Avon, Colorado, has been a Warren Miller athlete for 28 years. He remembers the celebrated snow sports filmmaker.
Workplace advisor Employers Council says it's seen an increase in complaints following Hollywood movement.
A flurry of sexual harassment charges has targeted well-known personalities. In Colorado, a harassment investigator talks about how her job's changed in recent months. And, Holocaust survivor Jack Adler says he has two birthdays. First, the day he was born and then the day U.S. troops freed him from the Dachau Death March at the end of World War II.
The pass from the newly named Alterra Mountain Company includes Aspen Snowmass, Steamboat and Winter Park in Colorado.
Thirty-two-year-old Oscar Lopez Velasquez died in the explosion.
Dreion Martise Dearing, 22, was being held on suspicion of homicide in the death of Deputy Heath Gumm.
"The idea of taking money that's from the tobacco industry is just antithetical to everything we do," said Karen Emmons of Harvard's public health school.
Forget the specialized, extreme gear. These folks want "a product that will get me through most of what I want to do, and a product that is versatile."
Among many elite athletes, everyone knows Sherry Von Riesen as the “mom” to hundreds of aspiring Olympians and Paralympians.