A photographer and a writer clung to narrow ledges, endured thirst and injuries to document the Grand Canyon from one end to another.
Since the 1970s, Billy Barr has measured the snow, weather, and first appearance of animals outside his door. The data has helped scientists show the effects of climate change.
Malik is a 2016 winner of an Academy Nicholl Fellowship, an international screenwriting contest from the same institution that runs the Oscars.
Polly Baca and Robert Nemanich, are part of a national movement running up against deadline of Dec. 19 to build support for a plan to offer an alternative to the president-elect.
The move comes four years to the day after the shooting that killed 20 children and six employees in Newtown, Conn.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble's annual winter show.
In her new book "The Man Who Thought He Owned Water," Tershia D'Elgin tells the story of her family farm outside Greeley.
The state’s popular vote went to Hillary Clinton, and the state's nine Electoral College members are required to cast their ballots for her.
Residents of what the city says is its poorest neighborhood have reason to cheer an economic shot in the arm that also protects against being forced out by rising rents.
University of Colorado ecologist Alan Townsend admits more dialogue is needed to ensure everyone has a say in resolving problems.
Robin McIntyre has an inherited genetic mutation that means she'll almost certainly develop early onset Alzheimer's. Her sister does not.
Big beer companies like AB InBev are fighting to gain access to the lucrative craft beer market.
One artist called the converted warehouse's closure a "witch hunt" after a deadly fire at a similar space in California.
Joseph Collier Made A Name Photographing Colorado. 100+ Years Later, His Descendant Repeats The Feat
In the late 1800’s Joseph Collier traveled across Colorado, taking photographs on the way. Now, his great-great-grandson has recreated that photo quest.
The depictions of a Southern black community in “Porgy and Bess” have stirred up controversy since it premiered in 1935. The Aurora Fox tackles a revised version that stripped out the derogatory language.