This is the eighth consecutive year Colorado College has released the Conservation in the West Poll.
"It’s just a good place to expand our ranching and provide opportunities to our ranchers to utilize Boyer Ranch and Wolf Springs," says president Russell Begaye.
The H3N2 strain, along with other flu viruses, has led to one of the worst outbreaks in state history.
I refuse to meet with the President under these kinds of threats and fear mongering," Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said.
A new website aims to be the one-stop shop for students, parents and teachers to find extracurricular activities.
In 1968, the project was a massive undertaking and resulted in the highest point on the US Interstate system, sitting at an elevation of more than 11,000 feet.
With a one page memo AG Sessions removed certain protections for people doing business in legal recreational marijuana.
Newman University in Wichita canceled Genevieve Waller's show "Rainbow in Reverse: Queer Kansas History" after receiving community concerns about its focus.
The trade in body parts from cadavers is a grisly and little-regulated segment of commerce. A Reuters news agency investigation led to FBI scrutiny of a facility in Montrose, Colorado.
The state’s rate rose slightly to 3.1 percent in December 2017, because more people entered the workforce than obtained jobs.
Curtis Brooks was 15 when he was sentenced to life in prison without parole for a shooting death in which he didn’t pull the trigger.
The move away from money bail is part of a larger trend sweeping the country on how to treat defendants pre-trial — before they’ve been convicted of anything.
Most imported solar modules will face an immediate tariff of 30 percent, with the rate declining before phasing out after four years.
Colorado's U.S. senators both voted Monday in favor of a temporary spending deal that allowed the federal government to reopen.