A new book explores the harrowing tale of 20 people who survived a mountain plane crash near Steamboat Springs-- almost 40 years ago.
Colorado Preps For An Electric-Vehicle Future; Aviation Hall of Fame Inductee; Ghoulish Halloween Ideas
General Motors says its working toward a future with only electric vehicles. But companies have to overcome people's fear that electric cars will leave them stranded miles away from charging stations . Now Colorado's government is trying to ease drivers' "range anxiety." Then, only white pilots could fly commercial airplanes until a Supreme Court ruling in 1963. The case came out of Colorado, when Marlon DeWitt Green applied to Continental Airlines. Green will be inducted this weekend into the Colorado Aviation Hall of Fame. Plus, rents are up in Denver, and evictions have followed. The city has launched new programs to keep people in their homes. And, Halloween's around the corner. We have some ghoulish ideas to trick out your house or costume this year.
The First African American To Fly For A Commercial Airline Lands In Colorado's Aviation Hall Of Fame
Pilot Marlon DeWitt Green sued to get a job at Continental Airlines. In 1963 the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in his favor.
Some 60,000 combat pilots served between World War I and the Vietnam War, only 1,447 of them became aces.
Denver-based Frontier Airlines is looking to go public. And while profits are up, its customer service ranking is way down. Will that make a difference to investors?
As Colorado’s elderly population grows, officials seek to reduce cases of physical and financial abuse. Then, working conditions pose extra challenges for female pilots. Students have a plan to combat extremism on social media. And, a poet crafts "Bad Fame."