Denver's library is one of the first to carry Narcan, the brand name for Naloxone, a medication used to reverse an opioid overdose.
Fifty years ago this month, Denver voters approved the plan, which targeted 27 blocks of downtown for renewal. But many architectural gems were lost, and for years, downtown Denver was a sea of parking lots.
Professor John Straayer headed CSU's legislative internship program for 37 years. His students included Cory Gardner, who's now a U.S. senator from Colorado.
Denver nonprofit Bayaud Enterprises launched The Laundry Truck, which can wash 300 to 450 pounds of laundry a day, earlier this month.
Denver is home to some of the architect’s earliest projects, including the Mile High Center. Many consider his National Center for Atmospheric Research, in Boulder, a modern architectural masterpiece.
Denver photographer Mark Sink shared memories and images he took of the late Basquiat in New York City.
The federal government launched Energy Star in 1992 to rate computer monitors. Now it covers dozens of product categories from washers to electronics and homes.
Some participants also voiced concerns about potential cuts in federal funding for science and research. Others wanted an opportunity to move science out of labs and academia.
Complete with its own surreal version of Michelangelo’s “Sistine Chapel” painting, the International Church Of Cannabis has raised more than just eyebrows.
Since he was a freshman lawmaker in 2013, Everett has been the lone no vote on bills dozens of times in the 65-member Colorado House.