The state transportation department asks Coloradans to create new messages to combat distracted driving.
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Austin Eubanks became addicted to Oxycontin after he was shot at Columbine High School on April 20, 1999. He now works with other recovering addicts.
The largest highway project in Western Colorado in 25 years is underway in Glenwood Springs. The $125.6 million Grand Avenue Bridge replacement will modernize the entrance to the city from Interstate 70 but it won’t be completed until 2018.
The governor says he hopes that Colorado would move up on the calendar of presidential nominating contests.
The new book from the award-winning novelist of Paonia envisions a bleak, desperate future where a gallon of water is precious.
Statistics show many teachers want to work second jobs. Website ByaTeacher.com matches them with potential employers.
The Northern Arapaho tribe in Wyoming,is doing cultural exchanges with metro Denver schools nicknamed "Warriors" and "Indians."
Former Colombian drug czar Julian Wilches thinks Colorado's legalization of marijuana could offer an alternative approach to the way his country handles the cocaine trade.
Bandmates Tom Hagerman and Shawn King discuss their musical approach to Stephen Sondheim's Tony Award winning musical about revenge and murder.
Buyers snapped up new Nissan Leafs for a fraction of the sticker price last year thanks to a group discount sponsored by Denver, Boulder and Adams Counties. Boulder is offering a similar deal now through the end of June.