A new study finds some parts of Colorado currently don't have enough primary care doctors to treat residents, while others areas have plenty.
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A Littleton company is one of the largest U.S. makers of credit cards that have a computer chip in them. Experts say such cards would help prevent security breaches like the one at Target in December.
The EPA has proposed caps on emissions for new power plants. Officials in northeast Colorado asked the Governor to oppose them.
The 2014 list of the state's most endangered sites includes a homesteading ranch in Frasier that doubled as a stagecoach stop, and the collection of brightly lit neon signs along Colfax Avenue that stretch from Lakewood to Aurora.
Researchers in Colorado believe the historically low fertility rate is connected the a rise in overweight women and men.
Republicans failed this week in their latest attempt to repeal expanded gun background checks but the governor says he would support a subtle change to the law.
The report highlights what some female professors say is a common problem in philosophy departments at universities across the country.
In a new book, Paula Burger writes about escaping the Jewish ghetto and living in the forest with more than 1,000 other people.