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The jazz musician and saxophonist's latest album, "Diamond Cut," was nominated for Best Jazz Instrumental Album.
Kate Greenberg is the first woman to hold the post of Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture.
Eric McConnell of Thornton will compete for a third time in the Met's National Council Auditions.
Colorado's 43rd governor also said he's enjoying how fast-paced the lawmaking in state government is compared to his experiences in Congress.
And if you do encounter a cougar on the trail, remember to maintain eye contact, move slowly and make yourself look as large as possible.
The Colorado Office of the Attorney General commissioned the research, which crisscrossed Mesa, El Paso, La Plata and Pueblo counties.
University of Colorado Anschutz scientists are using a driving simulator to find out how drugged driving affects people individually.
Studies show children who attend full-day kindergarten go on to perform better, and that the program evens the playing ground for students who would otherwise be at a disadvantage.
The Denver-born painter creates large, colorful portraits of friends, family and strangers alike.