One of the biggest issues officials saw in those early days of 2014? People taking way too high a dose of edibles.
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The Indian Child Welfare Act was meant to rectify the number of adoptions of Native American children by white families. Does it represent unfair racial preference?
Pastor Jerry Herships leads a group of volunteers every day in distributing lunches to people in need. On Christmas, that food line also includes hand warmers and warm clothes.
Terry Nash is an award-winning cowboy poet who draws from his own experience as a rancher on the Western Slope.
At the end of December, the school established in the early 1950s will shut its doors.
The reverend lost almost everything when she came out as a transgender woman. But after a TEDx talk elevated her platform, she's giving back.
Susan Potter donated her body to science. The University of Colorado's Center for Human Simulation will digitize her body to be studied for generations to come.
The then-unknown British band was the opener at Denver's Auditorium Arena on Dec. 26, 1968.
The answer lies in how railroads were built across the American West.
Paul Bodnar of the Rocky Mountain Institute attended the summit in Poland as part of the U.S. delegation.