Grand Junction joins the ranks of Greeley and other cities that don't have a downtown grocery store.
The 8-time NBA All-Star led the Nuggets to nine straight playoffs and scored more points than Magic Johnson, Larry Bird and Michael Jordan in the 80s.
Communities across Colorado are grappling with how to manage short-term rentals like Airbnbs.
Women are more likely than men to be killed in natural disasters, and more likely to become refugees after drought and famine.
Warm, dry weather is on the rise in Colorado. It's also the beetle's preferred climate.
It's a status symbol displayed on bumpers and t-shirts. But Colorado is far from the most native state.
The record is based on the legend of Rattlesnake Kate, a Greeley woman who allegedly killed 140 rattlesnakes in 1925.
Sheep shearing demonstrations are just one fixture at the National Western Stock Show.
A third of all of Colorado's carbon emissions come from cars and other vehicles.
Denver City Council passed a bill in November that opened the door to an injection site. Hancock's enthusiasm seemed to slow in a new interview.
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Unlike previous sessions, Democrats can now propose and pass their own health care agenda.
The fire season starts as early as March in the southeastern United States, and by April, fires pop up in the Southwest.
More minority students are graduating within four years than ever before, but the rate is still 10 points lower than that of white students.
Iraqi refugee Marwan Nassr is thriving at Denver's South High School. He was profiled by author Helen Thorpe in her book, "The Newcomers."