One Colorado shelter even doubled their capacity after demand jumped in October.
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While Latino voters remain a key part of the Democratic coalition, a third reliably vote Republican even as President Trump and the party shift right on immigration.
A former church treasurer compared members of Our Lady of Visitation Church to the Israelites wandering the desert. Parishioners say they feel lost without what they call their little pink church.
If you live in the mountains it’s almost guaranteed that there will be snow on the ground on Christmas Day and highly probable there will be snow falling from the sky.
Every year, Denver's bygone department stores set up elaborate holiday displays and, in one case, even an artificial ski ramp.
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.
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 spacecraft that got the first up-close look at Pluto in 2015 has now traveled four billion miles away from Earth.
The "Greeley Grizwalds" succeed where Chevy Chase's character in "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" fails.
It's our own middle-of-the-Front Range version of the Farmer’s Almanac.
The third annual extravaganza was an evening full of music, comedy and storytelling, taped in front of a live audience.
The 32-year-old giraffe was a visitor favorite.
The former first lady met hundreds of fans and signed copies of her memoir "Becoming" on Thursday.
Tim Gill was angry and depressed the night an anti-gay amendment passed in Colorado in 1992. So he created The Gill Foundation to advocate through philanthropy and political giving.