Even tourists who stop into a dispensary for a joint during a visit to the Mile High City risk running afoul of customs agents who are increasingly searching phones and social media.
The EPA is considering using robots and other sophisticated technology to help prevent mine "blowouts" or clean them up if they happen.
The president touched on the nation's strong economy as well as themes around "building a safe, strong and proud America."
Colorado lawmakers are considering stiffer penalties for a risky internet prank of making a false report to lure police to a home or business.
Gov. John Hickenlooper delivered his final State of the State address, Jan. 11, 2018.
Organizers of the exhibition say they hope it can be an entry point for people who have never been to the opera.
The second annual Colorado Matters Holiday Extravaganza taped in front of a live audience at the Newman Center for Performing Arts in Denver.
Robert Black lugged his massive instrument into the canyons, brought along a recording engineer, and improvised an entire album of music.
Apprentice electricians from the Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mountain convinced the parade to let them build a brand new float.
Marie Greenwood's spirit and tenacity helped her overcome racial barriers to become Denver's first black tenured teacher.