HUGO — From his modest office at Lincoln Community Hospital, an hour and a half east of Denver, Kevin Stansbury views the state budget from a different lens.
At the Capitol, the debate is focused on balancing $26.8 billion.
By JENNIFER KAY, The Associated Press
MIAMI — The last orca has been born in captivity at a SeaWorld park in San Antonio, Texas, just over a year after the theme park decided to stop breeding orcas following animal rights protests and declining ticket sales.
HOTCHKISS — Trains loaded with shiny black coal used to generate electricity are thundering out of Colorado’s North Fork Valley again — as many as two a day — raising hopes for the mining comeback President Donald Trump promised on the campaign trail.
BOULDER, Colo. — On paper, Glenn Allan Tefft was sure he qualified for an open position at a Longmont, Colorado, printing plant even with his criminal background. But his spirits were low after he believed he was judged on his appearance during what he thought was a suspiciously brief interview.
A 113-year-old church in Denver has found a higher calling.
The International Church of Cannabis opens its doors on April 20, the unofficial annual marijuana holiday. The renovated church at 400 S.
Day and night, for more than a year, they’ve been out there — reflective safety vests cinched tight and handheld stop signs at the ready as train after train roars past.
DeMarcus Ware‘s eyes peer down at the list in front of him and a grin slowly forms.
“Let me see this,” he says as he grabs the booklet and his glasses, then eases back into his chair.
Baseball season is back. It’s time to iron your CarGo jersey, stock up on sunflower seeds, and get ready for Rockies games at Coors Field (and on TV).
Opening Day in the Mile High City is on Friday, April 7, with game time at 2:10 p.m.
Colorado this year is seeing a surge in mumps cases unlike any other in at least a decade, but a state Health Department official said it appears that the outbreak responsible for most of the cases so far is ending.
This week’s approval of a $1 million settlement with the parents of Jessica Hernandez was just the latest in a string of payouts on large legal claims involving the Denver police and sheriff’s departments — a sum that has hit $14.5 million in the last three years.
Dozens of committed activists and other opponents of the $1.2 billion expansion of Interstate 70 through northeast Denver lost a big challenge against the project last week, but don’t count them out — not yet.
Home prices have run so hot for so long along the northern Front Range, it is hard to imagine them reversing course in a significant way.
The Denver Post on Friday filed a lawsuit against the newspaper’s former senior vice president of advertising and two other employees, accusing them of conspiring to use the newspaper’s trade secrets and confidential information to set up a competing advertising agency.
Fear that members of the local furry community could turn savage led organizers of Rocky Mountain Fur Con, typically attended by people dressed in plush animal costumes, to cancel the annual event.
By Ben Guarino, The Washington Post
In the 1940s, Americans found a new way to love salt. Not simply for sprinkling on food – we’d acquired a taste for the mineral long before that – but for spreading on roads and sidewalks.
Three Colorado proposals are among 11 U.S. finalists in a private company’s sci-fi-like transportation challenge that aims to move ground-based passengers at speeds of 700 mph.
CHICAGO — It’s No. 1 vs. No. 2, again. It’s the National Collegiate Hockey Conference regular-season champion against the NCHC tournament champion. It’s the two best teams from December, and now.
Walk into Helena Walter Higgins’s home in Thornton and it’s like walking into an arcade.
There are about a dozen full-size pinball machines lining the walls of the living room, and just as many in the basement, paneling the perimeter of the room.
Do you believe in miracles? Asada Rico sure does. The No. 5-seeded 16th Street Mall cart rolled past—the competition to win our 2017 March Madness breakfast burrito tournament, forever earning burrito immortality (or just a long line of customers).
When Marlin Spoonhunter returned to the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming after decades working as an educator in Montana, he realized that something crucial, something elemental to his Northern Arapaho identity, had escaped him — the language.
A former Marine with a lot of grit, even David Pond was running out of gas.
After returning to civilian life, Pond struggled to find his footing as he waded through school, only breathing again when he was reunited with the bomb-sniffing dog he served with.
News of the April 4 shutdown of a beloved off-leash dog park in Evergreen traveled quickly, like the Twilight Bark in Disney’s “101 Dalmatians,” over the foothills and along the Front Range, prompting speculation in dog parksby dog owners across the metro area.
WHAT: 4217 Eldorado Springs Drive is a 4-bedroom, 5½-bath log-style home located on 5.78 acres in south Boulder.
PRICE: $6.499 million
SIZE: 7,370 square feet, $881 square foot
A 36-year-old man crashed his vehicle on Interstate 70 in Denver last week and then allegedly kidnapped a good Samaritan who came to his aid, saying “Don’t make me have to shoot you,” before demanding to be driven to a motel, court records show.
The most terrifying moment of Ryan Miller’s life was setting in and there was nothing he could do about it. It was the summer of 2015 and he had just returned to his apartment in Texas after a practice with the Dallas Cowboys.
When patients walk into Dr. Michael Pramenko’s office in Grand Junction these days, they often walk in worried.
Even 100 years after the United States’ entry into the war to end all wars, Army 1st Lt. Charles Stewart’s letters to his wife — found years ago in a trunk in the attic of a Denver home — still evoke vivid snapshots of a relatively short but bloody chapter in history.
Semester after semester, an exceedingly difficult challenge plays out between literature teachers and their students: How do you make kids care about what some dead poet wrote about a wet red wheelbarrow?