Auto thefts in Colorado are up 18 percent so far this year, according to state law enforcement.
New, smaller designs for nuclear reactors have been touted as vital for the clean energy future, but new research found they could generate more radioactive waste than conventional nuclear power plants.
Not long after the Reagan administration's massive cuts to public housing and housing assistance, John Parvensky saw a need to help people facing homelessness. After 36 years leading the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, Parvensky has announced his retirement.
Bob Garver looks at Minions: The Rise of Gru. Was the wait during the pandemic worth it?
It's July 4th, a celebration of the United States' independence. It's also an opportunity to look at the state of the country's democracy.
Buying a used car in the Midwest got a little more affordable in May over the previous month.
The public is invited to join the inhabitants of Bent's Old Fort July 4 to celebrate American Independence during the 2022 Old-Fashioned 4th Celebration.
The U.S. Supreme Court has consistently banned school-sponsored prayer in public schools. At the same time, lower courts have generally forbidden public school employees from openly praying in the workplace, even if no students are involved.
Rural life and humor, with characters from the mind of Slim Randles.
More than $360 million was wagered with Colorado sportsbooks in May, according to the state's latest figures.