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Jury selection for the trial of James Holmes starts today. If found guilty, he could either get the death penalty, a long prison sentence,...
Researchers will use state funds to try to settle a long-running debate about whether pot helps reduces epileptic seizures in children.
"Au revoir," coffeehouse tells customers after 28 years in surprise closure.
Why today's bulls buck harder, jump higher, and twist and turn more than ever before.
As skiers head to the slopes for the Martin Luther King holiday, the state hopes a new management strategy will keep traffic moving.
Two booksellers offer their recommendations for the best books to give as gifts this holiday season — or to keep for yourself.
Some Colorado lawmakers want to give people like Charles Selsberg more options, but opponents say legalizing suicide is dangerous.
At a time when colleges face allegations that they're not doing enough to respond to sexual assaults, one investigation finds many don't...
From Mick Jagger to Keith Moon, Denver's Dan Fong captured rock icons in their prime — even when he wasn't supposed to be shooting. A...
Images from photographic storytelling program's latest project are currently on display at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center.
Research shows parents are more likely to pretend they are "colorblind," which can hurt them and their kids.
"Circuit Rider," the new album from the Denver-based jazz musician features guitarist Bill Frisell and drummer Brian Blade.
April Edwards says her parents didn't talk about race at home. Now she's taking it on at home and at school.
Native American troops who faced combat get help from a CU public health center via teleconferences, and from their traditional ceremonies.
Chef Kelly Whitaker from Boulder's Basta, chef Dana Rodriguez of Denver's Work & Class, and 5280's food editor talk about the magazine'...