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Students with disabilities, who are homeless or living in foster homes have the right to free transportation to their schools. School districts’ costs are rising.
Piling clunker credits on top of existing state and federal electric vehicle rebates can land you a very, very cheap new car.
For now, the color in the smart ink developed at the University of Colorado only turns on and off. Someday it could signal health problems like high blood sugar.
One orphaned well was added to Colorado regulators’ long list of projects, and another may be joining it. Both may have to wait in line.
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The team showed off the new scoreboard Friday, a day before the Broncos play their preseason finale against the Los Angeles Rams
Far bigger chunks of pristine public lands would be walled off from extraction, as federal land managers are ordered to consider climate impacts of activities on land spanning Eagle, Mesa and Pitkin counties
Todd Stevens most recently served as the manager of training and development at Native Roots Cannabis Co.
The decree will have limited effect, but it’s a strong signal to local governments and state lawmakers that Jared Polis is unwilling to back down on his affordable housing push