Staff shortages and mental health struggles among students and teachers continue to ripple across Colorado schools three years into the pandemic
Tens of thousands of Colorado families have matched with a universal preschool provider. Another 2,300 will have to apply again.
The Colorado Department of Education matched families during the first round of applications and will begin pairing applicants from the second round with providers next month
Breckenridge man breaks 14er winter climbing record with passion, perseverance and devil-may-care attitude
“I just go with the flow,” Chris Fisher, 29, said of summiting Colorado’s 59 peaks above 14,000 feet in harrowing, wintry conditions
Help wanted: A Colorado nonprofit is recruiting retirees to educate preschoolers amid staff shortages
The Early Childhood Service Corps puts adults 50 and older in preschool classrooms to help teach and fill workforce gaps
Colorado ski areas may be overlooking a key inclusionary effort: diversifying instructors
Industry leaders have worked to draw underrepresented skiers and snowboarders in recent years, but little attention has focused on diversifying frontline staff
Hundreds of thousands of Coloradans have some college credits. This program gives them a second chance at a degree.
The state’s Finish What You Started program helps students overcome financial obstacles and academic anxieties to return to school and finish their degree
A Colorado hero died fighting the Nazis. He’s finally been recognized back home.
Amid flyovers and military honors, Gov. Jared Polis thanked the man behind a larger-than-life statue that’s now a fixture near the state Capitol
Meet the Black Coloradans who are changing the face of outdoor recreation
Undoing a legacy of white gatekeeping demands changing perceptions about who belongs in the outdoors — and sometimes financial help
1,000 babies born through Colorado agency offering “adoption” of frozen embryos
Colorado is home to one of the most prolific embryo adoption agencies in the country, which has led to the birth of more than 1,000 babies.
A facelift has spruced up Colorado’s Pops the Triceratops. Next comes a big reveal back at the fossil’s Weld County home.
Artists in Fruita are putting the finishing touches on the fossil’s new display. The work follows Denver Museum of Nature and Science exam that found Pops may be much older than originally thought.