Elite athletes join recreational runners to keep beloved race weird for 43rd year
Colorado regulators say the subset of wells tested were known to be troubled, and many have already been plugged and abandoned
A study by researchers at the University of Colorado and the University of Minnesota uses long-term data on twins to assess the impacts of cannabis legalization
Colorado will prove a challenge for the magnetic Sanders, who inherits a program coming off a 1-11 season. But he brings instant name recognition and a track record of being able to recruit top-level talent.
Many top Colorado climbing guides and pros have stories about buildering, the late-night ascents of campus buildings and public art that shaped their passions and careers.
National Monuments have been political footballs since the Antiquities Act came to be in 1906. But so far court cases haven’t changed the president’s authority to shrink or grow them.
Dismissal a week before audit was delivered is “totally mystifying” to Patty Limerick who had begun succession planning for the Center of the American West at University of Colorado
Limerick, the co-founder and 37-year director of the University of Colorado’s Center of the American West, was fired Sept. 23.
Iconic professor, author and scholar created the Center of the American West to document and explore history, politics, traditions and culture of western U.S.
The latest “whoops” by regents reveals a systemic issue with murky ethics and financial decisions