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If you like being around children, or just want to be around your own children or grandchildren more, becoming a licensed family child care provider is a great way to make a living.
Euell Santistevan of Denver holds a rainbow flag during a protest outside the Federal Courthouse in downtown Denver on Wednesday, April 9, 2014.
Hundreds of people Tuesday gather at the west steps of the state Capitol in Denver to hear Archbishop Samuel Aquila denounce Senate Bill 175.
There's something about a field of wildflowers that draws out the photographer in all of us.
Increasing clouds and falling temperatures can be expected this afternoon, as a storm system approaches from the west.
Citing the need to balance the region's water demands with the importance of maintaining future reservoir supplies, the Northern Water Board of Directors voted April 11 to increase the Colorado-Big Thompson Project quota allocation to 60 percent.
A bill aimed at helping address one of Colorado's most pressing agriculture and water issues was signed into law this past week by Gov. John Hickenlooper.
Connect for Health Colorado announced Monday that 124,000 Coloradans signed up for private health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
Four Denver-area medical marijuana businesses may be permanently shuttered after federal officials reportedly probing links with Colombian drug cartels raided the shops in November.
From left to right, front row, Becky Kopetzky, Tertia Cain, Makinna Miller; second row, Chris Anderson and Matthew Hofman; back row, Allie Reagan, Leah Walraven and Cora Rhode.
Have you ever been ticketed from a red-light traffic camera? I've narrowly avoided it my share of times.
After a long and snow-filled winter, it's time to celebrate the warmer weather, and with it, the opportunity for spring gardening in Colorado! Have questions about indoor houseplants, starting an herb and vegetable garden, or preparing your soil for new plantings? Join City Floral Garden Center for weekly garden tips on "Going 2 The Garden" every ... (more)
Four Sterling High School students did well at the recent Colorado Science and Engineering Fair, held April 10-12, at Colorado State University, taking home a total of $9,750 in prize and scholarship money.
Activist at the April 5th rally in front of the White House, holds a sign that reads, "We want education, not rejection."
UPDATE: We hear that a friend and advisor of Tancredo is discreetly asking questions about the possibility of Tancredo being approved as Jeffco Schools Superintendent.
The Colorado shale oil boom is adding billions of dollars to oil company balance sheets and millions to the coffers in counties where drilling takes place - but it hasn't amounted to much for the rest of the state.