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Since the legislature didn’t make any progress on his plan to raise transportation funds, Gov. John Hickenlooper is hitting the road himself to make it happen.
Renewable energy technologies are not entirely cost-effective for an individual at the moment, so one company is working to get around the financial deterrent by offering wind turbines for rent.
Denver voters spoke up on May 5 and said some pretty important things to Denver’s city leaders, and newly elected city council people would be wise to listen.
A new study investigated the reasons why people are anxious about doing things alone. And why you should try it.
Colorado ranks in the top five states in America for lightning injuries and deaths. With close to 650,000 cloud to ground strikes a year, it’s not that hard to have a personal encounter with lightning. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida has some tips on how to avoid becoming a statistic.
It started with renting a wheelchair…
Even though we are only a few days in, it is clear that the Aurora Theater Trial is going to affect the Colorado community in deep and profound ways that we are just beginning to understand.
Last week I was snacking on yogurt when the nutritional facts caught my eye. The abundant sugar was shocking.
State Assessment Testing is serving as a great bipartisan unifier of usual political enemies in the Colorado Legislature.