Your Chance To Meet A Colorado-Educated Astronaut In PersonThe Denver Museum of Nature and Science is preparing to host self-confessed space nerd, astronaut Dr. Kjell Lindgren.
Día del Niño Brings Out The Child In ManyThe Denver Museum of Nature and Science celebrated Día del Niño by offering free admission and a variety of activities on Sunday.
Día Del Niño Offers Free Day At Museum Of Nature & ScienceDía del Niño is a day to celebrate all children!
Girl Gives Up Birthday Gifts To Help 4-Year-Old With Rare Brain CancerInstead of getting any birthday gifts, Logan Wilson has organized a fun run to benefit Piper Waneka.
Ancient Manuscripts, Artifacts On Display In Dead Sea Scrolls ExhibitThe Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit will open Friday at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. It's the regional premiere.
Exhibition Explains Science Behind Things That Glow In The DarkA new exhibition at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science gives visitors a chance to learn more about plants and animals that glow in the dark.
'Super Blue Blood Moon' Watch Party Planned In StapletonOrganizers say it will offer one of Denver's best views of the Front Range and city skyline.
Best Ways To Spend New Years Day With Your Family In DenverDon't stay home for New Year's Day this year. There are lots of fun things happening all over the city for you and the entire family.
Top 10 Colorado News Stories Of 2017Take a look back at the biggest news stories in Colorado in 2017.
Photojournalist's Notebook: Uncovering and Covering A Dinosaur In My 'Backyard'After a dinosaur was discovered in Thornton, photojournalist Mark Neitro checked the map and realized he lives only about 4 miles away from the dig site.
Surprise! Paleontologist Says Thornton Triceratops Is Not Actually A TriceratopsThousands of triceratops fossils have been found around the world, and this year in Colorado paleontologists thought they found another one. It turned out to be something even more exciting.
Reporter's Notebook: What Do You Mean It's Not A Triceratops?!“So we have a little news about the triceratops,” the voice on the other end of the line said. “The thing is ... it’s not a triceratops.”