People in Crimea are celebrating a vote to break with Ukraine and join Russia. About 96 percent of voters favored it Sunday. The decision came just two weeks after Russian troops seized the peninsula.
A few dozen people gathered on the steps of the state capitol to call for peace in Crimea on Sunday.
Inside a Byzantine Catholic church in Denver prayers of hope are continued to be offered for peace in Ukraine.
The summer Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro are only two years away. If things go as planned, a promising young gymnast from Colorado might be representing the U.S. Her name is Polina Shennikova, the daughter of proud Russian immigrants.
Arielle Gold crashed in practice before the Snowboard Women’s Halfpipe Qualification Heats on Wednesday.
The 24-year-old Russian girlfriend of Colorado Avalanche player Semyon Varlamov says she and her family in her homeland have been receiving death threats since she has come forward about his alleged abuse.
Avalanche goalie Semyon Varlamov will be allowed to travel with the team following his arrest on domestic violence related charges, a Denver judge said Thursday.
Twins Lanny and Tracy Barnes of Durango are shooting to be the first American biathletes ever to medal at the Olympics.
Scientists at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science said the meteor that struck Earth likely came from an asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. And it could happen more often.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has banned Americans from adopting Russian children, immediately affecting 50 children who were already in the adoption process.