Six weeks after its launch, Colorado’s first state-owned and operated bus system, the Bustang, isn’t exactly bustling yet.
Colorado’s first state-owned and operated bus system is now in service.
Wireless technology has revolutionized the way we communicate, but now some people say there’s a potential downside. Some people claim Wi-Fi and cellphone signals are making them sick.
Researchers say they have collected promising weather data by flying instrument-laden drones into big Western and Midwestern storms. Now, they want to expand the project in hopes of learning more about how tornadoes form.
After more than a decade of planning and millions in tax dollars a first-of-its-kind bus system in the United States is rolling in Colorado’s high country.
It soon may be harder to get away from email, Facebook and Twitter — even at a national park.
Many people who plan on being glued to their TVs on Super Bowl Sunday may be thinking about buying a new set. So 4 On Your Side Money Saver Suzanne McCarroll went out shopping for TVs across the metro area.
The Regional Transportation District is displaying a “Bus Rapid Transit” or BRT bus over the next couple of days.
A Fort Collins 9th grader has allergies so dangerous she can’t even risk being inside her high school. But she’s still going to school and sees her friends because she has a robot that goes to class for her.
The town of Timnath is pulling the plug on its municipal Wi-Fi network.