Study Finds Refugees In Denver Are Integrating To A Better LifeColorado takes in about 2,000 refugees every year, and for the first time a study looked at how well those refugees assimilate into society long term.
'We Exist' Says 'Intersex' Person Suing For 3rd Gender Choice On U.S. PassportsLambda Law is suing the U.S. State Department on behalf of an intersex Fort Collins citizen denied a passport. The State Department now has 60 days to respond to the lawsuit.
Lawsuit Seeks 3rd Option Besides Male, Female On U.S. PassportA Colorado resident denied a passport for refusing to check either male or female on the application form has sued the federal government to push for a third option.
Boulder Climbers Become First Ever To Summit Himalayan Peak Jabu RiiWaters is now sharing his story in an effort to help rebuild the area's tourism industry.
Police Need Help Identifying Man Who Burglarized RestaurantDol Bhattarai has been having a stretch of bad luck. Someone crashed into his car. Then last Sunday at 2 a.m. his luck took another bad turn -- his restaurant was burglarized.
Habitat For Humanity Of Metro Denver Won't Give Up In NepalSince the first earthquake in Nepal last month people in Colorado have been trying to help out. Housing is one of the most vital needs, and one group in Denver has been helping and planning an ever bigger effort.
USGS In Golden Monitors Latest Deadly Seismic Event In NepalA new and powerful earthquake has rattled Nepal. This one hit near Kodari, a town considered a gateway for travel to Mount Everest and was a magnitude 7.3.
Denver Drone Company: 'Reconnect Disconnected Villages' In NepalA Denver-based drone company is partnering with a humanitarian relief organization to help Nepal with relief efforts in the aftermath of last month's earthquake.