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The Colorado governor's top wildfire fighting aide says the state can improve its ability to plan attacks on small blazes before they become big threats by buying two planes with sensing, processing and communications technology.
Vail Resorts is offering to buy base area assets from Park City Mountain Resort in the midst of a legal dispute over the lease to the rest of the resort.
A man serving a life sentence for two murders he committed when he was a teenager has hanged himself, and a prison reform advocate says he had lost hope in a sentencing review process triggered by a U.S. Supreme Court decision.
A former Arapahoe County sheriff convicted in a meth-for-sex case has failed a urine test.
A Republican candidate for a state house seat is withdrawing from the race in light of reports about his arrest record and ties to white supremacists.
The mother of a Grand Junction third-grader who shaved her head in solidarity with a cancer-stricken friend is asking for an end to the national furor over a school's short-lived decision to bar the girl from campus, so the focus can shift to the recovery of her 11-year-old friend.
A new study shows more Colorado children were living in poverty in 2012 than at the bottom of the economic downturn, numbers that officials see as evidence of the impact of generations of marginalization.
Denver Zoo officials say a newborn southern tamandua, a type of anteater, is doing well after staff initiated around-the-clock care.
Denver's police chief has ordered a review of all department policies after the second accidental shooting this month and the fifth in a little over a year.