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The Boulder County coroner says bones once used in remembrance ceremonies by a veterans group were not those of an American Indian as initially believed, but very little else could be learned about them.
Aaron Brown has built water heaters for schools in Costa Rica and done charity work all around the world, but the Metropolitan State University of Denver professor says some of the most rewarding work he's ever done is happening right now in Denver's Westwood neighborhood.
The University of Denver's chancellor says he will retire this summer after working at the school for more than three decades.
They may be getting older, but baby boomers are not ready to pass the torch to a new generation when it comes to setting the national media agenda.
Former President George W. Bush was honored Monday by the University of Denver as protesters rallied noisily outside, calling him a "war criminal" and saying he was undeserving of the award.
DENVER | The debate over George W. Bush's legacy has erupted into a brawl at the University of Denver over whether to present the former president with an award for his humanitarian work.
Former President George W. Bush was about to get an award from the University of Denver to recognize his humanitarian contributions to American society. But too many objected, and university leaders caved.
University of Denver officials reignited the school's simmering mascot feud last month by proposing three new mascots — an elk, a jackalope and a "mountaineer" — but many alumni are still smarting over the school's decision to dump Boone, the chubby pioneer who was jettisoned in 1998 for being insufficiently inclusive.
While one-party dominance is an almost surefire cure for gridlock, it also points to the increasing balkanization of state governments as Democrats and Republicans move away from the political center.