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Winter Park’s Indigenous roots are now on the mountain in signs and art installations

The history of Winter Park – Colorado’s longest continuously-operated ski area – is often told starting in the 1920s. That's when people are said to have “unofficially” started hitting the s...

Want to recycle water at home? A new proposal could make that easier in Colorado

Only seven cities or counties allow at-home graywater reuse systems

Want to recycle your own water at home? A new proposal could make that easier in Colorado

Legislation under consideration would ease the way for new homes in Colorado to adopt water-recycling systems. It would change state laws that have made the state one of the slowest in the r...

40,000 people work at Denver International Airport. Here are a few of the faces you may meet – and their advice for travelers

Tara Soto has seen Denver International Airport get a lot busier in the dozen years she’s worked at the shoeshine business near the middle of the B concourse. “I remember them talking about ...

Delayed food benefits in Mesa County part of a spike in demand across Colorado

Western Slope food banks are trying to help SNAP applicants get the food they need while applications are being processed

Colorado begins review of former Indian boarding school in Hesperus

‘We just need to keep teaching and talking about it so that this never happens again,’ said state Rep. Barbara McLachlan

How one Western Colorado city leads in preventing school-based violence

School operations chief meets with local mental health center and law enforcement