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When Leslie Fox first met her friend and neighbor Brianne Nelson, Fox asked Nelson if she liked to run. At the time, Fox had no idea she was talking to a professional athlete and proceeded to tell Nelson about all the cool trails in and around … more
The success of Wheat Ridge High School’s STEM program last year led to a big question — how could the program continue to grow? The answer came in the school’s art teacher, Andy Yutzy. Together Yutzy and STEM instructor Chuck Sprague … more
Ask Foster Elementary School’s second-grade students about their charity projects, and the response can be surprising. “Do you want us to answer in English or Spanish?” said Madi Hiester. Her three classmates, Mateo Acosta, America Gonzales … more
Applications will be accepted through March 20 from college-bound Colorado high school seniors who “embrace creative risk-taking and demonstrate the courage to go against the grain of every day,” according to information from the Museum of … more
Colorado Democrats and Republicans have tentatively agreed to push for changing the state's system of choosing presidential candidates to a primary election, instead of a caucus. The agreement came after a raucous caucus night March 1 in which … more
A very large flag presents a very big mystery to Golden historians. The flag in question — a 12-by-24-foot, 38-star American flag — once flew over the capitol of the Colorado Territory, back when the legislature used to meet in what is now … more
For Preston Jenkins, 12, watching his mom teeter on the edge of homelessness left him anxious. “I did not like seeing my mom stressed out about it all,” he said. And “I was stressed out because we had to move and be homeless.” Preston … more
Flowers and trees improve the natural beauty of landscape, but they can do even more than that. The tree seedlings for this year’s Jeffco 4-H Tree-mendous Sale are grown by the Colorado State Forest Service Nursery to promote conservation … more
Colorado's tourists aren't just buying weed now that it's legal — they're ending up in emergency rooms at rates far higher than residents, according to a new study. Doctors reviewed marijuana-related emergency-room admissions at “an urban … more
Sue Klebold doesn't break down in tears anymore when she learns about another mass shooting. The attacks have become too common in the 17 years since her own son killed 12 of his classmates and a teacher at Columbine High School in south Jefferson … more
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