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New Cancer Drugs May Soon be on the Market

New Cancer Drugs May Soon be on the Market

Boulder-based drug researcher Clovis Oncology is selling $275 million in new stock in order to raise money for more research. Their plan also includes the commercialization of two new cancer…

Will the Supreme Court’s Ruling Affect Same-Sex Marriage in Colorado?

Will the Supreme Court’s Ruling Affect Same-Sex Marriage in Colorado?

The Supreme Court may rule any day now on the constitutionality of state marriage bans, and its decision could cause legal chaos in numerous states. If the court, which will…

Denver Energy Company Announces Increase in Production

Denver Energy Company Announces Increase in Production

A prominent Colorado energy company announced it is increasing its oil and gas operations in the Denver-Julesburg Basin, announcing on June 10th it will go forth with its plans to…

Denver-Based Program Seeks to Improve Home Safety

Denver-Based Program Seeks to Improve Home Safety

A new program launched by two Denver construction and home safety experts hopes to educate construction workers, architects, and occupational therapists on how to make homes safer for all ages…

Colorado DUI Bill Heads to Gov. Hickenlooper’s Desk

Colorado DUI Bill Heads to Gov. Hickenlooper’s Desk

A long-rejected bill that will increase consequences for drunk drivers in Colorado has finally passed through the Senate and is headed to the Governor’s desk for approval. CBS Denver reports…

Colorado Towns See Rising Water Levels, Officials Warn That Flooding Is Likely

Colorado Towns See Rising Water Levels, Officials Warn That Flooding Is Likely

Colorado hasn’t been very lucky this year in terms of weather — from tornadoes in the winter to blizzards on Mother’s Day, the residents throughout the state have seen it…

Child Custody Could Have More Chance of a ’50/50′ Split If Bill Passes in Colorado

Child Custody Could Have More Chance of a ’50/50′ Split If Bill Passes in Colorado

The Colorado legislature is looking to change how child custody rights are decided, but not everyone is supportive of the new measure. On the one hand, Colorado Senate Bill 15-129…

Denver Computer Security Expert Pulled From Flight After Tweeted Joke Fails to Land

Denver Computer Security Expert Pulled From Flight After Tweeted Joke Fails to Land

The web is undoubtedly clogged with useless data. However, while 97% of the 60 billion emails — and a significant portion of the 500 million tweets — sent each day…

With Most Denver Residents Covered By Health Insurance, Cosmetic Procedures on the Rise

With Most Denver Residents Covered By Health Insurance, Cosmetic Procedures on the Rise

Plastic surgery is on the rise for Denver residents — and these days, cosmetic procedures focus less on the face and more on the backside. According to a Feb. 27…

December 2014 Study Explains Factors Behind Denver’s Application-Based Education System

December 2014 Study Explains Factors Behind Denver’s Application-Based Education System

The Denver Public School System is a bit different from nearly every other elementary and high school public education system in the country; rather than having kids assigned to certain…