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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…

Denver Heat Wave Won’t Last Long With Cold, Snowy Weather on its Way

Denver Heat Wave Won’t Last Long With Cold, Snowy Weather on its Way

Most Colorado residents have already broken out their winter gear and snow shovels by now, with snow flurries and chilly temperatures a common occurrence in October, but not in the…

Health Insurance Premiums for Coloradans Will Increase in 2015 by an Average 1.18%

Health Insurance Premiums for Coloradans Will Increase in 2015 by an Average 1.18%

The Colorado Division of Insurance (DOI) has recently approved a health insurance premium increase plan for 2015, and to the surprise of many Coloradans, these increases will be unusually low.…

Denver Area Left to Clean Up After Monday’s Major Hail Storm

Denver Area Left to Clean Up After Monday’s Major Hail Storm

The cleanup process began Tuesday morning for towns around the Denver area, after a violent hail storm hit the area on Monday. Initially moving from the southwest and dumping heavy…

Ten Denver Children Affected By Strange Muscle Weakness

Ten Denver Children Affected By Strange Muscle Weakness

In recent months, thousands of children have been exposed to an unusual outbreak of enterovirus D68, or EV-D68. Typically a mild virus that leads to the common cold, many of…

Colorado Supreme Court Untangles Confusion Between State and Federal Marijuana Laws

Colorado Supreme Court Untangles Confusion Between State and Federal Marijuana Laws

  Despite the fact that marijuana has been legal in Colorado for a while now, the state’s Supreme Court is still hearing cases that will decide the technicalities of actually…

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