Veterans who leave the military with other-than-honorable discharges often are denied health care and other Veterans Affairs benefits. Yet many suffer from conditions—such as post-traumatic stress disorder—that could have contributed to the behaviors that got them kicked out in the first place. The University of Denver’s Veterans Advocacy Project wants to help.
On the 20th anniversary of Comedy Central’s iconic cartoon about the fictional South Park, Colorado-raised Ted Conover, who fell for the real thing as a teenager, returns decades later to discover that not much—and everything—has changed.
Change has come to the historic mining city of Leadville in a big way. And for the Latino residents who call the highest-elevation city in the United States home, that means facing new challenges—and new fears.
Fifty years ago this month, three Colorado mountaineers survived the deadliest disaster in the history of Alaska’s infamous Denali. What went wrong on that fateful day—and how did the Colorado men make it out alive?
Towering white cakes, penguin suits, and bland ballrooms, begone! Especially in Colorado, there’s no need to adhere to tired traditions on your special day. Our guilt-free guide shows you how to ditch the stodgy formalities and make the biggest party you’ll ever throw more personal, memorable, and actually fun.
Last year, the federal government released a report about rampant sexual harassment and gender discrimination in Grand Canyon National Park's white-water rafting district. The account sparked a nationwide outcry, suggesting the issues weren't limited to Arizona. Could the Centennial State's rafting industry be perpetuating the problem?
River advocates recently secured nearly $8 million to revitalize roughly 30 miles of the Colorado River headwaters. It’s the largest such restoration ever attempted on this stretch of the Centennial State’s signature waterway, and it required nothing short of a miracle to pull off: a truce between sworn enemies.
A small facility in Fort Collins is home to one of the world’s largest curated seed collections. The lab could save our food supply in the case of a disaster—but only if the federal government continues to fund it.
Well, maybe not everything. But thanks to scant housing inventory, massive population growth, and still-low interest rates, buying or selling a home in—or even near—the Mile High City means stepping into a fierce game with ever-changing rules. Here’s how to play the market right now.