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Is Colorado Expected to Have a Big Winter?

October saw record-breaking snowfall and cold temperatures. But does this indicate we’ll have a solid winter season? Well, it’s complicated.


Sponsored Content: There is No Cure for Type 1 Diabetes. You Can Change That.

There is No Cure for Type 1 Diabetes. You Can Change That.

More than 30 million Americans, or roughly 9.4% of your friends, neighbors, coworkers, or family members are living with diabetes, which means you probably know someone with the disease. But do you know what life with diabetes actually looks like? Or that there are multiple types with big differences?

Sponsored Content: Feeder School

Feeder School

Metropolitan State University of Denver is educating the next generation of leaders in Colorado’s booming hospitality industry.

Variety Show

A letter from the editor of 5280's November 2019 issue.

Sponsored Content: ‘Northside’ story

‘Northside’ story

Bobby LeFebre’s passion for Denver and diversity will be front and center in his new role as Colorado’s first Latino poet laureate. He traces his artistic roots to the historic neighborhood where he grew up and his education at Metropolitan State University of Denver.

What the Heck Is a Snow Squall Warning?

The National Weather Service is rolling out a new severe weather alert that warns of intense, but short periods of snowfall and wind resulting in reduced visibility.

What You Need to Know About Proposition DD

This measure, which will be included on the statewide ballot in November, asks voters to legalize sports gambling to fund Colorado water projects.

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