Hospitality wars: Many of Denver’s 47,000 hotel rooms are getting million-dollar makeovers as competition heats up

An observant visitor to the recently updated Hotel Monaco in downtown Denver might spot a number of subtle touches in its halls and rooms meant … Continue reading

On its 60th anniversary, NORAD has shed its Cold War image and has evolved to guard against modern military threats

COLORADO SPRINGS — Almost simultaneously Wednesday night, Iranian missiles were launched toward Israel and an unruly passenger on a Canadian airliner forced it to divert … Continue reading

Nearly 280 marijuana stores in Colorado suggested cannabis for pregnancy-related nausea, a new study shows. Health officials urge the opposite.

Should women suffering from morning sickness during pregnancy use marijuana to control their nausea? Colorado health experts, regulatory officials and even industry advocates have consistently … Continue reading

Colorado school resource officers are part teacher, part counselor, part cop — and part prison guard, critics say

Officer Dana Gerber is a mentor, teacher, confidant, in-house parent and the source of a few goofy rumors that keep Pomona High School students wondering … Continue reading

A planned Denver-area trash/recycling site drew a stink from neighbors, then a fast-growing town killed it by annexing the land

Could a battle over 12 acres of vacant land deep in Denver’s suburbs serve as the setting for a new — and, some say, overly … Continue reading

Gun control hasn’t worked for Democrats in Colorado’s battleground congressional district. Why they think it will lead to Mike Coffman’s ouster in 2018.

Colorado’s most competitive congressional district holds an infamous distinction in the history of American mass shootings: It was where 12 students and a teacher were … Continue reading