Highlands Ranch students use virtual dialogue with WWI kaiser to spark interest in history

Students at STEM School and Academy in Highlands Ranch have applied virtual-reality and artificial-intelligence technology to bring historical figures -- and history lessons -- to life.


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Kremlin: Trump associates’ peace plan for Ukraine “absurd”

The Kremlin said Monday that the Russian government does not know anything about a Ukraine peace plan crafted by an opposition Ukrainian lawmaker and two of President Donald Trump's associates.


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With Congress out of session, many in Colorado ask: Where are the town halls?

Congress is off this week but few Colorado lawmakers are using the time to meet with constituents -- a slight that’s angered activists across the state.


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ChromDex expands to Longmont with plans to add 30 to 40 new jobs

Natural products company ChromaDex recently expanded to Longmont and plans to add 30 to 40 people in the next five to seven years.


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Fire danger rises along Colorado’s Front Range

Several wildfires broke out in northeastern Colorado Monday and unseasonably warm, windy weather could spark an additional round of fires Tuesday.


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CU Boulder proposes $39M in new spending for 2017-18

The University of Colorado's Boulder campus is proposing $39 million in new spending in the 2017-18 fiscal year so that it can maintain aging campus buildings, boost the salaries of its employees and offer more financial aid to needy students.


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CU aims to launch 3-year, fully online degree in 2018

The University of Colorado is charging ahead on a plan to create a three-year, fully online degree and hopes to launch the new program in the fall of 2018, according to William Kuskin, vice provost and associate vice chancellor for strategic initiatives.


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Broncos’ Brandon Marshall to be honored by Harvard for stance against social injustice

Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall will receive the 2017 Courage Award from the Harvard Graduate School of Education's Alumni of Color for his stance against social justice, his discussions with the Denver Police Department about its use-of-force policy and his ongoing work in the local community.


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Coloradans, your relationship with debt is changing

Last year, Colorado residents on average carried 2.5 credit cards with balances on them of $6,018, around 29 percent of the available credit limits, according to a report from Experian.


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Concerns about human waste along Boulder Creek have city officials considering new bathrooms

The problem of human waste left along Boulder Creek in downtown Boulder and in other city parkland is not a new one, but the has seen a rise in citizen complaints in recent months and is mulling ways to attend to the needs of its homeless population.


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