How the Only All-Black Team in College Swimming Became the Sport's Hottest Ticket.
“I thought Johnny’s guns might get him killed, and Johnny was certain his guns were going to save people. In the end, I guess we were both right.”
When military police shot and killed a 24-year-old Denver soldier near his Army base in Texas in 1942, his family and friends suspected the military hid the true details. Eighty years later, this is the real story.
How history forgot Felipe and Vivián Espinosa, two of the American West’s most brutal killers — and the complicated story behind their murderous rampage.
In summer 2020, the nation's attention turned to the killing of a 23-year-old Aurora man. His death prompted a flood of more than 8,500 letters from outside the state of Colorado — all begging Governor Jared Polis for justice. We read every one.
The trans swimmer dividing America tells her story.
Life, loss, fear, and hope in one Denver homeless encampment.
At night, pitching ace Max Scherzer doesn't stay so mentally vigilant. If only for a second, he tricks himself into thinking his brother is there, has a phone in his hands, is ready to talk one more time.
The inside story of the Ute Mountain Ute tribe’s race to protect its sovereign nation from Covid — and how the pandemic transformed this southwestern Colorado reservation forever.
Although Richard Heene, the so-called Balloon Boy’s father, pleaded guilty to charges related to the prank, it was never fully clear whether it was the scam that police made it out to be. For the first time, we reveal the true story.
Several long-serving members of NecroSearch, the world’s preeminent group for locating and retrieving missing bodies, are nearing retirement age. What happens to the organization once they’re gone?
The Paralympics are hugely inspirational — and, increasingly, big business. With more money at stake, more athletes are finding ways to cheat the system to win. Legendary U.S. swimmer Jessica Long says it’s time to fight back.
Stories of perseverance following a devastating Colorado wildfire.
How a high school beset by unspeakable violence and grief has redefined itself over the past two decades.
In 1992, engineers completed construction on the Glenwood Canyon stretch of Colorado’s most important east-west interstate. Today, climate change threatens that critical section of Interstate 70 — and anyone who travels it.
For decades, Crowley County's farmers sold off their water, gallon by gallon. No one could have anticipated what would happen next.
"The photographer asked me what I wanted to do, expecting I'd do one of the basic poses. I thought about it for a second, and then it came to me: 'I want it to look like a comebacker hit me in the nuts.'"
When a nine-year-old Denver boy died by suicide, the tragedy gained national attention. In the immediate aftermath, however, the full story wasn't told. Why did this exuberant and loving young child die? And did the institutions that were supposed to help and support Jamel Myles and his family let them down?