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Denver Post
12/13/2017

Denver plants that are supposed to be brown, scraggly and dead this time of year are instead green, flourishing and alive. From dandelions and pansies to trees and lawns, plants are popping up, budding and thriving, clearly feeling confused about wh
Denver Post
12/13/2017

Living within a half mile of a hydraulic fracturing site carries a serious risk for pregnant women, a new study says. The drilling technique, also known as fracking, injects high pressure water laced with chemicals into underground rock to release n
Denver Post
12/12/2017

Last week, scientists were pulling together the latest data for NOAA’s monthly report on the climate when they noticed something strange: One of their key climate monitoring stations had fallen off the map. All of the data for Barrow, Alaska &
Denver Post
12/12/2017

PARIS — The global climate summit in Paris was designed to bypass Donald Trump, but the U.S. president ended up playing a starring role. Trump became the unwitting villain as world leaders, investors and other Americans assailed him Tuesday fo
Denver Post
12/12/2017

Michael Hancock looks at the city he has led for more than six years and sees a thriving Denver that has rebounded from the Great Recession, gained national cachet as a millennial magnet and tackled, as best as it can, the challenges that come with
Denver Post
12/11/2017

Now is a nice time to have a piece of the Chargers offense. Philip Rivers has a host of tasty options, Keenan Allen is doing nothing but racking up 100-yard games, Hunter Henry has firmly put Antonio Gates in his rearview mirror and Melvin Gordon, w
Denver Post
12/9/2017

The world’s tragedies often have images that end up defining them: A five-year old screaming in Iraq after her parents were killed by U.S. soldiers. A starving child being stalked by a vulture during a ruthless famine in Sudan. A video release
Denver Post
12/8/2017

The Pikes Peak Community Foundation has terminated the staff at Venetucci Farm in Security, citing the loss of revenue that for decades funded the educational working farm. The foundation had little choice, said special projects manager Sam Clark. T
Denver Post
12/8/2017

A hunting guide accused of shooting at turkey hunters near Kersey and yelling racial slurs at them pleaded not guilty to two counts of felony menacing on Thursday and will stand trial next spring. Jim Arnold According to the arrest affidavit, Kevin
Denver Post
12/7/2017

Imagine you are a narwhal. You are cruising through chilly Arctic water when you sense a threat. Most animals, when alarmed, either lash out at their attacker or flee. You, narwhal – the unicorn of the sea – aren’t most animals. Yo

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