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Share Your Photos for Colorado Springs' 'Then and Now Challenge'

To celebrate its 150th anniversary, the City of Colorado Springs is asking the public to share past and present photos.

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CPW Asks Citizens to Leave Wildlife Youn...

Helping young wildlife (and really all wildlife) means "hands off."

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More Realtors Than Houses for Sale in Co...

The real estate market is not on the side of Colorado buyers at the moment. The inventory is so low, more realtors are working actively in Colorado than homes for sale.

Real Estate
Red Rocks Amphitheater Brings Back Yoga on the Rocks for Summer 2...

If you are a yoga expert, or you are looking to get into it, then Yoga on the Rocks might be ideal for you. Red Rocks Amphitheatre is bringing back yoga for June and July.

Events
Are You Brave Enough for This Horror Bar...

The new "Horror Bar" on Colfax features weekly horror film screenings and scary good craft cocktails.

Restaurants
Greeley Stampede to Make Its Grand Retur...

It's back. The Greeley Stampede will return in 2021, and we can't wait! The festival was canceled last year due to the pandemic. So, this year will mark as the 99th Greeley Stampede!

Events
Update: Frederick Police Department Chooses Name for New K-9

The Frederick Police Department asked for the public's help last month naming its new K-9, a 15-month-old Belgian Malinois-German Shepherd crossbreed. The department received 614 name suggestions from the community.

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Denver Zoo Ranks as One of the Best and ...

The Denver Zoo is one of the city's greatest attractions, and it's getting some much-deserved recognition! "Travel + Leisure" has ranked the Denver Zoo as one of the best and most ethical in the entire country.

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Thousands of Hummingbirds Set to Visit C...

The beautiful, busy little birds will be fluttering into Colorado by mid-April.

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12 Fabulous Things to Do in Denver This Weekend (April 16–18)

Free coffee, movies, and some Colorado Rockies Baseball are heading your way! All this and more this weekend in Denver, April 16–18.

Events
Second Bald Eagle Egg Unlikely to Hatch ...

Standley Lake park officials say the egg might not be viable. Fans who would check the live Standley Lake Eagle Cam were hoping to see the little eaglet over the rim of the eagle's nest.

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Denver Lifts Outdoor Mask Order

On Wednesday, April 14, the City and County of Denver announced changes to its COVID-19 restrictions. The changes will see the outdoor mask order lifted and capacity limits for businesses loosened, starting this Friday.

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State Articles
Take a Hidden Gem Hike to Colorado's Onl...

Colorado's Geyser Spring isn't Old Faithful, but it does erupt (more of a boil) gently every 30 to 40 minutes and is located along a beautiful, fairly easy high-country trail that won't disappoint.

Attractions
It's Nearly Mushroom Foraging Season in Colorado

Mushroom foraging is a big activity in Colorado during the spring and summer, and for good reason. Here are some tips before you go foraging.

Home & Garden
Our Coloradans Then: Elliot and Ruth Han...

The Handlers were co-founders of Mattel, creating and marketing Barbie, Hot Wheels, and other instantly classic, best-selling toys on the market.

Local Culture
Denver's Great American Beer Festival Sk...

The national passport program will give beer lovers a chance to enjoy beer-related events again this fall as organizers look forward to bringing back an in-person event in 2022.

Events
12 Weird Laws in Colorado That You've Likely Broken ...

We all know that Colorado is an amazing place to live. Between our gorgeous mountains and picturesque views, there's truly nothing about our state that makes us want to live anywhere else.

Local Culture
Rocky Mountain National Park to Implemen...

System will go into place for the summer and fall season, May 28 to October 11, 2021.

Attractions
Colorado Pint Day: Full List of Particip...

Colorado Pint Day is back! Happening Wednesday, April 7, the annual event will see a record-breaking number of locations that will be participating—more than 150 breweries!

Events
Colorado 2021 Opening Dates: Theme Parks, Arenas, and More!

With summer on the horizon, and more Coloradans become eligible to receive a vaccine, local businesses, theme parks, and arenas are easing up on restrictions and reopening. We've put together this list of what's opening in Colorado and when.

Attractions
Colorado Country Jam Lineup Announced: L...

Country Jam Colorado, the state's largest country music festival, announced the lineup for its 2021 event scheduled for June 24–26 near Grand Junction. Ticket pre-sale beings March 31!

Events
All Coloradans 16+ Will Be Eligible for ...

In a press conference on Monday morning, Governor Polis announced that he is opening up vaccinations for COVID-19 to anyone in the state over 16 beginning Friday, April 2.

Local News
An Open Letter From Columbine Survivor Crystal Woodman Miller

Dear Fellow Survivor ... words fall significantly short, they feel small and trite. However, I felt compelled to at least try to convey some of the comforts I wish were shared with me.

Local News
Most Popular Areas for 'Bigfoot Sighting...

Believe it or not, there are plenty of places in Colorado that have a history with the creature known as Bigfoot. These are some of the most famous spots in Colorado for Bigfoot sightings.

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National Articles
VIDEO: Breathtaking Footage Shows Massiv...

"You're gonna need a bigger boat." In a video posted on Twitter, a massive whale can be seen just surfacing the top of the water ... right next to a boat!

World
Vaccinated? You Can Get Free Budweiser

Anheuser-Busch is offering free Budweisers to anyone over 21 who can provide proof of vaccination.

National News
In My Late 40s and Dating: The DOs and DON'Ts to Online Dating

I ripped the Band-Aid® off 2 years ago when I "unhid" my online dating profile, and since then, my life has never been quite the same. Here are some things I've learned so far.

Local Culture
Most Popular Toy the Year You Were Born:...

We've looked far and wide to find the most popular toys of every year, from 1950 to 2009. What was the most popular toy the year YOU were born?

Local Culture
15 Most Popular Idioms and Their Meaning...

An idiom is a phrase whose meaning isn't necessarily obvious from a first glance at the individual words. We've scoured the internet and found 15 of the most-popular idioms in the English language and their meanings.

Local Culture
VIDEO: Squirrel Gets Drunk After Feasting on Pears

While many of us were stuffed last week, this squirrel had some dizzying effects from his feast.

Home & Garden
The First Supermoon of 2021 Is Set to Sh...

It's going to be the biggest and brightest pink supermoon this year! It's also the first of two supermoons to happen in 2021.

Events
4 Best Ways to Compost This Spring

Why should I compost? Well, the answer is simple—it's beneficial for the environment, it reduces waste, it improves soil health, it conserves resources, and it's rewarding!

Home & Garden
Starbucks Is Celebrating Earth Month By Offering Freebies & Disco...

April is Earth Month, and Starbucks is celebrating by giving you the chance to win freebies and discounts. Similar to its Starbucks for Life game, this game combines instant-win but with puzzles, for an added twist.

Products & Promotions
VIDEO: Research Finds Snakes Can Climb T...

Colorado State University (CSU) researchers were examining the use of baffles (often a long deterrent, sometimes in a shape of a stovepipe, a cone, and more) to protect the nests of Micronesia starlings on Guam when they noticed snakes hitching their way up trees in a unique way.

World
Dozens of Recipes for When You're Stuck ...

Cooking and eating at home can get boring fast when you're stuck at home. We've compiled some of our favorite recipes over the past year to help you stay well-fed, happy, and healthy. Let's get started!

Recipes
'Demonic' Dog Put Up for Adoption in Brutally Honest Facebook Pos...

New Jersey woman puts New Jersey chihuahua up for adoption on Facebook because he drives her crazy. Woman says chihuahua hates animals, men, and children and compares him to a gremlin.

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