• shooting Mar 23

    10 Killed in Colorado Supermarket Shooting

    One of the victims was a police officer. Police responded to a shooting at a King Soopers grocery store in Boulder, Colo., on Monday. The suspect, a 21-year-old male, is in custody.

  • Tad Boyle Mar 23

    Colorado Coach Tad Boyle Bemoans Shooting in Boulder

    Colorado coach Tad Boyle called Monday’s shooting in Boulder, Colorado, a “senseless act of violence” and offered condolences to families affected after his Buffaloes lost to Florida State in a second-round NCAA Tournament game.

  • United States Jan 6, 2019

    Latino Families Keeping Three Kings Day Tradition Alive

    Ernesto Acevedo-Muñoz still remembers the excitement of being a child in Puerto Rico, anticipating the arrival of the Three Kings on Jan. 6th. “We’d pick up grass for the camels to eat in exchange for gifts,” Acevedo-Muñoz, now a professor in University of Colorado-Boulder’s Department of Cinematic Studies and Moving Image Arts, said. “Then we’d put in a box and...

  • The Associated Press Nov 5, 2018

    Earth's Ozone Layer Is Healing, UN Report Says

    Earth’s protective ozone layer is finally healing from damage caused by aerosol sprays and coolants, a new United Nations report said. The ozone layer had been thinning since the late 1970s. Scientist raised the alarm and ozone-depleting chemicals were phased out worldwide. As a result, the upper ozone layer above the Northern Hemisphere should be completely repaired in the 2030s...

  • NBC News Aug 9, 2018

    Terraforming Mars Is Impossible With Today's Technology, Study Says

    Before humans can colonize Mars, we’ll need to figure out a way to make it a bit more hospitable. But a new study suggests that “terraforming” Mars into an Earthlike planet simply isn’t possible with today’s technology, NBC News reported. The study, published July 30 in the journal Nature Astronomy, seems to throw cold water on those fictional terraforming schemes...

  • NBC Jul 25, 2018

    Parasite Found in Cat Poop May Help Us Overcome Fear of Failure: Researchers

    A parasite that makes rodents unafraid of cats could be giving people the courage to become entrepreneurs, researchers told NBC News. People infected with Toxoplasma gondii were more likely to have majored in business and started their own business, according to a new paper published by University of Colorado management professor Stefanie Johnson and colleagues in the Proceedings of the...

  • Colorado Sep 11, 2017

    Son of Ex-Fox News Host Eric Bolling Dies in Colorado

    The son of former Fox News host Eric Bolling has died, just hours after Fox announced that Bolling was leaving the network. Bolling said in a tweet on Saturday that he and his wife, Adrienne, were devastated by the loss of their son, Eric Chase Bolling. A sophomore at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Eric Chase Bolling died Friday...

  • Donald Trump Jul 13, 2017

    Massive Iceberg Breaks From Antarctic Ice Shelf: Scientists

    A huge iceberg the size of a Great Lake, one of the largest ever, split from an ice shelf in Antarctica sometime since Monday, according to researchers tracking its progress. The iceberg weighs more than a trillion tonnes, is larger than Rhode Island and contains twice the volume of Lake Erie, according to scientists with Project MIDAS, a British research...

  • Donald Trump Jun 1, 2017

    Antarctic Shelf Close to Calving Massive Iceberg: Scientists

    Scientists say a crack along a key floating ice shelf in Antarctica indicates that a vast iceberg is close to breaking off, NBC News reported. The process, known as calving, happens periodically but researchers are watching closely to see if climate change is affecting the phenomenon. Scientists at the University of Swansea in Britain said Thursday the rift in the...

  • Donald Trump Mar 20, 2017

    Gorsuch Told Class ‘Many' Women Manipulate Maternity Leave: Student

    A former law student of President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee alleges that Neil Gorsuch told a class that “many” women manipulate their employers for maternity benefits and that law firms should ask female interviewees about their pregnancy plans in order to protect their companies, NBC News reported. Jennifer Sisk, a 2016 graduate of the University of Colorado Law School,...

  • Colorado May 26, 2015

    High Altitude May Boost Risk for SIDS

    Lofty living may make babies vulnerable to sudden infant death syndrome, according to a Colorado study that found higher risks above 8,000 feet (2,400 meters).

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