Colorado

6:00am

Mon May 12, 2014
Colorado Wonders

Get A Drone's-Eye View Of Colorado's Front Range

Screencap from the video, showing the view from above over Speer Blvd. in Denver. Downtown skyscrapers loom to the right of the frame.
Metro Denver EDC

5:00am

Mon May 12, 2014
Health

Untreated Mental Health A Factor Behind Health Care 'Superutilizers'

Christina Jackson looks out the front door of her home in Aurora, Colo., April 16, 2014. Jackson says her grief and depression after the death of her sister preceded a flood of medical problems.
Joe Mahoney Rocky Mountain PBS I-News

Call them frequent flyers. Or superutilizers. Or loyal customers.

In hospitals across the country, they’re known to doctors and nurses as the people who come back time and again for care.

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12:30pm

Sat May 10, 2014
Transportation

MAX Bus Rapid Transit Launches In Fort Collins

Fort Collins Mayor Karen Weitkunat addresses the crowd at the South Transit Center.
Grace Hood KUNC

9:16am

Sat May 10, 2014
Design

Photos From The Union Station Transit Center Opening

There are several vantage points from which to spy the existing Union Station facade through newly constructed skylights, window openings and the above around pavilions. This view from tracks 5 and 7.
Carrie Saldo

Union Station was the home Friday for a day-long ceremonial opening, replete with everything you'd expect as Denver celebrated its future transit hub. The day was marked by a ribbon cutting, official speeches, music, games, and - of course - a beer garden.

The design of Denver's new Union Station Transit Center shines light on the daily commute.

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8:44am

Sat May 10, 2014
Environment

Oil And Gas Methane Emissions Triple Previous Estimates

A drilling rig and associated equipment near a neighborhood in Weld County, Colorado, just south of Dacono.
Credit David Oonk / CIRES

As new restrictions on methane emissions for Colorado’s Oil and Gas Industry begin, a collaborative study by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the University of Colorado and the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Studies reveals those emissions are three times as high than originally thought.

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