Intersections between mental illness and crime have been prominent in the news lately. Law enforcement officers and high school students are among those who’ve been killed by perpetrators with a history of mental illness.
Many emergency responders do not have the opportunity to get advanced pediatric training. Now, a new mobile medical training unit is bringing hands-on pediatric training to healthcare providers in rural and urban settings.
Watching the 2018 Winter Olympics from PyeongChang has been an exciting experience for many Denverites. Now many are pondering what it would be like for Denver to host its own Winter Games in 2030.
A standing-room-only crowd filled the sanctuary at Park Hill United Congregational Church on Saturday afternoon March 10.
On March 14, students across the country walked out of their schools to protest the deadly school shootings that have taken the lives of so many U.S. schoolchildren.
The 60” x 52 x 53” tan metal boxes are power storage batteries that are part of a pilot project being conducted by Xcel Energy.
When I walked through the front door of the National Ballpark Museum I was instantly transported to the days when I was a 14-year-old baseball fanatic.
“Many of the people who are coming to this exhibition aren’t our regular museum goers. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience,” says Robert Payo, an educator at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
The opioid addiction epidemic gripping the country has dominated the national news cycle in recent years.
On Sept. 28, the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) approved the A Line’s Positive Train Control (PTC) system based on the timing level they have achieved. However, the system still has to be approved by the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC), which last fall rejected RTD’s request for approval.