“The pain was excruciating. I went into shock. There were only two other people at the school—a custodian and a first-grade teacher—they came to my rescue.” An ambulance brought Snyder to the Emergency Department at UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital, where doctors diagnosed her with an unstable ankle and a fractured fibula (outer calf bone).
With self-deprecating names like “Pickpocket,” “Knockoff,” and “Label Envy,” Integrated Beverage Group’s Replica wines wink at consumers who seek both good taste and value in a bottle.
University of Colorado researchers have had “unbelievable” results in a clinical trial for a type of leukemia, with 80% to 90% of patients going into complete remission.
Denver Discovery School (DDS) 7th and 8th graders placed second in the state in the 16th annual eCYBERMISSION competition.
Scientists and supporters around the country and in Colorado are gearing up for a second March for Science on April 14, following the event last year that drew 20,000 participants to Civic Center Park.
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Cell towers began popping up across the landscape in the mid-’90s. Now, as wireless communications continue to evolve, “small cell” installations will proliferate on city streets. The cause? Massive increases in mobile data demands and the need to densify networks. Verizon representatives say industry projections are for a fivefold increase in data demand by 2021.
Denver School of the Arts. Montview and Quebec. Tickets/complete listings: www.dsapresents.org, www.dsa.dpsk12.org/performances
Pilot Marlon Green broke racial barriers when he won a Supreme Court case banning racial discrimination in airline hiring practices. Green started his career with Continental Airlines at Stapleton International Airport in 1965.
“Bison are an important part of plains ecology,” says Dave Lucas, manager at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge—and the public has great opportunities to visit the wildlife refuge and see these huge animals. The 15,000-acre refuge is also home to the world’s only indoor/outdoor black-footed ferret exhibit, enabling visitors to see the endangered species that now helps control the prairie dog population at the refuge.