Anna Perks is on a mission to change the way we think about the construction industry, both in terms of gender norms and demolition waste.
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There are still many unknowns about how COVID-19 will impact us long-term. Evidence suggests future generations may live with the trauma.
Sandra Lin provides a safe and welcoming place for the disabled and LGBTQ+ communities to get tattooed at her Lakewood shop Disruptive Ink.
The women behind Lady Justice Brewing Company are paving the way for future women in the industry and giving back to their community.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had profound effects on the foster care system in Denver, which has become overwhelmed and underfunded.
Colorado doctors, feeling alone and anxious, look to strangers for support in the fight against COVID-19
Colorado doctors on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19 are receiving help and support from strangers through Project Lift.
Colorado ranks among the lowest states for mental health, which has been further exacerbated by the pandemic and holiday season.
Naquetta Ricks has kept a diary for decades. Now she’s writing history as the first African immigrant elected to the Colorado state House.
Colorado elected a record number of women to the state House, among them the first Muslim-Arab woman
Iman Jodeh is the first Muslim-Arab woman elected to the state legislature. Colorado also sent a record number of women to the State House in 2020.
Colorado Mom says the Affordable Care Act saved her life, now coverage could be stripped from millions
Jessie Bauer lost healthcare coverage after her divorce amidst her cancer diagnosis. Millions like her could lose coverage thanks to the Supreme Court.