"The world is waking up and we are the change. And change is coming whether you like it or not," Thunberg said at a rally in Denver.
The two employees, identified as William Thomas and Marisha Sporer, are no longer employed by Republic Airways, a spokesman for the airline confirmed.
After asking a state court to declare that she could not be sanctioned for attempting to help her patient end his life, Dr. Barbara Morris was dismissed from her position.
The shocking scene unfolded on Thursday morning in Estes Park, which is the base camp for the wildlife-filled Rocky Mountain National Park.
CSU President Joyce McConnell said the students did not violate any school policies for sharing information through their own social media accounts.
Lindsay Agbalokwu thought she was just having false labor but, "in the classroom, the pain went from zero to 100."
"It feels like as a whole, America doesn't care about our school children, which I don't even have words for how awful that is," said one teacher in Jefferson County, home to Columbine High School.
10-year-old male tarantulas will be soon looking for mates in Colorado.
These initiatives do not include cases where the woman's life is at risk.
A Scottish man who faked his own death off the coast of California to avoid 24 rape charges back in the UK has been arrested in Colorado Springs, authorities said Friday.
Pitkin County Sheriff Joe DiSalvo said he was "not through asking yet" for the money, which he believes should be paid by Pence's fundraiser organizer.
"[The bear] busted through like 'The Shining,' which is ironic because the Stanley Hotel is like 20 minutes up the road," the store manager Nikko Garza told local media.
A private Aspen, Colorado club owned by two gay men is set to host a $35,000-per-couple fundraising event for Vice President Mike Pence Monday evening.
"This may be something people may want to consider in the decisions they are making," Lisa McKenzie, senior author of the study, said.
Ken Hardcastle, 31, used the nickname "Colorado Batman" on one dating profile. He was detained after investigators alleged he used social media to solicit sexual encounters with children.
Outside an ICE detention center in Aurora, Colorado, hundreds of protestors gathered during a demonstration, that resulted in a U.S. flag being brought down off the flag pole, and a Mexican flag raised in its place.
In places where marijuana is legal, veterinarians have seen a number of dogs coming in with THC toxicity from eating human feces on hiking trails.
Trevor Martineau, a guard at Buena Vista Correctional Facility, allegedly crammed 91.4 grams of meth into the burrito, along with 26.1 grams of heroin, 46 strips of suboxone and six thumb drives.
According to the Boulder County Sheriff's Office, the bear "fled on foot... er, on paws, in an unknown direction."
Longmont's Vance Brand Municipal Airport has had three fatalities this year.
James Ryals, of Colorado, says two prescriptions covering 27 days came to more than $4,500. The hotel's management has said the safety of guests is a "top priority."
"In the morning that is the first thing I do," one member said. "Let some part go, take the middle part, put it in my eyes, put it in my face, and just have some Chai in the morning."
Since legalization, Colorado's retail marijuana sector has grown strongly and is pouring more money than ever into the state's public services. Here's how it's spent.
"It's a huge step, first and foremost for LGBT youth," a co-sponsor of one of the bills said.
Beginning in August 2019, the question about criminal history will also be removed from the Common Application.
"I don't want to die in a plane crash. That's not something I want to do," Dennis Rowe said.
Kendrick Castillo, 18, who rushed at the shooter at Colorado's STEM School Highlands Ranch, saving the lives of other students, will be honored with the procession before his memorial service.
"They don't get what we went through yesterday. They don't get what it's like to have to run for your life," said a student at the Colorado high school where two shooters killed a student and injured nine others.
"She appeared to have died from a self-inflicted wound," Dean Phillips, special agent in charge of the Denver field office of the FBI, confirmed.