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Colorado’s November ballot may include an issue that will set up local control against state authority, but it may set up far greater ramifications for cities in Colorado.
Known for our independence and unpredictability, Colorado voters are becoming a target for national ballot campaigns, and the trend isn’t ebbing anytime soon.
Wes Welker ran onto the field last week with a new–giant– helmet. The question is: does that new design prevent concusiions. And if so, why arent all players wearing them? CBS4 Medical Editor Dr Dave Hnida looks at the “new” helmet.
With cold and flu rampant in Colorado, here’s a warning about using a popular pain and fever reliever — acetaminophen — the active ingredient in Tylenol. But as CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, more than 600 products contain acetaminophen, making it easy to overdose — and suffer liver failure.
GOP State lawmakers made headlines this week with bills that have little to no chance of passing a Democratic legislature. So what’s the strategy of presenting these bills that have a snowball’s chance?
The controversy between Sen. Udall’s staff and the Colorado Division of Insurance is serving as an example of how news surrounding Obamacare is presented will come to define the 2014 election.
No question football is violent, especially when it comes to the head. With 22 guys crashing into each other at full speed, which position is the riskiest? CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida looks at the stats.
The incredible media reaction to the traffic controversy in New Jersey proves that Gov. Chris Christie is a clear frontrunner for the 2016 Presidential election.
Get ready for what may be a rare light show over the skies of Colorado. Thursday night and Friday night the Aurora Borealis will be super charged and should be able to be seen here in the central Rockies.