Volkswagen Emissions Scandal Results In $68.7M Settlement For ColoradoThe state of Colorado expects to receive $68.7 million in settlement funds following resolution of the Volkswagen emissions scandal.
West Nile Mosquitoes Found Along Front RangeMosquitoes infected with West Nile Virus have been found in Larimer County.
2 Dogs With Rabies Confirmed In ColoradoTwo pet dogs have tested positive for rabies in Colorado, the first cases among dogs since 2003.
Rules, Policy Discussed For End-Of-Life OptionThe State Department of Health and Environment wrapped up a session to set policy for Colorado's Right-to-Die law on Wednesday afternoon. Leaders drafted and approved rules for doctors prescribing end-of-life drugs.
Warning Of Possible Measles Exposure In Denver-Boulder AreaThousands of people in the Denver metro area could have been exposed to measles over eight days last month in what's being called a "wide variety of locations in the Denver-Boulder area."
Study: No Higher Cancer Rates Among Former Rocky Flats ResidentsA study into cancer rates for people living around the former Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant shows that more people did suffer from certain cancers than the rest of the Denver metro area, but the reason may not be linked to the plant.
HIV-Positive Surgery Tech Set To Be Sentenced In Painkiller Theft CaseA former hospital surgery technician convicted of stealing painkiller syringes in Colorado and possibly exposing patients to HIV is scheduled to be sentenced.
Air Quality Update From CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave HnidaThe air from wildfires in our state is not as bad as it has been in times past, but nonetheless, there are some precautions that some people should take. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida has some good advice.
Water Treatment Plant Worker With Cancer Calls Health Department Letter 'Smoking Gun'Neighbors near the Charles Allen Water Filtration Plant in Englewood are telling city officials they are concerned that three workers there have died of cancer.
HIV-Positive Surgery Tech Pleads Guilty In Painkiller TheftA former hospital surgery technician accused of stealing painkiller syringes in Colorado, possibly exposing patients to HIV, pleaded guilty on Tuesday afternoon.
Woman Demands Bottled Water After Chemicals Detected In WaterA woman living in the town of Security has started a petition to demand free bottled water.
Water Treatment Plant Workers Concerned Sludge Is Causing CancerIs it a deadly coincidence or something more? Workers at the Englewood drinking water treatment facility are concerned that so many of its people have developed cancer.