Coloradans Sound Off On How VW Settlement $$ Should Be SpentAn auditorium room was packed Monday as people told Colorado officials how they feel millions of dollars from VW should be spent.
First Colorado West Nile Virus Death Recorded For 2017West Nile Virus has claimed the life of one person living in Fort Collins.
Hepatitis A Cases Increasing In ColoradoHealth officials say the number of Hepatitis A cases in Colorado this year is more than double the total for a typical year.
Officials Remind Coloradans About West Nile VirusColorado is entering the prime season for West Nile Virus, and health officials are sending out a warning.
Woman Tracking Epilepsy Possibly Caused By Rocky Flats ChemicalsA grass-roots community survey is finding a higher number of people with epilepsy than normal congregated in the northwest part of Denver.
Former Rocky Flats Neighbors Share Health Horror StoriesA group wants to see if there are clusters of sick people from when the Rocky Flats nuclear plant was operating and even now as more people move in.
Refuge Would Allow Visitors On Rocky Flats Site, But 'Donut Hole' To Remain RestrictedFederal officials plan to open the Rocky Flats Wildlife Refuge to visitors in 2018, but a large area in the middle will remain off limits.
Confidentiality Agreements Broken In Attempt To Warn About Rocky FlatsSome people involved in the multi-billion dollar cleanup of Rocky Flats tell CBS4 it was not as effective as it should have been, and that dangers lurk beneath the soil.
Colorado's Medically Assisted Suicide Law Quietly UnderwayColorado's medically assisted suicide law is quietly underway.
Colorado's First West Nile Virus Case Report This SeasonThe first case of West Nile Virus in Colorado in 2017 has been reported.
Colorado Oil And Gas: 'We've Made Steady Improvements'Colorado's oil and gas companies are trumpeting their actions to reduce ozone levels in the state.
Oil Company Says It's Trying To Meet Clean-Air RegulationsAn energy company accused of air pollution violations in Colorado says it's trying to comply with government regulations and is disappointed that state and federal agencies went to court seeking fines.