Bill To Require Registration Of Unvaccinated Children With State FailsThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment admits it sent inaccurate letters to parents across the state regarding children who aren't vaccinated as a bill to require registration fails in the state Capitol.
Seattle Hospital Urges Patient Testing After Former Surgical Tech ChargedA Seattle hospital has urged more than 1,300 patients to get tested for hepatitis and HIV after a former surgery technician was charged with stealing and swapping syringes in Colorado.
Colorado May Set Up Vaccine Database To Track KidsA new Colorado database tracking kids who have not been vaccinated moved ahead in the state Legislature Thursday.
Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Swedish Medical Center After Surgical Tech FiredA class action lawsuit has been filed against Swedish Medical Center after thousands of patients were put at risk for bloodborne pathogens.
First Cases Of Zika Virus Detected In ColoradoThe Zika virus has arrived in Colorado. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has confirmed two Colorado cases of the mosquito-borne virus.
Swedish Surgical Technician Court-Martialed For Stealing Pain KillerThe former surgical technician accused of putting thousands of patients at risk has admitted to stealing pain killers before.
Study: Tourist Pot Complaints Up At Colorado Emergency RoomsColorado's tourists aren't just buying weed now that it's legal - they're ending up in emergency rooms at rates far higher than residents, according to a new study.
More Swedish Hospital Patients Test Positive For Bloodborne PathogensThere are more reports of tests coming back positive from Swedish Medical Center patients. The hospital suggested nearly 3,000 former patients get tested for HIV and hepatitis B and C after former surgical technician Rocky Allen was fired.
Green Mountain Homeowners Warned About Munitions Left Over From WWIIHomeowners on the north slope of Green Mountain are being warned that their properties may contain munitions leftover from pre- World War II artillery practice.
Cigarette Sales Increase By More Than A Million Packs From 2014 To 2015 In ColoradoCigarette sales in Colorado have increased for the first time in nearly a decade. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reports more than a million additional packs were sold in 2015 over 2014.
Colorado Bureau Of Investigation Admits Dozens Of Faulty DUI Blood TestsResponding to a CBS4 investigation, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation has acknowledged at least 56 of the DUI blood tests it conducted in the last six months were incorrect.
Air Quality Action Day Issued In Metro AreaAir pollution on Monday and Tuesday has prompted the Department of Public Health and Environment to issue an air quality action day for the Denver-Boulder metro area.