Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Colorado health officials say there is no public health danger from chemicals leaking into groundwater in Parachute but dozens of people had questions about the incident.
After a lengthy and contentious approval process, the state has granted a license for construction to begin on the first new uranium mill in the U.S. in more than 30 years.
A new study shows a growing number of parents with safety concerns are not letting their children get the vaccine that prevents cervical cancer. Experts call that worrying and puzzling.
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced a recall of Kameda Brand Rice Cracker “Kotsubukko” snack food.
A snowy March so far has kept the state’s fleet of snowplow drivers busy. And after an accident early on Monday in which a car crashed into a snowplow, plow drivers are reminding drivers to be extra careful when they are near.
The Amendment 64 Task Force is making recommendations to the state about how to implement recreational marijuana.
Fort Carson fire crews are preparing to burn piles of tree limbs produced by forest thinning.
Get a series of free health screenings at the American Diabetes Association Expo. Those who are found to be pre-diabetic can help get help finding a diabetes prevention class to attend. The free event is this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Colorado Convention Center.
This Saturday there will be free “pre-diabetes” screenings at the Diabetes Expo at the Colorado Convention Center.
Two more children have died from flu in Colorado, bringing the total this season to four pediatric deaths.