Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
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.
Colorado officials are launching a study of emissions tied to oil and gas development following a hearing by regulators that questions the science needed for making rules.
The Colorado Health Department says there were 87 work-related deaths in 2011, two more than were reported the year before.
State health officials say more than 200 people in Colorado have been hospitalized with the flu so far this year, and two young children’s deaths have been linked to influenza.
Explosives found at a park west of Denver were safely detonated on Friday, with the sound ricocheting around a nearby neighborhood.
State health officials say old military explosives found in a Lakewood park will be destroyed.