Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Coinciding with Distracted Driving Awareness Month, the Colorado Teen Driving Alliance (CTDA) is reminding parents of their important role urging their teens to drive safely.
Retail pot sales are booming in Colorado but not everyone knows what the laws are surrounding legalized marijuana. Now there’s a website dedicated to answering your questions.
People with unused prescription medications will be encouraged to dispose them at approved locations under a bill that passed the Colorado House.
The Colorado Department of Transportation had to close roads in southeast Colorado due to low visibility caused by a dust storm that’s been blamed for accidents.
State health officials approved a sweeping plan Sunday to reduce air pollution from oil and gas drilling, including the nation’s first statewide limit on methane emissions.
State health officials say flu-related hospitalizations peaked in early January but new cases are still being reported.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says the number of hospitalizations because of the flu this season so far is in the hundreds.
A federal report was released Thursday on the synthetic drug that likely made more than 200 people sick.
The decision to vaccinate a child is a personal one, but in New York City the health board recently passed a mandatory flu shot plan for some children under six.
The city of Lafayette has lifted a boil water notice for a portion of the Indian Peaks Subdivision after a water sample tested positive for E. coli.