Pregnancy discrimination is a growing problem in the American workplace and several women in Colorado believe they were victims.
The state’s department of public health has designated Denver Health, Children’s Hospital and University Hospital as the three facilities that would care for an Ebola patient, should one be diagnosed in Colorado.
A church in Aurora is once again collecting supplies to help protect against the Ebola virus in West Africa, and the mission is personal for many members of the congregation.
Health officials on Tuesday confirmed the first diagnosed case of the Ebola virus in the U.S., and Colorado hospitals say they’re ready if get a case comes to the state.
Two men were injured when they were struck by lightning after they took cover under a tree while waiting for a bus.
The number of hash explosions in Colorado have skyrocketed in Colorado since the sale of recreational marijuana was legalized on Jan. 1, according to a CBS4 investigation.
Keeping Civic Center Park safe this weekend is a high priority for law enforcement after the celebration was cut short when shots rang out last year.
A college student who jumped to his death from a hotel balcony ate more than six times the recommended amount of a marijuana cookie.
The Red Cross is celebrating after reaching its goal of installing 1,000 defibrillators in Denver.
Emergency room doctors in the Denver metro area are cracking down on how they disperse prescription painkillers.