Colorado Aims To Reduce Diabetes, Costs For Medicaid ClientsColorado health officials are launching a diabetes prevention campaign for people covered by Medicaid, a state and federal health care program for low-income residents.
Oil-Gas Panel Suggests Consulting Role For Local GovernmentA Colorado task force is recommending that local governments be given a consulting role on some decisions about the location of large oil and gas facilities.
Small Colorado Communities Get Grants For Water, Wastewater ProjectsThe state has awarded $9.5 million in grants for 15 drinking water and wastewater systems in small communities.
More Human Plague Cases Surface In ColoradoThree more people have become ill from the plague in Colorado.
State Says Colorado Doing Better On Infection RatesState officials say Colorado health-care facilities are doing better in meeting national standards for infection rates.
Flu Hitting Colorado Harder Than Last Year 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.
Dozens Already Hospitalized With The Flu In ColoradoThe flu is hitting Colorado with dozens of people hospitalized, and now one death has been reported.
ACLU: Durango Hospital Illegally Bans Abortion DiscussionThe American Civil Liberties Union accused a Durango hospital Wednesday of illegally telling doctors they cannot discuss abortion with a patient, even if pregnancy threatens her life.
Audit: Oversight Of Colorado Medical Pot LaxAuditors say a dozen physicians have issued half of the medical marijuana recommendations in Colorado and that the state is not providing enough oversight so only qualified individuals get referrals to use the drug.
Stomach Ailment Outbreaks Are Widespread In ColoradoColorado health officials are reporting nearly twice as many outbreaks of a gastrointestinal illness as normal for this time of year.
Newer Vehicles Can Skip Emissions Testing In 2015Most newer vehicles in Colorado will no longer have to submit to any type of emissions testing for at least seven years.
Curtailing Emissions Tests Could Save MillionsA Colorado auditor's report suggests that curtailing the emissions testing could save motorists nearly $30 million a year.