Lawmakers Consider Whether Home Inspectors Should Be RegisteredColorado lawmakers will discuss this week whether home inspectors should have to be registered.
Community Meeting Held Over Opioid Crisis Occurring In ColoradoThe Department of Regulatory Agencies' (DORA) Division of Professions and Occupations (DPO) hosted a community meeting Tuesday morning concerning the the prescription drug abuse problem.
Massage Therapist Accused Of Sexual Assaults Once Confessed To RapeA massage therapist is now facing criminal charges after two clients say he sexually assaulted them.
Proper Service Planned After Remains Found In Funeral Home BasementForty-four years ago the Oyler family, grieving after the loss of their patriarch, turned over his cremated remains to a funeral home in Montrose with specific instructions. But that never happened. Instead, his remains turned up in the basement, forgotten.
Husband Feels Betrayed By Mortuary: 'I Don't Know Where She Is'A husband and wife, married more than five decades, planned for what would happen when one of them passed. But Gerald Weber feels betrayed by what happened after his wife, Betty, died.
Colorado Nail Salon Owner Says Cosmetology Board 'Needs To Get More Involved'A Colorado nail salon owner says she's not surprised by a New York Times investigation finding workers at nail salons suffering from miscarriages, cancer and breathing problems after working around chemicals.
State To Debate Role Of Medical Pot In 2015Just as Colorado is settling in for a second year of recreational marijuana sales, state lawmakers have some big decisions to make about its older cousin, the medical marijuana market.
Colorado Agency Clears Udall In Insurance DustupThe head of a Colorado agency that oversees the insurance business is backing off from an employee's claims that Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Udall pressured its employees on reports of health insurance cancellations.
Colorado Woman Who Championed Obamacare Loses Insurance PlanPresident Barack Obama is apologizing to Americans who are losing their current health insurance plans. Millions of people are getting cancellation notices, including about 250,000 Coloradans.
Colorado's Canceled Health Insurance Count Tops 200,000More than 100,000 Coloradans are losing their health insurance because of the federal overhaul. That's according to the state Division of Insurance in a count of lives on health plans canceled by 23 carriers in the wake of new requirements.
Bus Driver Accused Of DUI Admitted To Past Substance Abuse ProblemAn Adams County school bus driver arrested for allegedly driving under the influence over the weekend may have had a troubled past.
New Bills In Colorado Aim To Reign In Powerful HOAsOn Wednesday Republicans and Democrats at the state Capitol joined forces to announce a package of bills that they say will protect consumers from their HOAs.