Ninety-six farms and stables are now under quarantine due to a virus affecting horses and cows in Colorado.
It appears a lack of communication allowed the sick Ebola patient to be released back into the community. The CDC now believes at least 12-18 people, including children, may have been exposed. Now the Agency must track down all possible contacts and monitor them, and isolate them if they become ill. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida explains the medical detective work that must now take place, as well as the legal authority health officials have to contain the spread of the virus.
A man released from the hospital after being attacked by a dog in Longmont is hoping the animal gets euthanized.
Officials battling the spread of a destructive beetle in Boulder County have quarantined firewood and ash.
The Denver Zoo has released two new wolves that have been in quarantine.
Colorado agriculture officials have released all quarantine and hold orders associated with a horse that tested positive for a potentially fatal virus.
The Colorado Department of Agriculture has canceled a quarantine placed on a Douglas County ranch after a horse was found with a potentially fatal horse virus.
The first case of equine herpes has surfaced in Colorado. A horse boarded at a stable in Iowa was recently transferred to a stable in Franktown.