Warning Of Possible Measles Exposure Across Denver Metro AreaPeople who visited Target, King Soopers or any of five other locations in the south Denver metro area are being warned about possible exposure to measles.
Why We Worry About Measles, And Why You Should Too -- As In NowThere is a child case of measles in the Denver metro area, and that child may have exposed people in public places. Those people are now at risk for a very serious disease. Are you one of those people?
Colorado Expert: Spread Of Zika From Woman To Man Not SurprisingSexually transmitted diseases that spread from men to women also spread from women to men, said Dr. John M. Douglas, Jr.
Pho 75 In Aurora At Center Of Lawsuit After E. Coli OutbreakThe Pho 75 restaurant in Aurora is at the center of a lawsuit after an E. coli outbreak. Four people became seriously ill after eating there.
Diners Who Ate At Pho 75 In Aurora May Be At Risk For E. ColiTri-county health officials need help identifying who ate at Pho 75 on 2050 S. Havana Street.
Rabid Skunk Chases Children In AuroraHealth officials say they have reports of at least two rabid skunks in Aurora and are warning people to beware of the sick animals.
Colorado Man Dies After Contracting HantavirusHealth officials say a southeastern Adams County man has died after contracting hantavirus.
2 People Sick After Using Pool, Hot Tub At Bally's In AuroraAn outbreak of a potentially deadly bacteria has made at least two people sick after using the pool and hot tub at the Bally's gym in Aurora.
Feds Probe Likely Synthetic Pot Outbreak In ColoradoA federal team has arrived in Colorado to help investigate hospital reports that synthetic marijuana is to blame for scores of recent illnesses and possibly three fatalities in Denver and Colorado Springs.
Adams County Man Dies Of West Nile VirusHealth officials say a 53-year-old man from Adams County is the first confirmed fatal case of West Nile virus in the Denver metro area this year.
2nd Case Of Measles Confirmed In ColoradoColorado health officials have now confirmed two cases of measles in the Denver area in the first cases reported in the state since 2006.
Tri-County Health Department Loses 91 Death CertificatesThe Tri-County Health Department has confirmed that 91 death certificates are lost.