No Time To Panic, But Time To Prepare: COVID Cases Rising In ColoradoCOVID-19 cases are rising in Colorado. Boulder County is prepared to take action to prevent hospitals from becoming overwhelmed.
'Staffing Saves Lives': Nurses Take To The Streets, Want Safer Work EnvironmentsNurses in Colorado say that COVID has cost them and they took to the streets on Thursday to get their message out.
Toxic 'Forever Chemicals' To Be Banned From Some Consumer Products Sold In Colorado, After Legislature Passes BillA bill restricting the sale of consumer products containing PFAS, commonly known as "forever chemicals," has passed both the Colorado house and senate, and is on its way to the governor's desk to become law.
Neonatal ICU Opens At Good Samaritan In LafayetteThe nurses and other health providers moved those babies who need extra care into the NICU.
Colorado Doctors Warn Parents About Child Hepatitis As Cases Crop Up Across NationColorado has recorded four cases of childhood hepatitis so far, and now the CDC has requested the nation start tracking where these cases are coming from as they currently do not know.
Colorado's High UV Index Raises Skin Cancer ThreatAs we head into the summer, it's a reminder we need to be extra vigilant about skin cancer in Colorado.
Colorado Democrats Call On Senate To Protect Abortion RightsThis comes in the wake of the leaked draft opinion from the Supreme Court-- showing the court will likely overturn Roe v. Wade.
'No One Should Die Alone': State Senator Fights For Visitation Rights In Colorado Health Care FacilitiesA bill aimed at making sure people can visit their loved ones in health care facilities may be in danger of dying with just three days left in the Colorado legislative session.
Denver Broncos Dalton Risner, UnitedHealthcare Donate New Bikes To Elementary School StudentsDenver Broncos Offensive Guard, Dalton Risner, teamed up with United Healthcare of Colorado to give out new bikes and helmets to students at Paris Elementary School.
Youth Mental Health Needs Increase As Summer ApproachesA national state of emergency for pediatric mental health was declared last year and Colorado is working to protect its youngest residents.
East Denver Group Uses Chess To Tackle Life's StrugglesAn East Denver nonprofit seeks to build tenacity, compassion and critical thinking skills in young people -- all using the game of chess.
As 'Nursing Week' Begins, Denver Health Nurses Continue To Show Their ResiliencyIt's Nursing Week, a time to celebrate the unsung heroes who work to protect our community every day.
Colorado Welcomes Women As Abortion Rights Are ThreatenedMany women sought care in Colorado when abortion laws changed in other states last year.
Crowd Gathers At State Capitol Amid Possible Nationwide Restrictions To Abortion AccessAt the west steps of the state Capitol, about 200 Coloradans rallied for rights they fear are on the brink of being stripped away in America.
Need For Equitable Access To Mental Health Care Highlighted By Gov. Jared PolisThe Governor's Behavioral Health Task Force is also pushing to address workforce shortages among mental health professionals, build a more effective safety net systems for people with behavioral health disorders, and shore up mental health care services to meet record demand.