Aurora Public Schools Serves More Than 8 Million Meals To Families During PandemicMore than eight million meals have been handed out by Aurora Public Schools since the start of the pandemic and not just to their students. 
Potentially Deadly Blue-Green Algae Closes Sloan's LakePotentially deadly blue-green algae at Sloan's Lake has closed the popular water recreation spot in Denver.
Obscure 'Birthday Rule' Costs Colorado Couple $5,000 More For Normal Hospital BirthJessica Rapp and Jake Irwin say they are having to pay $5,000 more for the birth of their son, Jack, simply because of when their birthdays fall in the calendar year.
Death Of 10-Year-Old Girl In La Plata County Was From Causes Associated With The PlagueThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is investigating plague activity, including a deadly case.
Colorado Psychiatrist Howard Weiss Indicted On 100 Counts Related To 'Pill Mill'A Denver area doctor is accused of running what’s often referred to as a "pill mill" by overprescribing strong and highly addictive drugs to his patients.
'We Know How To End The Pandemic': Gov. Jared Polis' Stern Warning For Those Avoiding The COVID VaccineGov. Jared Polis had a stern warning Wednesday for those who are choosing not to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
COVID In Colorado: Health Officials Release Back To School RoadmapThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment released a roadmap for families and teachers to navigate going back to school.
Colorado Receives $300 Million From Opioid Crisis Drug SettlementColorado Attorney General Phil Weiser announced on Wednesday a big settlement from the nation's largest drug distributors, including Johnson & Johnson.
Nearly 148,000 Coloradans Missed Second Dose Of COVID VaccineAccording to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, nearly 148,000 Coloradans are late for their second dose.
Banner Health To Require Employees To Be Vaccinated Against COVIDEmployees working for Banner Health will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 1 if they want to keep working for the company.
'To Those Who Think COVID Is A Hoax, You're Crazy': Denver Radio Host Steffan Tubbs Recovering After Being HospitalizedA radio talk show host in Denver can speak about COVID-19 firsthand.
Ozone & Smoke Could Cause Colorado To Miss Another Air Quality Standard DeadlineMuch of the central and northern Front Range of Colorado will likely miss yet another deadline for meeting EPA air quality standards for ozone on Tuesday.
Colorado Doctor Calls Drop In Deaths For Some Common Cancers 'A Celebration For The Medical Community'According to a new report, death rates have dropped for some of the most common cancers.
Some Colorado Mountain Towns Redirect Tourism Focus To Stewardship MessagingSome mountain communities are altering their approach to tourism to manage guest experience amid an affordable housing crisis and subsequent labor shortage.
Time Is Running Out To Vaccinate Kids Ages 12+ Against COVID Before School YearMany pediatricians urge parents of children ages 12 and older to get their kids vaccinated now, as the Pfizer vaccine takes two doses and more than a month to fully work.
Colorado ICU Nurse Shares Her Own Need For Blood Transfusions Amid Donation ShortageA national shortage of blood donations has made its way to Colorado, potentially jeopardizing the stockpile of life-saving liquid if more donors do not step up to the plate.