Littleton School Officials Say Restart Plan Could Change In Mid-AugustLittleton Public Schools plans to update their back to school plan on Aug. 13, after reevaluating COVID-19 data.
CDPHE: 91% Of Colorado Kindergartners Vaccinated Against Measles, Mumps & RubellaColorado health officials are working to increase vaccination rates in the state.
Colorado Health Officials Prepare New Guidelines For Nursing Home VisitationsThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is working on new guidelines for nursing home visitations during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Hospitalizations Continue To Decline Across ColoradoThe number of patients currently hospitalized for COVID-19 in Colorado continues to decline.
Castle Rock Restaurant Owners Sue Polis & Health Departments Over Order To CloseThe owners of a Castle Rock restaurant that defied the state’s public health order and opened on Mother’s Day are now suing health officials and Gov. Jared Polis for ordering them to close.
Coronavirus Patients Face Long Recovery After ICU: 'We’re Starting At Square One'More than 2,000 people across the state have been hospitalized due to COVID-19, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Coronavirus in Colorado: 329 Deaths, 7,941 Confirmed Cases In The StateColorado health officials believe social distancing and the statewide stay-at-home order are working.
Suncor Equipment Malfunction Produces Yellow Smoke Over Commerce CityThe Suncor Commerce City refinery experienced an equipment malfunction Tuesday evening, resulting in a yellow smoke plume over the facility.
Calling All Artists: State Health Department Wants Your MuralsThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment wants your artwork. They're aiming to raise awareness about public health.
Colorado Practices Preventing Ebola Outbreak In Mock EmergencyState emergency planners spent Monday testing Colorado's ability to respond during a health crisis.
Happy Dog Ranch Delighted To Have Tons Of Tires Towed AwayA million of those discarded tires have been removed and the majority have been recycled thanks to Colorado's Waste Tire Program.
Woman Tracking Epilepsy Possibly Caused By Rocky Flats ChemicalsA grass-roots community survey is finding a higher number of people with epilepsy than normal congregated in the northwest part of Denver.
Colorado's Medically Assisted Suicide Law Quietly UnderwayColorado's medically assisted suicide law is quietly underway.
Colorado's First West Nile Virus Case Report This SeasonThe first case of West Nile Virus in Colorado in 2017 has been reported.
Colorado Oil And Gas: 'We've Made Steady Improvements'Colorado's oil and gas companies are trumpeting their actions to reduce ozone levels in the state.