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. 
Oil Company Says It's Trying To Meet Clean-Air RegulationsAn energy company accused of air pollution violations in Colorado says it's trying to comply with government regulations and is disappointed that state and federal agencies went to court seeking fines.
Colorado Mental Health Institute Passes InspectionThe Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo is no longer in "immediate jeopardy" of losing federal Medicare funding.
Report: Suncor Refinery Released Hundreds Of Pounds Of Toxic GasesHundreds of pounds of toxic gases were released into the air at the Suncor Energy oil refinery for the second time in five months, according to a preliminary report released Friday by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Gerber Recalls Ravioli Pasta Pick-UpsGerber is recalling their cheese ravioli pasta pick-ups due to an allergy concern.
New Moms Get Help Dealing With Pregnancy-Related DepressionAccording to the Centers for Disease Control, approximately 600,000 women who give birth in the United States get postpartum depression. It's a serious mood disorder that can affect a mother's ability to take care of her baby and herself.
Spike Of Flu Cases In Colorado, More Than Most StatesThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there's a spike in flu cases, with Colorado running at a higher level than most states in the U.S.
Patient Skeptical, Believes He Contracted Hep C From Guilty Surgical Tech's ActionsA former Swedish Medical Center surgical technician on Tuesday pleaded guilty to federal charges that he stole the powerful painkiller fentanyl from operating rooms.
Colorado Department Of Health Helped Fund Crumb Rubber FieldsFrom 2011 to 2014, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment handed out more than $2 million in grants to help school districts and municipalities install athletic fields and playgrounds made from recycled tires, commonly referred to as "crumb rubber."