Cat Tests Positive For Bubonic Plague In EvergreenA cat is sick with the plague in Jefferson County after possibly coming in contact with a sick rodent.
Following Allegations Of Neglect, State Of Colorado Sues Arvada Assisted Living Facility To Protect Residents' SafetyA hearing on the matter won't take place until March 2022, because of a backup in state courts, leading even state officials to worry about the safety of the people who still live there in the meantime.
Colorado Health Officials Investigate Possible Plague Death Of 10-Year-Old GirlThe cause of the death has yet to be confirmed by the La Plata County Coroner's Office, but state health officials suspect the yersinia pestis bacteria is associated with the passing of a young girl.
Squirrel Tests Positive For Plague In Colorado, Health Officials Issue Public ReminderA squirrel in Colorado tested positive for plague last week. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says it was in El Paso County.
New Statewide Ad Campaign Addresses COVID Vaccine FactsThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment wants to tackle misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines.
More Colorado Students Feeling Depressed, Know Vaping Is Risky, Survey FindsColorado's children in middle school and high school are improving their health in some ways, but struggle with other aspects of their health.
Colorado's Health Department Opens Ketamine Investigation After Elijah McClain DeathThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reopened an investigation into how ketamine is administered with regards to the death of Elijah McClain in August of 2019.
Colorado Conducts Record 12,413 COVID-19 Tests On Sunday, Positivity Rate Drops To 3.78%Colorado health officials conducted 12,413 COVID-19 tests on Sunday.
Back To School: State Health Department Issues GuidanceThe guidance covered recommendations about wearing face coverings, maintaining healthy environments, physical distancing and transportation.
Colorado Conducts Record 11,384 Coronavirus Tests ThursdayColorado health officials administered 11,384 COVID-19 tests on Thursday.
State Health Department To Investigate Suncor 'Opacity Event'The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is calling for a full investigation into air pollution violations at the Suncor Refinery in Commerce City.
Coronavirus Survey: Majority Of Coloradans 'Very Concerned' About COVID-19The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment conducted a survey on nearly 45,000 Coloradans to ask how they feel about coronavirus (COVID-19).
Health Departments: You Can Be Fined, Serve Jail Time For Violating Coronavirus Quarantine OrdersIf you're issued a quarantine order, what are the legal implications? It's important to follow that order, or you could be fined or sentenced to jail.
'Historic' $9 Million Fine Issued Against Suncor Energy Refinery In Commerce CityThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced Friday it has reached a $9 million settlement agreement with Suncor Energy to resolve more than 100 air pollution violations committed by the company's Commerce City oil refinery. It is the largest penalty against a single facility for air pollution violations in the state's history.
Colorado Health Officials, School Districts Prepare For CoronavirusOfficials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are asking Americans to prepare for the spread of coronavirus.