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.
Flu Hospitalizations Up Again Across ColoradoThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment shared the latest number of flu hospitalizations in the state.
CDC Investigates Possible Case Of Coronavirus At St. Anthony Hospital In LakewoodHospitals across Colorado are taking extra precautions in response to the Coronavirus outbreak in China.
Colorado Health Officials Watching Viral Outbreak On Western SlopeWith large viral outbreaks happening across Colorado, state health officials are monitoring the situation for what is considered a common occurrence.
"This Is A Serious Disease': Pitkin County Health Officials Warn Of Potential Dangers Of VapingHealth officials in Pitkin County are raising awareness about the risks associated with with vaping, especially among teenagers.
More Colorado Oil And Gas Permits Will Get Additional Review After New Health StudyA new health study has prompted a change in oil and gas permitting in Colorado.
Juul To Stop Selling Fruity Flavored E-Cigarettes In AmericaOnly tobacco, mint and menthol flavors will remain for sale in the United States.
City Of Idaho Springs Fined For Pumping Contaminated Water Into Clear CreekThe City of Idaho Springs has to pay the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment department $10,000 for illegally discharging chemicals into Clear Creek.
Overdose Deaths Decline Slightly In ColoradoThe number of drug overdose deaths in Colorado decreased slightly last year but it still remains high.
Hepatitis A Outbreak: Thousands Vaccinated In At-Risk AreasThousands of people have been vaccinated in a hepatitis A outbreak that began last fall. Colorado public health professionals have vaccinated nearly 6,000 people in at-risk populations since October 2018.
Flu Hospitalizations In Colorado Drastically Lower Than 2018Flu numbers in Colorado are lower than they were this time in 2018, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Mother Of Two Survives Rare Polio-Like Illness: 'I'm Glad It's Over'A young mother from Lakewood is recovering from a rare, debilitating condition that nearly killed her.