How Boulder's Soda Tax Is Helping Fight Hunger During COVID-19Boulder health officials are using the city's soda tax to help provide healthy food during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brain Injury Survivor's Food Stamps Revoked While Fundraising To Help Others With Brain InjuriesDylan Flynn, a survivor of a traumatic brain injury, lost the public benefits he needs, just because he was raising money for charity.
Agencies Gauging How Proposed SNAP Changes Will Affect ColoradansWhile Colorado offices distributing SNAP benefits are still working to figure out exactly how many people would be impacted by the potential changes, local food pantry’s say there’s no doubt it will hurt their operations.
Gov. Polis 'Looking At Ways' To Help Furloughed Federal WorkersColorado Governor Jared Polis tells CBS4 he's looking at ways to help furloughed federal workers.
SNAP Benefits Threatened; Grandmother Struggles To Feed 6 GrandkidsThe President’s proposed 2018 budget would cut the amount of money going to Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) by almost a third, putting more pressure on local food pantries to fill the hunger gap.
Colorado Group Creates 'Blueprint' To Close Hunger GapA group of government and nonprofit organizations across Colorado are coming together for some of Colorado’s most vulnerable.
Half Of Colorado Farmers Markets Take Food StampsMore people shopping at Colorado farmers markets and farmstands can now use food stamps to pay for their produce.
SNAP Reacts To Colorado Springs Priest Sexual Assault Charges A Catholic priest in Colorado Springs will appear in court next week on charges of sexually assaulting a child.