Jefferson County Public Health has filed a lawsuit against three schools after it has been determined they have violated a public health order and will not follow mask mandates.
Transplant Patient In Colorado Gets Help In Texas After COVID Vaccine ControversyTransplant patients who do not want to get vaccinated against COVID-19 are finding themselves in a tough spot.
Hospital Upgrades & Expands Despite Brink Of Financial Crisis In LeadvilleAs many rural hospitals struggle to find footing in the midst of the pandemic, St. Vincent Healthcare in Leadville is making an incredible comeback.
Masks To Be Required In All Indoor Public Spaces In Larimer County Starting Next WednesdayPeople in Larimer County will be required to wear masks indoors in all public spaces starting next Wednesday.
'Crush The Crisis' Drug Take Back Coming Up Oct. 23The National Drug Take Back Day is coming up on Saturday Oct. 23.
Doctor Stresses Importance of Mammograms During Breast Cancer Awareness MonthOctober is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the perfect time to remind women about the importance of getting recommended screenings.
2 Tigers Test Positive For COVID At Denver ZooTwo tigers have tested positive for COVID-19 at the Denver Zoo. They are the first animals known to have the virus at the zoo.
Gov. Jared Polis Urges Family Members To Get Vaccinated Despite Conflict At HomeGov. Jared Polis talked about people who have loved ones who forbid them to get vaccinated and says they should get their vaccine without those loved ones knowing.
More Than 30 Denver First Responders Face Disciplinary Action For Vaccinate MandateUnder Denver's public health order, updated Sept. 1, all city employees, workers in public and private schools and people who work for private employers such as hospitals, homeless shelters, childcare centers must show proof that they are vaccinated by Sept. 30.
JeffCo Employees To Be Required To Submit Weekly COVID-19 TestingFollowing a recent surge in COVID cases, weekly testing will soon be a requirement for thousands of county and municipal employees within JeffCo.
Teacher At University Of Colorado Denver Suing School For COVID RumorA teacher at the University of Colorado Denver says the school barred her from campus over a rumor she had COVID-19.
Gov. Jared Polis Describes Increase In COVID Patients Hospitalized In Colorado As ScaryGov. Jared Polis is using some strong language to describe the increase in the number of COVID-19 patients hospitalized in Colorado.
World Stroke Day Is Oct. 29: Know The Signs And SymptomsOct. 29. is World Stroke Day, a day focused on improving awareness of stroke symptoms.
Colorado Health Plans Expanded To Include Gender Affirmation TreatmentsGov. Jared Polis and Colorado health officials announced an expansion to the state's health plans on Tuesday.
At Least 82 People In Colorado Got Sick Due To Salmonella Outbreak Tied To SeafoodA salmonella outbreak tied to seafood that Denver-based Northeast Seafood Products Inc. processed or manufactured has sickened at least 82 Coloradans in 14 counties.
Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Seafood from Denver-Based Northeast Seafood Productshe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention along with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is investigating a multistate outbreak of "Salmonella Thompson."
Denver Aims To Ban Flavored Tobacco Products With New InitiativeIt was a packed house at the Denver City Council meeting on Wednesday morning to debate a new initiative that would ban flavored tobacco and vape juices.
Denver Costume Store Says People Are 'Amped Up' For HalloweenThe COVID-19 vaccine has made in-person gatherings safer, lowering the risk of getting and spreading the virus.
Aurora Public Schools Joins Other Schools In Offering Free COVID Testing For StudentsWhile the state’s rapid COVID-19 testing program inside schools started slowly, more districts are getting onboard nearly two months into the school year.
Gov. Jared Polis Says COVID Hospitalization Trend Could Be Reversed If More Get VaccinatedThe number of COVID-19 patients hospitalized in Colorado is at its highest since January.
Unvaccinated Woman & Donor Search For Answers After UCHealth Denies Kidney TransplantAccording to UCHealth, the majority of transplant recipients and living donors are now required to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Neither woman has received their shots.
Kaiser Permanente Puts 2,200 Unvaccinated Employees On Unpaid LeaveKaiser Permanente says 2,200 of its employees are now on unpaid administrative leave after not meeting a COVID-19 vaccination deadline.
Hospitals In Rural Colorado Facing Steep Problems With COVID Vaccine MandateIt's one thing for big urban hospitals to let go of a small percentage of their workforce. It's another for small hospitals to have to lose up to 15%.
Confusion Surrounds Guidance On Holiday GatheringsColorado health expert says COVID vaccinations are an important part of holiday gatherings.
COVID Doubter Changes Mind From Intensive Care Hospital BedFor the first time since Weld County recently ran out of ICU beds due to a spike of COVID-19 cases, one of the county’s sickest patients is sharing his story from his ICU bed with CBS4.