One in ten babies in the U.S. is born premature.
Some COVID Testing Sites Ordered To Close By Colorado AGThe Colorado Attorney General's Office ordered the closure of several COVID testing locations for "failing to report COVID-19 testing results and cases to CDPHE as required by state law."
Contrary To District Wishes, Adams 14 Will Return To In-Person Learning Next WeekAdams County 14 school officials tell CBS4 that contrary to the latest health guidance and school administration wishes, the school district will return to in-person learning following Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
COVID Mobile Vaccine Clinic Making Stops In Denver Metro Area This WeekendThe COVID-19 Mobile Vaccine Clinic bus will be making stops around Colorado this weekend.
University Of Northern Colorado Will Require Booster Shots On CampusUNC in Greeley is the latest major university in the state to require a COVID booster shot for those working and learning on campus.
Things To Know During Birth Defects Prevention Awareness MonthDr. Beth Carewe, OB/GYN at Rose Medical Center, spoke with CBS4 about birth defects.
Centura-Avista Adventist Hospital To Reopen Tuesday, Jan. 18 After Marshall FireCentura-Avista Adventist Hospital has plans to reopen next week after closing during the Marshall Fire.
Cervical Cancer Is One Of The Only Cancers That Can Be Entirely EliminatedJanuary is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month and a Colorado oncologist says now is the perfect time to remind the women in your life to get their annual checkup.
Weld RE-4 School District To Change Mask RuleThe Weld RE-4 School District will no longer require students to wear masks while at school, a decision which will take effect Jan. 13.
Free Radon Test Kits Available To Some Denver ResidentsRadon is a colorless, odorless and tasteless radioactive gas.
Colorado Mountain Town Businesses Struggle To Staff As COVID-19 Rips Through PopulationBeing highlighted as one of the fastest spreading places in the country for COVID-19 according to CDC data is not a great place to be in for Summit County and yet, it's where things stand.
Adams 14 To Move To Virtual Learning Jan. 10-14 Due To Surge In COVID CasesAdams County School District 14 will move to virtual learning for the week of Jan. 10-14. The decision to move from in-person learning to virtual is because of the increase of COVID-19 cases.
Denver School Board Member Tay Anderson Pushes For Mask Mandate Across ColoradoDenver School Board member Tay Anderson called on Gov. Jared Polis to implement a statewide mask mandate.
Adams 14 To Move To Virtual Learning Jan. 10-14 Due To Surge In COVID CasesAdams County School District 14 will move to virtual learning for the week of Jan. 10-14.
Omicron Surge Results In Worker Shortage At RTDThe omicron surge is starting to affect RTD services with a worker shortage causing the public transit to make many changes to their routes.
It's National Blood Donor Month, And Colorado Doctor Hopes More People Will 'Give The Gift Of Life'January is National Blood Donor Month, and this year marks the 52nd anniversary of the event.
Colorado Health Experts Believe Omicron Might Hit Peak SoonColorado health experts are closely watching other states and parts of the world to help determine Colorado's COVID-19 trajectory.
Some COVID Testing Options Available Amid Holiday RushAs cases continue to rise, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is seeing a significant increase in demand for testing.
Colorado State University Requires COVID BoosterColorado State University in Fort Collins will require all students and staff who visit the campus to have a booster shot.
COVID In Colorado: Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Tests Positive For COVID-19Denver Mayor Michael Hancock announced he tested positive for COVID-19. He shared the note on Jan. 1.
National Western Stock Show Expects To Move Forward In Light Of Omicron CasesThe National Western Stock Show is expected to go on as planned in a few weeks.
COVID Numbers Climb In Colorado Ahead Of New Year's EveThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says even though there are more breakthrough cases of the omicron variant, symptoms for vaccinated people tend to be very mild.
COVID In Colorado: DPS Plans On In-Person Learning After Winter BreakDenver Public Schools Superintendent Alex Marrero says they will move forward with in-person learning after the winter break.
Omicron Variant In Weld County: Residents Testing Positive Range From 7 Months To 78 Years OldSeven Weld residents have recently tested positive for the new COVID-19 omicron variant. The residents range in age from seven months to 78 years old.
COVID In Colorado: Vail Adjusts In-Person Services Due To COVID & Staffing ShortagesThe Town of Vail is the latest Colorado high country community to scale back in-person services due to the spread of COVID-19 among staff and the community.