The Colorado Naloxone Project has expanded its pilot programs into two labor and delivery units in the state.

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Police In Denver Join Agencies Across The Nation In Collecting Unwanted Medications On National Prescription Drug Take Back DayAgencies all across Colorado, including the Denver Police Department, King Soopers and UCHealth, hosted a massive effort on Saturday to safely dispose of prescription drugs.
Concessionaires Looking To Fill Thousands Of Open Positions At Denver International AirportRestaurants and stores at Denver International Airport are facing a staffing shortage, so they held a job fair to recruit employees.
Volunteers Work With Forest Service To Restore Trails Damaged By The Cameron Peak FireThe Poudre Wilderness Volunteers, a nonprofit organization which works directly with the National Forest Service, has spent countless hours in 2021 rebuilding and restoring the trails impacted by the Cameron Peak Fire in Larimer County.
Efforts To Contain The Cameron Peak And Future Fires: Forest Managers Explain How Prescribed Burns HelpForests full of readily available fuel across our state create conditions in which wildfires can easily spread.
Watershed Impacts From Cameron Peak Fire Expected To Last For Many YearsScientists and hydrologists say the impact of the largest fire in Colorado history on the Poudre River and Big Thompson River watersheds will last for a decade or more.
Fish Count In Poudre River 1 Year After Destructive Cameron Peak Fire Brings 'Shocking' NewsWildlife officers with Colorado Parks and Wildlife are seeing the detrimental impact the Cameron Peak Fire had on the fish in the Cache la Poudre River.
Businesses Continue To Be Impacted By Cameron Peak Fire More Than A Year LaterFor many businesses across Larimer County that operate in, and along, the Poudre and Big Thompson canyons, the lasting impacts of the Cameron Peak Fire are greater than those of when the fire was actively burning in 2020.
CEO Holds News Conference About Long Lines And Parking Shortages At Denver International AirportDenver International Airport has struggled with job shortages and long TSA security lines as of late.
High Country Rescuers Part Of Pilot Program Of New Training ToolHigh country rescuers are part of pilot training program that helps them to handle the mental tool of rescuing.
A Look At Saint Francis Warren Residences, One Of Denver's Taxpayer-Funded Spots To Help People Transition Off The StreetsFrom the outside the Saint Francis Warren Residences still look like the historic church that has sat on the corner of 14th and Gilpin Street for decades.
Family Tries To Move Forward After Double Fatal I-70 Crash That Killed Colorado Teen Heading To Pawnee Ceremonial DanceA family with Colorado ties is trying to take a step forward after their teen was killed in a wrong-way crash on Interstate 70 on Saturday in western Kansas.
"I See You" Is The Message From The CEO Of Denver International Airport Over Long Security LinesFor weeks DIA has been struggling with long security lines and today the CEO of the airport addressed the issue.
Colorado School Districts In Need Of Substitute Teachers Hope Changes To Licensing Requirements Will HelpSchools districts across Colorado are desperate to hire more staff in a variety of positions, but filling the need inside the classroom is a priority.
Voting Rights Leaders From Out Of State Come To Denver For Discussion About How To Protect ElectionsCity leaders from all over the country are in Denver this weekend advocating for voter protection.
On National Latina Equal Pay Day, Latina Worker In Colorado Shares Her ‘Frustrating’ ExperiencesOct. 21 is National Latina Equal Pay Day. It’s a day that’s meant to shine light on the wage gap, and experts say it’s recognized on this day because research shows it takes 10 extra months on average for a Latina working full-time to earn what the average white man earns in a year in the United States.
On This Day 1 Year Ago, The East Troublesome Fire Exploded In ColoradoDry and hot conditions in September and early October in Colorado set the stage for the massive blowup of the East Troublesome Fire on Oct. 21, 2020.
Toy Maker In Colorado Describes Supply Chain Issues As 'Just Crazy'A pileup of issues are hitting most companies as their supply chain problems continue to build.
Longmont Community Holds Vigil To Honor Slain USPS Mail CarrierNeighbors held a vigil on Wednesday night to remember a postal carrier who was allegedly gunned down by his ex-girlfriend.
Colorado Is Preparing For Child COVID Vaccine RolloutColorado is preparing how they will rollout the COVID vaccine for children once it is approved by the government.
Colorado To Get Another New State Park In Sweetwater Lake AreaGov. Jared Polis on Wednesday announced that a new area in western Colorado will become a state park.
Investigators Return To Scene Of Massive Fire At Boulder Apartment ComplexFire investigators will return to the scene of a massive fire at an apartment complex in Boulder on Wednesday. The fire on Tuesday impacted more than 80 units and caused three buildings to collapse.
Suspect Dies After Shooting Involving Colorado Corrections OfficersPolice in Denver are responding to an officer-involved shooting in the 1000 block of South Parker Road. That's near the border between Denver and Arapahoe County, and close to Aurora.
Indoor Face Mask Order Begins In Larimer CountyIndoor face masks will be required in Larimer County starting at noon on Wednesday. Everyone 2 years and older will be required to wear a mask while inside a public place.
Family Of 6-Year-Old Who Died On Glenwood Caverns Amusement Park Ride Expected To File LawsuitThe family of Wongel Estifanos is expected to file a lawsuit on Wednesday against Glenwood Caverns Amusement Park after the 6-year-old's death.

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