A Denver doctor, a Lyons pharmacist and two South Denver pharmacists have been charged with dispensing opioids outside of usual professional practice.
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The deadly flu outbreak infected a third of Colorado's population.
National correspondent Kirk Siegler visited Grand Junction and Mesa County as part of his reporting on mental health in rural America.
Stacey Freedenthal struggled with depression and attempted suicide when she was in her 20s.
Ryan was created by Mohammad Mahoor, professor of computer engineering at the University of Denver.
The program was formed in response to school violence, but suicide threats have been the leading reason students file reports since the 2013-14 school year.
Five-hundred-sixty people died last year in Colorado from opioid overdoses.
In 2019, the average premium will increase by just 5.6 percent, a dramatic difference from last year's average 30 percent increase.
How Anunnaki Ray Marquez Fought For Their Intersex Birth Certificate, And Why Others May Not Have To In The Future
Anunnaki Ray Marquez was born in Colorado and now lives in Florida. They dedicated around $5,000 and 15 months to the process.
The death and illnesses have been verified as related to E. coli.
The uninsured rate dropped from just over 16 percent before the ACA, to 6.5 percent after.
Denver’s New 5280 High School Preaches More Than Academics. Teen-Focused Wellness, Sobriety Are A Key Focus
Enrollment at the new 5280 High School is at more than 100 students, mostly freshman. They’ll add a new class each year.
Experts from Children's Hospital Colorado, Second Wind Fun and Rainbow Alley weigh in on their experiences.
The ballot initiative could bring in tens of millions of dollars a year to help people with mental health and substance disorder issues.
Activists shared the Denver Principles on AIDS healthcare at a conference in Colorado 35 years ago.