Bickering over the federal healthcare law has reached a new sphere: professional sports. And Colorado is right in the middle of it.
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Despite news of two confirmed deaths in the Black Forest Fire near Colorado Springs, officials were encouraged by progress against the blaze Thursday.
A new report on the state's toxicology lab has lawyers calling for appeals.
Gov. John Hickenlooper started working on his plan soon after the Aurora theater shooting in July. He scheduled a press conference to announce it in December, not knowing the date would fall just days after another mass shooting tragedy in Newtown, Conn.
Psychologists have long known that children often model their behavior on the actions of parents or peers. But science has only recently begun to measure the influence of siblings. An older brother's or sister's behavior can be very contagious, it turns out — for good and for bad.
It has momentum and the backing of the Governor, but critics inside and outside the capitol say trying to combine economic development with helping the homeless is a bad idea.
The joint state and federal health care program for the poor got its first hearing this week in the state legislature, and no one testified against it.
Primary care doctors treat a lot of patients for depression, actually, more people get help for that from family doctors than from psychiatrists.
In all the talk about the big health care overhaul, what’s come to be known as “Obamacare,” there’s one thing you don't