The first Vote For Our Lives event will be held near Columbine next Thursday, one day before the 19th anniversary of the shooting that left 13 dead.
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Republican Rep. Jim Wilson, of Salida, a co-sponsor of the bill, says other states are also looking to reverse this "gag order."
Earlier this week, the hospital warned that some of its patients might be at risk of contracting hepatitis B, hepatitis C or HIV.
If approved by voters, the ‘Caring 4 Denver’ sales tax could raise as much as $450 million in a decade.
Methamphetamine was found in the systems of 280 Coloradans who died of overdoses in 2017, a number up sharply from the year before.
A study from CU Anschutz says police, fire and other workers are more likely to die from suicide than line-of-duty incidents.
Olivia Goodreau of Denver developed TickTracker after she says it took 50 doctors to give her 5the right diagnosis.
A plant was built to neutralize the poison using water. But there are problems. And now the Army's talking about using a detonator instead.
Statistically, people with mental illness are no more likely to become violent than people who don't have a diagnosed mental illness.
The Veterans Choice program was supposed to help veterans get healthcare fast. But some providers say they're not getting paid.
There's a shift in thinking for most workplace wellness programs: less about metrics and more about encouraging employees to define wellness on their terms.
University of Colorado researchers along with colleagues around the world, say they've identified the likely cause of an illness that plagued kids a few years ago.
A group that calls itself Colorado for Psilocybin, after the fungi’s scientific name, wants to do away with felony charges for people caught with psychedelic mushrooms.
E.R. Dr. Emmy Betz and Dr. Larry Wolk, the head of the state's public health department, talk about a lack of funding for gun research, and a few bright spots.