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In a record-breaking year, 912 people in Colorado died from overdoses in 2016. Of those, 300 died from an opioid overdose and heroin claimed another 228 lives.
Ortega has artwork in the Arvada Center exhibition "Art & Conflict," which is up Sept. 14 - Nov. 12.
Four years ago Alex Aleman, armed with only a few hula hoops, some orange cones and worn out kick balls, aimed to help poor kids in his community live an active, healthy lifestyle.
The two governors called for the immediate stabilization of health insurance markets, among other recommendations.
One in six kids don’t eat fruit every day, according to state health department data. The numbers are even worse for vegetables — almost one in three.
The Democrat and Republican are working on a bipartisan plan to stabilize health insurance markets and give more power to states.
State Agriculture Commissioner Don Brown wants to train counselors at the Colorado Crisis Center hotline to respond to farmers in emotional distress.
But Colorado's junior senator received multiple compliments for his recent statement criticizing President Trump.
After a change in federal priorities, Colorado Youth Matter will lose $1.5 million.
Colorado doctors collected $4.6 million in payments over two years from opioid companies — the highest in the country based on population.
The CEO of Connect for Health Colorado says the state's health care exchange is in good shape in the face of federal turmoil.
Practices across the state have done financial gymnastics to stay afloat after the state's Medicaid agency started to erroneously reject claims.
Colorado Medical Professionals No Longer Required To Report Most Domestic Violence Injuries To Police
A new law allows victims to decide when to notify law enforcement, except in situations that involve serious bodily injuries.