Kindergartener Lea Wickham during a reading intervention session with teacher Katie Hoiland at Aragon Elementary in Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8. Aragon is one of the schools that showed drastic improvement in reading levels after using a competitive grant from the READ Act to overhaul teaching techniques. (Mark Reis, Special to The Colorado Sun)

Colorado spent $231 million to help young children catch up on reading. But rates of kids with significant deficiencies only worsened.

The READ Act program still has not produced any significant improvement in the reading skills of the students it targeted

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If you’ve recovered from coronavirus, Colorado hospitals want your blood. It might save another patient’s life.

Children’s Hospital Colorado is the third site in the nation to transfuse a critically ill person with plasma from someone who survived the infection

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Three coronavirus models have very different takes on how Colorado’s outbreak will develop

Projections on the spread of COVID-19 from researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus say the worst is yet to come, while a model from the University of Washington says Colorado has already hit its peak.

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Cable industry counting on NBC’s new Peacock streaming service to keep your attention — and dollars

Even with the splintered cable market where broadband is more profitable than video, content is still king.