Izzy Benasso stands with her father, Steve Benasso, near the spot where she tore a meniscus in her knee while they played tennis in July 2019 at the Washington Park Tennis Club in Denver. After Izzy had knee surgery to repair the injury, Steve noticed that a surgical assistant had billed their insurance plan for $1,167. Izzy does not recall meeting the surgical assistant or being told he would be involved in her case. (Rachel Woolf for KHN)

A Colorado woman’s knee surgeon was in-network. The surgical assistant wasn’t — and billed $1,167.

Even before any other medical bills showed up, Izzy Benasso received a notice from someone whose name she didn’t recognize

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The coronavirus campaign shows partisan split in Colorado, as top candidates mostly keep out of view

President Donald Trump’s campaign is canvassing for voter support while former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign opts out

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Coloradans dosed with ketamine during police confrontations want investigation

25 doctors signed a position paper supporting the use of ketamine when people being arrested show "excited delirium." Two men say they were in handcuffs and complying with cops when the drug was administered in Arapahoe County and Lakewood.

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Food grown for research once rotted in Colorado fields. Now, it’s feeding the hungry

Colorado State University agriculture experiment stations are donating the fresh produce they grow to food banks