Articles By John Ingold
Coronavirus complicated efforts to lower Colorado’s health care prices. But one idea is still moving forward.
Health care purchasing alliances are meant to give consumers more power in price negotiations -- if hospitals and other providers go along
Bullying is down, stress is up and eight other charts with insights from a new survey of Colorado teens
The Healthy Kids Colorado Survey looks at substance use, mental health, nutrition and attitudes toward school
The state’s top epidemiologist won’t declare victory just yet, though, saying that “we still are at a bit of a tenuous place.”
The state has also seen an uptick in deaths due to accidental drug overdose during the pandemic
The state’s level of social distancing has dropped below even the worst-case scenario that researchers had previously forecast
Colorado’s governor issues statewide mask mandate days after saying such a requirement is unenforceable
The move comes as the number of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations has been rising in Colorado over the past several weeks
Disease investigators are preparing for higher -- and more complex -- caseloads in the coming weeks
Gov. Jared Polis said there has been an increase in cases over 11 of the past 14 days in Colorado. "Wear a damn mask," he said.
Rifles, mine-resistant vehicles, robots: How Colorado police have used a federal program to stockpile military gear
More than 100 Colorado police and sheriff’s departments have received surplus military equipment under the federal 1033 program. Officials defend the acquisitions, saying they’re needed to keep officers safe.