A growing body of research asserts that racism and discrimination may be playing a larger factor than previously thought in elevating risks for obesity and chronic conditions such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer among people of color. Can yoga help?
These Colorado school districts are welcoming students back for in-person learning this fall. Here’s why they feel it’s safe.By Erica Breunlin Education Primary category in which blog post is published
Are you wearing your mask? Because public health officials in Colorado are watching you to find out.By Jennifer Brown Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published
The attempted recall of Mesa County’s clerk comes up short. But the battle over her office isn’t over.
Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters will remain in office as claims of election violations wind through review along with an independent auditor’s report.
Wealthy Colorado parents are hiring teachers for private learning pods, leaving low-income students behind
As school plans change and some districts opt for remote learning, deep-pocketed parents are shelling out big sums so they get back to work with peace of mind. Those who can’t afford to do so risk their kids’ ability to stay on track.
Opinion: Is your neighborhood raising your risk? Redlining set Denver communities up for more coronavirus danger
But what makes Denver's Valverde so attractive to its residents might also have raised its risks amid the coronavirus pandemic. The westside neighborhood had the highest COVID-19 hospitalization rate in the city.Opinion
Fastest known times are exploding as runners use solo sufferfests to compete in the contest-killing era of social distancing
Colorado issues guidance on when coronavirus should prompt a school closure as governor calls in-person learning “reasonably safe”
The guidance comes as Gov. Jared Polis says it’s “reasonably safe” for children to return to schools for in-person learning. Polis said his own children will be returning to classes.
Can singing and wind instruments be made safe during coronavirus? Colorado researchers are trying to find out.
How playing tubas and clarinets inside canvas bags is helping figure out ways musicians, singers, actors and their audiences can stay safe during pandemic performances.
The challenges of distance learning hit schools on the high plains of southeast Colorado especially hard. With fewer resources than larger, wealthier urban districts, Crowley County relied on dedicated educators to try to fill the gap.
The New Life Church, where at least 9 in 10 parishioners went without masks on the first Sunday after Colorado’s order began, was certainly not unique
Hallie Spoor, who wrote “City Angels” upon her arrival in New York, returned to Colorado to regain her bearings as performers struggle to find an audience