3 Air Force Academy cadets who refused vaccine won’t be commissioned
The cadets will not be commissioned as military officers but will graduate with bachelor's degrees
It’s time for Coloradans to think about COVID again. Here are 5 things to know.
Infections are still rising in Colorado thanks to hyper-transmissible variants, but the outlook is not too bleak
When will COVID vaccines be approved for young Colorado kids? Here’s what we know.
Gov. Jared Polis has pressed the federal government to speed up the approval timeline
Everything you need to know about the major health care bills still alive at the Colorado Capitol
Colorado lawmakers are debating several consequential — if complicated — measures that would reform the health care system
What do Colorado’s rising COVID cases mean for the summer?
State officials are trying to understand how the emergence of a new variant — omicron BA.2.12.1 — will impact the trajectory of infections
Colorado prepares to give $35 million boost to small nonprofits helping diverse, rural communities
House Bill 1356 would provide grants up to $100,000 to at least 350 organizations
With students in turmoil, US teachers train in mental health, but there are too few school counselors
The pandemic amplified already rising rates of childhood depression and anxiety. School teachers are learning to provide mental health first aid to thwart tragendy.
Colorado está enfrentando dificultades para vacunar a más hispanos. Conoce a la mujer que intenta cambiar eso.
Julissa Soto ha estado organizando eventos de vacunación en los tipos de lugares a los cuales los funcionarios de salud pública con frecuencia no van: iglesias, discotecas y mercados.
Colorado is struggling to vaccinate more of its Hispanic population. Meet the woman trying to change that.
Julissa Soto has been organizing vaccination clinics in the kinds of places where public health officials often don’t go: Churches, nightclubs and markets
COVID cases appear to be rising again in Colorado. Is another surge likely?
Experts believe the state still has high levels of immunity, likely making any possible surge caused by the omicron BA.2 variant less severe
In the age of social media, a new app aims to help Colorado teens make friends off their phones
The Nod app, piloted across eight school districts, helps students learn ways to form new face-to-face friendships after the pandemic left many isolated and anxious
Inside the postal system’s most ambitious program in 246 years — mailing your COVID tests
A discreet warehouse in Denver holds hundreds of thousands of coronavirus test kits, part of a program to deliver free tests to every American household.
Five charts that show how Colorado has fared after two years of COVID
The state has generally done better than the rest of the nation in preventing infections and deaths
What does it take to persuade someone to get a COVID vaccine? Patience, understanding and a lot of love.
Colorado’s coronavirus vaccination campaign may appear to have hit a wall. But there are still ways to persuade unvaccinated people to get the shot.
Governor says vaccinated Coloradans can “live your normal pre-pandemic life” as state unveils plan for COVID’s forever presence
Earlier this month the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment was looking to the private sector for help in rethinking strategies to deal with the presence of the virus forever
“It’s like they don’t believe in COVID-19”: Complaint claims ICE failing to contain infections at Aurora facility
Poor health standards resulted in a coronavirus outbreak inside the immigration detention facility run by the private, for-profit GEO Group, advocacy group says.
Colorado deactivates crisis standards for health care system as COVID cases decline
The standards provided guidance and liability protection during periods of high stress on health care workers
Most Colorado school districts ditch mask mandates
The change mirrors decisions in previously COVID-cautious blue states like New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Oregon that have also dropped school mask requirements
Death threats over a vaccine clinic hosted by Littleton Public Schools led to days of anxiety, urgency for the district
Threats began shortly after videos surfaced showing teens lying to clinic staff at Heritage High School as part of a deliberate attempt to shut down the clinic
High case numbers drive southwest Colorado tribes to revive COVID restrictions
Some tribal leaders blame off-reservation schools, where masks are not required, as cases among Ute Mountain and Southern Ute members surge