Public hearings over prices for Colorado Option plans were supposed to kick off this week, but the first one was canceled
Jared Polis isn’t going to ban guns. But that might not be the point of the Colorado Capitol sit-in.
Part of asking for such a radical — if unrealistic — change is to garner attention, regardless of whether their demands will actually be met
Bolder Boulder 10K runners dress to impress in costumes, pajamas and “antigravity pants”
Elite athletes join recreational runners to keep beloved race weird for 43rd year
What’s Working: Where a company that develops cancer tests, other startups are finding funding in Colorado
It’s the state’s Advanced Industries program, which has provided $128 million in grants to early-stage companies in the past decade. So, what do taxpayers get out of it?
Health insurer Friday Health Plans goes under, leaving 30,000 Coloradans needing to find new coverage next year
Friday Health Plans’ announcement comes after it hit regulatory turmoil in Texas and other states
Turning semi-automatics into mattocks: How faith communities in Colorado are fighting gun violence
Faith-based organizations like Guns to Gardens and RAWtools are using gun buybacks to turn unwanted firearms into garden tools
Colorado tackles eating disorders by limiting diet pill sales to kids, use of BMI in determining treatment
Colorado and several other states tackling the issue are responding to the nearly 30 million Americans — roughly the population of Texas — who will struggle with an eating disorder, such as anorexia or bulimia, in their lifetime
As water levels drop in San Luis Valley, the risk of arsenic rises
The carcinogen occurs naturally in soil and has been appearing in rising levels in drinking water in the valley. Now a new study is examining private wells in the area.
Medicaid work requirements could make 46,000 Coloradans lose coverage
Tens of thousands of people in the state could lose Medicaid coverage as a result of work requirements, which are a major sticking point in federal debt ceiling negotiations
Colorado kids, teens who visit emergency rooms in mental health crisis can now get free therapy
The Follow-Up Project, which has suicide hotline staff call people who’ve been discharged from a hospital, is now offering free therapy through the nonprofit Second Wind Fund