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
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
Opinion: Is your neighborhood raising your risk? Redlining set Denver communities up for more coronavirus dangerBy Jeremy Németh Opinion
From vaccines to contact tracing to pet sitting, Colorado volunteers are meeting the coronavirus demandBy Jennifer Brown Health Primary category in which blog post is published
The inquiry is the latest in a series of new reviews of the case of Elijah McClain that has received renewed attention as part of protests over police brutality and racial injustice
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.
Encampment near Capitol cleared out days after governor invites cleanup, troopers get OK to enforce Denver ordinances
Colorado State Patrol troopers in helmets and yellow booties swept through Lincoln Park on Wednesday morning. Crews used snow shovels to pile up trash.
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
The state has also seen an uptick in deaths due to accidental drug overdose during the pandemic
Students struggle to learn in the face of trauma. Colorado school districts’ first lesson for them this fall: how to cope.
Recognizing how much kids’ lives have been turned upside down by COVID-19, school leaders are prioritizing their social-emotional wellbeing.
Homeless camps in downtown Denver are “out of control” as the pandemic drags on. So what’s the solution?
One nonprofit counted 30 encampments and 664 tents. The tent cities are growing more persistent as Denver has backed off enforcing the camping ban.
Medics in Colorado dosed 902 people with ketamine for “excited delirium” in 2.5 years, including Elijah McClain
101 fire and rescue agencies in Colorado are allowed to administer ketamine. In 17% of the instances when they used the drug for "excited delirium" serious complications arose.
Even before any other medical bills showed up, Izzy Benasso received a notice from someone whose name she didn’t recognize