XBB.1.5 — nicknamed the “Kraken” — has yet to hit Colorado in full force. When it does, it could drive a new wave of infections.
Millions of Americans now await a decision on whether some of their student loan debt will be erased as a federal appeals court considers several legal challenges brought against the policy
Already this fall, the city of Denver has helped nonprofits buy three motels that eventually will provide hundreds of housing units for those living on the streets
So far this season, there have been 895 hospitalizations for RSV. Of those, 836 have been children.
Track-chair program in Staunton State Park gives users a rare opportunity to experience the wilderness. Now the state park wants to push it across Colorado.
The analysis by two nonprofits analyzed 150,000 eviction filings and found stark disparities for those without legal representation
Cities from Anchorage to New Orleans have ended or are winding down their hotel programs, which offered a good alternative to packed homeless shelters amid the spread of COVID-19
The new bivalent vaccines, specifically formulated to fight the omicron BA.4 and BA.5 variants, come as possible booster fatigue begins to set in
Employees working in state prisons will no longer be required to receive COVID-19 vaccinations as the Colorado Department of Corrections works to fill more than 1,700 vacancies. The state’s prison system is still “highly recommending” all staff — new or existing — receive a vaccine and booster, a CDOC spokeswoman said in an email confirming […]
Little has been consistent during the coronavirus pandemic in Colorado, but this has: Fall is COVID season. In both 2020 and 2021, as kids returned to classes and pumpkin-spiced lattes emerged from their caffeinated hidey-holes, COVID cases began to rise in the state. By this time last year, reports of new coronavirus infections had already […]