Colorado’s struggle to improve school vaccination rates shows the challenges ahead for a coronavirus vaccine
Before the pandemic hit, the state finally pushed its kindergarten vaccination rate above 90%, but access to health care and pockets of resistance are still issues
Three different labs at Colorado State University and a team from the company Greffex are all taking different approaches to developing a vaccine for COVID-19
Colorado families are avoiding vaccination appointments for fear of exposure to the coronavirus and doctors worry risk of a different disease outbreak is rising.
Colorado authors, thinkers and readers share their thoughts on living through historic times as the state fights the progress of coronavirusOpinion
Inside the Colorado State University lab that is trying to develop the world’s first vaccine for COVID-19
Scientists at CSU’s Infectious Disease Research Center in Fort Collins are nearing a key milestone in developing a vaccine for the new coronavirus -- but it’s just one of many hurdles still to overcome
Colorado lawmakers failed to pass a bill to improve immunization rates in 2019. Here’s what’s new this year.
Hundreds of people, many of them opposed to vaccines, filled the Capitol hallways Wednesday to testify on a bill that makes it harder to get an exemption
Where’s the line between political speech and credible threats? A Colorado bill is asking the question.
A bipartisan measure to make it a felony to threaten or harass an elected official is running into stiff resistance at the Capitol
To boost low measles vaccination rates, public health agencies are targeting Colorado’s biggest counties
After an executive order from Gov. Jared Polis, departments are running radio ads, mailing parents and urging schools to beef up vaccination efforts to avoid an outbreak
Flu shots are relatively cheap compared with most health services, but considering the tens of millions of Americans who get vaccinated each year, those prices add up