With winter upon us, so too is a wave of flu, COVID-19, and RSV (Respiratory syncytial virus), plaguing the southern region of Colorado. Health officials are calling it a “tripledemic,” warning that numbers of cases and hospitalizations will likely increase in the coming weeks.
Grocery store workers with the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union on Tuesday voiced their opposition to the proposed merger of supermarket giants Kroger and Albertsons, claiming the merger will harm employees and customers alike ahead of a Senate subcommittee hearing on the proposed $24.6 billion deal.
Colorado revealed Saturday night that Sanders will be the next coach, making him one of the more intriguing hires in college football this generation.
Being the sixth populous area of Colorado one would imagine that the city of Thornton would have access to an abundance of water. They do, but unfortunately the water supply is located 70 miles north from the city in western Larimer County.
Last spring, Gov. Jared Polis established Colorado as the nation’s leader in global forest protections by signing an executive order to little note or fanfare.
CCCA will hurt all consumers but have a disproportionate impact on those already struggling financially.
Colorado Public Radio has compiled a list of places throughout the state for families to experience such displays.
December is here and with it brings the season of joy with many families eager to get their own Christmas tree to celebrate the holidays.
During her 12-hour overnight shift, Brianna Shelton helps residents at BeeHive Homes Assisted Living go to the bathroom. Many of them have dementia, and some can’t get out of bed on their own. Only a few can remember her name, but that doesn’t matter to her.
The Colorado Springs Police Department on Monday released an updated count of the victims injured in last week’s deadly attack at an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs.