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COVID-19 detected in CSU wastewater, leading to quarantine

Colorado State University became the latest university to quarantine students after COVID-19 was detected through wastewater testing in Braiden Hall and Summit Hall dormitories,...

Months into the pandemic, digital divide still leaves poor kids at...

Members of the U.S. Senate are pushing for $4 billion in the next coronavirus relief package to help students in rural and low-income areas...

How families are keeping Halloween from turning into a COVID nightmare

DENVER — For Laura Stoutingburg and her family, Halloween has always been a monthlong celebration of corn mazes, pumpkin patches and, of course, trick-or-treating...

‘Blueprint’ of reforms would help state address suicide, substance abuse

On Feb. 7, only three days after her daughter Olivia’s 13th birthday, Vickie Zacher’s worst nightmare became a reality. “I do feel my daughter could...

Rising COVID-19 transmission rate rivals July spike, state officials say

For the past couple of weeks, state officials have been reporting that outbreaks among college students could pose a danger to Colorado's ability to...

Last call restrictions loosened, but industry group wants them lifted

Bars in some areas of the state with low COVID-19 transmission are now allowed to serve alcohol until midnight under an executive order that...

Here’s how counties can move between COVID-19 restriction levels

Two days after the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment created a new "dial" framework to set thresholds for different levels of COVID-19...

Colorado Democrats make case for Biden to veterans

Following the publication of a report in The Atlantic that President Donald Trump disparaged military service members, the campaign of Joe Biden has wasted...

How to know when a COVID-19 vaccine is safe

In normal times, vaccine safety is easily recognized. These aren’t normal times. Despite robust science, public trust of a COVID-19 vaccine is at an all-time...

COVID exodus fills vacation towns with new medical pressures

The staff at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is accustomed to the number of patients tripling or even quadrupling each summer when wealthy Manhattanites flee...

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