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Black women find healing (but sometimes racism, too) in the outdoors

It would be the last hike of the season, Jessica Newton had excitedly posted on her social media platforms. With mild weather forecast and...

Nearly 100 recommendations from Colorado’s audit office have yet to be...

Every year, Colorado’s independent audit office issues hundreds of requests to state agencies who are out of compliance with state or federal laws. But...

Vaccines won’t significantly affect COVID-19 hospitalizations for ‘several months’

As of Jan. 7, 154,271 Coloradans had received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech or the vaccine...

U.S. district judge orders El Paso County jail to strengthen COVID-19...

A U.S. district judge on Monday ordered the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office to strengthen COVID-19 protections for incarcerated people at the county jail. The...

‘Different than anything we’ve seen before’: What Colorado experts know about...

When Sara Sawyer read that there was a new variant of the coronavirus rapidly spreading around the United Kingdom recently, she wasn’t surprised. For...

Here are Colorado Newsline’s top 10 stories of 2020

To say that our tiny newsroom of four has been busy the past six months would be an understatement. Since we launched at the...

COVID-19 hospitalizations are down in Colorado but still far above summer...

Though Colorado’s COVID-19 hospitalizations have declined significantly in the last few weeks, the state is still months away from getting its case numbers back...

Coloradans share their COVID-19 vaccine experiences

Luke Gloystein doesn't treat COVID-19 patients, but he was one of the first Coloradans to receive the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech. On...

Many US health experts underestimated the coronavirus … until it was...

A year ago, while many Americans were finishing their holiday shopping and finalizing travel plans, doctors in Wuhan, China, were battling a mysterious outbreak...

Inmates were scrubbed from Colorado’s vaccination plan. Where does that leave...

The arrival of the COVID-19 vaccine has brought hope to many Coloradans, especially those who have loved ones incarcerated in the state’s correctional facilities. A...

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