Updated: 1:37 AM
- The Mesa County Health Department has acquired a new IUD birth control device that will cost the department less money. This will allow them to better tackle unplanned and teen pregnancy rates.
Updated: 1:39 AM
- Colorado's largest supplier of public drinking water in Denver is in the middle of a debate over how much fluoride – if any – should be put into its delivery system after the federal government announced new standards in April. One city in the Western Slope is still debating whether or not to add it to it's water.
Updated: 1:42 AM
- The last month of summer is approaching and today’s National Heatstroke Prevention Day is reminding people across the country about what precautions they can take to help protect themselves and their loved ones from overheating.
- A Colorado man accused in the 2012 beating death of his Utah girlfriend is expected stand trial later this year, but a defense attorney says the court date may be scrapped after new evidence is reviewed.
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