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State paid nearly $5 million for injured youth corrections staff since 2013

Last Updated by Lori Jane Gliha on

In 2016, youth corrections staff members received workers' compensation payouts totaling more than $1 million as a result of being “struck or injured” by a fellow worker, patient, or other person while working within the state’s youth corrections system.

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Common Virus, Silent Killer

Last Updated by Marybel Gonzalez on

CMV is a common virus, yet few report knowing about it. The virus can be life-threatening to newborn babies and there are few, if any, treatments.

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How eliminating federal funding for public broadcasting would harm Colorado

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At just $1.35 per citizen annually per year, or .01 percent of the federal budget, public broadcasting is one of America’s best investments – and benefits all Coloradans.

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South Side A Cappella Group Scores Viral Facebook Hit

South Side A Cappella Group Scores Viral Facebook Hit

Durell Jones said he and the other members of The Remedy support their families by sing...

Washington Week Extra: Colorado Edition - Swing-State Issues

Washington Week Extra: Colorado Edition - Swing-State Issues

Colorado voters ask our panel questions about Clinton's likeability and debate moderators.

Rauner, Kirk Criticize Trump For Language

Rauner, Kirk Criticize Trump For Language

Prominent Illinois Republicans distanced themselves from Donald Trump Monday. Both Gov....

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