With the first COVID-19 vaccine now authorized for adolescents, ages 12 and up, a big question looms: Will students be required to get the vaccine before returning to their classrooms in the fall?
Tensions ran high in Colorado's House of Representatives on Thursday during a marathon debate over the state's public option bill.
Wyoming's ambulance services have reached a state of emergency as funding in many counties dries up.
Oklahoma is no longer under a pandemic-related state of emergency.
A controversy involving teachers unions, the White House and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance on reopening schools has sparked an inquiry from Congressional Republicans.
Sugar isn't necessarily bad for you - but excess added sugar can be.
Two vaccines - the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in the U.S. and the AstraZeneca vaccine in Europe - have been linked to an increased chance of a rare type of blood clot.
Lamar Community College (LCC) will honor its graduating nursing students during the Nurse Pinning ceremony.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis amended the state's mask order, relaxing some indoor mask requirements for public places.
A reader asks if vegan alternatives to iron pills will help with iron deficiency anemia.