A mining company that wants to produce a collection of rare elements in southeast Nebraska has raised funds toward its goal of finding the $1.1 billion it needs to build the mine that has been in the works for decades.
Two bills focused on protecting blue collar workers passed the Colorado House, potentially paving the way to bolster the state's agricultural workforce and workers in other industries impacted by increasing automation.
A bill advancing in the Colorado legislature would encourage schools to begin teaching students lifesaving skills before graduation, but critics contend it’s little more than a “feel-good” measure devoid of vital requirements and funding.
St. Vincent Health opened a $26 million state-of-the-art hospital in Leadville, Colorado, in 2021. By the end of 2022, the health system needed cash bailouts from the state and Lake County to keep its doors open.
Lawyers for a man charged with killing 10 people at a Colorado supermarket in 2021 confirm he has schizophrenia, with one expert finding he was “approaching catatonia” before being moved to the state mental hospital for treatment.
Almost four years after becoming the first state to cap insulin copayments, Colorado may limit what consumers pay for epinephrine autoinjectors, also known as EpiPens, which treat serious allergic reactions.
A police detective says the 22-year-old accused of carrying out the deadly mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs in November ran a neo-Nazi website and used gay and racial slurs while gaming online.