KMGH: Colorado Authorities Are Cracking Down On Fake Vaccine Cards
A University of Denver law professor says he thinks the fake vaccine cards could be considered first degree forgery.
Study identifies key symptoms of long COVID
Researchers say roughly 1 in 3 COVID-19 patients have experienced long COVID.
COVID-fighting programs at risk due to debt disagreements
Republicans want to cut costs promised to help fight COVID now that the pandemic is over, but it's only a fraction of the $31.4 trillion debt limit.
Downtowns struggling to recover three years after the pandemic began
People might be moving to cities, but trends suggest they're not living downtown.
Here are Zillow's top 5 cities for recent college grads
Outdoor activities, nightlife and opportunities for employment all factored into the list.
Woman to get new car after Indy 500 tire damages hers
A tire flew hundreds of feet completely out of Indianapolis Motor Speedway and into the parking lot during Sunday's Indianapolis 500.
LGBTQ+ Pride Month kicks off with parties, parades, protests
June has been an important month for the LGBTQ+ rights movement since New York City's first Pride march on June 28, 1970.