Colorado is experiencing its worst season for whooping cough in more than six decades. Statewide 1,407 cases have been reported as of Dec. 8 - a number not seen since 1948.
State health officials are concerned about a growing pertussis epidemic in Colorado. To date, 1,026 cases of pertussis (commonly referred to as whooping cough) have been confirmed statewide.
You may have noticed the smoky skies. Fires burning in the Pacific Northwest have blanketed the Front Range in a smoky haze, keeping some Coloradans inside.
That's certainly a mouthful. I’m also insanely curious, because the Denver Post is reporting that one was stolen last week.
More parents are opting out of school immunizations for their kids, and Colorado is near the top of the list.