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Gov. Jared Polis signed a $5.4 billion transportation package on Thursday , one he said will benefit the very stretch of road the outdoor signing ceremony took place under
During the pandemic, many school boards, city and state governments pivoted to using social media to broadcast their meetings. Now some are running into problems with Big Tech for spreading medical misinformation.
At any given time, thousands of Texas prisoners have been approved for parole but not yet released. At least 42 of those people died in the 12 months after the coronavirus first swept the state.
The 2022-2023 budget includes $34.2 billion for health and human services, second only to public education in appropriations.
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Click and listen to Luke talk a bit about hunting with big bore air rifles, a sport that is becoming more popular each year.
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What a big year 1971 was. Here, we break down the 50th anniversaries of some of the biggest health initiatives, some serious industry game-changers, and more.
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Real-time dashboard of COVID-19 cases across the globe.