Mishandled bodies, mixed-up remains prompt tougher funeral home regulations

The incidents, which led to criminal charges, sparked public outrage and traumatized families already coping with grief. But they also highlighted the state’s lax regulation of the funeral industry.

Adults with disabilities segregated in Colorado nursing homes, federal government says in lawsuit

Adults with disabilities are segregated in Colorado nursing homes, according to allegations in lawsuit filed by the federal government.

Western ‘Zoom Towns’ Take Aim at Short-Term Rentals

Voters in eight separate Colorado mountain towns recently passed various local option sales taxes and lodging taxes on short-term rentals, the proceeds of which are aimed at addressing housing shortages.