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Fight Between Passenger & American Airlines Flight Attendant Causes Flight To Be Diverted To Denver International AirportA fight between a passenger and a flight attendant caused an American Airlines flight heading from New York (JFK) to Santa Ana (SNA) to be diverted to Denver International Airport.
Some CU Boulder Students Believe This Halloween Won't Be As Problematic With COVID CasesThe University of Colorado Boulder is heading into the Halloween weekend benefitting from vaccine requirements for students and faculty. This fall, positive PCR tests for COVID infection are a fraction of last year’s totals.
Ball Arena & Paramount Theater To Require Proof Of Vaccination Or Negative COVID TestAfter months of capacity-limiting restrictions, fans jumped at the opportunity to get back in the stands. Brenda Parra was excited to be at a live show again.
Free Online Mental Health Services Now Available For Colorado Children Experiencing Anxiety & DepressionA program to offer free sessions with a mental health professional to kids is coming online as Colorado deals with a crisis of children experiencing anxiety, depression, and suicidal thoughts.
Colorado Actor Doubtful Of Blank Rounds Being Used In Film Production After Fatal Shooting On Set Of 'Rust'Among the actors in the cast of "Rust" is a man who spent much of his life Arvada. He had already been filmed on set in New Mexico and was in Colorado visiting his mother when a deadly shooting took place.
Many Colorado Doctors Ready To Use Anticipated FDA-Approved COVID Vaccine On Young ChildrenAs COVID-19 case numbers continue to climb in Colorado, doctors are hopeful that once the FDA gives emergency authorization to administer the vaccine to kids ages 5 to 11, the shot will help with the state’s transmission rates.
Jefferson County Seeing Uptick In Sexually Transmitted Infections Among Young People, Health Department SaysThe number of teenagers and young adults in Jefferson County contracting sexually transmitted infections is going up, health officials say.
Colorado Search & Rescue Groups Warn Hikers Against Relying Solely On Your Cellphone After Hiker Ignores CallsSearch and rescue crews say relying on your cellphone when you’re alone in the backcountry can be risky.