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Denver Public Schools Announces Learning Changes Amid New Level 3 RestrictionsDenver Public Schools reacted to the city and county's latest announcement in moving to Level 3 of Safer At Home restrictions.
Denver Climbing Gym Owner Calls On Leaders To 'Use The Data'Fifteen-year-old Finn Phillips is on a youth climbing team at Ubergrippen Indoor Climbing Gym in Denver. It’s been his only physical outlet during quarantine.
New Colorado Restaurant Hopes To Thrive Amid Tighter Coronavirus RestrictionsThe Bluegrass Lounge, a popular staple in Olde Town Arvada, will open a second location in the Candelas neighborhood in northwest Arvada.
Aaron Pelto Accused Of Embezzling $872,000 From Greeley BusinessA recently laid-off employee is accused of embezzling more than $872,000 from a Greeley business.
'I Don't Even Recognize Myself': Coloradans Share COVID-19 Survivor StoriesAs coronavirus cases rise in Colorado, Gov. Jared Polis provided an update on the state’s response to the pandemic Tuesday afternoon.
Colorado Nursing Homes Fear PPE Levels Could Get LowerColorado Public Interest Research Group is sounding the alarm about low levels of PPE at assisted living facilities.  
East Troublesome Fire: Snow Helps Stop Growth, Slows Effort To Check On HomesOfficials urged evacuees to be patient, saying the snowstorm has really helped stop the spread of the East Troublesome Fire, but it is making things more difficult for crews trying to assess the damage to homes.
Denver Moves To Safer At Home Level 3 'High Risk' As Coronavirus Cases Continue To RiseAs coronavirus cases continue to rise in Denver, there will be more restrictions impacting restaurants and retail spaces as well as large group gatherings.