UCHealth Connects With Spanish-Speaking Patients To Promote COVID Vaccine EquityIn an effort to promote vaccine equity, UCHealth repurposed the roles of many interpreters to better reach marginalized communities.
Check Out The Progress With DIA's Great Hall ProjectThe Great Hall Project continues at Denver International Airport. DIA shared the images which show the work in progress.
Denver Restaurant Week Moved To Spring With Outdoor Dining In MindFoodies in Denver will be able to enjoy a slightly different Denver Restaurant Week this year.
Broomfield Businesses Welcome More Customers Under Level BlueBroomfield is the first Denver metro area county to move to Level Blue on the state’s COVID-19 dial.
New Bill Would Allow Alcohol Takeout And Delivery IndefinitelyA new bill introduced in the Colorado House of Representatives would allow restaurants to continue takeout and delivery of alcoholic beverages indefinitely. The regulation is set to expire on July 1st.
Coloradans Turn To Facebook As State's Unemployment Software ImprovesBetween two phases of the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment’s new software for unemployment insurance, more than 300,000 people have been able to sign up with more than half a billion dollars being distributed.
Elitch Gardens Set To Open This Spring With COVID ProtocolsElitch Gardens is planning to reopen this spring. The theme and water park was closed for all of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
RTD Expected To Transform Some Park-N-Ride Lots Into Affordable HousingThe Regional Transportation District estimates ridership has dropped about 70% as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Ranch Gets Some Improvements After Operating As Coronavirus Alternative Care SiteThe Budweiser Events Center at The Ranch in Loveland is getting ready to reopen to the public. The Ranch complex was set up as an alternative care site for coronavirus cases.
Can'd Aid Teams Up With Oskar Blues To Help Crisis In TexasA Colorado brewery is switching from canning beer to canning water to help with the crisis in Texas. Can'd Aid, a local nonprofit, and the Oskar Blues facility in Longmont teamed up for relief efforts.
Social Security Numbers Among Data Threatened In Kroger Data BreachKroger said the breach did not affect Kroger stores' IT systems or grocery store systems or data.
Colorado Attorney General Shuts Down COVID Vaccination Appointment SiteA company offering appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations has been ordered to take down its vaccination scheduling site by the Colorado Attorney General because the company, Vitae Care, hasn't been approved.
Phase 2 Of Federal Unemployment Benefits Starts This Weekend For 289,000 ColoradansThe Colorado Department of Labor and Employment announced Thursday they’d start phase two a few days ahead of schedule on Saturday.
Colorado Company's Products Are On Earth And Now: MarsMany of the workers at the Air Squared in Broomfield came together Thursday to watch the grand arrival of the Perseverance Rover on Mars.
COVID In Colorado: Economy Suffers As Pandemic Drags OnColorado has one of the highest unemployment rates in the country at 8.4%, but many officials believe the only way to bring the number down is through vaccination, fewer COVID cases and reduction of pandemic restrictions.