Colorado Business Was Helping Companies Switch To Remote Workspaces Long Before The PandemicWorking From Home is one of the major trends in 2020 that came from the COVID-19 pandemic and has continued into the new year.
COVID In Colorado: Unemployment Benefits System Offline For Next 5 DaysThe Colorado Department of Labor and Employment system for unemployment benefits is going to be offline for the next 5 days.
COVID In Colorado: RTD Continues With Second Round Of LayoffsRTD will announce a second round of layoffs this week. The public transit company is facing a massive budget shortfall due to the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID In Denver: Clyfford Still Museum Reopens With Advance Ticket Sales, Capacity RestrictionsThe Clyfford Still Museum in Denver is once again welcoming visitors back after reopening Tuesday
Hayden Power Plant To Close As Part Of Xcel Energy Plan To Reduce Carbon EmissionsXcel originally scheduled the shutdown of the plant years later. Seventy-five workers are currently employed there.
COVID In Denver: Live Music Returns As Level Red Counties Move Into Level OrangeAs dozens of counties in Colorado moved from Level Red to Level Orange, the easing of restrictions was welcome relief for workers and patrons at one of Denver’s first live concerts.
COVID In Colorado: Businesses Breathe Easier As Level Red Counties Move To Level OrangeBusinesses in more than 30 counties in Colorado have been seeing red, now the COVID-19 dial has moved to Level Orange due to improving statistics regarding the spread of the coronavirus.
COVID In Summit County: Move To Level Orange Raises Questions About Five Star CertificationColorado’s move to Level Orange from Level Red on Monday, while positive, has created questions when it comes to the state's 5 Star State Certification Program, specifically for the restaurant industry.
COVID In Denver: Mile High Station Hosts Live Music Performances At Just 25% CapacityWhile industry experts tell CBS4 they expect many venues and businesses will be unable to open right away, some gave it a try Monday.
Denver Motor Vehicle Offices To Reopen All Locations On TuesdayDenver Motor Vehicle offices will continue in-person services at all locations beginning Tuesday. The branches closed before Thanksgiving due to a surge in COVID-19 cases.
'Weird Controversy': Coffee Shop Owner Shares Mixed Feelings About Easing COVID-19 RestrictionsLocally-owned business Roostercat Coffee House is being impacted by the changes to the COVID restrictions in Denver.
CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida Believes Move To Level Orange Will Reduce Pandemic FatigueColorado allowed all businesses in counties at the red level on the COVID-19 dial to operate at orange levels. CBSN Denver's Makenzie O'Keefe talked with CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida about the timing of the move.
Arapahoe County Scrambles To Prepare For 'Welcome' Downshift From Red To Orange On Colorado COVID DialColorado counties like Arapahoe County have been busy trying to get ready for their big change on the state's COVID restriction dial.
'Incredible Experience': More Life Poured Into Town Pump, Emotional Owner Thanks CommunityThe Town Pump, a staple of Old Town Fort Collins for more than 112 years, received more than $80,000 in donations in just two days of fundraising on GoFundMe.
Five Star Program That Some Restaurant Owners Say Is Keeping Them Afloat Could Soon Be Approved In DenverThe City and County of Denver has applied for Colorado’s Five Star Certification program.