'Exciting, But Daunting': Denver Restaurants Invited To Apply To Open PatiosThe City of Denver is taking applications from restaurants wanting to expand outdoor seating options for when the state allows businesses to start accepting dine-in customers again.
'Porch Portraits': Photographer Teams Up With Families To Capture Life During IsolationWhen Tania Peterman's business was hit because of COVID-19, she decided to start a new project, snapping photos of families and high school graduates from the safe confines of the front porch.
Colorado Businessman Creates 'Social Stick USA,' Which Helps Others Stay 6 Feet AwayA Colorado businessman created a product to help people practice social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Small Changes Can Reduce Work-From-Home Risks During Colorado Safer-At-Home OrderCOVID-19 concerns have transformed the traditional workspace, leaving many employers with new risks. 
Crane For DIA's Great Hall Project Blocks Doors, Sidewalks On Level 6Crews have installed a big crane at Denver International Airport. The crane is on the east side of Level 6 as part of the construction for the Great Hall Construction project.
No In-Person Boulder Creek Festival This Year, Instead It'll Be A 'Bazaar Times Virtual Marketplace'The city of Boulder wants to help keep its local businesses afloat.
Denver Taking Proposals From Restaurants & Bars Wanting To Reopen PatiosMayor Michael Hancock says the new plan would allow the establishments to at least welcome customers to their patios.
Kroger Ends 'Hero Pay' For King Soopers, City Market EmployeesThe parent company that owns King Soopers and City Market in Colorado has stopped offering "hero pay" to employees. That was a $2/hour temporary raise.
'There's Only One Bill To Prioritize -- Everything Else Is Negotiable': CBS Analyst Explains How To Navigate Outstanding Balances On Limited FundsJill Schlesinger, certified financial planner and CBS News business analyst, looks at how to devise a game plan for paying bills when money is tight.
Outdoor Dining Is 'Only Way' For Restaurants To Thrive, Polis SaysGov. Jared Polis said Monday that the "only way" for restaurants to thrive in the upcoming months will involve serving customers outside.
License Suspended: Rifle Restaurant, Shooters Grill, Now ClosedA restaurant in Rifle which opened against a cease and desist order had its license suspended.
Shooters Grill Moves Tables Outside To Serve Customers After Cease & Desist OrderAfter Shooter's Grill refused to shut down when its owner was served a cease and desist order, the restaurant moved outside. But that's still against the rules.
Yoga Studio Owners Anxious To Reopen Doors Amid Coronavirus UncertaintyOver the last seven years Josh Pearlman and his wife Beth have turned a small yoga studio in Evergreen into a thriving business. As with other small businesses in Colorado, the coronavirus pandemic has created a lot of uncertainty.
Waffle House Employee Told Police He Was Shot After Confronting Customer About Face MaskAn employee with the Waffle House in Aurora claims he was shot after confronting a customer for not wearing a face mask.
Plant Delivery Business Sprouts From Coronavirus ConcernsThe challenges of the pandemic planted a seed for a part-time gardener in Englewood.