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ACLU Files Lawsuit Against Gov. Jared Polis Over Inmates Considered Vulnerable To CoronavirusThe American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado has filed a class action lawsuit against Gov. Jared Polis, accusing him of failing to further protect inmates considered medically vulnerable from coronavirus.
Bennett Barn Message 'AIR LIFE ROCKS!' Supports First Responders In The AirSince AirLife regularly flies over Kathy and Greg Sorge’s home, they decided to spell out a big thank you message on the roof of their barn.
Employee At Safeway Denver Distribution Center Dies From CoronavirusAn employee at the Safeway distribution center in Denver has died from coronavirus.
Coronavirus Recovery: UCHealth Nurse Released From Hospital After Weeks On VentilatorA nurse who worked on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic has been released from the hospital, after fighting the virus herself for more than six weeks.
HealthONE Experts Host Town Hall About Staying Healthy During Safer-At-Home Phase"One of the purposes of this town hall is to have a discussion about those (concerns). Get the facts out. Tell people what we know and more importantly what we don’t know so they don’t get false information,” said Doctor Reginald Washington, Chief Medical Officer for Rocky Mountain Children’s Hospital.
Welcome Home Parade Held For Denver Reverend Who Spent Weeks Battling CoronavirusFriends and family held a parade Wednesday for a Denver reverend who recently returned home after being hospitalized for COVID-19.
UnitedHealthcare Donates Dozens Of Bikes To Denver 5th GradersIn an effort to keep kids active this summer, UnitedHealthcare of Colorado donated a new bike and helmet to every 5th grader at Doull Elementary School.
Aurora Pilates Studio Holds Mix Of In-Person & Virtual ClassesAs small businesses continue to be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, one boutique fitness studio owner says small gyms shouldn’t be treated like one of the larger facilities.
Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Provide Paid Sick Days For Colorado WorkersOn Wednesday, Colorado lawmakers provided an overview of a newly introduced bill that would provide earned sick days to workers in the state.
Colorado Restaurants Have A Choice To Open For Dine-In Under New State GuidelinesAfter months of scraping by with takeout and delivery, many restaurants opened their doors for dine-in services on Wednesday, following the state’s new safety guidelines. 
More Patients Avoiding Hospital Visits In Colorado, 'Staying Home When They Shouldn't'UCHealth Highlands Ranch is normally bustling, but activity has slowed recently.
Rabid Bats Found In 2 Backyards In Boulder CountyThe two bats are the first to test positive for the disease in Boulder County this year.
Colorado Teen In Tuxedo Shows Up Excited For SurgeryA recent high school graduate went in for surgery a week ago at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children (RMHC).
Who Can Spread COVID-19?While an asymptomatic person can test positive for COVID-19, it’s possible they may not spread it.
Health Department: Keep Social Distancing To Protect Older ColoradansColorado's health department says we are meeting the goals for social distancing during the "Safer at Home" phase -- and reaffirmed that it is crucial to keep doing it to protect older residents.
Colorado Coronavirus Hospitalizations Dip Below 400 For First Time Since MarchFor the first time since March 30, the number of current hospitalizations in Colorado dipped below 400.
Veteran Dies From Coronavirus At Fitzsimmons VA Center On Memorial Day, Bringing Total To 15A 15th veteran has died from coronavirus at the Veterans Community Living Center at Fitzsimons. The veteran, who was not identified, passed away on Memorial Day.
Greeley Surgeon Fighting Coronavirus By Donating Antibody-Rich PlasmaEarly in the coronavirus crisis in Colorado, a doctor in Weld County saw the seriousness of the virus first hand.
Colorado Hospitals Watching For 'Little Surges' As State Starts To ReopenA month after Colorado transitioned to safer-at-home," the number of hospitalizations remain low.
Reopening Colorado: Governor Gives The OK For Restaurants To Have Dine-In Customers Starting WednesdayAfter weeks of only serving takeout during the coronavirus pandemic, restaurants will finally be allowed to offer dine-in service across the state.
Another COVID-19 Positive King Soopers Employee Who Worked In Denver DiesA second Kroger employee who worked at a King Soopers in Denver has died after contracting coronavirus.
Variance Request Approved For El Paso CountyA variance request for El Paso County to open restaurant dining rooms was approved by state health officials on Saturday.
Discrepency Over Coronavirus Death Continues Dispute At U.S. Postal Service Facility In DenverThe Denver Department of Health claims an employee at a U.S. Postal Service facility in Denver has died from coronavirus. The Postal Service said that is not true.
Unclear How Many MIS-C Cases There Are Among Children In ColoradoThe State of Colorado says there are three cases of MIS-C that have been treated at Children’s Hospital Colorado. CBS4 found out a fourth child was being treated this week at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children.
Nonprofit, A Little Help, Keeping Older Coloradans Safer At HomeAs older Coloradans are staying Safer at Home, they’re getting A Little Help from volunteers.
Colorado ER Nurse Kyle Mullica Returns From Treating Coronavirus Patients In Chicago JailAn emergency room nurse in Colorado is back home after fighting the coronavirus in one of the nation's hotspots: the Cook County Jail in Chicago.
More Than 600 Sign Up For 1st Day Of COVID-19 Testing At Pepsi CenterMore than 600 people signed up for coronavirus tests the first day Denver opened its free, drive-thru testing site at Pepsi Center.
'Zoom Cathedral' Helps Aurora Family With 15 Members Sickened By CoronavirusThe past few months have brought their trials for an Aurora couple, but faith has kept them grounded.
'Free, Easy, Quick': Gov. Jared Polis, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Team Up For Coronavirus TestingA free, drive-up coronavirus testing site will open at the parking lot of the Pepsi Center in Denver starting on Friday.
Colorado Health Care Worker Going To Navajo Nation To Fight CoronavirusA Colorado health care worker will start a new chapter in her career in what's considered one of the nation's worst coronavirus hot spots.