Aguilar Becomes First Area In Colorado Where Kids Are Returning To ClassroomsThe town of Aguilar welcomed students back to the classroom on Monday.
COVID-19 Concert: Students Test Skills In Livestream PerformancePlaying for and empty bar probably isn’t summer performance Seven Greaves and Devonte Brunson were envisioning.
Architect Changes Hospitals And Himself After Surviving Rare CancerAs he spent more time in cancer treatment, his work became more patient-centered. He even gave the radiation vaults at St. Joseph Hospital celestial ceilings.
Colorado Mobile Prosthetics Company Thrives During the PandemicWhile many businesses are struggling to stay afloat during the pandemic, there is one that has actually expanded.
Some Disagree With Mask Mandate At Windsor Youth Sports FacilityThe Larimer County Health and Environment Department is monitoring a youth sports facility in Windsor.
Tiny Baby Goes Home After Rare Tumor Removed In Rare ProcedureA family in Montrose is thrilled to finally have their baby girl home from Children's Hospital Colorado. Ella Kay Tobler was born 13 weeks early so doctors could remove a rare, 4-pound tumor from her tailbone.
Littleton School Officials Say Restart Plan Could Change In Mid-AugustLittleton Public Schools plans to update their back to school plan on Aug. 13, after reevaluating COVID-19 data.
Denver Issues Citations For Failure To Wear Face MasksDenver Mayor Michael Hancock said the City and County of Denver has issued about two dozen citations in relation to the face covering mandate.
CDPHE: 91% Of Colorado Kindergartners Vaccinated Against Measles, Mumps & RubellaColorado health officials are working to increase vaccination rates in the state.
Colorado National Guard Sets Milestone With Coronavirus TestingThis week brought a milestone in coronavirus testing. The Colorado National Guard has tested more than 20,000 people in Colorado at 122 testing sites.
Restaurants In Colorado Continue To Struggle, According To New SurveyA new survey of Colorado restaurants indicates 95% of them say sales are down compared to 2019.
Boulder Teen Evan Blecher Putting His World Record Rubik's Cube Skills To Use Raising $$ For Those Affected By COVID-19A 14-year-old Guinness World Record holder is putting his unique talents to use helping those who have been affected by the coronavirus.
'It's Not Worth It': Fairview HS Teacher Warns Against In-Person Learning After Battling COVID-19
'Everybody Is Scared': Teacher Hopes To Provide The Best Education PossibleWith three weeks before school starts, teachers like Autumn Jones say they’re putting aside a long list of concerns with coronavirus and preparing to provide the best education possible.
Adams County School Districts Commit To COVID-19 Testing For TeachersThree Adams County school districts are committing to provide COVID-19 testing for all teachers and staff this fall.
CSU Shuts Down Rams Football Practice, Workouts After 8 Players Test Positive For CoronavirusWeeks before the college football season was scheduled to begin, Colorado State University has already shut down all Rams Football practices, workouts and meetings amid an outbreak of coronavirus.