Colorado Senators Pass COVID Relief Bill As State GOP Leaders Blast PassageColorado Senators John Hickenlooper and Michael Bennet praised the passage of a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill on Saturday morning.
COVID In Colorado: National Jewish Administers Johnson & Johnson VaccineThis past year has been hard for her trying to avoid catching COVID-19 while still making a living.
Coloradans Receive Second COVID Dose: 'People Are Really Excited'Another, 5,000 Coloradans received their second dose of the coronavirus vaccine at the National Western Stock Show Complex on Saturday.
COVID In Summit County One Year Later: 'Felt Like Everything Was Ending'Everyone marks the beginning of the pandemic a little differently.
'Coming Back To Normalcy': Coloradans Take In Live Music AgainA seven piece Allman Brothers tribute band named the “Other Brothers” was wafting its sounds out of Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom and across Welton Street Friday night in Five Points.
Colorado Day Of Remembrance Honors Those Who Lost Their Lives To COVIDFriday marked one year since the first confirmed COVID-19 case in Colorado. People across the state paid their respects to the nearly 6,000 Coloradans who have lost their lives to the potentially deadly virus over the past 12 months.
Girl Scout Delivers Homemade 'Ear Savers' To Elementary Students For More Comfortable Mask WearingStudents at a Denver school with a focus on deaf and hard-of-hearing students are going to have an easier and more comfortable way to wear their masks thanks to another kid they don’t even know. Ten-year-old Juliette Hoffman delivered 100 homemade ear savers to Carson Elementary School this week.
A Year After COVID Death, Mike Farley's Family Mourns Lost OpportunitiesMike Farley, 87, was one of Denver's earliest COVID deaths. An attorney who was known as a humanitarian and artist, who fought for those less fortunate, passed away from COVID-19 on March 23, 2020.
COVID In Clear Creek County: No Hesitation About Johnson & Johnson Vaccine At ClinicThey lined up in Dumont in Clear Creek County to get jabbed in the arm. They were among the first in Colorado to get Janssen, the new single-dose vaccination.
COVID In Colorado: Grocery Workers Become Eligible For VaccineGrocery store workers are part of the nearly 958,000 Coloradans who became eligible for the vaccine Friday.
Forget About The Candles And Dark Room, Meditation Is All About Practicing AwarenessPerhaps you’re among the many who’ve been recommended to try meditation to ease your mind but aren’t sure where to begin or if you’re doing it correctly. You’re certainly not alone.
JBS Employees Get COVID Vaccines Months After 6 Die From Outbreak At Greeley PlantNearly 2,600 employees at JBS USA meatpacking plant in Greeley were paid to get their COVID-19 vaccines on Friday, with potentially 500 more ready to get their shot on Saturday.
WWII-Era Planes Participate In Flyover For Day Of RemembranceWorld War II-era planes participated in a flyover of the state Capitol on Friday afternoon.
COVID In Denver: Vaccine Focus Continues In Underserved CommunitiesAs the state rolls out more doses of the COVID vaccine, the City of Denver is opening up more community vaccination sites to make sure underserved communities have equal access, including a one-time site at the Auraria Campus on March 7.
Denver Public Schools Aims For Fewer COVID Restrictions After Spring BreakDenver Public Schools is hopeful that middle and high schools will soon be able to operate in a way that will feel much closer to what students and families are used to.
COVID In Colorado: Providers To Open Vaccine Clinics In Underserved AreasThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is expanding outreach programs to make sure everyone who is eligible has a chance to sign up for the COVID-19 vaccine.