Denver Auditor Plans Audit Of DIA's Great Hall ProjectDenver Auditor Tim O'Brien plans to launch an audit into Denver International Airport's troubled Great Hall construction project.
Despite Colorado Law, Many Essential Employees At Stores In Arapahoe County Still Not Wearing MasksCBS4 Investigates found several employees at two local Home Depots not wearing masks while helping customers.
Denver Health CEO On Timing Of Bonuses: 'I Am Deeply Sorry'Denver Health Medical Center CEO Robin Wittenstein on Monday apologized to the hospital's 7,000 employees for the timing of incentive bonuses that were handed out to executives and managers
Denver Councilman Calls Hospital Bonuses ‘Disgraceful’Chris Hinds said handing out millions in performance bonuses to Denver Health Medical Center administrators and executives in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic was “disgraceful.”
Denver Health Executives Get Bonuses 1 Week After Workers Asked To Take CutsTop executives at Denver Health received significant bonuses one week after frontline hospital workers were asked to voluntarily take leave or reduce their hours.
Colorado Hospitals Told To Discontinue Use Of Hydroxychloroquine On Coronavirus PatientsA senior medical director for a nationwide health care delivery company who lives in Colorado is now recommending his hospital doctors not use hydroxychloroquine.
Exclusive: Gov. Polis Could Significantly Increase Coronavirus Testing With A Simple Rule ChangeA private lab in Colorado Springs could significantly increase COVID-19 testing capacity in Colorado if Gov. Polis would make a simple administrative change.
'I Just Feel Violated': Burglaries On The Rise Across Denver Metro AreaIn Arvada, homeowner Sarah Burgett says a thief stole $20,000 worth of merchandise from her garage while she and her family were sleeping upstairs in the early morning hours on Easter Sunday.
Thousands Of Denver Metro Area Students Still Not Participating In Remote LearningThere are still thousands of students around the metro who haven't been engaging in remote learning. In Brighton 27J alone, schools across the district have been unable to contact 1,866 students. 
‘We Will See More Deaths’: Colorado Doctor On Opening Economy Too SoonAs citizens and politicians in Colorado and around the nation debate when to lift stay-at-home orders, a Colorado public health expert says reopening the state’s economy now “will cost people their lives.”
'People Are Very Fearful': Mental Health Seminar Draws 13,000 ColoradansAn administrator at the Aurora Mental Health Center was was surprised by how many people participated in a telephone town hall on mental and public health.
New Coronavirus Hospital Discharge Data Shows Stay-At-Home Order Flattening The Curve"The rate of the number of cases is decreasing. There’s still more cases, but the rate of increase has decreased, and the rate of discharge is increasing," explained Dr. Richard Zane, UCHealth's Chief Innovation Officer and Head of Emergency Medicine. "So, that’s great news.”
Coronavirus Study: One Million 'Citizen Scientists' WantedThe only qualifications for becoming a 'Citizen Scientist' are being over 18 and owning a smartphone.
'Goggles For Docs': Your Used Ski Gear Can Help Frontline Workers Fighting CoronavirusChristy Sports stores are collecting used ski goggles to pass along to doctors and nurses who are lacking personal protective equipment, or PPE.
Colorado Emergency Room Visits Drop During Coronavirus Pandemic: Some Health Care Workers See Pay CutsWith stay at home orders in place, there are few car accidents and few of the common mishaps that would typically bring patients to the emergency rooms. Doctors say the drop is also fueled by a fear of coming to an emergency room and contracting coronavirus.