Coronavirus In Colorado: Jeff Hopkins, El Paso County Sheriff's Deputy, Dies From COVID-19The law enforcement community in Colorado is in mourning Thursday as it was confirmed that a sheriff's deputy has died from the Coronavirus. Deputy Jeff Hopkins contracted the disease and died early Wednesday morning.
Coronavirus In Colorado: First Responders Getting $14M Federal GrantMore than $14 million in grant money has been allocated to Colorado public safety agencies.
Poudre School District Will Not Reopen This School YearThe Poudre School District announced Thursday that it would not reopen during the 2019-20 academic year.
Coronavirus In Colorado: 97 Deaths, 3,728 Cases Confirmed In The StateThe number of confirmed cases of coronavirus continues to increase in Colorado.
Coronavirus In Denver: Manager Of Business Cited 3 Different Times Explains Why It's Still OpenAppliance Factory on Zuni Street in Denver has been given three of the seven total citations issued citywide.
Denver Center For Performing Arts Cancels More Shows, Cuts StaffingDCPA officials say the cancellations are expected to result in a deficit of millions of dollars.
Racines Restaurant In Denver Closing Permanently In JanuaryRacines plans to reopen when possible -- and then close for good in January.
Coronavirus In Colorado: DIA Concerned Air Traffic Rebound Could Be 2-3 Years AwayDenver International Airport is offering a bleak outlook for when passenger traffic might return to normal levels, saying "the best experts in our industry are predicting a late 2022 or 2023 return to previous demand."
Coronavirus Outbreak: Colorado Legislature Can Resume Session After Public Health EmergencyThe Colorado Legislature can resume its regular session after taking a break because of COVID-19.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Fort Carson Soldiers Setting Up Field Hospital In SeattleSoldiers from Fort Carson's 627th Hospital Center are setting up a field hospital in Seattle.
New Law Gives More Financial Protection To Police And FirefightersA new law allows more flexibility for the Colorado Fire and Police Pension Association Board.
Creative Contest Could Put Your Kid's Design On ShoesContest encourages kids to design a shoe to share a message.
Senator Bennet Pushes White House For Utility AssistanceSen. Michael Bennet is among 28 senators pushing the White House to release $900 million to help low-income families pay their energy bills.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Food Pantry In Summit County Sees Tidal Wave Of NeedThose seeking out food for their families in Summit County began lining up outside the Family & Intercultural Resource Center an hour before the food pantry even opened on Thursday.
RTD Will Receive $232M From Federal Government Stimulus PackageRTD announced on Thursday they will get more than $232 million from the federal government. The money comes as part of the CARES Act, the record stimulus bill passed by Congress last week.