Community Testing Sites Serving Those Most Impacted By COVID-19Officials say offering testing at smaller sites in the community helps those most impacted by the coronavirus. And the city says more sites will be added. 
500,000 Coloradans Opt To Have Phone Tracked For COVID-19 Exposure NotificationMore than 500,000 Coloradans have opted in on a service that tracks your cell phone and notifies you if you've been near someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
Snow And Smoke: New Photos Of CSU Mountain Campus Show Cameron Peak Fire Smoldering Despite Snow On The GroundEven with 15 inches of snow on the ground, the Cameron Peak Fire continues to put up smoke.
Stanley Marketplace Businesses Say They'll Stay Open Under Whatever COVID Restrictions Are NecessaryBusinesses at the Stanley Marketplace began operating under new restrictions Wednesday as Adams County entered Safer at Home Level 3 because of rising cases of COVID-19.
Citywide Curfew: Pueblo Will Be Under 10 P.M. Curfew After Spike In COVID-19 CasesThe entire City of Pueblo will be under a 10 p.m. curfew for the next two weeks, in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. 
Westminster Public Schools Will Go Fully Remote For Two Weeks Amid Rise In COVID CasesCases are rising steadily in Adams County, and the increase is prompting Westminster Public Schools to make a change. The district will transition to full remote learning for two weeks.
Cyclist's Camera Captures Image Of Hummer Driver Who Struck Him In Aurora And Took OffA hit and run in Aurora was caught on camera. Now the Aurora Police Department needs the public’s help locating the suspect.
How Colorado's COVID Is Spreading: Commerce City Family Handles Four CasesSeven people who live in a home in Commerce City are trying to deal with an outbreak of COVID-19 in their home -- four have tested positive for the virus.
For The First Time In 6 Weeks, Colorado Drought Stops Worsening!Considering how bad the drought situation in Colorado had become, the fact it didn't get worse after the recent snow is probably the best possible outcome.
Rescue Crews Build Fire To Warm Up Injured Hiker During Operation Near TellurideRescue crews west of Telluride worked hard to save a 70-year-old man who hurt himself while hiking in snowy conditions.
State To Pay $375 To Qualifying Coloradans In One-Time Stimulus CheckThe state of Colorado announced it will pay qualified Coloradans $375 in an effort to curb the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
VIDEO: Hummer Driver Hits Cyclist, Gets Out To Look, Then LeavesThe cyclist was wearing a body camera and captured clear images of the driver and the vehicle's distinctive wheels.
Weld County Man Faces Up To 240 Years In Prison After Injuring Deputy With Shotgun BlastA Weld County man faces between 80 and 240 years in prison after being found guilty of multiple charges.
Business Owners In Grand Lake Face Setbacks Due To East Troublesome FireBusiness owners in Grand Lake have returned to town and are dealing with the aftermath of the East Troublesome Fire.
Denver Teacher Worries About Student Regression During Renews COVID-19 RestrictionsNew COVID-19 restrictions in the City of Denver prompted Denver Public Schools to switch some students back to remote learning.