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Coronavirus Update: Aurora YMCA Blood Drive Hopes To Help Restock Blood SupplyDuring medical crises, one thing doctors always need plenty of is blood.
Coronavirus Update: Positive Cases Up By 246 In ColoradoThe number of positive coronavirus cases in Colorado ticked up slightly on March 29 to 2,307 -- up from 2,061 on Saturday.
Colorado High County Parking Lots Continue To Fill Up During Coronavirus PandemicSigns are posted warning people to not park along Loveland and Berthoud Passes, but that’s not stopping a lot of people from packing into parking lots, making social distancing a challenge.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Activists Want Controversial Reservoir's Public Meetings PostponedPlans for damming a section of the Poudre River northwest of Fort Collins to create a reservoir advanced another step Wednesday with Larimer County's approval of a permit application.
Coronavirus In Colorado: YMCA Of Metro Denver Offering Free ChildcareThe YMCA of Metro Denver announced free full day childcare for first responders, medical professionals and essential employees.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Bustang & Outrider Services SuspendedThe Colorado Department of Transportation is suspending its Bustang and Outrider service as of Sunday.
Douglas County Teachers Create Face Shields For Sky Ridge Health Care WorkersTeachers at Castle View, Legend, Mountain Vista and Rock Canyon High Schools came together to make personal protective equipment for Sky Ridge Medical Center.
Who's Hiring?: Colorado Grocery Stores Hope To Hire Thousands During Coronavirus PandemicThe grocery store industry is still aggressively looking to hire employees in Colorado during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus In Colorado: PPE Donation Drives Aim To Help Colorado Springs Medical WorkersProject C.U.R.E. held a personal protective equipment drive on Sunday to help supply Colorado's health care workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Weld Deputies Discover Firecrackers Wrapped Around Home's Gas LineWeld County Sheriff's Office deputies found a gas meter wrapped with firecrackers last week while looking over a property in search of evidence. 
Adams 12 Staff & Teachers Reach Out To Students: 'We Are In This Together'Teachers and staff within Adams 12 Five Star Schools are making sure their students know they are missed during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Colorado To Get More Funding As A 'Major Disaster Area'President Donald Trump approved a request by Gov. Jared Polis to declare a major disaster for Colorado.
Colorado Pediatric Clinic Offers At-Home Visits To Help Stop Spread Of CoronavirusAs COVID-19 cases spread across our state, pediatricians are having to rethink how they operate.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Denver Water Suspending Shut-Offs Due To Late PaymentsDenver Water wants its customers to know they suspended all water shut-offs due to late payments.
Moose Euthanized After Breckenridge Woman Seriously InjuredA local woman was rushed to the hospital Saturday evening after a moose stomped her in a Peak Seven neighborhood. 
Coronavirus Update: Boys & Girls Clubs Offer Free Daycare To Health Care Workers & First RespondersIn an effort to help first responders and medical professionals during the coronavirus pandemic the Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer and Weld Counties will offer free daycare for many children.
Denver Weather: Turning Cloudy With Scattered Showers Tonight Into MondayA weak weather system spinning over Nevada will move into Colorado later today.
Coronavirus In Colorado: 13 More Deaths Reported By State Health DepartmentThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reports 44 Coloradans have died from the coronavirus (COVID-19), up from 31 on Friday.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Despite Drive-Thru Drives, Call For PPE Grows In ColoradoMany donation drives have been set up trying to collect supplies for medical professionals on the front lines battling COVID-19.
Golden Tech Company Hiring During Coronavirus PandemicA fleet of robotic vehicles is being engineered to automate the work being done at stock yards.
Coronavirus Survey: Majority Of Coloradans 'Very Concerned' About COVID-19The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment conducted a survey on nearly 45,000 Coloradans to ask how they feel about coronavirus (COVID-19).
Colorado Jobless Claims Breaking Records During Coronavirus PandemicWith federal help, Colorado and other states are preparing to expand unemployment benefits for workers displaced by the coronavirus.
Nonprofit Food Truck Helps Feed Impoverished Coloradans During Coronavirus PandemicAn Arvada nonprofit food truck is going above and beyond to help others during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Absence Of High County Tourists Helping Mountain HospitalsThe absence of tourists has meant lower-than usual patient numbers in hospitals in Colorado's mountain communities.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Denver Sheriff Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19The Denver Sheriff Department said Saturday an employee tested positive for the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Popular Arvada Bar Sells Rarest Bourbon To Pay EmployeesThe Bluegrass Lounge has come up with several different ways to keep making money including unloading it’s prized collection of rare whiskeys.
Coronavirus In Colorado: 2 ICE Employees At Aurora Facility Test Positive For COVID-19The ICE Detention Facility in Aurora reports two personnel tested positive for coronavirus.
Distilleries Donate Loads Of Hand Sanitizer To First RespondersSeveral local distilleries have stepped up to help local first responders by making and donating hand sanitizer to help combat coronavirus.
Denver Weather: Mostly Sunny Saturday Ahead, But Windy At TimesThere will be an ongoing chance for scattered snow showers in the mountains.
‘Monumental Effort’: Army Corps Scouring Colorado For 8,000 Beds For Coronavirus PatientsTeams from the Army Corps have fanned out across Colorado since Monday, quickly assessing vacant hospitals, college dorms and hotels, to see if they could quickly be retrofitted into alternative care facilities for coronavirus patients.