Cinemark To Reopen Fort Collins Theater On Aug. 14, Tickets On Sale NowCinemark Theatres will reopen a move theater in Fort Collins next Friday.
Restaurants, Bars Experience Drop In Revenue During 10 P.M. Last Call MandateRestaurants and bars are noticing a drop in revenue since Gov. Jared Polis ordered alcohol service to end at 10 p.m.
Longmont Man Recovers From Coronavirus After Receiving Convalescent Blood PlasmaThe FDA is asking people who have survived COVID-19 to donate their blood plasma, if they qualify. It is needed to treat those who are now suffering from coronavirus.
Loveland Ski Area Offers 130-Day Season GuaranteeLoveland Ski Area said its offering a coronavirus reopening plan with a 130-day ski season guarantee.
Pat Bowlen Family Feud Trial Pushed Back From September To 2021The Denver Broncos ownership trial that was supposed to begin next month has been pushed back to next year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
$100 For A Six-Pack Of Fat Tire? New Belgium Sets Special Rate To Bring Awareness To Climate ChangeThe $100 price tag reflects what beer could cost in 50 years if more isn't done to combat climate change.
Colorado Department Of Labor Sees Fewer Claims This Week, Increases Fraud Unit StaffIn Colorado, more than 14,000 people applied for unemployment benefits last week.
JBS Plant Employees' Union Demands Hazard PayThe meat plant JBS announced plans to invest $5 million to help Greeley's coronavirus pandemic response. This comes as the employees' union claims the plant wasn't properly compensating employees.
Spend $25, Get $25 Gift Card For 'Dine Out To Help Cherry Creek'There's an opportunity to help local restaurants on Wednesday. It's called Dine Out to Help Cherry Creek.
Flower Farm Pivots, Plants Produce This Year To Help During Coronavirus PandemicA family in Arvada is stepping up to help their community face the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic by changing the business model of their urban farm from flowers to food.
Trouble In Tiny Town: 'This Place Needs The Sound Of Children'For more than 100 years it has entertained Colorado families, but this summer it’s quiet.
Frontier Notifies 1,484 Employees Of Potential FurloughFrontier Airlines sent notices of potential furloughs to approximately 35% of its pilots and flight attendants on Friday.
Restaurants In Colorado Continue To Struggle, According To New SurveyA new survey of Colorado restaurants indicates 95% of them say sales are down compared to 2019.
Vacant Properties Transform Into Opportunities In Denver HighlandsThree vacant properties in Denver’s Highlands neighborhood have been transformed into a vibrant interactive experience, with new opportunities for artists and small business owners.
'I Feel My Government Has Completely Failed Me': Thousands Waiting On Unemployment BenefitsIn fact, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment says of the 664,532 unemployment claims filed since mid-March, there are still 223,298 claims still pending. But the CDLE says that's the lowest number since April.