Some COVID-19 Testing Sites To Close For Weather MondayMultiple coronavirus testing sites in Colorado will be closed on Monday because of the weather and expected snowy driving conditions.
Coloradans Can Now Track COVID-19 Exposure Through Smartphone AppThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment officially launched a new service to fight the spread of COVID-19 in the Centennial State.
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman Tests Positive For COVID-19"I Have COVID-19," tweeted Aurora's mayor, Mike Coffman on Sunday morning.
Uptick In Summit County's Cases Partly Blamed On Larger GatheringsSummit County continues to see a rise in positive cases of COVID-19 and is now working with the state on a plan to avoid tighter restrictions. 
'Skyrocketing' COVID-19 Cases Prompt New Restrictions In Adams CountyHealth officials are implementing new restrictions in Adams County in response to an increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
New Colorado 'Safer At Home' Rules: Gatherings Limited To 10, From No More Than 2 Separate HouseholdsThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has changed its Safer at Home public health order to limit social gatherings.
Tracking COVID-19 Exposure In Colorado: Android And iPhone Users Will Be Asked To Opt In To New ServiceThe system that uses Bluetooth on people's phones to collect "tokens" when in contact with other phones -- like while sitting on a crowded bus.
Survey: Many Sports Fans Are Ready To Return To Indoor EventsThe highest number of regular eventgoers who would feel comfortable attending a game indoors is at 59 percent, with the arenas at 25 percent capacity.
Coloradans Should Be Aware Of Travel Restrictions: 'Flexibility Is The Name Of The Game'Travel restrictions for Colorado residents will require more planning and flexibility heading into the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, experts at AAA warn for those leaving the state by plane or car.
Colorado Appeals Federal Decision To Allow 2 Denver Metro Area Churches To Go Without Face Masks, Group LimitsThe State of Colorado is appealing a federal judge's decision to allow two Denver metro area churches to go without face masks or attendance limits for indoor services.
More School Districts Consider Remote Learning For The Rest Of The Fall SemesterMore school districts in Colorado are exploring the possibility of having students return to remote learning, at least for the fall semester.
Boulder County Targets Underserved Community In Coronavirus Testing Outreach ProgramBoulder County is working with a testing developer and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to make sure everyone has access to free and readily-available COVID-19 testing.
Optometrist's Advice To Avoid Screen Time Eye Strain: Observe The 20/20/20 Rule“Anything over two hours is going to have an effect on just how our eyes feel, and dryness. I know it’s hard for students and people working from home to be able to do two hours or less, but really just try to take those breaks.”
Colorado COVID Survivor Has A Reminder To 'Be Careful' As Hospitalizations Rise RapidlyAt least 417 people are hospitalized with confirmed coronavirus cases in Colorado. That's the most since May 23.
Churches Win Federal Court Decision Against Two Of State's COVID-19 MandatesIn what was called a victory for religious freedom, a federal court judge's decision means congregants at Colorado churches will no longer be required to wear masks or limit their numbers as required by the governor's COVID-19 mandates.
Fall Babies At Higher Risk For Allergies, Colorado Study FindsMore than five million children, two kids in every classroom, have an allergy to at least one food.