COVID In Aurora: Signs For Vaccine Become Sticking Point Between Clinic & CityThe signs saying a community clinic had vaccines available for local residents was supposed to attract attention, but unintentionally caught the ire of City of Aurora Code Enforcement Officer.
Douglas County Schools To Bring Middle & High School Students Back After Spring BreakDouglas County School District approved plans to return middle and high school students to full, in-person learning, five days a week, beginning Monday, March 22.
Depression, Anxiety & Suicidal Thoughts Increasing Amid COVID PandemicOf the hundreds of patients followed for the study, those who developed PTSD were more likely to be women.
Elevated Levels Of 'Forever Chemicals' Found In Some Colorado Drinking Water DistrictsPoisonous "forever chemicals" have been found at levels higher than what some states say are safe in more than a dozen Colorado water districts. This, after massive statewide testing for the pollutants was conducted during the pandemic.
COVID In Colorado: Frozen Dead Guy Days Takes Another Year OffAnother Frozen Dead Guy Days celebration bites the dust. Organizers say this year's event will not happen.
COVID Restrictions In Adams County: 5-Star Businesses Move Into Level BlueFive star businesses in Adams County have fewer coronavirus restrictions. Those certified businesses currently operating at Level Yellow on the state's COVID-19 dial can operate at Level Blue.
COVID In Colorado: Type 1 Diabetics Move Up For Vaccination EligibilityThe State Health Department recently moved Type 1 diabetics up into the 1B.3 vaccination group.
COVID In Pitkin County: Mass Vaccination Clinic Possible Thanks To Johnson & Johnson ShipmentPitkin County is hosting a mass COVID vaccination clinic on Sunday thanks to a shipment of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Colorado COVID Restrictions A Hot Topic At Establishments Like Rosie's Diner In MonumentThe sentiment toward greater reopening is an undercurrent in the community in Monument.
Denver Public Schools To Discuss Extension To School YearThis week, leaders at Denver Public Schools are tackling the topic of getting back to school. The school year could be extended for students, depending on their decision.
'Don't Get Relaxed,' Warn 2 Coloradans Working Hard To Avoid Contracting COVID For A Second TimeThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced this week it was adding cases to its data dashboard to include people who had a second infection of COVID-19.
Certified Businesses In Denver Metro Area Counties Move To Level BlueDouglas County and Arapahoe County say certified businesses can now operate at Level Blue
Cars Vandalized, Houses Picketed & Dogs Poisoned: Public Health Workers Say They Need Protections. State Lawmakers AgreePublic health workers told Colorado state lawmakers they're being threatened and harassed by people angry about COVID-19 restrictions, and they need protection.
Pediatrician Drawing Support For Push To Get Students Back In The ClassroomWith widespread mask wearing, and teachers getting vaccinated, they say there’s no need to disrupt learning.
COVID In Colorado: Equity Clinic Aims To Vaccinate 1,000 Latinos In Weld CountySeveral community groups in Weld County are organizing an equity clinic where 1,000 Latinos will receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Adams 12 Five Star Schools Asks For COVID Quarantine Equity Between Students, Student AthletesThe superintendent of Adams 12 Five Star Schools says students who play sports are being treated differently than their classmates when it comes to quarantine rules.