Family Addresses Denver Man's Coronavirus Death: 'He Had Been My Guiding Light'Denver attorney Mike Farley died Monday of COVID-19.
Greenwood Village Man Offers Hope On Coronavirus: 'You Can Come Out The Other Side'J.Y. Kang first began feeling lousy around President's Day weekend in mid-February, but he said the wooziness and cold symptoms went away, only to return in early March.
Two More Workers At Denver International Airport Test Positive For CoronavirusCBS4 has learned two non-city employees working at Denver International Airport have tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).
Coronavirus Outbreak: Colorado ER Doctor Expects 'Tsunami Of Illness ... In About 9-10 Days'Critical equipment like face masks and shields, gloves and surgical gowns are already running low, well before the full impact of coronavirus is expected to hit.
Denver Doctor During Coronavirus: ‘Back Alley Deals’ To Get Personal Protection EquipmentHealth care workers are taking an unorthodox route to get PPEs, or personal protective equipment.
Coronavirus In Colorado: ER Doctor Says Hospital Supplies Being Rationed, 'We Are Not Prepared'Dr. Jane Jenab, a Denver-based emergency room physician, warned of area hospitals already rationing vital medical equipment for health care workers.
'Give Me Toilet Paper Before Parking Tickets': Denver Residents Upset Over Parking Enforcement During Coronavirus PandemicDue to the coronavirus pandemic, Denver announced that parking meter enforcement is lifted until Thursday morning at 8 a.m., so meters are free, albeit for a short time.
Colorado Doctor Warns Thousands More Coronavirus Cases Possible In Near FutureDr. Lee Newman, an expert in epidemiology at the Colorado School of Public Health, was asked how he would respond to members of the public who suspect the coronavirus crisis is an overreaction or media hype.
'I'm Not Trying To Hide A Damn Thing': Colorado Mayor Apologizes For Drunkenness On City TripThe mayor of Commerce City, Ben Huseman, is publicly apologizing to constituents and fellow council members for getting drunk on a recent city- sponsored trip.
‘Shut It Down’: Colorado Woman In Italy Issues Stark Warning On CoronavirusFrom her home in Italy, a CU graduate and former Colorado resident has a harsh warning for Colorado residents: “Don’t do anything -- don’t go to the cinemas, stay home, shut it down.”
'We Need Help': RTD Drivers Claim To Be Ill-Equipped For Coronavirus ProtectionMore than 300,000 people, on average, use the Regional Transportation District services to get around the Denver Metro every week. With all of those people coming and going, RTD drivers tell CBS4 they're worried about their health and the safety of the public they serve, because they believe they are ill-equipped to keep things clean during the outbreak of COVID-19.