Boulder Mom In Danger Of Losing Home She Shares With 2-Year-Old Son After Getting COVID TwiceA Boulder woman who has contracted COVID-19 twice is now trying to hang on to the home where she and her son live. Hannah Rice had COVID-19 last year and this year and now has what is called "long COVID" or a kind of brain fog.
Jefferson County Parents, Students Protest Against Masks Policy For SchoolsA crowd of at least 100 people who are opposed to the new public health order surrounding mask wearing in Jefferson County schools gathered in a protest.
Cherry Creek Schools Staff, Students 'Strongly Encouraged' To Wear MasksCherry Creek Schools is "strongly encouraging" all students and staff to wear a face mask while in school.
Colorado Towns Along Detour Route From I-70 Seeing Unexpected Bump In RevenueThe northern detour recommended by the Colorado Department of Transportation will take you the better part of five hours.
Wheat Ridge Police Host Catalytic Converter Anti-Theft EventCatalytic converters continue to be targeted by thieves in Colorado for their value.
Body Cam Video Shows How Lincoln County Deputy Michael Hutton Was AmbushedNew video released by Lincoln County authorities shows what happened the night Deputy Michael Hutton was ambushed in May.
Colorado Dries Out! Transitioning Back To Big Heat And Thick SmokeThe threat for flooding, and mudslides that has plagued the high country for days has ended. It will be dry statewide by Wednesday night just as smoke and heat make a rapid return.
COVID In Colorado: Public Health Requires Face Masks For Residential Care FacilitiesThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is announcing new guidelines when it comes to long-term care residential facilities for older adults and those with disabilities.
COVID In Denver: Businesses Consider Proof Of Vaccination StatusFrom offices to restaurants, more companies want to see your COVID-19 vaccination card.
'Guys Have A Badge On And It's Like They Run The World': Subject Of Violent Aurora Police Arrest Wants ChangeKyle Vinson says he wants to see the kind of change in policing that prevents what happened to him.
Colorado Housing Advocates Say Policy On Evictions Needs To Be Based On Environmental FactorsHousing advocates trying to help tenants pay rent while keeping landlords with affordable options in the market say a policy on evictions needs to be based on economic factors.
Kyle Vinson, Man Injured In Violent Aurora Police Arrest, Doesn't Understand Why He Was 'Brutalized'It has been a week-and-a-half since Kyle Vinson was pistol-whipped and choked by an Aurora police officer during an arrest, and he says he's still confused about why he was, in his words, "brutalized."
2 Arrested After Psilocybin Mushrooms Found Growing In Lyons HomeTwo people got caught with an illegal psilocybin mushroom grow and other drugs in a Lyons home.
Influx Of COVID Patients May Delay Medical Attention To Those Suffering From Other AilmentsAs the Delta variant of COVID-19 brings more patients to hospitals non-COVID patients are wondering if sometimes they are being put in the back seat.
Economy Experts In Denver Look At How Several Industries Are Faring In New ReportThe Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation says Colorado is outpacing the nation with job postings.