Denver Mayor Urges Protesters To Get Tested For CoronavirusDenver Mayor Michael Hancock warned that people who participated in the George Floyd death protests may have been exposed to the virus -- and urged them to get tested for free at the Pepsi Center next weekend.
Man Accused Of Strangling Woman After Early Release From Jail Due To COVID-19 Posts BondA former inmate who was released early due to COVID-19 concerns and then went on to allegedly strangle a woman is once again out of jail.
Reopening Colorado: Denver Zoo Plans To Allow Visitors Again SoonThe Denver Zoo is planning to reopen soon now that that City of Denver has approved its variance request.
Would You Want To Get A Coronavirus Vaccine? Only Half Of Americans Say 'Yes'If a vaccine to prevent Coronavirus becomes available by the end to the year, would you hurry to get in line to roll up your sleeve?
Copper Mountain Offers Colorado-Style Graduation Ceremony For Peak School Class Of 2020Every high school graduation is special but few are as unique as the one that took place Friday at Copper Mountain. It was commencement, Colorado ski country style.
Reopening Colorado: Some Denver Restaurants Opt For Slow Rollout Of Dine-In PlanWednesday was the first day restaurants were finally able to let customers back in to dine, however some restaurants are still waiting to open-up indoor seating.
Reopening Colorado: Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Waits For State Approval To ReopenThe Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is ready to reopen once they receive approval from the state.
Reopening Colorado: Safety Top Priority For Amusement ParksThe safety of guests and employees is the top priority for amusement parks in the Denver metro area.
Denver Public Schools Outlines What School Could Look Like: Face Masks, 10-16 Students Per ClassDenver Public Schools has announced some of their plans for a safe return to school this fall.
Gov. Polis Extends Service For Colorado National Guard Members Through Mid-AugustGov. Jared Polis announced the service for members of the Colorado National Guard will be extended through mid-August.
Denver Center For Performing Arts Cancels Entire 2020/21 SeasonSince March 13, the DCPA has postponed or cancelled 25 shows, two fundraisers, hundreds of classes and numerous events.