Veteran Helping Test Coronavirus Vaccine Gets Second DoseA veteran who is helping test a coronavirus vaccine at UCHealth in Aurora received his second dose on Thursday.
Fewer Coloradans Applied For Initial Unemployment Benefits Last WeekThere was a drop in initial unemployment claims in Colorado last week.
Denver International Airport's New VeriFLY App Provides Travelers With Socially Distanced OptionsDenver International Airport has come up with a new way to give peace of mind during the pandemic to people considering flying out of DIA soon but who are worried about how safe it is.
'Boring, But It's Possible': Major Steps Taken To Reverse COVID Spike Surrounding CU BoulderFor the next two weeks every University of Colorado Boulder student is being asked to self-quarantine, only leaving homes or residence halls for essential needs.
Dozens Protest OSHA Fine Handed Down To JBS For Failure To Protect EmployeesMany of the dozens who gathered on Wednesday, on a parking deck outside OSHA offices in an office building on Speer Boulevard, stood their distance apart.
Denver Public Schools Announces Plans For In-Person LearningThe plan calls for all DPS students interested in returning to school to be back in some capacity by the beginning of the second quarter.
Despite Opportunity For Fall Football, Denver Public Schools Prefers Spring SeasonWith CHSAA’s final approval, districts and communities could choose to allow certain sports to participate in the fall or spring season, and the state’s largest district has already said it prefers waiting until the spring.
Steamboat Ski Resort Makes Changes Due To CoronavirusSteamboat Ski Resort is preparing visitors for a very different ski season during the coronavirus pandemic.
High School Football May Still Be Played This Fall In ColoradoGov. Jared Polis announced on Wednesday that the state will conditionally approve the Colorado High School Activities Association’s (CHSAA) request to make certain outdoor sports available this fall.
Denver City Council To Consider Cap On Fees For Third-Party Restaurant Delivery CompaniesDenver City Council will soon decide whether to cap the fees restaurants pay to use third-party food delivery companies, such as Grubhub and DoorDash.
Douglas County Board Sets Oct. 19 As Return To Full In-Person Learning In Elementary SchoolsThe Douglas County School Board has unanimously voted to return to in-person learning in their elementary schools.
Regis University Implements 2-Week Quarantine Of Students In Residence VillageThe quarantine will restrict the movement of 137 students living in 28 townhomes in the Residence Village.
Quarantine Recommended For CU Students, Campus Workers Say University Wasn't PreparedThe health department is now recommending that all CU Boulder students self-quarantine for two weeks either in their homes or residence halls to help slow the spread.
Colorado Sees Rise In COVID Cases Among College-Aged IndividualsColorado is experiencing an upward trend in coronavirus cases among college-age students, mirroring similar case growth across the U.S., the state's top epidemiologist said Tuesday.
Cherry Creek High School Reverts To Remote Learning For 1,700+ After Coronavirus Outbreak Linked To Parties