Boulder Repeals 10 P.M. Last Call For Alcohol Order, Reverts To Colorado's 11 P.M. OrderThe City of Boulder has repealed its emergency order prohibiting alcohol sales at bars, restaurants and clubs after 10 p.m.
Aspen Plans To Extend Face Mask Order Through May 1Aspen officials plan to extend the face mask order in the "mandatory zone" through May 1, "to protect the health of our residents and guests and keep the economy running."
In-Person Learning Resumes At University Of Colorado BoulderAfter a two week quarantine from campus, many University of Colorado Boulder students are returning to in-person learning.
Denver Public Schools Delays Return To In-Person Learning For Middle, High School Amid Coronavirus SpikeInstead, those students will now continue with remote learning for at least three weeks into the second quarter, through Nov. 6.
Colorado Wants To Help Restaurants Be Innovative, Find Ways To Serve Diners Outdoors This WinterA new effort is underway by the State of Colorado and various organizations to help restaurants survive the COVID-19 pandemic by creating innovative ways to serve diners outside during the winter.
Thornton Businesses Brace Themselves As COVID Infectivity Rate Runs High In Adams CountyAdams County, where the infectivity rate has risen to 7.6 percent, is in a world of hurt with the coronavirus.
Denver Public Schools Postpones In-Person Learning For Middle & High School StudentsDenver Public Schools announced on Tuesday that the return to in-person learning is postponed for middle and high school students.
'Very Worrisome': Gov. Jared Polis Says Colorado Hospital Capacity Will Soon Be In Jeopardy If COVID Cases Continue To RiseColorado has just recorded its highest single-day COVID-19 caseload since the spring.
Dr. Dave Hnida On New Study: 'Men, We're Idiots' When It Comes To Coronavirus Prevention MeasuresA new survey shows when it comes to wearing masks, women may be doing a better job than men.
Metro State Prepares To Add More On-Campus Options Next SpringMetro State University of Denver is looking ahead to the spring semester in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Colorado Springs Walmart Closes Temporarily Due To COVID OutbreakA Walmart in Colorado Springs is temporarily closed due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
Mayor Michael Hancock On Spike In Coronavirus Cases: Denver In A 'Make Or Break Moment'Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said the 7 day average of cases in the city is as high as it was at the height of the coronavirus pandemic in May.
Wildlife Officials Report 2 COVID Outbreaks Among Colorado HuntersColorado Parks and Wildlife urged hunters to take measures to mitigate their exposure to COVID-19 after two outbreaks were confirmed.
Hard Decisions For Parents As DPS Reconsiders In-Person Learning For Older StudentsAs Denver Mayor Michael Hancock discussed a growing number of COVID-19 cases on Monday, Denver Public Schools Superintendent Susana Cordova weighed in on the impact to schools.
Fort Collins Gets No. 1 Ranking In New List Of Best Places To Live In AmericaFort Collins has the honor of being the "Best Place to Live in America."