Restaurants Work To Adapt To New 'Home by 10 P.M.' Order In DenverBusinesses adjusting to COVID-19 restrictions say the latest decision by Denver Mayor Michael Hancock on Friday is just another change they will have to adopt and remain creative to keep customers coming back.
Denver Moves To Safer At Home Level 3 'High Risk' As Coronavirus Cases Continue To RiseAs coronavirus cases continue to rise in Denver, there will be more restrictions impacting restaurants and retail spaces as well as large group gatherings.
With Cleanup Work Complete, Mesa Verde National Park Finally ReopensMesa Verde National Park reopened Monday, a week later than most other national parks in the U.S. following the government shutdown.
Coffee Shop In Littleton Impacted By Shutdown Adjusts Business PlanWith the possibility of another federal government shutdown still a concern, some small businesses in Colorado are trying to navigate some tough realities.
Mayor Declares Jan. 30 As 'Denver Human Services Staff Appreciation Day'The City of Denver is thanking its Denver Human Services employees for putting in extra hours during the government shutdown.
Gov. Polis Asks Coloradans To Help Replenish Food Banks Exhausted During ShutdownGov. Jared Polis wants Coloradans to come together to help refill food banks across the state.
Rockfalls, Road Damage Delay Mesa Verde's Re-Opening After Shutdown DealNational Park staff have delayed Mesa Verde's re-opening one week due to repairs to fix damage caused while federal employees were absent. Park employees returned to work Monday after 35 days away due to the recent government shutdown.
DeGette Meeting With Furloughed Workers Ends With News Of Shutdown's EndRep. Diana DeGette held the meeting on Friday in Denver with workers who have been impacted by the government shutdown.
Flight Out Of DIA Canceled, Others Were Delayed Because Of Ground Stop Out EastTravelers who were scheduled to fly on a Southwest flight from DIA to New York were forced to make alternative plans after a ground stop was issued at LaGuardia Airport.
'Not Medieval': Trump Responds To Bennet's Rant About Border WallPresident Donald Trump seemed to be making reference to some fiery comments by Colorado's Democratic Senator Michael Bennet.
Trump Says He'll Sign Bill To Reopen Government For 3 WeeksPresident Trump announced Friday he'll back a move to reopen the government for a few weeks, so government workers can get paid while the debate over border security continues.
Flights Delayed Due To Air Traffic Control Staffing ShortagesFlights in and out New York City's LaGuardia airport were delayed on Friday morning due to government shutdown-related staffing shortages among air traffic controllers, according to a notice issued by the Federal Aviation Administration. On Friday, around 800,000 federal employees, including air traffic controllers, missed their second paycheck.
Sen. Michael Bennet Rips Cruz's 'Crocodile Tears' Over ShutdownDemocratic Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado tore into Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas on Thursday after Cruz backed a GOP bill to pay Coast Guard members but not reopen the government.
Gardner Said He'd 'Vote For Both Options' To Open The Government"I will vote for both options to fund the remaining parts of the government and fund border security,” Gardner stated. 
Furloughed Employees Look For Work During Looming Denver Teacher StrikeThe Denver teachers strike and the government shutdown are two of the biggest stories happening in Colorado. Now those two worlds are colliding creating an interesting opportunity for furloughed federal workers.