COVID In Denver: Mile High Station Hosts Live Music Performances At Just 25% CapacityWhile industry experts tell CBS4 they expect many venues and businesses will be unable to open right away, some gave it a try Monday.
Moving To Level Orange: Limited Indoor Events Can Resume, But Some Venues May Need More TimeAccording to the state’s guidelines for COVID restrictions, indoor seated events and entertainment can operate at 25% capacity, up to 50 people, with 6 feet of social distancing between parties.
Polis Says COVID In Colorado In 'Sustained Decline,' Asks For Level Red Counties To Move To OrangeColorado’s counties in level red on the COVID dial will now have the option to move to orange on Monday.
COVID In Centennial: City Places Cap On Fees From Third Party Delivery ServicesThe City of Centennial has placed a cap on fees from third party delivery services like GrubHub, Door Dash and Uber Eats.
Longmont City Council Passes Resolution Urging Weld County To Comply With COVID RestrictionsLongmont City Council passed a resolution on Tuesday night, urging Weld County to comply with COVID-19 restrictions.
5 Star Certification Program Gives New Hope To Restaurants In Colorado's Level Red CountiesColorado counties are getting a better idea of what will be involved when the state likely opens up a "Five Star" system for businesses to apply for variances for greater opening.
'Deployable Morgue Unit' Activated: Pueblo County Coroner Says Semi Can Store 40 BodiesThe Pueblo County coroner said a new mobile morgue unit is now available to store dozens of bodies.
COVID In Colorado: 3 Business Owners Sue Polis Over Coronavirus RestrictionsThree business owners in Colorado Springs have filed a lawsuit against Colorado Gov. Jared Polis, claiming COVID-19 restrictions are violating their First Amendment right to assemble.
COVID In Colorado: Restaurant Owners Launch 'Colorado Strong' To Help Their Furloughed WorkersRestaurant owners have teamed up with a local artist to create items they can sell to support their employees.
COVID In Douglas County: School District Plans For Some Students To Return In-Person Next MonthThe Douglas County School District has released its plan when students begin the spring semester next month. The plan calls for a return to in-person learning for some students.
Colorado Lawmaker Leslie Herod Joins Tip-A-Server ChallengeState Rep. Leslie Herod is joining the Tip-A-Server Challenge to help those who are struggling during the coronavirus Level Red restrictions.