Federal Courthouse In Downtown Denver Forced To Lock Down After Report Of Active ShooterThe Alfred A. Arraj U.S. Courthouse at 19th and Champa Streets in downtown Denver was placed on lockdown Wednesday afternoon for a report of an active shooter.
Inmate Dontre Woods Accused Of Injuring 2 Larimer County Deputies During LockdownDontre Woods, an inmate at the Larimer County Jail, faces news charges of assault on a peace officer.
Auraria Campus Locked Down After Nearby StabbingThe University of Colorado Denver locked down the Auraria Campus Tuesday afternoon for a nearby stabbing.
PHOTO: Rep. Jason Crow Describes Comforting Pennsylvania Congresswoman Susan Wild As Rioters Stormed House ChamberA dramatic photo taken during the incident shows Wild in distress, being comforted by Rep. Jason Crow of Colorado.
'This Is Not Who We Are': Colorado Congress Members Jason Crow And Diana Degette On Lockdown At U.S. CapitolRep. Jason Crow and Rep. Diana DeGette tweeted that they have gone into lockdown at the U.S. Capitol.
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.
COVID In Denver: Restaurants Hoping For Boost After Move From Level Red To Level OrangeNew Year’s Eve also brought word that Denver would make an effort to join the Five Star Program that allows businesses to earn greater certification and more capacity – at least in theory.
COVID In Colorado: No Level Yellow Restrictions Under 5 Star Program- YetGov. Jared Polis announced Wednesday that Colorado’s counties in Level Red on the COVID-19 dial are going to Level Orange on Jan. 4, 2021.
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.
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.
Parker Town Council Rebukes Indoor Dining Restrictions With Symbolic ResolutionThe Parker Town Council rebuked state-implemented restrictions on indoor dining Monday by unanimously passing a resolution demanding the state move Douglas County back to level orange from red on the COVID-19 dial.
COVID In Aspen: Pitkin County Visitors Must Prove Negative Coronavirus TestPitkin County is in the process of finalizing a policy, which would require visitors to sign an affidavit to certify they will not only comply with the county’s public health order, but that they have had a negative test result within 72 hours of traveling.
COVID In Weld County: Residents Asked For Mask Mandate GuidanceWeld County residents weighed in on the Weld County Sheriff's Office request for mask mandate guidance. The sheriff's office posted the request for input on mask enforcement on its Facebook page on Wednesday.
COVID In Colorado: Longmont City Council Discusses Resolution To Demand Weld County Compliance With Level Red RestrictionsThe Longmont City Council discussed a resolution that would force Weld County to comply with Level Red restrictions.