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Drew Lock Thanks Health Care Workers In ColoradoDenver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock is giving some encouragement and thanks to health care workers in Colorado amid the coronavirus outbreak.
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Officials Close Georgetown LakeThe lake is located in the town of Georgetown in Clear Creek County.
Colorado Coronavirus-Related Job Losses Continue: More Than 46,000 People File For UnemploymentMore than 46,000 people filed for unemployment payments in Colorado last week as coronavirus-related job losses continued, with workers in the hospitality and food industries accounting for over a quarter of those new claims, the state labor department said Thursday.
Colorado Is Reporting 193 Deaths Due To CoronavirusColorado now has 193 deaths due to coronavirus but the health department says social distancing is helping to flatten the curve.
Residents Urged To Decorate With Colorful Lights During Coronavirus PandemicDenver residents are encouraged to decorate with colorful lights to show their gratitude and support for essential and frontline workers who are keeping us safe and healthy during the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
DPS School Buses Deliver FoodThe food is for students who usually rely on meals at school.
Lawsuit Filed Against Weld County Sheriff Over JailThe ACLU is filing the lawsuit.
Saul Sanchez, Longtime JBS Meatpacking Employee, Dies From COVID-19Saul Sanchez, 78, had worked for the company for more than 30 years.
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Diana DeGette 'Outraged' That President May Have Awarded Ventilators As Political FavorRep. Diana DeGette said that President Donald Trump's announcement that he would send 100 ventilators to Colorado smacks of a political favor to Sen. Cory Gardner. Katie Johnston reports.
'Hidden Valley Road' Chosen For Oprah Winfrey's Book ClubOprah Winfrey's new book club pick is Robert Kolker's “Hidden Valley Road,” an in-depth account of a 1950s Colorado family in which six of 12 children were diagnosed with schizophrenia. Katie Johnston reports.
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