A month after Colorado transitioned to safer-at-home," the number of hospitalizations remain low.

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Heating Back Up With Thunderstorms ReturningWatch Meteorlogist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Early College Launches Racial Justice PodcastFor the students at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Early College (DMLK), progress is coming in the form of a podcast.
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman Talks About Inappropriate Police Pictures Now Under InvestigationPhotos apparently showing three Aurora police officers re-enacting the death of Elijah McClain are a focus of Mayor Mike Coffman.
Sanctioned Homeless Camps One Step Closer To Being Reality In DenverMayor Michael Hancock announced the city is moving forward with sanctioned camps for the homeless.
More Illegal Fireworks Seized In DenverDenver police arrested two men for illegally storing and possessing fireworks on Wednesday.
Denver Business Questions Xcel Bill During Coronavirus PandemicThe owners of a Denver bowling alley are hoping for a change in policy after their utility bill doubled while they were closed during Colorado’s stay-at-home order.
Little Man Employees Face Belligerent Behavior From Some CustomersA Denver business owner says employees have been spit on, coughed at, and yelled at for enforcing mask requirements.
Nuggets Head To Orlando With More Than Basketball On The Brain"The toughest part about this is that there is no playbook. There's no one I can call up who has gone through what we are about to go through. We are going to learn as we go," Denver Nuggets Michael Malone said.
Helping Healthcare Workers Through ArtTara Rynders is a nurse and an artist, and she’s using movement to help nurses process their grief and anxiety.
How Colorado Seniors Keep Connections During Coronavirus Through The YMCAThe YMCA may be a place to workout for some, but for others it's a place to make friends and stay social.
Colorado Black Judge Applauds Efforts To Insert More Diversity On The BenchIn 2018, Colorado became close to having zero Black District Court judges.
Public Awaits Aurora Police Department's Decision Into Elijah McClain Photo InvestigationAs the investigation into the death of Elijah McClain continues, the public waits to learn what will happen to the officers who took photos re-enacting McClain's death.
Experts Say Colorado Mail in Voting 'Platinum Standard'While Coloradans were watching on election day to see who would win, the nation was watching to see how the voting process would go.
Heat Returns Heading Into Holiday WeekendWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
'Not A Bad Seat': Colorado Music Festival Launches 2020 Virtual SeriesThe Colorado Music Festival launched its 2020 virtual series on Thursday to give supporters and fans a way to enjoy classical concerts remotely.
Yellow Jacket Fire Near Cortez Has Burned Nearly 400 AcresThe Yellow Jacket wildfire near Cortez has already burned nearly 400 acres.
James Clanton Being Sentenced For 1980 Murder Of Helene Pruszynskihe man who admitted to killing 21-year-old Helene Pruszynski 40 years ago was in court for sentencing Wednesday afternoon.
Ground Broken On New Affordable Housing Units In DenverThe city of Denver celebrated the groundbreaking of more affordable housing on Wednesday.
Denver Mayor Announces Proposal For Temporary, Managed Campsites For HomelessDenver Mayor Michael Hancock announced two proposals Wednesday morning to support those experiencing homelessness in the city.
Lookout Mountain To Be Partially Closed To Visitors This WeekendThe Jefferson County Sheriff's Office announced it will partially close Lookout Mountain during the Independence Day holiday weekend.
Denver Residents Can Now Say "I Do" At The Clerk And Recorder OfficeThe clerk and recorder office in Denver has reopened for in person services.
A Weld County Man Has Pleaded Guilty To Smuggling Gun Parts Out Of The United StatesA Weld county man has pleaded guilty to smuggling gun parts out of the United State and for possessing unregistered firearms.
Holiday Traffic: CDOT Asks Travelers To Be Safe & ResponsibleMore traffic is to be expected this holiday weekend, and the Colorado Department of Transportation wants everyone to feel the duty to be safe.

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