The State of Colorado and Jefferson County have stopped using the COVID testing company Curative after the FDA issued a warning that some of the company's tests were coming back with inaccurate results.

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Alan Lee Phillips Arrested In 39-Year-Old Cold Case Murders Of Bobbie Jo Oberholtzer And Annette SchneePark County Sheriff Tom McGraw announced that Alan Lee Phillips was arrested in the 1982 kidnapping, assault and homicides of Bobbie Jo Oberholtzer and Annette Schnee.
Signs For Vaccine In Aurora Neighborhood Become Sticking Point Between Clinic & CityThe signs saying a community clinic had vaccines available for local residents was supposed to attract attention, but unintentionally caught the ire of City of Aurora Code Enforcement Officer.
Denver Cherry Cricket Ready To Welcome More CustomersCapacities will only likely change at very large places because of social distancing requirements.
Douglas County Schools To Bring Middle & High School Students Back After Spring BreakDouglas County School District approved plans to return middle and high school students to full, in-person learning, five days a week, beginning Monday, March 22.
Jeffco Public Schools Aims To Offer Students With Flexibility With Remote Learning Next FallJeffco Public Schools announced a remote learning option for the 2021-2022 school year, months before this school year is even over.
Depression, Anxiety & Suicidal Thoughts Increasing Amid COVID ConcernOf the hundreds of patients followed for the study, those who developed PTSD were more likely to be women.
Spring Break Travel Expected To Be Low At Denver International AirportDenver International Airport is not bracing for the traditional spring break rush.
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy: Alamo Drafthouse Chain Entering Restructuring AgreementAlamo Drafthouse Cinemas Holdings, a Texas-based dine-in theater chain, said Wednesday that it has filed for bankruptcy.
State Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Help Struggling Families With Diapers During Coronavirus PandemicA survey found that more struggling Colorado families need help buying diapers than food during the coronavirus pandemic. Four mothers serving in the state Legislature hope to help families who can't afford diapers.
New Legislation Proposes CMAS Tests For Some Colorado StudentsSome lawmakers will try to delay standardized testing for Colorado students.
Denver Dog Owners Start Petition To Allow Dogs Off Leash In Parks OvernightA petition to change dog leash laws in Denver is underway with many owners wanting the city to allow for dogs to be off leash in parks between 9 p.m. and 9 a.m.
'Slow Down': Denver Police Among Agencies Tackling Excessive SpeedingDenver police officers spent time addressing excessive speeding on highways on Wednesday.
Roxann Martinez, Witness In Donthe Lucas Murder Trial, Gunned Down In DenverA woman considered a star witness in the Donthe Lucas murder trial of Kelsie Schelling was shot and killed in Denver last week.
CDLE Holds Town Hall To Address Unemployment IssuesThe Colorado Department of Labor and Employment held a townhall on Wednesday to go over the latest updates with its insurance programs as well as answer questions about upcoming changes.
Credit Car Purchases In Colorado Could Soon Cost MoreIf you make most of your purchases by credit card, you may soon have to pay more for those purchases.
Denver Rescue Mission Providing Shelter To The HomelessWith homelessness continuing to grow in Colorado, the Denver Rescue Mission is providing shelter to help those in need.
Some Jefferson County School Teachers Still Concerned About Returning To The ClassroomOne of the biggest concerns is how to safely social distance with a classroom full of students.
Wet Weather Heads Into Colorado TonightWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Colorado Gets Its First Officially Named Snowplow -- 'Unsinkable Molly'Colorado is taking a page from Scotland and going about the process of giving some of its snowplows names.
Caregivers Receive Help Through Resiliency ProgramThe physical and mental health of frontline health care workers remains a major concern. At St. Anthony and St. Anthony North hospitals, a program has been working to address that over the last year.
2 Hospitalized After Disturbance At Clarion/Quality Inn In Fort CollinsTwo people were rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries on Wednesday morning after a disturbance at a motel in Fort Collins.
Lafayette Police: Lockdown At Centaurus High School Was Due To A False AlarmCentaurus High School in Lafayette was placed on lockdown late Wednesday morning and police said it was due to a false alarm. The lockdown was lifted before 1 p.m.
Park County Sheriff Announces Arrest Of Alan Lee Phillips In 39-Year-Old Cold Case MurdersPark County Sheriff Tom McGraw announced that Alan Lee Phillips was arrested in the 1982 kidnapping, assault and homicides of Bobbie Jo Oberholtzer and Annette Schnee.
Eaton Police Are Looking For A Missing ManNathan Schwartz was last seen in the Colorado Springs area Monday, February 22.

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