COVID In Colorado: First Mass Vaccination Event Held at Coors FieldOne thousand Coloradans, aged 70 and over, received their COVID-19 vaccinations Sunday at drive thru event in the parking lot at Coors Field.
Students Oppose Parent's Effort To Recall Douglas County School Board MembersMore than half of the Douglas County School Board has been targeted in a recall effort.
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Colorado Health Experts Working On 'Playbook' For Mass COVID Vaccine DistributionThe state and UCHealth is now preparing for the first mass vaccination clinic at Coors Field.
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'Randall's' Is Opening At A Time When Many Restaurants Are ClosingThe new Cajun and Creole restaurant is opening at Bruce Randolph Avenue and York Street in about 2 weeks despite coronavirus restrictions.
Rural Areas Of Colorado Get COVID Vaccine Focus Thanks To New TeamThe state has now launched a team of health professionals to focus on equity in those areas and communities that are typically underserved.
Mass COVID Vaccination Gets A Test First This WeekendUCHealth will test its first mass coronavirus vaccination clinic at the Coors Field parking lots this weekend before the main event.
Denver Architecture Foundation Launches 2 New Audio ToursOne tour is on Downtown Denver design, and the other explains the construction of Civic Center Park.
Colorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette Tapped As Impeachment ManagerThe nine impeachment managers, who will make the case against Trump, include Representatives Diana DeGette and Joe Neguse.
FDA Issues Warning About COVID Testing Company Curative's Inaccurate ResultsThe 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.
Colorado Department Of Labor And Employment Prepares To Issue Pandemic BenefitsThe agency plans to pay the next batch of pandemic unemployment assistance dollars made possible by the federal Continued Assistance Act
Dr. Justina Ford Was Honored Today On Her 150th BirthdayDr. Ford was Colorado's first black female physician and today was the inaugural Dr. Justina Ford Day.
Mass Vaccination Event Planned At Coors FieldDenver is on track to hold its first mass vaccination event later this month. It’s considered a major step in the fight against COVID-19 in Colorado.
Denver Residents Can Sign Up To Get Critical Text Or Email Alerts About COVID-19 Pandemic And VaccineDenver residents can sign up to receive critical email and text updates about the pandemic and Colorado’s vaccine distribution.
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The Denver Police Department Withdraws From Task Force To Address ChangeThe task force was formed to reimaging policing and public safety after a summer of protesting in downtown Denver.
Joe Biden's Plans To Create More Clean Energy Jobs Could Impact Colorado's Oil And Gas IndustrySome believe the it could be the best of both worlds for Colorado when it comes to energy sources.
Gov. Jared Polis Believes Pres. Joe Biden's Coronavirus Pandemic Plan Will Help ColoradoColorado's governor reacts the the new administration's plan for the coronavirus pandemic.
Girl Scout Troop Helps Build ADA Compliant Archery Range In ThorntonGirl Scout Troop 62511 partnered with Thornton Parks & Rec to build the adaptive and inclusive archery range.
Stolen Welder's Truck Found But Tools Inside GoneThe Aurora Police Department found his beloved truck abandoned. All of the tools were gone.
More Commercial And Office Space Available In Denver Metro AreaWith the pandemic, there may be more available commercial real estate for those who want to start their own business.
Gov. Jared Polis Reacts To Pres. Biden ChangesThe Biden administration is focusing on the COVID-19 pandemic and that may impact Colorado's response.
Oil And Gas Industry May Be Impacted By New Policies From Pres. Biden AdministrationThe oil and gas industry in Colorado is preparing for possible economic implications with the new policies.