Coronavirus Outbreak In Fort Collins: At Least 8 CSU Football Players Test PositiveColorado State University says it will pause football team activities after eight known positive tests for COVID-19. A full team test will be administered as early as next week, the university said Wednesday. The Rams are anticipating a return within two weeks.
Protesters Planning To Be At Site Of Homeless Camp Sweep AgainMany homeless people were urged to move to more acceptable shelter at the National Western Complex or the Coliseum and offered bus rides as well as the potential of vouchers for other housing, but there weren’t many takers.
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Remote Learning Decisions Being Made In School Districts In Denver Metro AreaSome decisions, like Cherry Creek Schools, are still being made.
Denver Public Schools To Start With Remote Learning Through Mid-OctoberDenver Public Schools will start the year with online learning only and that phase will continue at least through mid-October due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Health And Human Services Secretary Taps Colorado Company For Key Role In COVID-19 Vaccination PlanAs pharmaceutical companies race to find a vaccine for COVID-19, a Colorado company is putting in place the infrastructure needed to deliver the vaccine to millions of people. It is an historic undertaking for Marathon Medical Corporation in Aurora.
Protests Escalate Tension At Homeless Camp CleanupThe homeless camp at Lincoln Park near the state Capitol was cleaned out on Wednesday.
Some Parents Frustrated At Schools Not Busing High School StudentsOne mom said her child will have to walk 4 miles each way to school.
Denver Public Schools Goes 100% Remote Learning Until Mid-OctoberDPS said the remote learning option is the safest one to begin the fall semester.
Crews Begin To Remove Homeless Camp Near State CapitolCrews are sifting through the site at Lincoln Park, picking up trash and other things like BBQ grills, lawn chairs and other furniture.
Colorado Department Of Agriculture Warns Of Unsolicited Seeds From China Arriving In The MailThe Colorado Department of Agriculture is warning people of random, unsolicited packages of seeds arriving in the mail.
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Colorado's Health Department Opens Ketamine Investigation After Elijah McClain DeathThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reopened an investigation into how ketamine is administered with regards to the death of Elijah McClain in August of 2019.
Denver 911 Below National Standards For Quickly Answering Emergency Calls Three Years In A RowIn 2018, 69,871 emergency calls were not answered immediately. In 2019, 54,887 calls were not answered immediately. So far in 2020, 22,433 were not answered immediately, according to data obtained by CBS4 Investigates.
Colorado Mobile Prosthetics Company Thrives During the PandemicWhile many businesses are struggling to stay afloat during the pandemic, there is one that has actually expanded. A fleet of mobile clinics to treat people with artificial limbs is now serving patients in northern Colorado.
Some Teachers Say They Do Not Want To Go Back To School Until The State Reports 14 Days In A Row With No New Covid-19 CasesSome teachers have started a group saying they will not feel safe going back to in person learning until the state reports 14 days in a row of new coronavirus cases.
Attempted Murder Charges Filed Against Samuel Young, Alleged Shooter During Elijah McClain ProtestAurora police have arrested the 23-year-old man accused of firing a gun during a protest and injuring two people.
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2 Aurora Officers Hurt In Exchange Of Gunfire With Suspects In Green Valley RanchThe officers were trying to stop robbery and carjacking suspects.
Colorado Inmates Sue Over ‘Slave Labor,' Demand Minimum Wage, Paid Vacations, Paid Sick LeaveThey filed a lawsuit against Gov. Jared Polis, the state prison system and a private prison operator.
As Some Youth Sports Resume, So Do Concerns Over Coronavirus In ColoradoOffiicials in Colorado are faced with a tough task: trying to safely let sports be played this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic.
'Aurora Is On Fire': Protest Organizers Frustrated With Police CommunicationPolice and protesters are at odds as to what exactly happened on Saturday night during the protests.
2 Aurora Police Officers Exchange Gunfire With SuspectsBoth officers are recovering in the hospital and expected to be OK.
Democrats, Republicans Disagree On Stimulus PackageAbout 400,000 Coloradans are unemployed during the coronavirus pandemic.