A young boy at Children's Hospital is currently in remission and taking life by the ski poles.
Telemedicine Is Becoming More Than Just A TrendDr. Dave Hnida talks about how important it is to stay away from others to keep from spreading coronavirus.
Those With Diabetes Could Suffer With Coronavirus ExposureDr. Gregory Forlenza with the Barbara Davis Center For Childhood Diabetes says death is a possibility for people with diabetes who get the virus.
Telluride Couple Pays For All COVID-19 Testing In San Miguel CountyThat is 8,000 coronavirus tests.
Colorado Will Distribute Coronavirus Tests To First Responders, Hospital WorkersThe counties include El Paso, Larimer and Mesa.
Colorado Awaiting 3rd Shipment Of PPE From National StockpileThe stockpile is meant to be used for health emergencies like the coronavirus pandemic.
2 South Metro Firefighters Test Positive For CoronavirusSouth Metro Fire announced two of their firefighters tested positive. Those firefighters are self-isolating at home and are recovering.
During Coronavirus Pandemic, Behavioral Health Services Aim To Help Coloradans Struggling With Mental Health IssuesColorado has many different ways it can help, especially during COVID-19, including finding treatment centers or getting connected with the Colorado Crisis Line.
Colorado Medical Professionals Researching PPE AlternativesThe emergency department at UCHealth is running low on personal protective equipment (PPE).
Colorado Nonprofit Helping Children With Autism CopeA nonprofit dedicated to teaching the autism community trades is continuing to build despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Colorado Hospital Sets Up Several PPE Donation SitesAs medical facilities in Colorado are preparing for an influx of COVID-19 patients, and doctors are signing up for extra shifts at hospitals.
CSU Experts Working On Product To Disinfect Large Areas Of COVID-19A team of experts at Colorado State University teamed up to develop a product which could disinfect large areas of coronavirus with the simple spray of a solution.
Pitkin County Asks Visitors To Leave TownThe county is asking residents to stay at home to keep coronavirus at bay.
Public Health Departments Issue Stay At Home Orders For 2 Million+The counties include Adams, Arapahoe, Douglas, Boulder and Jefferson.
Boulder Retirement Community Jams Out To Impromptu Guitar PerformanceIt wasn’t the kind of gig Nick Dunbar was used to playing, but he’s likely to continue singing and strumming his guitar in the courtyard at the Frasier Meadows Retirement community.
Concierge Service Helps Hospital Staff Get Goods During Life-Saving ShiftsAs Colorado hospital staff prepare for what could be an influx of patients, those in charge are finding ways to help staff in their personal lives.
Older Coloradans, Fearful Of Getting COVID-19, Need Donations Of EssentialsResidents of a low income apartment community in Denver are asking for help. All are older adults at high risk for the coronavirus.
How Can Coloradans Stay Safe & Still Enjoy The State's Great Outdoors?Boulder enacted a stay-at-home order soon after Denver's was implemented.
STRIDE Community Health In Aurora To Offer Drive-Up TestingA doctor's note is needed for the test which is open to the public from 1-4 p.m. Tuesday.
DPS Asks Parents To Fill Out Survey To Outfit Students With TechnologyOfficials at Denver Public Schools are making the move to remote learning.
Colorado First Responders Struggle During Coronavirus Pandemic As Medical Calls ClimbOn Monday, through the national stockpile, Colorado received enough supplies to get frontline workers through one day.
Jeffco Open Space Wants You To Remember Safe PracticesColoradans are being urged to stay home as much as possible with the occasional exception of taking a walk in the park or going for a hike.
Coronavirus Pandemic: What Denver's 'Stay At Home' Order Means To YouOn Monday afternoon, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock issued a "Stay at Home" order that will begin on Tuesday at 5 p.m. and continue through April 10.
Coloradans Trying To Get Back From HondurasA Colorado couple was a day away from getting on a flight from Honduras when its government shut down the borders with really no warning.
Task Force Formed In Colorado To Combat CoronavirusMoving forward, a group of experts, leaders, and business people from Colorado's public and private sectors will be crucial to our state's response to COVID-19.