The spike since Labor Day is the worst Colorado has seen since the 4th of July.
Summit County On The Clock To Lower COVID-19 NumbersRecent efforts to curb the rise of COVID-19 cases in Summit county haven't worked.
Boulder County Lifts Additional Restrictions On Gatherings For 18-22 Year OldsBoulder County has lifted additional restrictions on gatherings of only 2 people, now it's in line with the state guidelines of 10 people.
Colorado Doctors Share What They've Learned From The Several Months Treating COVID-19 PatientsUCHealth Medical Director of Infection Prevention Dr. Michelle Barron says hospital treatment has evolved since the start of the pandemic.
Fall Babies At Higher Risk For Allergies, Colorado Study FindsMore than five million children, two kids in every classroom, have an allergy to at least one food.
Coronavirus Pandemic Taking Toll On Eyes As Screen Time IncreasesDr. Nicole Wellensiek has seen a large increase in patients complaining of eye strain, eye fatigue, and dry eye.
CU Students, Families Petition For Some Tuition ReimbursementHundreds of students and parents at the University of Colorado have signed a petition asking for at least some of their money back.
Dr. Dave Hnida Provides Perspective On Latest Coronavirus Developments In ColoradoDr. Dave Hnida spoke about Colorado's vacccine plan, Denver's new restrictions and herd immunity.
Denver Tightens Restrictions Amid Rise In Coronavirus CasesDenver tightened restrictions with face masks, gathering limits, amid a spike in coronavirus cases last week.
HealthOne Hospitals Hope To 'Crush The Crisis' During Opioid Take-Back DayOct. 24 is the day to turn in all your expired or unused prescriptions.
In-Person Learning Begins Again At University Of Colorado BoulderSchool leaders applauded students for their persistence.
Denver Public Schools Postpones In-Person Learning For Middle & High School StudentsDenver Public Schools announced on Tuesday that the return to in-person learning is postponed for middle and high school students.
Gov. Jared Polis Says Colorado Hospital Capacity Will Be In Jeopardy If COVID Cases Continue To RiseColorado has just recorded its highest single-day COVID-19 caseload since the spring.
Aspen School District To File Lawsuit Against JuulThe district is planning to file a lawsuit against Juul for targeting children under the age of 18 for vaping, e-cigarettes.
Colorado Springs Walmart Closes Temporarily Due To COVID OutbreakA Walmart in Colorado Springs is temporarily closed due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
Dr. Dave Hnida Says Rise In Colorado Hospitalizations Due To COVID-19 A Major ConcernThe state is seeing an uptick in the number of positive coronavirus cases.
Former Patient Pursues Nursing Career To Work At Transplant Program That Saved Her LifeA mother of three recently celebrated 20 years since undergoing a bone marrow transplant.
Longterm Care Residents In Greeley Protest COVID-19 RestrictionsResidents gathered outside Fairacres Manor, many in wheelchairs, holding signs that read "Rather die from COVID than loneliness."
Polis Renewing Colorado's Face Mask Requirement For Another 30 DaysThe current Executive Order was set to expire next week.
Lone Tree Nonprofits Encourages To Apply For COVID-19 Impact GrantsCommunity-based charities must submit their applications by Oct. 30.
Jump In Positive COVID-19 Cases Putting Summit County's Designation At RiskSummit County is seeing a spike in COVID-19 cases it hasn’t seen since Labor Day.
At-Home COVID-19 Kits Now Available To Coloradans - For A PriceThere is no longer the need to drive to get a COVID-19 test. Safeway and Albertsons pharmacies in Colorado are selling an "at home kit" that you can have delivered to your door.
Two Alternative Care Coronavirus Sites ClosingThe alternative care sites in Loveland and Grand Junction will close.
CSU Overflow Quarantine Students Housed In HotelsThe dorm set aside for quarantine students has reached capacity.
Hospitalization Uptick 'A Concerning Trend' For Colorado Health ExpertsWith cases climbing and hospitalizations reaching the highest levels in months, Colorado health officials are beginning to get concerned.