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Kroger Recommends Customers Wear Masks AgainMask recommendations are in place again while shopping at King Soopers stores in Colorado.
Teen Gets New Kidney After Overwhelming Response From CommunityA Littleton teen with a rare medical disorder is getting a new chance at life after a recent kidney donation. It's his second transplant and comes after the overwhelming response following his family’s plea for a donor on CBS4 in late December.  
Denver Broncos Host 'Back Together Saturday' For FansAs the first week of training camp winds down, the Denver Broncos welcomed fans to watch practice in an event called "Back together Saturday."
Jeffco Public Schools, Adams 12 Five Star Schools Announce Face Mask PoliciesTwo major school districts in the Denver metro area, Jeffco Public Schools and Adams 12 Five Star Schools, announce face mask policies for this fall.
Gov. Jared Polis Mandates Twice A Week COVID Testing For Unvaccinated State EmployeesGov. Jared Polis announced on Friday that all state employees who are not vaccinated must get mandatory COVID-19 testing twice a week.
MLB All-Star Game & Events Linked To Outbreak Of At Least 14 FansMajor League Baseball's All-Star Game and events are believed to be the source of a COVID-19 outbreak among more than a dozen attendees.
Increasing COVID Cases Prompts Strong Action By Colorado HospitalsDenver Health says about 80% of its employees are vaccinated, but workers who haven't received their vaccine shot by November are subject to termination.
UCHealth Requires COVID Vaccine For All Employees, VolunteersUCHealth is requiring all employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Oct. 1.
Parents Trying To Help Kids Recover From Learning Loss Before School StartsSome parents are trying to help their kids get back on track before school starts again.
Olympic Gold Medalist In Colorado Shares Empathy After Simone Biles Pulls Out Of Team FinalsCarrie Bates won gold three times and still remembers the sound of her brother's cheer in 1984.
'Breakthrough' COVID Case Linked To Colorado Springs Bridge CenterA vaccinated person at the Colorado Springs Bridge Center contracted COVID-19.
How To Recognize The Signs Of Dementia-Related BehaviorsDr. Alfredo Rivera, psychiatrist and Medical Director of Senior Adult Services at the HealthONE Behavior Health and Wellness Center, discusses what to look for.
After Months In Hospitals For COVID Battle, Colorado Man Turns A CornerRuss Fortna wheeled his wheelchair out the front door of Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital Saturday morning.
Mesa County Health Experts Alarmed As Delta Variant COVID Cases IncreaseHealth experts are concerned about the stagnant vaccination rates in Mesa County while Delta variant cases are on the rise.
Gov. Jared Polis' Stern Warning For Those Avoiding The COVID VaccineGov. Jared Polis had a stern warning Wednesday for those who are choosing not to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Banner Health To Require Employees To Be Vaccinated Against COVIDEmployees working for Banner Health will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 1 if they want to keep working for the company.
Colorado Doctor Calls Drop In Deaths For Some Common Cancers 'A Celebration For The Medical Community'According to a new report, death rates have dropped for some of the most common cancers.
Coloradans Help Raise Awareness During Spina Bifida Walk & RollThe goal is to raise awareness and financial support for people living with spina bifida.
Amid Donation Shortage, Colorado ICU Nurse Shares Her Own Need For Blood TransfusionsA national shortage of blood donations has made its way to Colorado, potentially jeopardizing the stockpile of life-saving liquid if more donors do not step up to the plate.
Some Colorado Mountain Towns Redirecting Tourism Focus To Stewardship MessagingSome mountain communities are altering their approach to tourism to manage guest experience amid an affordable housing crisis and subsequent labor shortage.
Unrest In Cuba: Project C.U.R.E. In Colorado Providing Medical Supplies To Cubans In NeedProject C.U.R.E. in Colorado is providing medical supplies to Cubans in need. 
Did MLB All-Star Game Drive Up COVID Numbers In Colorado? Doctors Are Waiting And SeeingWhen it comes to COVID-19 outbreaks, health experts say we’re not out of the woods yet.
Number Of Delta Variant COVID Cases In Colorado Concerns Health ExpertsNearly all the hospital beds in Mesa County are full.
COVID In Colorado: Over 600 Cases Of Delta Variant Confirmed In Mesa CountyMore than 600 cases of the Delta variant have been confirmed in Mesa County -- most of them in just the past two weeks.

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