He is battling cancer and the community is showing their support.
Inside UCHealth's Outdoor Triage TentsLarge triage tents have been erected outside of emergency rooms throughout Northern Colorado as medical professional prepare for a significant influx of COVID-19 cases.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Colorado's Tourism Industry Takes Hit“The tourism industry is a really important one -- it employees about 174,000 jobs across the state,” officials with the Colorado Tourism Office said.
Tenants Across Colorado Say They Need More HelpWhile many landlords across the state are trying find ways to ease the burden of rent, more and more tenants are coming forward to say they need more help.
Innovation Response Team Finds Creative Solutions To Common Problems During Coronavirus PandemicMore than 200 volunteers are working to help Colorado find unique solutions to common problems during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Hundreds Of Workers Not Showing Up To JBS Meat Packing PlantHundreds of workers are staying home each day from their jobs at the JBS meat packing plant in Greeley, after reports of positive tests for coronavirus on some employees.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Many Rural Students Lacking Internet Access Struggling With Remote LearningAs schools across the state are being ordered to stay closed until April 30, CBS4 has learned there are thousands of students in Colorado who are having trouble learning remotely, because they don't have internet access at home.
Protecting First Responders: Colorado Getting $14M Federal Grant To Help FightMore than $14 million in grant money has been allocated to Colorado public safety agencies.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Food Pantry In Summit County Sees Tidal Wave Of NeedThose seeking out food for their families in Summit County began lining up outside the Family & Intercultural Resource Center an hour before the food pantry even opened on Thursday.
Coronavirus In Colorado: UCHealth Hospitals Set Up Triage Tents To Prepare For Influx Of PatientsLarge triage tents have been erected outside of emergency rooms throughout Northern Colorado as medical professional prepare for a significant influx of COVID-19 cases.
Fort Carson Soldiers Setting Up Field Hospital In SeattleSoldiers from Fort Carson's 627th Hospital Center are setting up a field hospital in Seattle.
As Vail Resorts Furloughs Workers Many In Summit County Now Seeking Help From Food PantriesVail Resorts has furloughed its hourly workers causing more people in Summit County to look for help from local food pantries.
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211 Call Center Answers Coloradans' Questions At This Critical TimeAs more Coloradans are being impacted, Mile High United Way’s 211 Help Center is seeing an increase in calls.
Non-Traditional Spaces Could Be Used For Surge Of Patients In ColoradoAs the state moves forward with surge preparations for coronavirus patients, officials say you may see non-traditional, publicly used spaces transformed for hospital bed space.
After Nearly Dying Overseas, Colorado Veteran Contracts CoronavirusMatthew Zien is a 39-year-old Air Force veteran. He served nine tours in the Middle East.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Keeping Nursing Home Residents Safe From COVID-19 Locks Out Loved OnesNursing homes usually encourage social interaction among their residents.
Colorado Students Face Some Hiccups As They Learn Remotely During Coronavirus PandemicThe switch to remote learning hasn't been totally smooth for all Colorado students.
Many Colorado Residents Struggling To Pay Rent Due To CoronavirusRent is due today for many Coloradans but many are struggling to pay due to coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Schools To Remain Closed Through April 30All public and private schools across Colorado will remain closed through April 30, Gov. Jared Polis announced Wednesday.
Governor Polis May Extend Stay At Home Order Until End Of AprilGovernor Polis may announce at a press conference today that he is extending the stay at home order until the end of April.
Englewood Level 1 Trauma Center Remarkably Quiet During Coronavirus PandemicAs hospitals prepare for a surge of coronavirus patients, staff at a Denver level one trauma center are sharing positive news.
'Stitch Ninjas' Need Help Providing Masks To Colorado Health Care WorkersA group of skilled volunteers is using Facebook to coordinate the creation and delivery of DIY masks to facilities all around the Denver metro area.
Coronavirus Leads To Tough Decision For Colorado Couple Trying To Have BabyWould-be parents who have been waiting months, perhaps years, will now have to wait out COVID 19 before trying to have a baby.
'Denver Feed It Forward': Community Pulls Together For Workers, RestaurantsAs the coronavirus pandemic unfolded, Lisa Stite and Susanna Kantor knew they needed to help.