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Colorado Restaurants Face Unique Challenges Under New Reopening GuidelinesSome restaurant owners say they aren't ready, and others aren't sure they can make a profit with the new guidelines.
‘Just Do It’: Foster Father Encourages Other Parents To Get InvolvedThere are 4,502 Colorado children and youths living in foster care.
Laporte Man Extends Helping Hand With Food Bank StationA northern Colorado man is using empathy to give back to those facing tough times.
Veterans Quarantined In Aurora Nursing Home Get Touching Military Tribute On Memorial DayVeterans quarantined at the Veteran's Community Living Center at Fitzsimons couldn't go to the cemetery to pay their respects to their fallen comrades on Memorial Day, so volunteers with the American Legion brought a military ceremony to them.
Another COVID-19 Positive King Soopers Employee Who Worked In Denver DiesA second Kroger employee, James Mckay, who worked at a King Soopers in Denver has died after contracting coronavirus.
Reopening Colorado: Governor Gives The OK For Restaurants To Have Dine-In Customers Starting WednesdayAfter weeks of only serving takeout during the coronavirus pandemic, restaurants will finally be allowed to offer dine-in service across the state starting on Wednesday.
Estes Park Sees Some Visitors As Area Gradually ReopensRocky Mountain National Park hasn't reopened yet.
Dine-In Service Could Be Coming Soon To Restaurants Across ColoradoAfter weeks of only serving takeout during the coronavirus pandemic, restaurants may finally be allowed to offer dine-in service across the state.
Former Weld County Inmate, Released During Pandemic, Now Accused Of StrangulationA former Weld County Jail inmate, who was released early from a two year sentence due to COVID-19 concerns, is now accused of attacking and strangling someone one month after his release.
Larimer County Allowed To Open Qualified BusinessesRestaurants, gyms, churches and more establishments will be allowed to slowly reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to a variance granted by the state of Colorado.
Douglas County Restaurants Jump On Reopening Following Variance ApprovalThe board of Douglas County Commissioners announced just after midnight Saturday that some businesses can open effective immediately.
Douglas County Gets Green Light To Reopen Effective ImmediatelyA variance approved by the state will allow gyms, churches, restaurants and the Park Meadows Mall to open back up to customers.
Miller Moths Are At Average Numbers This YearIt seems like more because the past few years have been less than average in Colorado.
Churches, Houses Of Worship Remain Open In ColoradoThere is a new order from Pres. Trump that churches, houses of worship be reopened.
Denver Department Of Health Claims Coronavirus Death At USPS FacilityThe USPS denies the COVID-19 death and refuses to shut down the facility.
MIS-C Cases Shows Up In Colorado ChildrenIt's unclear how many children have multisystem inflammatory syndrome or may have had it in Colorado.
Search For Missing Woman In Chaffee County ContinuesThe search for Suzanne Morphew has moved near the Arkansas River.
Waffle House Shooting Suspect Kelvin Watson Appears In CourtKelvin Watson is facing attempted first-degree murder charge for attacking a Waffle House cook.
Theme Parks Might Be Able To Take Lessons Learned From The Opening Of Disneyland ShanghaiA visit to a theme park may not be the same as it used to be but it may be less crowded.
With Pedaling Growing In Popularity, Buying A New Bicycle May Be ToughIt’s well-known that Coloradans like to get out on a bicycle more than many others, but if the trails seem a little more crowded lately it's not just your imagination.
Reopening Colorado: Scent Of Cinnamon Rolls Wafts From Glen Haven General Store's Open DoorsThe thin air of a small Colorado town once again carries the sweet smell of freshly baked cinnamon rolls.
Finding Suzanne Morphew: Investigators Search For Missing Mom On Residential Property In SalidaSheriff department says they are done for the day but not done with the search.
Today A Virtual Court Hearing Was Held Over Governor Polis Executive Order Allowing Petitions To Be Signed By Mail Or EmailGovernor Polis is allowing ballot petitions to be signed by mail or email but some believe he overstepped in doing so.
Nonprofit, A Little Help, Keeping Older Coloradans Safer At HomeMore than 1,100,000 Coloradans are over the age of 60.

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