Denver Adds Community Vaccination Sites In Several NeighborhoodsDenver is working with the Colorado Department of Public Health to establish several fixed community vaccination sites around the city.
Jefferson County Prepares For Level Blue On State's COVID-19 DialThe county will drop from Level Yellow to Level Blue on the Colorado COVID-19 dial on Friday.
Bill To Limit THC Potency In Pot Pits Moms Against MomsThe bill would limit the potency of marijuana that can be sold in Colorado.
Fewer Restrictions On Large Gatherings Anticipated With Decrease In COVID CasesThe State of Colorado has announced a plan to become more lenient with large gatherings.
Impact Of Severe Cold Weather Raises Concerns Over Price Of Natural GasThe cold weather has already affected service for Colorado families.
Students Make A Case For Snow Days: 'Get Away From The Stresses Of School And COVID'Snow forecasts used to have kids glued to the radio or TV waiting for word if their school was going to declare a snow day.
Travelers Will Be Heading To Colorado High Country Soon For Spring Break Which Means Enforcement Of Mask MandatesBreckenridge is preparing for spring break visitors by hiring extra help to enforce mask rules.
Giving Circle Works To Uplift Marginalized Communities, Women Of ColorBlack women have had a long history of building communities out of giving within any circumstance.
Some Denver-Area Schools Close, Others Delay Start Or Move To Remote Learning After Pileup Of SnowA very healthy dose of winter snow overnight fell across the Denver metro area, and many schools have decided to close, delay their start or move to remote learning only on Thursday.
'It's Our Livelihood': Businesses Near Convention Center Eager For EventsThe announcement that events are returning to the Colorado Convention Center is leading many to believe a rebirth of downtown Denver is near.
Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Awaits Emergency Approval For Use In The United StatesThe J&J vaccine only requires one dose compared to two doses needed for the Moderna and Pfizer vaccine.
Girls & Science Goes Virtual With Events Throughout The Month Of MarchThe new format features virtual clubhouses, clubhouse chats, and stories with scientists focused on connecting future scientists with women in STEAM careers.
UCHealth Researchers Studying If Convalescent Plasma Can Keep High-Risk COVID Patients Out Of The HospitalResearchers at UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital are looking at the effectiveness of convalescent plasma in keeping high-risk COVID-19 patients out of the hospital.
Coloradans Look Ahead To Potential Spring & Summer EventsWith more vaccinations and declining case numbers, Colorado is looking ahead to what the spring and summer could look like.
EXCLUSIVE: Police Documents Detail Chilling Stabbing & Stalking Of Fort Collins WomanThe man accused of stalking and trying to kill his ex-girlfriend later killed himself.
The Clock Is Ticking For School Districts To Decide On Standardized TestingDistricts and parents need to decide if they want students to take standardized testing this school year.
'Back To Good Health': Firefighting Pilots Now Seeding Pine Gulch Burn ScarThe burn scar from the one of the largest wildfires in Colorado's history is already showing signs of new life.
COVID In Colorado: Vaccines Can Cause Worrisome Side Effect For WomenGetting a COVID-19 vaccine is a relief for most people, but some women are discovering a worrisome side effect from both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.
'Elijah McClain Should Still Be Here': Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Wilson Responds To Report Calling For Major ChangesThe Aurora Police Department and Aurora Fire Department responded on Tuesday to an independent review into the death of Elijah McClain.
Follow The Checklist: Colorado Pilot Trainers Explain How United Flight 328 Likely Landed SafelyPilots all over Colorado and the world are praising the pilots of United Airlines Flight 328 for getting the plane back to DIA safely.
Grand County Is Hoping To Lower COVID Case Count Before The Peak Of Spring BreakThe county is hoping to get case numbers down so they can move down to level yellow before the spring break peak.
Wyoming Teenager, Electrocuted While Helping Others, Leaves Swedish Medical Center After 6 WeeksA teenager from Kinnear, Wyoming left Swedish Medical Center in Englewood after spending six weeks in the burn unit. KyZaia Jones said goodbye like a celebrity, happy to high five the dozens of staff members who lined the hallway.
Those Who Have Damage Due To United Airplane Debris Now Have Questions On Who Will PayThose who have damage from Saturday's United airplane debris falling causing damage want to know who is going to pay for what was left behind.
Independent Investigation Into Elijah McClain's Death Complete, Major Aurora Police Changes RecommendedAn independent investigation into the death of Elijah McClain recommends major changes to how the Aurora Police Department handles use of force cases.