Kids Closer To Getting Vaccine But Likely To Have COVID Restrictions For Another YearManufacturers testing their vaccines on younger children have shown promising result, however, the reality is, kids and young teen will likely have to plan for another year with COVID restrictions in place.
Stephen Brackett Of Denver Band Flobots Doesn't Expect Large Music Concerts To Happen This YearBrackett says people should be ready for smaller concerts and for the chance to see a more popular group in a smaller venue they wouldn't normally play at.
Pilot Found Dead At Site Of Small Plane Crash In Rugged Area West Of DeckersA small plane crashed in a rugged area northwest of Deckers on Saturday and members of a rescue operation that reached the crash site on Sunday determined the pilot died.
Jeremy Chavez Arrested After Allegedly Stealing Firefighting Vehicle In Commerce City, Leading Officers On ChaseA 41-year-old man is under arrest after police say he stole a firefighter's vehicle in Commerce City, led police on a chase and later attempted to carjack a woman.
Arvada Center's Wood Works Explores The Endless Inspiration Of Wood: 'Kind Of Magical'The galleries at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities are offering several ways to explore the inspiration of wood in art.
CDC Announces New COVID-19 Guidance For Gatherings, Travel Ahead Of Easter SundayThis year, some families will finally be able to get together for the Easter holiday after the CDC issued new guidance for group gatherings.
CU Pharmacy Students Compete With Each Other To Help Vaccination EffortAt the beginning of the semester, the school challenged students to get extracurricular experience in working with vaccine distribution.
Many Still Searching For Vaccine Appointments As Health Officials Try To Convince Others To Get ItWhile some people are sharing ideas on how to get the vaccine, health experts were wondering how to make more want it.
See 'Wood.Work' At The Arvada CenterWood.Works runs through April 25 at the Arvada Center. You need to register for free before you go. Masks and temperature checks are required.
CDC OKs Travel Without Testing Inside U.S. For Those Fully VaccinatedTravelers and industry representatives feel like this is an indication that we're heading in the right direction. But they say as travel increases, the need to be safe can't go down.
COVID Vaccine Bus Brings Mobile Clinic To EatonMany residents in the remote northeastern town of Eaton received their COVID-19 vaccines on Friday, thanks to the state’s first vaccine clinic on wheels. Gov. Jared Polis was at the clinic as technicians administered Johnson & Johnsons vaccines to rural Coloradans in the Eaton Rec Center parking lot.
AAA Colorado Excited After CDC OKs Travel Without Testing Inside U.S. For Those Fully VaccinatedA spokesman for AAA Colorado says it is exciting news for the travel industry: people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can now travel within the United States without testing or quarantining. That's according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Denver Donates 13 Bison To Cheyenne And Arapaho TribesMore than a dozen wild bison from Denver are being returned to their native homes on tribal lands. On Friday, Denver officials presented 13 American Bison from from Genesee Park and Daniels Park to the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes. The bison are descendants of the last wild bison in North America.
Amid Rise In Catalytic Converter Thefts, Vail Police Hoping To Hold Community Event To Deter Future ThievesAfter a school in the popular ski town of Vail was burglarized by catalytic converter thieves, Vail Police says it's working on plans to hold a community program to help curtail the theft problem.
The CDC Says People Who Are Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19 Can Now Travel Within The U.S. Without Testing Or QuarantiningPeople who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can now travel within the United States without testing or quarantining. That's according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
COVID In Colorado: Volunteers Needed At Vaccination Clinics In Weld CountyEven those with no medical experience are being asked to step up with registration and traffic management.
Mobile Vaccine Clinics: Colorado Takes Fight Against COVID Pandemic On The RoadWith the sixth massive vaccination site up and running in Colorado, state officials are shifting their focus to getting even more people vaccinated. Four busses will soon be roaming the state, heading to rural and underserved communities, to bring the vaccine closer to Coloradans who want it.
Denver Vendors Celebrate Business Boost From Rockies Opening DayOpening day for the Colorado Rockies was a much-needed boost for downtown Denver businesses.
Confidence In Business: Denver Companies Looking Ahead And Looking UpJust a year ago, researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder projected a very dismal state of the economy, but, a year later, confidence from businesses has taken a 180-degree turn.
A Hearing Is Underway At The State Capital On A Bill That Could Help Save The Lives Of Children Who Have SeizuresThe bill would make sure that if a child has a seizure at school someone would be trained on how to handle the situation.
The Rockies Welcome Back Fans For The First Time In Over 500 DaysToday is the Rockies home opener and for the first time since 2019 fans will be in the stands for a game.
What To Expect From The Colorado Dept. Of Labor If You're A Victim Of Unemployment FraudThursday, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, or CDLE, announced it's now requiring more Coloradans to verify their identity through the ID.me system, as the department says it's seeing an uptick in fraudulent claims. This, after the CDLE said it's already flagged more than 1 million claims.
Family Of Teri Leiker Remembers Her Passion For Working At King SoopersThe family of Teri Leiker shared some of their special memories days after she was killed in the King Soopers shooting in Boulder.
Tickets Are Still Available For Rockies Home Opener This ThursdayRockies will host fans for the first time since 2019 but expect social distancing and other safety measures will be in place.