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Wednesday, April 8, 2020
Mary Meseck, at front, works out with other residents during a twice weekly group workout session while social distancing on Tuesday, April 07, 2020 at the Sunrise at FlatIrons assisted living facility in Broomfield, Colo....
In the worst-case scenario Colorado could be short as many 10,000 ventilators for coronavirus patients, but hospitals and government agencies are trying to avert a situation in which doctors have to make life-or-death decisions about...
BOULDER — After retail cannabis sales spiked in mid-March amid fears that the coronavirus would shutter dispensaries, pot shop revenues have nosedived over the past two weeks. Colorado dispensaries had their busiest day March 23 when...
Anthony Vargas, left, and his girlfriend Cassandra Trujillo wait to cross the road in front of Coors Field on Friday, April 03, 2020 in Denver. The Colorado Rockies home openening game was scheduled for today,...
Colorado lawmakers don’t have to meet for 120 consecutive days during a declared public health emergency, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled in a narrow decision Wednesday. The General Assembly’s regular legislative session is limited to 120...
The number of people locked up in Colorado’s biggest jails has dropped by nearly a third as county sheriffs continue mitigating the risk of coronavirus spreading inside their facilities. The total population of the 15 largest...
Jill Hunsaker Ryan, who leads the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, said Wednesday that she tested negative for the new coronavirus after experiencing symptoms, including shortness of breath, dry cough and a sore...
In Colorado and across the nation unemployment insurance claims have skyrocketed as state and local governments have ordered non-essential businesses to close amid the coronavirus outbreak. While the full economic impact of the virus may not...
DENVER — An additional 61,583 Colorado residents filed for first-time unemployment benefits last week, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment reportedThursday morning, as the economic effects of the novel coronavirus continue to stop the...
Faced with a global supply chain crisis, Gov. Jared Polis on Wednesday said Colorado is taking aggressive steps to get critical protective supplies on its own to combat the novel coronavirus outbreak, while the head...