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Saturday, September 24, 2022
DENVER — A total of 67,334 Colorado residents filed for initial unemployment benefits last week, bringing the figure of state residents claiming they have lost their jobs to just more than 279,000. The latest weekly data...
Colorado’s death toll from the novel coronavirus will see a spike this week — not because of any new trajectory of the virus, but because of new information coming to the state’s public health officials. Starting...
Gov. Jared Polis on Wednesday defended his decision to allow some businesses to resume operations next week, saying another month under a stay-at-home mandate wouldn’t eradicate the coronavirus from Colorado — and stressing that the...
The first stage of Colorado’s response to the novel coronavirus pandemic is ending, but the second stage will be far from a return to normal life, Gov. Jared Polis said Monday as he laid out...
Denver artist Pat Milbery had only 15 minutes to instruct the city’s first lady on the artistic use of spray paint. Standing on a scissor lift, they were facing a bare white wall in the...
When Harshal Shah, an internal medicine doctor at Parkview Medical Center in Pueblo, gets home from work, he enters through the garage and walks straight to the basement without greeting his pregnant wife or 4-year-old...
Gov. Jared Polis has made working with Colorado’s neighboring states part of his strategy to emerge from the grip of the coronavirus contagion, pointing to cross-border collaboration more than once during his daily COVID-19 press...
Protesters gathered at the Colorado State Capitol Sunday to oppose the state’s stay-at-home order and other social distancing restrictions implemented amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Both a vehicle protest — dubbed “Operation Gridlock” — and a...
Gov. Jared Polis on Saturday hinted that Colorado remains on track to reopen some parts of its economy on April 27 after his statewide stay-at-home order expires. “While growth of the deadly virus slows in CO,...
DENVER — The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade’s Colorado Creative Industries division will contribute $127,500 to the Colorado Artist Relief Fund to support artists, musicians and other creatives  financially impacted by COVID-19. “Arts...