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Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Confirmed coronavirus cases in Colorado rose to 16,907 on Monday and 851 people now have died from COVID-19, the highly contagious respiratory disease caused by the virus. Officials believe the number of infections is much higher...
DENVER — The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission will begin discussions this summer about how exactly it will change its mission in response to mandates from Senate Bill 181, last year’s sweeping reforms to...
WASHINGTON and GREELEY — U.S. President Donald Trump invoked the Defense Production Act to reopen every meat processing plant in the country after several, including the JBS plant in Greeley, were shut down amid coronavirus...
While April 20, celebrated as the unofficial marijuana holiday 4/20, saw the highest single-day sales this year for Colorado retail cannabis shops, sales were well below what retailers have become accustomed to in recent years. The...
DENVER — Weld County businesses that reopened Monday in defiance of Gov. Jared Polis’ COVID-19 “Safer At Home” guidelines — but in keeping with a contrary directive given last week by the Weld County Board...
DENVER — Colorado and Nevada are joining three West Coast states in developing an ongoing response strategy to the health and economic crises generated by the coronavirus. In a statement, Gov. Jared Polis said Colorado and...
A relatively healthy population, fewer people living in poverty and strong compliance with social-distancing rules have helped Colorado avoid the high death tolls some states have endured from COVID-19. But there’s no telling if the...
Gov. Jared Polis on Friday fired back at Weld County’s plan to allow any businesses to reopen next week in defiance of the new statewide safer-at-home guidelines, saying he will “take whatever steps necessary” to...
Colorado reported at least 552 deaths from the new coronavirus Thursday as officials worked to add older cases to the state’s total. The state for the first time also included in that daily total 25 deaths...
The U.S. Justice Department can’t withhold millions of dollars in federal funding to Colorado law enforcement agencies by attaching immigration-related terms and conditions to securing the grants, according to a federal judge’s ruling. Senior U.S. District...