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CLOSE The CDC suggests cleaning high-touch surfaces, including photos, daily amid the coronavirus pandemic. Wochit Who's ready for some new reading material? While Poudre River Public Library District's Old Town and Council Tree libraries began...
CLOSE Gov. Jared Polis gave an update May 18 on coronavirus testing in Colorado, saying anyone who is symptomatic (and some essential workers) can be tested. USA TODAY Handout Colorado now has enough...
DENVER -- The lack of respect remains jarring. Nationally, the Broncos are not viewed as a team capable of pulling a U-turn. They linger behind the Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets, in...
DENVER – The state’s computer system for unemployment filings last week potentially exposed the private data of some Coloradans who had filed for federal unemployment benefits. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment said that the...
Denver Parks and Recreation announced back in March their recreation centers would remain closed until further notice. Today, they have extended the closure to all recreational programs including summer camps and outdoor pool operations until...
DENVER — Governor Jared Polis signed an executive order over the weekend, extending an earlier mandate requiring workers in critical businesses and critical government functions to wear non-medical cloth face coverings while at work and...
Although there is no exact re-opening date for restaurants and bars to allow dine-in seating, Governor Jared Polis said today in a press conference the state will release initial guidelines today or tomorrow on how restaurants...
DENVER – Colorado is expected to release draft guidance for how restaurants can begin to safely reopen Monday or Tuesday, and cities are being advised to start looking at opening up sidewalks and streets to...