One Million ‘Citizen Scientists’ WantedThe only qualifications for becoming a ‘Citizen Scientist’ are being over 18 and owning a smartphone.
The Market At Larimer Square Announces Closure Amid CoronavirusOne of Denver’s downtown staples announced it will close its doors in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Colorado Lawmaker Donates Plasma To Help Others During Coronavirus PandemicA Colorado state lawmaker who beat COVID-19 is now hoping to help others who are infected.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Fashion Designer Stays Busy During Uncertain TimesTextile workers are part of an industry affected by the COVID-19 pandemic like so many businesses across the country.
Castle Rock Police Need Help Identifying Car Break-In SuspectsPolice in Castle Rock look for suspects in car and mailbox break-ins.
Colorado’s Cattle Ranchers Fear Future As Meat Plant ClosesThe closure of the JBS meat processing plant in Greeley has hit especially hard at a feed yard in Wiggins.
What Does Shutting JBS Facility Mean For Workers?One of the largest meat packing plants in Colorado will temporarily close due to COVID-19.
African Americans In Colorado Hit Hard By COVID-19Gov. Jared Polis announced this week the COVID-19 outbreak in Colorado is being seen at higher rates in African Americans and other communities of color.
Third Employee At JBS Plant Dies From CoronavirusGov. Jared Polis talked with Vice President Mike Pence three times over the weekend in regards to the coronavirus outbreak at the JBS meat packing plant in Greeley.
100th Coronavirus Patient Discharged From Banner Health In GreeleyBanner Health in Greeley has released the 100th coronavirus patient in northern Colorado.
Arvada Approves Some Small Business LoansBusinesses with less than 50 employees can apply for the no-interest loans.
Park County Leaders Debate Closing County To VisitorsThis discussion comes after an out-of-state visitor died from coronavirus over the weekend.
Boulder Furloughs 700+ Employees During Coronavirus PandemicThe City of Boulder employees were informed of the furlough on Tuesday.
The Ranch In Loveland Is Being Converted Into Alternative Care SiteThe space will be used for coronavirus patients who need less intensive care.
Black Hawk Helicopters Land In Downtown DenverA US Army Lt. Gen. visited the Colorado Convention Center.
More People Discharged From Hospital After CoronavirusSome health officials believe Colorado is flattening the curve.
More Snow And Cold Arriving QuicklyWatch Lauren Whitney’s forecast
Nearly 8,000 Coronavirus Cases In ColoradoThere are 329 deaths with 1,556 hospitalized with COVID-19 in Colorado.
Hiker, Two Dogs Rescued From Mee CanyonThe hiker was rescued after his hiking partner died after falling.
CU Boulder Donates 130,000 Pieces Of PPE To Protect Frontline WorkersThe donations will go to health care providers, long-term care facilities, and first responders. Katie Johnston reports.
Colorado Allows Online Sales Of Marijuana During Coronavirus PandemicColorado has made online sales of recreational marijuana legal during the coronavirus pandemic, fulfilling one of the pot industry’s biggest wishes and fueling its argument for more concessions that could be made permanent when the crisis eases. Katie Johnston reports.
Cargill Meat Packing Plant In Fort Morgan Confirms Cases Of CornavirusWorkers at the Cargill meat packing plant in Fort Morgan have tested positive for the coronavirus, but officials are not saying how many cases have been confirmed. Katie Johnston reports.
Civil Air Patrol Delivers PPE To Eagle CountyThe delivery was made over the weekend to help protect against the spread of coronavirus.
Researchers Rely On Citizen Scientists To Learn How Coronavirus SpreadsThey plan on asking thousands questions about how COVID-19 is impacting everyone.