Pandemic Is A Trying Time For Women-Owned Businesses In ColoradoSmall business issued a cry for help with the release of a survey of women-owned business in Colorado.
State Lawmakers Aim To Tackle Unemployment IssuesColorado lawmakers are hoping to help fix some of the problems with unemployment benefits when the legislative session resumes next week.
COVID Denver Testing Sites Closed Feb. 12-15The testing sites will be closed those four days due to cold weather and the President’s Day holiday.
Denver Teams Up With Denver Health To Open Community COVID Vaccine SitesThe first site will open in Montbello on Feb. 18. The city says locations in Northeast, West, and Southwest Denver will follow.
COVID Pandemic Has Deep Impact On Organ DonationThe American Transplant Foundation is a nonprofit that helps donors and recipients pivot with the coronavirus pandemic.
Give From The HeART This Valentine’s DayArts Through It All is an effort to encourage everyone to look to their favorite arts organizations for gifts for their Valentine.
Drugs Laced With Fentanyl Suspected In Boulder, Broomfield DeathsAuthorities are concerned about recent deaths due to drugs laced with fentanyl in Boulder and Broomfield counties.
Reality Star Shorty Rossi Surprised By Murder-For-Hire Arrest of Lawyer Jennifer EmmiShorty Rossi, who starred in the cable TV reality show “Pit Boss,” is shocked to learn friend and legal advisor, Jennifer Emmi, arrested in murder-for-hire plot.
Black Lives Matter Flag Not Allowed By Littleton HOAThe BLM flag has been displayed in front of the home since August 2020.
Winter Ski Area Reports 100+ Employees With COVIDThe resort detected the outbreak on Jan. 23 and makes up more than 6% of the staff at Winter Park.
Denver To Concentrate On Community Vaccination SitesThe vaccination plan will include mobile clinic events to reach underserved communities.
Aurora Police Find Toddler, Ask For Public’s Help Locating ParentsPolice in Aurora are searching for the parents or guardian of a toddler who was found on Thursday.
Aurora Police Officer Fired For Using Excessive ForceVideo shows the officer repeatedly tasing the suspect in a grocery store.
Larimer County Is Offering Stipend To County Employees Working From HomeFor county employees working from home they will soon receive a stipend to improve their work from home space.
Black-Owned And Operated Lincoln Hills Celebrated For Its Place In Colorado HistoryLincoln Hills was built in the 1920’s as a safe place for black people to be able visit and be able to enjoy the Colorado outdoors.
Fort Carson Nurses, Medical Personnel Join Active-Duty Troops In COVID Vaccination EffortThe Biden administration’s rollout out of active-duty troops to boost vaccination capacity is off to a slow start as the Federal Emergency Management Agency sorts through requests from individual states, according to multiple defense officials.
Pharmacies At Kings Soopers & Wal-Mart Will Start Helping With Vaccine DistributionColorado pharmacies will receive doses of the COVID-19 vaccine as early as Thursday from a federal program sending it directly to retail businesses. King Soopers and Walmart were the two pharmacies chosen to start the program in the state.
Bitter Cold And Snow The WeekendWatch Lauren Whitney’s forecast
CBSN Denver Sportsline February 11thMichael Spencer covers some sports betting 101, and takes a look at the lines as Colorado visits Stanford.
Colorado Could Soon Get A New 450 Acre Mountain ParkAxton Ranch is 450 acres and the family that owns it would like to donate it to Colorado Parks and Recreation.
Train And Semi Truck Collide In Ault, Crude Oil SpillsA Union Pacific Railroad train and a semi truck collided on Thursday morning in Ault. It happened just after 8 a.m. at the intersection of Highway 14 and Highway 85 in the middle of the Weld County town.
COVID-19 Forces Delay Of Five Points Jazz FestivalThe 2021 Five Points Jazz Festival is being delayed, due to “a combination of health concerns and economic uncertainty.”