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just weeks after ordering shops across the metro area to stop selling kratom products. Flight Over Colorado: Local Aviators To Perform Flyover On ThursdayThe flyover is an aerial salute to …

Denver Public Schools Concerned About Drop In FundingColorado faces a huge budget shortfall amid the coronavirus pandemic and education could be impacted.

Calls To Colorado Crisis Services IncreaseThere are more calls for help due to the coronavirus pandemic and feelings of isolation.

Automatic Hand Washing Machine Improves HygieneOnly about 5% of people wash their hands the right way.

Aurora Public Schools Focuses On Mental HealthThe school district is making sure teachers, staff have access to mental health tools during remote learning.

Some Veterans, Older Adults Struggle With Coronavirus GuidelinesSome people with Alzheimer’s, dementia struggle to wear masks, wash hands often.

200+ COVID-19 Deaths At Nursing Homes Across ColoradoCherry Creek Nursing Center in Aurora had the largest nursing home outbreak in the state.

Unemployment Claims Due To Coronavirus Passes 450,000The benefits total about $100 million per week, before COVID-19 it was about $7 million per week.

Why The 2020 Census Is So ImportantThis year’s Census could be more important than ever.

Seniors From Colorado Class Of 2020 no.35ACBS4 wants to recognize Colorado’s class of 2020 by featuring photos of graduating seniors.

Seniors From Colorado Class Of 2020 no.34ACBS4 wants to recognize Colorado’s class of 2020 by featuring photos of graduating seniors.

Seniors From Colorado Class Of 2020 no.35BCBS4 wants to recognize Colorado’s class of 2020 by featuring photos of graduating seniors.

Seniors From Colorado Class Of 2020 no.34BCBS4 wants to recognize Colorado’s class of 2020 by featuring photos of graduating seniors.

Arts And Culture Relief Fund Created To Help Struggling Organizations During PandemicThe Denver Foundation and Bonfils Station Foundation created the fund.

Colorado Company Uses ‘Dry Fog’ To Disinfect HomesThe technology is used to kill viruses, bacteria and mold.

First Responders Plan Parade For Health Care WorkersThe emergency vehicles lined up around Centura-Littleton Adventist Hospital.

Jefferson County Unveils Mobile VotingThe mobile voting site will include protective measures like screens and hand sanitizer.

CSU’s Steve Addazio Is Ready To Hit The FieldSteve Addazio says he’s ready for football season to begin.

‘Colorado Strong’ Brewed To Help Those Struggling BusinessesThe pale ale is designed to help craft breweries struggling during coronavirus.

Some Claim Not Enough Is Being Done To Protect Inmates At Denver’s JailDenver Mayor Michael Hancock said there are precautions in place to protect those in and working at the jail.

State Health Department Reclassifies Death As COVID-19The Montezuma County Coroner ruled the man’s death as alcohol poisoning.

Reward Grows To $200,000 In Search For Missing WomanSuzanne Morphew, 49, has been missing since Sunday.

‘It’s Amazing’: Health Care Workers Grateful For Aerial Salute By Dozens Of AircraftDozens of pilots organized a salute from the sky Thursday to say thank you to heroes on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic as well as raise money.

Kenny Chesney Postpones Concert At Denver’s Mile High StadiumCountry star Kenny Chesney has postponed his Chillaxification 2020 tour, including the concert scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 8, at Empower Field at Mile High.

Private Ranch In Trinidad Will Become Colorado’s 2nd-Biggest State ParkA private ranch in Trinidad will become Colorado’s 42nd state park.

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