COVID-19

White House outbreak shows testing alone can’t halt virus, Polis says

At an Oct. 2 briefing on COVID-19, Gov. Jared Polis wished President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania — who have tested positive for COVID-19...

A special task force was asked to create eviction prevention policies....

Leanne Wheeler wasn’t surprised when she saw who Gov. Jared Polis appointed to be on his 10-person Special Eviction Prevention Task Force. "When I saw...

Could COVID-19 delay the Supreme Court confirmation hearings?

One of the few obstacles that could prevent Amy Coney Barrett from being confirmed as a Supreme Court justice this year is the coronavirus. That...

Trump has COVID-19: What it means for Biden and the Supreme...

After months of mostly refusing to wear masks, President Trump and his wife are now reported to have tested positive for COVID-19.  Initial reactions have...

Trump to stay ‘the next few days’ at military hospital for...

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump was taken to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in suburban Maryland late Friday afternoon, where White House officials...

U.S. House passes new pandemic relief bill, but talks lag on...

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House on Thursday night narrowly passed a slimmed-down $2.2 trillion Democratic coronavirus relief bill that retains hundreds of billions in...

Nursing homes, assisted-living facilities look cautiously toward indoor visits

Until late summer, residents of nursing homes and assisted-living facilities in Colorado weren’t allowed to see any visitors. A public health order from the Colorado...

Isolation dominates student life at CU Boulder during pandemic

When the University of Colorado Boulder moved classes completely online for at least two weeks starting Sept. 23 and Boulder County Public Health banned...

‘Thousands’ of students not enrolled in school as Polis, school officials...

Gov. Jared Polis and school officials on Tuesday begged Colorado parents to enroll their children in school by Thursday — for their own kids'...

70,000 more Colorado households will be severely rent burdened in coming...

An estimated 70,000 more Colorado households will be severely rent burdened — spending more than half of their income on housing costs — in...

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