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COVID-19

What state health officials currently know – and don’t know – about COVID-19 in...

Scott Bookman, the state public health incident commander for the coronavirus outbreak, spoke with reporters Monday afternoon in a press conference that left more...
The state Capitol on Jan. 8, 2020, the opening day of the session. (Photo by John Herrick)

Economic ripple effects of COVID-19 could deal an $800 million blow to Colorado’s budget...

The speedy spread of COVID-19 has slowed Colorado's economy, state economists say.  In December, Colorado was projected to collect an extra $832.5 million in revenue...
Whether it’s a snow day or a pandemic, one of the biggest considerations when deciding to close schools is how to continue to feed children. Breakfasts and lunches served at school are a critical source of nutrition for many students.

MAP: Here’s where children can get meals while Colorado schools are closed due to...

Lee aquí en español. On the heels of widespread school closures announced Thursday and Friday, Colorado districts have rolled out plans to keep feeding the...
The Colorado State Legislature recessed for two weeks on March 14, 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Colorado’s elected officials grapple with how to keep public meetings open amid pandemic Any...

As the COVID-19 pandemic forces everybody to consider limiting their exposure to other people, local elected officials are starting to think about how they...
COVID-19

Colorado lawmakers recess amid COVID-19 outbreak Some lawmakers are wondering if they'll come back....

Lawmakers cleaned out their desks and headed home Saturday afternoon after an unprecedented vote to recess Colorado’s legislature in an effort to protect public...

U.S. House passes coronavirus response bill; Buck lone Colorado rep to vote no The...

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House early Saturday morning approved an emergency stimulus package to combat the coronavirus pandemic after President Donald Trump signaled his...
Empty classroom at Lakewood High School.

Denver, other Colorado districts closing all schools to slow spread of coronavirus

More than two dozen Colorado school districts that collectively serve more than two-thirds of the state’s students announced Thursday that they would close for...

Colorado public defenders seek to release people from jail before COVID-19 outbreak Three-quarters of...

Colorado's public defenders are asking judges across the state to release jail inmates out of concern they could be hardest hit by COVID-19, the...
Attorneys in a Colorado death penalty case have filed a motion for the court to protect prospective jurors from coronavirus. (Photo by Getty Images)

Colorado attorneys argue jury selection amid pandemic putting people at ‘needless and severe risk’...

Lawyers for a Colorado death penalty defendant say the court is subjecting scores of prospective jurors “to needless and severe risk” of contracting the...
A Glendale King Soopers limits the sale of bottled water among other staples to customers stocking up in response to uncertainty over the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores across the country are racing to keep supplying toilet paper, sanitizer and other items. (Photo by Alison Cooper, March, 11, 2020.)

Water supply safe from coronavirus, state health officials say Bottled water among staples disappearing...

Don’t worry about your drinking water.  That’s the message from state health officials who are assuring the public the coronavirus has not been detected in...
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