Polis calls on Coloradans to observe religious holidays safely during COVID-19 crisis

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​Gov. Jared Polis took note Wednesday of the difficulty Coloradans face in celebrating some of the most important holidays on the calendars of major faiths during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Remote learning: COVID-19 crisis breeds teacher creativity

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​Colorado's teachers are learning something: How to teach remotely.

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Polis extends Colorado stay-at-home order until April 26

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The governor made his announcement in an address broadcast on television stations across Colorado.

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Denver extends COVID-19 stay-at-home order; Red Rocks closed for Easter

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Denver Mayor Michael Hancock on Monday announced he is extending the city's stay-at-home order by nearly three weeks amid the continuing battle against coronavirus.

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Colorado Economy: Bridging the Crisis

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How will Colorado’s economy weather the COVID-19 storm? Is the current Federal stimulus package enough? How quickly will Colorado’s economy bounce back?

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Pet adoptions during the COVID-19 crisis

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People across the country are staying indoors, doing their part to combat the COVID-19 virus. Some are taking this time as an opportunity to open their doors to animals in need, through fostering and adoption.

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Polis to Colorado: Wear a mask outdoors

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Gov. Jared Polis on Friday asked Coloradans to "wear nonmedical cloth face masks when they go out of the house" during the coronavirus crisis.

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COVID-19 to keep metro-Denver students home for rest of term

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Classrooms in 14 Denver-area districts will stay off limits to students for the rest of the 2019-20 school year because of the coronavirus pandemic, officials announced Friday.

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Update: Progress in man’s 2-week COVID-19 hospital fight

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A Highlands Ranch man who has been battling COVID-19 in the hospital for two weeks has finally been taken off mechanical ventilation and is "doing well," his wife says, although he remains in intensive care.

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El Paso County deputy dies from COVID-19

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41-year-old Deputy Jeff Hopkins died Wednesday. He was a 19-year veteran of the department.

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Colorado Economy: Business Survival

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Uncertainty about how long many businesses will be closed and the inability to plan for the future has many communities concerned about both short-term and long-term economic stability and the ability of many small businesses to survive.

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Senior communities brace for COVID-19 impact

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While hospitals stand at the front lines of the fight against the new coronavirus, an executive with a Colorado-based chain of senior living communities says they're next in line.

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An economic roundtable: Colorado Banks

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Are you wondering: How safe is my money? How can I get deferrals on my mortgage, loan, or credit card payments? How do I access the stimulus funds?

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A COVID-19 journey through uncertainty and fear, and a wife’s plea

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Doe Kittay took her husband, Barry, to the hospital on March 21. She hasn't been with him since.

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Colorado stores offer hours for senior shopping

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Some of the most vulnerable members of our community are advised to stay away from others. That adherence to advice leads to some issues getting groceries.

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