Life as an adjunct instructor means constant uncertainty, explained Alex Wolf-Root.
Coming from the Manhattan District Attorney's office, Michael Dougherty says he's learned to in do justice in "every case, without fear or favor."
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis took the national cable news spotlight Monday talking about the rise of the coronavirus in the state, mail in ballots and Mike Coffman.
Due to snow, extreme cold and dangerous driving conditions, five COVID-19 testing sites will be closed in various parts of the state on Monday.
WASHINGTON — Vice President Mike Pence plans to maintain an aggressive campaign schedule this week despite an apparent outbreak of the coronavirus among his senior aides, the White House says.
John Wilson sat in the middle of the courtroom alone, wearing a black cloth tied over his lower face like a bandana. Beside him in the pew was a satchel with a stack of loose documents that represented his doomed eviction defense.
Rising hospitalizations due to COVID-19 have prompted the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to order limitations on gatherings in all counties at the "Safer at Home" status.
"As spiritual leaders overseeing 427 churches in Colorado, we are critical of the recent federal court ruling regarding public health, which allows faith communities to not adhere to state public health mandates regarding crowd size and mask wearing," read their letter to Gov. Jared Polis.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced the Colorado Exposure Notification service Thursday morning, which will alert anyone who enables the app to be notified if they've been near someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
According to the White House's Coronavirus Task Force, Colorado is among five more states added to the "red zone" this week, which means 100 cases or more per 100,000 population. Colorado, the task force said, is now at 115 cases per 100,000.
Boulder County Public Health, in coordination with several other agencies, has launched an initiative to expand free COVID-19 tests for underserved and high-risk populations.
Gov. Jared Polis and the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative awarded $1 million in COVID-19 relief to 12 colleges and universities in the state, the Colorado Department of Higher Education announced Wednesday.
Douglas County residents could be eligible for assistance with food, medication, gas, burials, housing costs if provided an eviction notice, utility bills if provided a shutoff notice and motel costs if experiencing homelessness.
The campaign, Step Up Colorado, launches Tuesday on social and digital media and onto TV and radio in the coming weeks. The campaign, which is being paid for with CARES Act funds, will run through the end of the year. It will emphasize the importance of wearing masks and maintaining social distancing of at least 6 feet.
The free and optional app, VeriFLY, is the first of its kind, a DIA spokeswoman told Colorado Politics, and is currently only available at Denver’s airport. The program allows travelers to reserve a spot for Transportation Security Administration screening and provides a limited-capacity train car to their gate.
COVID-19 guidance for ski areas and resorts was released Monday regarding social distancing, mask wearing and group sizes.
WASHINGTON — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi reported some progress in advance of a Tuesday deadline for reaching a pre-election deal with President Donald Trump on a new coronavirus relief package, but the same core problems bedeviling the effort remain in place despite optimistic talk from the …
Denver city employees are taking another unpaid furlough day Monday to offset the cost of the coronavirus-addled economy, which has set the city back $220 million this year and $190 million in the next.
Seven months into the coronavirus pandemic, religious organizations have been in the forefront of clashes over government-ordered restrictions on large gatherings aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19 that they claim violate constitutional rights and discriminate against them.
Hours after Denver instituted stricter public health orders, Arapahoe and Adams counties announced that they would limit gatherings and implement other restrictions in a bid to stunt the spread of the coronavirus.
Colorado has hit yet another new high in daily COVID-19 diagnoses: 1,312, Gov. Jared Polis said at a Friday press conference, where he announced that the state was submitting its vaccination distribution plan to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.
Vaccines are likely at least a month or more away from being available. During a Friday news conference, Gov. Jared Polis said Pfizer hopes to pursue emergency use authorization for a vaccine in late November.
Effective immediately, face coverings will be required in all outdoor settings with few exceptions, including being outside alone or with a household member. Organized athletic programming will also be exempt. The second order will cut the number of unrelated people allowed to gather together in half, from 10 to 5, in both public and private gatherings, non-organized athletic events and workplace settings, such as meetings.
Researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder are working to develop the future of musical performances, discovering if and how playing instruments can spread COVID-19.
Though coronavirus testing has drastically improved since the pandemic's spring beginnings, health officials stressed Thursday that it is just one component of overall prevention that needs public buy-in to truly be effective.
For the second straight week, state health officials listed a Colorado university as the source of a sizable coronavirus outbreak, and for the second straight week, the school says there is no such outbreak. But state health officials said there was community transmission within the college and that reporting only on separate, smaller outbreaks didn't capture that spread.
The number of new applications for unemployment benefits rose 898,000 last week, the Labor Department reported on Thursday.
Gov. Jared Polis received his flu shot Wednesday on the lawn of the governor's mansion, urging the public to get vaccinated during a "critical juncture" before the flu season further complicates Colorado's resurgent coronavirus threat.
The recommendations specifically include the promotion of lift ticket purchases online or by phone and the requirement to wear masks on lifts and gondolas, with gondola windows kept open even in inclement weather. However, in extreme weather or in the event of injury or emergency, ski areas are allowed to prioritize needs for shelter and safety ahead of the pandemic guidance.
The University of Colorado Boulder has become the state's unofficial poster child for COVID-19 since the record-breaking outbreak began in September. And CU students are not happy about it.
The timing and extent of the nation's and Colorado's economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic will depend on how quickly the virus spreads in the coming months, a Federal Reserve Bank economist said Tuesday.
Perhaps no industry has been more critical of Polis' handling of the pandemic than the restaurant industry, which has fought the governor in court and complained that his limits on restaurant capacity and "last call" orders are strangling many restaurants into bankruptcy.
Colorado reported nearly 1,050 new positive coronavirus cases Monday — the most since March, Gov. Jared Polis said Tuesday when he also announced that deaths from the virus had topped 2,000 in the state.
Even though public health experts acknowledge that outside activities with social distance are a relatively safe environment from COVID-19, Colorado Parks and Wildlife has nonetheless released a list of recommendations for hunters this season.
Colorado and Denver health officials are emphasizing vaccinations and preparedness ahead of a flu season that could exacerbate the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the stressed health care system fighting it.
“We’re at another make-or-break moment here,” he cautioned. “Our city and our residents can’t afford a setback. We need everyone to keep wearing their masks and avoid gathering in large groups by any measure.”
The governor did make one change from previous mask orders. The order allows the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, in conjunction with local public health departments, to grant waivers for "certain indoor activities that take place for a limited time period if such activities cannot practically or safely be performed while wearing a mask."
“Burnout amongst health care workers, especially in the ICU pre-pandemic was at epidemic proportions already,” Anuj Mehta, a pulmonologist at National Jewish Health, told Colorado Public Radio. “And it's only worse now. It's going to be a reckoning that we all have to face.”