310,000 Records Compromised In University Of Colorado Data BreachData accessed in the breach includes grades and transcript data, visa and disability status, medical and prescription information and in limited cases, Social Security numbers and university financial account information.
Centura Health To Stop Using Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine At Drive-Up Mass Vaccination EventsCentura Health will stop using the Johnson & Johnson or Janssen COVID vaccine at their drive-up mass vaccination events.
Colorado Confirms More Cases Of P.1 Or Brazilian Variant Across StateMore cases of the P.1 or Brazilian Variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus are showing up in Colorado.
Colorado Expands Program Offering Free At-Home COVID Rapid TestsThe State of Colorado is now offering free at-home rapid testing for anyone who works in a public-facing job.
Longmont High School Drumline Ranks In Top 15 In U.S.Their final recorded performance will be submitted as part of the annual Winter Guard International World Championships.
Bruch Randolph Students Plant School GardenThe 11th graders filled up planters at the school for fruits and vegetables.
Accused STEM School Gunman Devon Erickson To Go On Trial May 24Suspect Devon Erickson will stand trial for the death of Kendrick Castillo in the school shooting.
Sen. Michael Bennet Champions Pres. Biden’s Child Tax CreditThe new child tax credit is part of the American Rescue Plan signed into law by Pres. Biden.
Parker Family Asked To Deboard Southwest Airlines Flight After Face Mask Issue With ToddlerThe family from Parker was able to make it to their destination thanks to the generosity of a pilot.
State Lawmaker Pushes For Biometric Data ProtectionsBiometric data includes technology like facial scans, iris scans, fingerprint scans and can be at risk with hackers.
‘The Villager’ April Fool’s Day Article CriticizedThe Asian American community in Greenwood Village said the satirical content is not funny.
‘Fourth Wave’ In Colorado: Gov. Jared Polis Warns State Is Seeing Significant Increase In COVID-19 CasesGov. Jared Polis said our hospitals are not approaching capacity, but said the increase is significant.
Due To A Rise In COVID Cases, Some Local Schools Will Return To Remote Learning For The Next Two WeeksFour schools in Jefferson County are returning to remote learning for the next two weeks due to a rise in COVID cases.
4 States, Including Colorado, Have Reported People Having Reactions To The Johnson & Johnson COVID VaccinePeople in Georgia, Colorado, North Carolina, and Iowa have reported having a reaction after receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Colorado Springs Police Arrest 4 Suspects Wanted In More Than A Dozen RobberiesFour suspects have been arrested in Colorado Springs for more than a dozen robberies.
Foothills Animal Shelter Owes $21,135 For Natural Gas Bill For February, 7 Times More Than Typical BillIf you received a big natural gas bill for the month of February, you are not alone. That’s the month that Texas got hit with a snowstorm and cold snap that crippled the natural gas energy industry there.
‘Be Happy Boutique’ Offers Beautiful Dresses In Honor Of 12-Year-Old GirlThis spring many high schools are hoping to bring back prom. While student safety is a top priority during the coronavirus pandemic, so is looking stylish for the magical night.
Michael Jefferson Arrested In 1985 Murder Of Roger Dean, Cold Case Featured On ‘Unsolved Mysteries’The Douglas County sheriff announced an arrest in a homicide from 36 years ago that was featured on the TV show ‘Unsolved Mysteries.’ Michael Jefferson, 64, is now charged with murder in the death of Roger Dean, 51, in 1985. The suspect was identified using DNA and genetic genealogy, according to Sheriff Tony Spurlock.
Dangerous Suspect Escapes From Thornton Police Two Different Times Friday MorningAn extensive manhunt was being conducted in Thornton Friday after police tried unsuccessfully two times to capture a dangerous armed suspect. Officers fired their weapons at the man at one point.
Temperature Roller Coaster Continues This WeekendWatch Lauren Whitney’s forecast
Denver Pride 5K Returns For Limited In-Person Race This YearThe Denver Pride 5K is back for an in-person race this year. Registrations are open for a limited number of participants on June 26 at Cheesman Park.
COVID In Glenwood Springs: Garfield County Sheriff’s Office Temporarily Closed Due To OutbreakThe Garfield County Sheriff’s Office is temporarily closed due to a COVID-19 outbreak. At least four detention facility members and 17 inmates at the detention facility in Glenwood Springs have been confirmed sick.
Colorado Doctors Urge State Lawmakers To Establish Prescription Drug Affordability BoardSome Colorado doctors want help for their patients when it comes to saving money for expensive prescription drugs.
City And County Building, Others Around Denver Lit Up In Teal To Support Sexual Assault VictimsSome buildings around Denver are lit up with teal lights this month to show support for sexual assault victims. It’s part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.