December 4, 2020

‘Colorado Pet Pantry’ Helps Families Feed Pets During Pandemic – News, Weather & Sports For All Of Colorado

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‘Colorado Pet Pantry’ Helps Families Feed Pets During PandemicWhile some families are struggling to feed themselves, Colorado Pet Pantry is helping keep those pets at home with food, other supplies.

Lysol Helps Gov. Jared Polis Sanitize New Law While Under Quarantine For CoronavirusGov. Polis added an extra layer of protection by spraying the new laws with Lysol.

Coronavirus Vaccine Trials On Children Just Getting UnderwayThere are some questions surrounding the vaccine and how it may impact children.

Colorado Hospitals Prepare To Vaccinate Nurses, Doctors, Patients Against CoronavirusPlans are finalizing as hospitals in Colorado prepare to vaccinate the frontline workers against coronavirus within the next few days.

Women’s Suffrage Monument Gets Senate ApprovalThe U.S. Senate approves plan to install ‘Every Word We Utter’ Women’s Suffrage Monument.

Small Businesses Get A Boost From CSU, Larimer CountyThe “Pivot Jumpstart” program, funded with $200,000 from the county, links local small businesses with business professors from CSU’s well-respected College of Business.

Visitors To Aspen, Pitkin County Must Sign Affidavit For Negative Coronavirus TestVisitors to Pitkin County must commit to following COVID-19 restrictions and quarantine if necessary.

When Officials Expect To Know The Impact Of Thanksgiving GatheringsThe number of COVID-19 cases in Colorado grew by more than 6,000 on Thursday.

CO Ballet Being Broadcast For The HolidaysWhile live performances are shutdown, the CO Ballet is figuring out how to continue dancing.

Mounted Patrol Hits Chick-Fil-A Drive Thru In CentennialEmployees at a Chick-fil-A in Centennial had some surprising customers come through the drive thru. Six deputies on horseback moseyed on up to the window while patrolling the Streets of Southglenn.

Capitol Hill Residents Question Safety Of Sanctioned Homeless Camp Near Site With Tents, GarbageThe City of Denver and the Interfaith Alliance are one step closer to building two outdoor safe spaces for people experiencing homelessness. The second temporary use permit was approved to build a site at 16th and Pearl, but there is already a homeless camp there.

COVID In Colorado: School Districts Report Critical Staff Shortages In New SurveyCritical staff shortages are presenting significant challenges for Colorado school districts as they struggle to maintain operations for both in-person and remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cherry Creek North Has A New Outdoor Holiday MarketCherry Creek has created a new outdoor shopping market for small businesses during the holiday season.

Arvada Home Goes Up In Flames, 1 Person HurtOne person was taken to the hospital after a home in Arvada caught fire. When firefighters got there heavy flames were coming from the house and they immediately worked to try to prevent the fire from spreading to neighboring homes.

COVID In Colorado: Eastern Plains Doctor Kurt Papenfus Drives Himself To Faraway Hospital After Contracting The VirusFront-line workers will be some of the first people in Colorado to get the COVID-19 vaccine, and among them may be Dr. Kurt Papenfus. Papenfus is the Chief of Staff at Keefe Memorial Hospital located in Cheyenne Wells on Colorado’s Eastern Plains.

COVID In Colorado: First Shipments Of Coronavirus Vaccine Could Arrive In The Next Few DaysIf all goes as planned, the first shipment of COVID-19 vaccines could be in Colorado in a matter of days. The vaccine will be the one manufactured by Pfizer.

Warming Trend Locks In Thru The WeekendWatch Dave Aguilera’s Forecast

KBCO Studio C Volume 32 On Sale SaturdayDue to COVID-19, the last live KBCO Studio C session was on March 5; the album is made up of 7 songs from those live sessions with the rest from “Banding Together.”

Buck Found Tangled In Holiday LightsThe buck was found in Salida with lights wrapped around its antlers before being tranquilized and untangled.

CDOT Teams Up With Lyft To Reduce Impaired, Drunk Driving Deaths In ColoradoLaw enforcement is increasing patrols for impaired drivers across Colorado starting on Friday. As of Nov. 1, there have been 168 traffic deaths in the state involving an impaired driver.

Winter Park Opens To Skiers, BoardersWinter Park Resort opened to skiers and boarders on Thursday. There is no reservation system in place for the ski area.

COVID In Weld County: Residents Asked For Mask Mandate GuidanceWeld County residents weighed in on the Weld County Sheriff’s Office request for mask mandate guidance. The sheriff’s office posted the request for input on mask enforcement on its Facebook page on Wednesday.

COVID In Boulder County: Weekly Coronavirus Updates Planned Beginning Next WeekBoulder County will start giving residents weekly, virtual COVID-19 updates starting next Wednesday. Boulder County Public Health said the updates are designed to help the community feel more informed and give residents an opportunity to ask questions.

Mounted Patrol Hits Up Chick-Fil-A Drive Thru In CentennialSix deputies on horseback moseyed on up to the window while patrolling the Streets of Southglenn. Katie Johnston reports.

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