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138 inmates at prison in northeast Colorado test positive for coronavirus

Facility houses more than 2,400 inmates

Denver’s stay-at-home order extended until May 8

Hancock consults with mayors; metro area might be next

Nearly 10% of Colorado’s workforce has filed for unemployment

In the past five weeks, nearly 300,000 people have filed unemployment claims

Internet service in western Colorado was so terrible that towns and counties built their own telecom

The 481-mile rural Project Thor network is complete – and run by a regional government council

Tipton challenger James Iacino wins Democratic district assembly

Two Democratic candidates qualify for primary ballot in June

Colorado snowpack level reported to be above normal

Dolores River flow is below average

More than 46,000 people file for unemployment in Colorado

DENVER — More than 46,000 people filed for unemployment payments in Colorado last week as coronavirus-related job losses continued, with workers in the hospitality and food industries accoun...

Coronavirus now linked to at least 9 deaths in Colorado

Recent tests showed a Gunnison County who died earlier this month had contracted coronavirus

Polis signs bill abolishing Colorado death penalty, commutes 3 death sentences

Colorado becomes the 22nd state to end the use of capital punishment

Denver mayor issues stay-at-home order

Playgrounds, pot shops and liquor stores will shut down; groceries, takeouts and child care are open

Colorado announces seventh coronavirus death as patient numbers balloon

Woman dies from COVID-19 in Weld County

Polis asks people to stay home; orders in-person workforce cuts

Governor: ‘This situation grows more serious by the day’