Boulder, COPosted by
CBS Denver

Boulder Mom In Danger Of Losing Home She Shares With 2-Year-Old Son After Getting COVID Twice

BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4)– A Boulder woman who has contracted COVID-19 twice is now trying to hang on to the home where she and her son live. Hannah Rice had COVID-19 last year and this year and now has what is called “long COVID” or a kind of brain fog. (credit: Hannah Rice) “I feel like I have the flu, I feel extremely fatigued, like my whole body is aching,” she said. And those are just some of the symptoms. One might forgive her if she felt she was cursed. After making it through COVID-19 last year and this spring, she now has one day...
Picture for Boulder Mom In Danger Of Losing Home She Shares With 2-Year-Old Son After Getting COVID Twice
Colorado StatePosted by
KRDO News Channel 13

Some Colorado venues to require proof of COVID vaccine or negative COVID test

NORTHERN COLORADO (KRDO) -- Some Colorado venues are following in the footsteps of other businesses by requiring proof of vaccination. The Boulder Theater, the Fox Theater in Boulder, and the Aggie Theater in Fort Collins will soon require evidence of a COVID vaccine or a negative COVId test to see a show. Visitors will also The post Some Colorado venues to require proof of COVID vaccine or negative COVID test appeared first on KRDO.
Picture for Some Colorado venues to require proof of COVID vaccine or negative COVID test
Boulder County, COColorado Daily

Injured woman rescued from Boulder County trail

A woman was rescued from the Walker Ranch Loop trail on Tuesday after she sustained non-life-threatening injuries and had to be evacuated. The woman, 33-year-old hiker from Tulsa, Okla., had an ankle injury that required her to be transported to a medical facility. At 1:22 p.m. Tuesday, the Boulder County...
Commerce City,

About 30 Elyria Swansea residents are still without gas

After a week, the gas outage in east Elyria Swansea is ongoing. About 30 residents remain without gas services as of Wednesday morning, said Xcel Energy Spokesperson Michelle Aguayo. On Tuesday evening, that number was around 50, said spokesperson Hollie Velasquez Horvath at a joint conference with District 9 Councilwoman...
Boulder, COColorado Daily

Boulder City Council meetings will stay virtual for now

With rising coronavirus cases and increasing concern about the Delta variant, Boulder City Council meetings will remain fully virtual for the foreseeable future. All City Council members in a discussion on Tuesday agreed it made sense to take a “wait and see” approach. It’s an evolving situation, Mayor Pro Tem Junie Joseph said.
Commerce City, COPosted by
CBS Denver

Andrew Reineke Named Sole Suspect In Homicide, Shots Fired At Commerce City Officers

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (CBS4) — When doctors say he is healthy enough, Andrew Reineke, 27, will go from a hospital bed to a holding cell. The Commerce City man is recovering at a hospital after suffering multiple gunshot wounds and undergoing surgery Tuesday night. Investigators named him the one and only suspect in a pair of shooting incidents that occurred earlier Tuesday, including one that killed a 65-year-old Commerce City resident. That man was found in the 7100 block of Grape Street at 5:25 p.m. as officers responded to a call for a disturbance. Those officers were told the suspect in the shooting...
Fort Collins, COPosted by
CBS Denver

‘I Know Some Of You Will Be Angry’: Poudre School District Decides To Require Masks For All Students, Staff

FORT COLLINS, CO (CBS4) – The Poudre School District, one of Northern Colorado’s largest school districts, will require all students and staff to wear masks to start the 2021-2022 school year. The announcement was made Wednesday. Superintendent Brian Kingsley, via written statement to families, said he knew the decision to require masks for everyone in the district would cause anger among many parents. “Whether you agree or disagree, I value you and want to remain transparent about how we made our decision,” Kingsley wrote. PSD said they used data from health agencies both locally and nationally to reach their decision. Kingsley said quarantines...

Public asked to vote for one of six Broomfield Days grand marshal nominees

The vote for the Broomfield Days grand marshal is in the public’s hands. The pandemic forced last year’s Broomfield Days to be held virtually, but this year’s event is scheduled to be in-person on Sept. 18. The grand marshal “is a crucial part of the Broomfield Days Parade, riding in one of the front cars with their family,” the Broomfield Days webpage reads. “This person will be recognized on stage and have the best view in town, watching the parade from the stage.”
Colorado StatePosted by
Tayler Shaw

How DACA being ruled illegal impacts the Boulder community

Image of the U.S. and Colorado state flags.Courtesy of Fr. Daniel Ciucci / Unsplash. Maria Gordillo, the director of community engagement at the non-profit Immigrant Legal Center of Boulder County, was on a camping trip with her family when the news broke: U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen ruled on July 16 the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was unlawful and new applications must stop being processed.

Legacy Of CU's First Olympian, Ambassador David Bolen, Still Strong

BOULDER — University of Colorado athletes have built a long and proud tradition as Olympians, with this year's Tokyo Games seeing CU's Olympic representatives hit the 100 mark. That makes it the perfect time to remember CU's first Olympian, Ambassador David Bolen, who is still watching the Buffs' progress —...
Boulder, COPosted by
24/7 Wall St.

COVID-19: Boulder, CO Metro Area Among the Safest in America

The U.S. reported over 718,000 new cases of coronavirus on August 3, bringing the total count to more than 34.8 million confirmed cases of COVID-19. There have been more than 608,000 COVID-19-related deaths — the highest death toll of any country. New cases continue to rise at a faster rate. In the past week, there […]