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Landlord waiving rent for Colorado tenants

Landlord waiving rent for Colorado tenants

Please enable Javascript to watch this videoLAKEWOOD, Colo (KDVR) -- As April 1 drew near, Curtis Haines began to get anxious.His job as a door-to-door salesman in Lakewood had hit an obvious roadblock, and the transition to working remotely was taking time."There were definitely some short checks," says Haines. "It's not a comfortable feeling, that's for sure."But Friday, Haines received an encouraging letter in the mailbox of his Lakewood rental.His rent for April and May, had been waived."I opened it up, and it wasn't like a full-on cry," he says. "But I definitely welled up a little...

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April 5, 2020
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40 people in Connecticut exposed to coronavirus at party, officials say

40 people in Connecticut exposed to coronavirus at party, officials say

(CNN) — About 40 people who attended a farewell party in Connecticut in early March were exposed to  after a partygoer was confirmed to have the virus, three local Connecticut officials confirmed to CNN.The town of Westport now has 79 cases, the most of any Connecticut municipality, according to local officials. In Fairfield County, the surrounding county, there are 384 confirmed cases, more than half of Connecticut’s total number of cases.The party serves as a stark example how quickly coronavirus spreads in crowded areas, and the role asymptomatic people can play in disseminating the...

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March 25, 2020
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Gov. Polis: Wear face coverings when going out of your home

Gov. Polis: Wear face coverings when going out of your home

Please enable Javascript to watch this videoCENTENNIAL, Colo. (KDVR) -- Gov. Jared Polis has advised all people in Colorado to wear non-medical, cloth face coverings when going out of their homes for essential activities, to fight the spread of COVID-19."Cloth masks should be part of everyone’s hygiene practices," Polis said while issuing the new guidance . Later in the day, similar .Guide:Medical masks, which are in short supply nationwide, should be saved for medical workers, Polis said.Coloradans can use any cloth that covers the nose and mouth, the governor said, such as .The new...

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April 3, 2020
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Colorado ballot drop boxes are ‘safe and secure’

Colorado ballot drop boxes are ‘safe and secure’

DENVER (KDVR) — Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold assured voters on Wednesday that mail ballot drop boxes are a safe, secure and free method to return ballots.“Colorado’s election model is the nation’s gold standard, and we use both mail ballots and ballot drop boxes. Mail ballot drop boxes are safe, secure, and add great access to voting.”Colorado Secretary of State Jena GriswoldAbout 75% of Colorado mail ballots are returned to a drop box, in June’s Primary election 99.3% of all ballots were returned by mail or drop box.   Between 330-350 drop boxes are expected to be available to...

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Aug 12
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CSU investigates claims athletic department told football players to ‘not reveal symptoms’

CSU investigates claims athletic department told football players to ‘not reveal symptoms’

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) — Colorado State president Joyce McConnell says she will launch an investigation into how the athletic department handled COVID-19 safety protocols amid a report that players were told not to reveal symptoms.The investigation stems from an article published in the Coloradoan on Tuesday. According to the newspaper report, Colorado State football players and members of the athletic staff say coaches told them not to report coronavirus symptoms and threatened players with reduced playing time should they quarantine.McConnell promised a swift investigation and full...

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Aug 5
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Scientists investigate mountain goat disease on Mount Evans

Scientists investigate mountain goat disease on Mount Evans

MOUNT EVANS, Colo. (KDVR) — Mountain goats on Mount Evans are experiencing a disease outbreak, which is deadly to young goats called kids.Colorado Parks and Wildlife biologist Lance Carpenter and wildlife pathologist Karen Fox are studying the disease, hoping to find the cause and prevent it from spreading.“The whole idea is to try to figure out what is going on, be able to treat it and get that recruitment back up,” Carpenter said.“Hopefully, after October we’ll have enough data and samples to determine what is causing this. If we don’t, we’ll continue next year.”The source of the diarrhea...

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Aug 11
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Live Updates: Evacuation orders issued as Grizzly Creek Fire continues to grow

Live Updates: Evacuation orders issued as Grizzly Creek Fire continues to grow

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. (KDVR) — The Grizzly Creek fire has been burning for several days and scorched more than 6,250 acres of land in the Glenwood Canyon area. Because of the location of the fire and the smoke it is producing, Interstate 70 has been closed for several days through the canyon. Below you will find the latest updates.UPDATE (Aug. 13, 8:54 p.m.): The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office has ordered evacuations for Bair Ranch, Sweetwater and Coffee Pot Springs. The town of Dotsero is under a pre-evacuation notice.An evacuation center has been established at the Gypsum Recreation...

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Aug 11
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Pine Gulch Fire becomes 4th largest individual fire in Colorado history, burning over 73,000 acres

Pine Gulch Fire becomes 4th largest individual fire in Colorado history, burning over 73,000 acres

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KDVR) — The Pine Gulch Fire burning north of Grand Junction has grown to 73,381 acres as of Friday morning, making it the fourth largest largest individual wildfire ever recorded in Colorado.Colorado’s largest wildfire ever was the Hayman Fire in 2002, which scorched more than 137,000 acres.The Pine Gulch fire is burning about 18 miles north of Grand Junction in Mesa and Garfield counties. It started July 31 and was caused by lightning.Nearly 800 people are fighting the fire. It is currently 7% contained.Crews are dealing with extremely challenging firefighting...

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Aug 14
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Where is the Global Supertanker 747 plane during Colorado’s wildfire fight?

Where is the Global Supertanker 747 plane during Colorado’s wildfire fight?

DENVER (KDVR) — Eighty aircraft are currently deployed in Colorado, working to manage and fight fires, according to Larry Helmerick, fire information coordinator for the Rocky Mountain Area Coordination Center.“As of last night, we are number one in the nation as far as fire priorities for support aircraft,” said Helmerick, explaining that just five days ago, there were only 50 aircraft deployed in the state.“You don’t want to be number one in this business,” he said. “You want to be number 10, but this year we burned more than we did in 2019, but in 2018, we almost burned 2 million acres...

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Aug 17
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Personal protective equipment drive held at Mile High

Personal protective equipment drive held at Mile High

Please enable Javascript to watch this videoDENVER (KDVR) -- A drive to collect personal protective equipment (PPE) and other medical supplies will be held Sunday afternoon at Empower Field at Mile High.The drive is being organized by Colorado House Majority Leader Alec Garnett, House Minority Leader Patrick Neville and the Denver Broncos alongside nonprofits Project C.U.R.E. and Colorado Concern.The drive will be held form noon until 4 p.m. Sunday. Donations can be dropped off in Lot J on the north side of the stadium."Items will be collected using proper social distancing," organizers...

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Eric Ruble
March 21, 2020
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