A family arrives and Rev. Brad Laurvick, second from left, a Denver Public Schools board board member, helps hand out breakfast bags at Cowell Elementary School. The food service staff and others from Denver Public Schools gather at Cowell Elementary School on March 16, 2020 in Denver. The free meals, which also include lunch from 12-1 p.m., will be available at 11 school locations in the Denver area through April 3, 2020. (Kathryn Scott, Special to The Colorado Sun)

Denver Public Schools isn’t just feeding hungry kids during the coronavirus crisis. Adults are getting help, too.

Denver Public Schools has designated free meal programs at 12 schools. They’re expanding the reach beyond kids to serve anyone in need.

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Many Colorado restaurants have closed. The ones still open aren’t sure how long they can weather coronavirus.

State data shows that even though restaurants have recovered some since April, the industry is still down thousands of jobs. More than 2,500 establishments have shut down since March.

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Vail is betting that disinfection technology will make school, buildings safer during coronavirus

Vail Mountain School is one of the first in Colorado to install the Synexis Dry Hydrogen Peroxide system, enabling it to keep a five-day-a-week schedule for students.

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As the financial crisis hits Colorado, PERA’s new oversight commission is sidelined

Top Colorado lawmakers said the move was intended to save $100,000 in the $30.3 billion state budget, but critics suggest it's a bad idea