Diane Scanzaroli, a physician assistant at Ardas Family Medicine in Aurora, tests a patient for the new coronavirus in the parking lot of the clinic on April 15, 2020. (Moe Clark, The Colorado Sun)

Coronavirus has left an Aurora clinic for refugees busier than ever and facing big challenges

Since the coronavirus crisis hit Colorado, P.J. Parmar estimates his staff of 10 at Ardas Family Medicine has tested close to 300 refugees for the new coronavirus, with 45% coming back positive.

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Michael Bennet: We will never heal until we dismantle our systemic racism

Colorado's senior U.S. senator writes about the killing of George Floyd and the protests that followed

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Hickenlooper says he “tripped” on question about Black Lives Matter as race becomes a campaign issue

Democratic candidate Andrew Romanoff pounces on his rival’s misstep, which came a week before mail ballots go to voters

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Nearly 26,000 coronavirus deaths in nursing homes spur inspections, promises of fines

In Colorado, more than 730 residents of nursing homes and senior care centers have died after contracting the disease