Norma Buenrostro and son Izrael, 7, a second-grader at Knapp Elementary, have their chance to pick up a computer after waiting in line together. Lines of cars and people on foot arrive at Abraham Lincoln High School to pick up computers needed for online learning during the COVID-19 outbreak on April 8, 2020 in Denver. (Kathryn Scott, Special to The Colorado Sun)

Online classes aren’t going anywhere, but thousands of Colorado students still don’t have internet access

Student demand for laptops and Chromebooks has dropped but districts are still questioning how to reach all their kids with reliable internet.

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East Troublesome fire evacuees fled in minutes. Now it could be days before they know the fate of their homes.

When the East Troublesome fire made its 20-mile, 105,000-acre run across Grand County on Wednesday night, some people living in the thousands of homes in its path had just minutes to flee

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Colorado limits gatherings to 10 people from no more than two households as coronavirus spike continues

Previously, Coloradans were allowed to gather in groups of up to 25 people with no limit on how many households those people could be from.

Littwin: The headline from the debate is Trump wasn’t a major jerk, but that isn’t the headline he needed

If Trump lost the first debate on bad behavior, he lost the second on the merits. Biden wasn’t great, but he didn’t need to be. He had four years of the Trump presidency to fall back on.

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