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How Colorado lined up child care for 1,000 essential workers in one week

As frontline workers step up to care for coronavirus patients, child care providers are stepping up to care for their children.

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Panhandlers in Denver make an average of $10 per hour, on par with minimum wage. Dogs help, kids not so much.

The most lucrative blocks are near the light-rail, according to a researcher who spent a year observing panhandling as part of University of Colorado Denver's focus on urban social studies

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Colorado child care centers fear for their survival as coronavirus brings closures, enrollment dips

The pandemic is testing the stability of the state’s child care system -- one that will be critical to an economic recovery.

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Colorado National Guard soldier working on coronavirus mission tests positive for the disease

The Douglas County man in his 30s is the first member of the Colorado National Guard diagnosed with COVID-19. Officials believe he was exposed during travel.

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Hard work made Greeley’s downtown hip and happening. Two months of social distancing could make it all disappear.

Government-ordered shutdown of in-person dining and drinking and gatherings of more than 10 people may cause Greeley’s booming entertainment zone to go bust.

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Rocky Mountain National Park and others are open — with some changes — amid coronavirus

Parks are trying to keep up with ever-changing rules and recommendations from government officials who are urging people to avoid gathering in large groups but allowing them to get outside for fresh air and exercise.

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Colorado kids are stressed about coronavirus. Here are some ways adults can help.

To ease children’s anxiety fueled by COVID-19, one child psychologist recommends families maintain structure and take time to step outside.