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Allegations of Racism, Verbal Abuse Suspend CSU Football
Colorado State football operations has been suspended indefinitely after an investigation uncovered allegations of racism and verbal abuse in the football program.
Brothers Bar & Grill in Fort Collins Has COVID-19 Outbreak
Three of the bar's employees contracted the virus.
Larimer County Keeps Variance as COVID-19 Cases Stabilize
After Larimer County's variance was at risk in July, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has notified the county that it can remain open.
University of Northern Colorado Football Season Canceled
The UNC Bears' Big Sky Conference has joined the growing list of football programs opting to sit out the upcoming football season due to the COVID0-19 pandemic.
Denver's Average Rent Went Down, But Eviction Fears Are Up
You rarely hear a story about Colorado rentals with the headline "rent goes down".
How COVID-19 Survivors Can Help Current Patients Win Their Fight
Survivors have antibodies that can help fight COVID-19.
Dinner and a Drive-In Movie Coming to Fort Collins August 16
A Fort Collins group is partnering with the Holiday Twin drive In Theater and The Regional restaurant to deliver a memorable experience that gives back to local restaurants struggling during the pandemic.
Fort Collins Parents Create “ Schooling Pods” to Ease Burden
Northern Colorado mothers are easing the stress of being mom, teacher and provider during the pandemic by forming "schooling pods."
Loveland Residents Gather Together for Anti-Mask Rally
A group of Loveland residents fed up with Jared Polis mask mandate held a rally on Wednesday. (August 5)
Colorado Early Colleges Announces Plan for 2020-21 School Year
The year will begin in a mostly remote learning format.
Timnath Walmart Parking Lot Becoming Drive-In Theater
And it's free.
Greeley, Windsor Schools Still Planning In-Person Learning
With August just beginning, many school districts have had to come up with plans to continue the 2020-21 school year.