Scientists are trying to answer a lot of questions to help in the fight against the new coronavirus. How does the immune system defend against COVID-19? And why does the virus impact people differently? One lab in Denver is helping find those answers by gathering coronavirus patient samples for researchers to use.
Today on Colorado Edition: We learn about redrawing legislative and congressional districts in Colorado and we dive into the debate over the location of Larimer County’s voter-approved behavioral health facility. We’ll also hear about volunteer-driven data collection and a new model for policing in Steamboat Springs. Plus, we explore the questions researchers still have surrounding COVID-19.
NewsSome residents living near a wildfire north of Grand Junction have been ordered to evacuate as the blaze continues to expand.
NewsThree people were arrested and another cited after fights broke out at a Fort Collins pro-police rally that attracted counter protesters, authorities said.
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Concerts and music festivals around the Mountain West have been canceled due to COVID-19, but not all of them.
NewsMillions of renters nationwide are at risk of eviction, and new data out of Nevada offers a sense of just how urgent the situation is as Congress debates another COVID-19 relief bill.
NewsGrand Teton National Park is asking for the public's help in addressing its non-native mountain goat problem. The park announced Thursday, August 6, it...
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