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Predicting how the Broncos’ 2020 schedule will look

By: Ryan O’Halloran

The NFL will release its 2020 schedule Thursday at 6 p.m., which means it’s time for a tradition unlike any other: Guessing the Broncos’ schedule. September Brian Blanco, The Associated PressCarolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey (22) takes the field against the New Orleans Saints during the first half of...

Coronavirus in Colorado, May 6: A look at the latest updates on COVID-19

By: Tynin Fries

As of today, Denverites are required to wear masks when entering businesses. As the order goes into effect, businesses are preparing to deal with enforcement. Meanwhile, other Colorado cities and counties have also adopted mask orders. Here’s a full list of where in Colorado masks are required in public. While...

“It’s gone haywire”: When COVID-19 arrived in rural America

By: Claire Galofaro

DAWSON, Ga. — The reverend approached the makeshift pulpit and asked the Lord to help him make some sense of the scene before him: two caskets, side by side, in a small-town cemetery busier now than ever before. Rev. Willard O. Weston had already eulogized other neighbors lost to COVID-19,...

The second coronavirus wave: How bad will it be as lockdowns ease?

By: Nicole Winfield, Angela Charlton

ROME — From the marbled halls of Italy to the wheat fields of Kansas, health authorities are increasingly warning that the question isn’t whether a second wave of coronavirus infections and deaths will hit, but when — and how badly. In India, which partly relaxed its lockdown this week, health...

Denver weather: Breezy and sunny with high temperatures in the 70s

By: Kirk Mitchell

Strong southwesterly winds are ushering in warm temperatures into the Denver area on Wednesday, forecasters said. The high temperature will be about 73 degrees, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder. Wind gusts will reach about 21 mph during daylight hours and up to 25 mph at night, the...

How Denver businesses plan to deal with face mask enforcement

By: Sam Tabachnik

Beginning Wednesday, any customer entering a Denver business will be required to put on a mask. That part is straightforward. But what happens when people refuse to do so? It’s a question that cities and states around the country are grappling with as mandatory mask orders become more common to...

Nuggets nab three of ESPN’s top 74 NBA jerseys of all time

By: Joe Nguyen

ESPN on Tuesday unveiled its list of the 74 best jerseys in NBA history to commemorate the league’s 74th year of existence. The Nuggets had a strong showing, landing three spots in the rankings, including one in the top 10. The top three spots went to three iconic dynasties’ looks...

Ask Amy: Anti-vax mother-in-law worries parents

By: Amy Dickinson

Dear Amy: My mother-in-law has refused vaccines for years. My daughter, who is now five, was a micro preemie. Once she was born, the NICU required a Tdap vaccine and a flu shot for anyone to visit. My MIL was worried her arm would hurt and said she didn’t need...

Justice Ginsburg in hospital with infection, court says

By: The Associated Press

WASHINGTON — Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was hospitalized Tuesday with an infection caused by a gallstone, the Supreme Court said. The 87-year-old justice underwent non-surgical treatment for what the court described as acute cholecystitis, a benign gall bladder condition, at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. She expects to be...

No criminal charges for four officers in fatal Federal Heights shooting

By: Kieran Nicholson

Four officers who shot and killed an armed man in Federal Heights were justified in their actions and will not face any criminal charges related to the incident, according to a review of the December officer-involved shooting. The office of 17th Judicial District Attorney Dave Young reviewed the Dec. 6...