Novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, arrived in Colorado in early March, with the first positive case being reported in Summit County on Thursday, March 5. Since then, the number of people to test positive and the number of deaths for the fast-spreading, respiratory illness have grown in El Paso County and around the state.
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The total number of deaths in El Paso County from the coronavirus will be driven, in part, by how many elderly and at-risk patients contract the illness.
An El Paso County prosecutor tested positive Tuesday for COVID-19, becoming at least the second attorney in Colorado Springs to contract the f…
Only 8% of business leaders expected the state’s economy to grow in the second quarter, and only 5% think the national economy would grow.
Should we all wear face masks? It is a question federal officials are reviewing in an attempt to lower the transmission rate of highly contagious COVID-19.
There is a "significant effort" to identify sites for and prepare temporary hospitals throughout Colorado in anticipation of a potential coron…
Colorado Politics has obtained the list of 14 non-hospital health care facilities that the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment identified in their daily reports with an "outbreak" of COVID-19.
A Colorado College campus “community member” has tested positive for a COVID-19, students and staff learned Monday, the first day a remote lea…
A former hardware store in Woodland Park has become the Pikes Peak region’s first “surge site” that will be used for a potential overflow of h…
More than 500 residents have been hospitalized with the coronavirus and nearly 3,000 people infected as the highly-contagious virus spreads th…
After two cadet suicides in less than a week, Air Force Academy leaders are easing social distancing policies that some complained made the sc…
This past week, grocery store chains and other retailers began offering special shopping hours for seniors and other groups considered the mos…
A Colorado Springs-based incubator/accelerator for startup technology businesses has launched a $1 million fund to make immediate emergency lo…
The Pikes Peak Regional Office of Emergency Management is accepting unused personal protective equipment Tuesdays and Thursdays.
An employee at a Colorado Springs King Soopers location has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, public health officials announced Monday.
In these challenging times, focusing on the positive is a necessity. With that in mind, enjoy this collection of photos from Gazette readers s…
Every student becomes a home-schooler Monday when classes resume in the Pikes Peak region after spring break.
EDWARDS — Jill Hunsaker Ryan, Colorado’s top public health official, has been isolated with her family at her home in the COVID-19 hot spot o…
A Colorado Springs company is playing a key supporting role in the fight against the fast-spreading COVID-19 virus outbreak.
A Colorado Springs woman arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder claimed she fatally shot her husband after he brandished a knife and was…
Colorado has been hit hard by the novel coronavirus spreading across the world, with some of the highest known infection rates in the country.
Just like the coronavirus, the clapping started in the Chinese city of Wuhan. In mid-January, during the height of the infection there, social…
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed an order Thursday allowing for flexibility on the state's issuance of marriage licenses — the latest in a sle…
In Rome, former Colorado resident John Henderson sits alone as he waits for the wave of death from coronavirus to end.
In his address Friday, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis addressed a desperate need for Intensive Care Unit beds and ventilators.
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis said Friday he wants to model the state's coronavirus response on South Korea, which relied on widespread testing, c…
Distillers are emerging as heroes during these stressful days, and not just because they’re helping people take the edge off.
"This is not a vacation," Colorado Gov. Jared Polis said Friday in warning the state's residents to take seriously the 2-day-old, stay-at-home…
JAN. 3: The number of cases of a new type of viral pneumonia in central China rises to 44 in an outbreak that awakens fearful memories of the …
Globally, children seem to be at lower risk of catching the coronavirus, COVID-19, but a Colorado Springs pediatrician says that shouldn't sto…
About 200 soldiers with Fort Carson's 627th Hospital Center departed Colorado Springs on Friday for Washington state, where they'll join the b…
Gov. Jared Polis' statewide stay-at-home order had local elected leaders and health officials grappling Thursday with how to enforce the regul…
Callers reporting noncompliance with the statewide stay-at-home order are jamming Colorado Springs police's phone lines and affecting the depa…
What is the face of American skiing doing to pass the time of COVID-19 quarantine? By the looks of her social media, Colorado native Mikaela S…
Colorado has launched a new testing program for the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, specifically designed for health care workers and first responders.
Thousands of masks, surgical gowns, face shields and other supplies needed to keep doctors and nurses safe from the coronavirus came to Colora…
We're staying home. We're working from home. We're social-distancing. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has upended just about every aspect …
Colorado has become the latest state to order residents to remain in their homes in the face of steadily rising coronavirus cases and deaths t…
Ten El Paso County jail inmates are under quarantine, but only one has been tested for the COVID-19 coronavirus, limiting efforts to gauge the…
Thirty-five vehicles driven by teachers, paraprofessionals, custodians, cafeteria workers, crossing guards and administrators from Academy School District 20 paraded the streets.
The number of coronavirus cases in Colorado rose to 912 Tuesday with 192 new confirmed diagnoses, including the first death in Teller County.
This article is updated multiple times a day with coronavirus news from Colorado Springs, the Pikes Peak region and elsewhere in Colorado — an…
The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum’s board of directors will meet next week to discuss the venue’s scheduled late May opening in downtown Colorado Springs.
How to donate new, sealed personal protective equipment such as N95 masks, sterile gloves, disposable gowns, goggles and face shields to Colorado Springs hospitals during high demand amid coronavirus concerns.
The world’s elite athletes heaved a collective sigh of relief (hopefully six feet from anyone else) Tuesday morning, when official word came that the 2020 Tokyo Games would be postponed a year, to be held by summer 2021.
Colorado Gov. Polis sent a letter Tuesday to the presidents of Albertsons Companies, which owns Safeway, and The Kroger Co., which owns King S…
The International Olympic Committee and the Japaneses government officially postponed this summer's Tokyo Olympics until 2021 in an unprecedented move in reaction to COVID-19.
Optum and Mountain View Medical Group temporarily closed seven primary and pediatric clinics Tuesday while Optum opened three clinics dedicate…
Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers said he does not expect the city in El Paso County will see a stay-at-home order unless the state issues o…
Denver officials announced a citywide lockdown Monday as coronavirus cases increased by 129 in Colorado — bringing the state total to 720.
Colorado could lose half its jobs in retail, recreation and entertainment, according to a new analysis of the coronavirus fallout from the Common Sense Policy Roundtable.
Doctors, nurses and medics from Fort Carson were thrown into the fight against coronavirus Tuesday with the post's largest medical unit ordere…
John and Mary Kay Murphy have faced down cancer for nearly a decade. They refuse to surrender to fear in the age of coronavirus.
In a world where social interaction can mean the difference between staying off alcohol and drugs or going back to addiction, Pikes Peak regio…
Monument officials declared a disaster emergency in response to the coronavirus pandemic, officials said in a Tuesday news release.
Fort Carson declared a public health emergency on Tuesday, a move the post's commander says will free up resources to proactively fight the pandemic.
Vail • On March 10, Steph Littlefield, felt lightheaded, with pressure in her head that made her think one of her recurring earaches was comin…
Denver officials announced a citywide lockdown Monday as coronavirus cases increased by 129 in Colorado — bringing the state total to 720 — an…
The United States Air Force Academy and Peterson and Schriever air force bases announced public health emergency protocols after positive COVI…