Monday’s high of 92 degrees is expected to drop nearly 60 degrees to a low of 33 with winds up to 17 mph. Chance of precipitation tonight is 100%, according to the National Weather Service. Rain is expected to start later tonight and switch to snow overnight, with mostly snow expected after 11 a.m. Tuesday. … [Read more...] about Colorado weather: When, where and how much snow to expect Tuesday
Garcia hopes to see action during next year’s session to lay the groundwork for a special district to plan and build the railway, covering all or parts of roughly 13 counties along the Front Range. A vote within that district on a sales tax could then happen in late 2021 or, more likely, in 2022, Grauberger said. … [Read more...] about Colorado is making progress on a Front Range railway. Here’s what it will take to make it happen.
It’s an important distinction, said Sean O’Leary, professor and pediatric infectious disease specialist at the University of Colorado’s School of Medicine in Aurora. Since it’s early in the school year, he expects most positive cases “came in from the outside” rather than being contracted at school. Even in a district like Cherry Creek, which has at least 11 confirmed cases across 12 schools, O’Leary called the rate of infection “surprisingly low” compared to the size of the student body. Cherry Creek’s 2019-20 enrollment was more than 56,000 students. … [Read more...] about How is in-person learning going in Colorado? So far, so good, parents and experts say
“I wasn’t in favor of the decision that was made in early August, but at the same time, you kind of make your bed and you lay in it,” Campbell added. “It just seems hard to put it all together now; (the timing) has created a lot of problems with it. And if we do commit to this and then there’s a problem (with COVID-19), does that mean the kids lose the season like the basketball championships were lost, and the spring season was lost?” … [Read more...] about Colorado high school football can be played this fall in districts that are ready, Gov. Jared Polis says
President Trump has been a harsh critic of mail-in voting since the spring, alleging that it makes voter fraud possible. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has hit back at the president, claiming Trump is trying to sabotage the Postal Service ahead of the election. … [Read more...] about Colorado secretary of state sues Postal Service over ‘false statements’