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BREAKING: Mesa County rises to 11 confirmed cases of COVID-19

MCPH is asking residents to continue practicing self-distancing after positive cases rises to 11.

An update of Montrose County regarding school lunches, donations and testing.

Woman dies from COVID-19 after testing positive in Garfield County

We continue to get calls into our newsroom about empty grocery store shelves... but officials remind us not to worry.

Montrose volunteers make masks for hospitals

Survey finds 72% of Coloradans "very concerned" about COVID-19

Nine confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Mesa County, three confirmed on Friday

KKCO - Senator Gardner and candidate Hickenlooper weigh-in on stimulus bill

KKCO - GJ doctor answers COVID-19 questions on Facebook page

Brad Miller's No Wait Weather - 3/27/20

GJ doctor answers COVID-19 questions on Facebook page

Senator Gardner and candidate Hickenlooper weigh-in on stimulus bill

Millions of Americans urged to avoid travel as coronavirus spreads

No documents needed for essential travel

Doctor's office tries to ease burden on emergency rooms

Doctor sees son crawl for first time through glass door after coronavirus separates family

Open burn suspended amid COVID-19 concerns

World Health Organization encourages playing video games during coronavirus pandemic

Breakdown of the COVID-19 virus in Colorado

Dos Hombres Market selling grocery store items

Mesa County declares Local Disaster Emergency in the unincorporated area of county

North Korea test fires missiles amid worries about coronavirus

Call 2-1-1 for all your COVID-19 question

Hazardous waste and organic compounding facilities closed

Trump: No quarantine, but travel advisory for NY, CT and NJ

Civil rights leader, MLK aide Joseph Lowery dies at 98

Former Sen. Tom Coburn, known as a political maverick, dies

3 more national parks close to prevent coronavirus spread

‘Off the charts’: Virus hotspots grow in middle America; Illinois infant with virus dies

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Back in U.S., Peace Corps volunteers find themselves in limbo

"We're not really sure what's next": More than 7,000 volunteers have been brought home to uncertainty.

Civil rights icon Rev. Joseph E. Lowery dies at 98

Lowery co-founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference with the Rev. Martin Luther King.

'This virus is no joke': Kentucky officials don't wait for surge of coronavirus cases to tighten restrictions

Determined to slow the wave of cases seen in other states, Louisville’s mayor closed all playgrounds after he worried that some residents weren’t taking social distancing seriously.

'Like sitting ducks': Amid coronavirus, families, attorneys sound alarm over ICE detainees

“If he ends up catching something— I don’t know if he’ll survive,” said Rosalia Machado-Orellana, whose husband is in a detention facility.

Some U.S. Governors have stepped-up during coronavirus, others not so much

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has 'channeled the nation's yearning' for leadership, one expert told NBC News.