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GJ doctor answers COVID-19 questions on Facebook page

A local doctor is answering your most frequently asked questions about the virus and she's doing it through her Facebook page.


We talked to both men about what this stimulus package will mean for the state's economy and how Coloradans should move forward in the era of COVID-19.


Local law enforcement agencies are hoping to bust a rumor. Agencies tell us they've gotten lots of questions asking if drivers need paperwork in order to travel under the governor's order.



A local doctor's office wants to help families out. They announced they'll take in additional younger patients, to free up more space in emergency rooms.


Mesa, Delta Counties both add one confirmed COVID-19 case on Friday


Open burn suspended amid COVID-19 concerns


Breakdown of the COVID-19 virus in Colorado


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


Dos Hombres Market selling grocery store items


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


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


Hazardous waste and organic compounding facilities closed


Civil rights leader, MLK aide Joseph Lowery dies at 98



Virus infections top 600,000 worldwide, long fight ahead


Google donates $800 million, provides ad grants as part of coronavirus response


Highlights of Trump-signed $2.2T economic relief package


Salvation Army holding food drive at Mesa Mall


CPW closes all campgrounds at state parks


Stay at home order impacts GJ businesses


City of Montrose working on programs to help small businesses


How local law enforcement says they will be enforcing the stay-at-home order


WCCC helps HopeWest 3D print face shields


US government looks to continue feeding students


Family Health West moves to Telemedicine


4 passengers dead aboard cruise ship anchored off Panama


Mesa County receives testing kits for first responders, healthcare workers


Peeps production stops, but Easter is taken care of


WATCH LIVE: White House Task Force gives update on COVID-19


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Why some COVID-19 patients may face problems even after recovery

People who remain in the ICU for weeks may end up with memory problems and trouble thinking clearly.

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

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

California Gov. Newsom commutes sentences for 21, including killers

Fourteen of the commuted cases involved murder or related charges.

Experts fear child abuse will increase with coronavirus isolation

People trained to recognize abuse, like teachers and child care workers, are not seeing kids who may be confined to abusive households.

CEO of ventilator maker speaks out as Trump invokes Defense Production Act

Chris Kiple told NBC News his company was already well on its way to rolling out thousands of ventilators to help combat the coronavirus pandemic.