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"denver department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Marty lends Fox 31 pinpoint weather It'll on the chilly side this morning 26 degrees highs today, though, eventually get into the upper sixties frost warnings this morning. Our top story on Colorado's morning news is Colorado's economy as it continues to be hit by the Corona virus, a sign at the High Tide restaurant on Larmer Street in downtown Denver says sorry we are closed permanently, a sign of the times here in downtown Denver, the restaurant's now bracing for the rise of covert cases. And the possibility the possibility of new restrictions coming from the governor so more managing to get by with just 25% of indoor capacity for customers, But many others they're not all will tell you that any new restrictions will be a real challenge reverse shots of the Denver Department public health and they gave us this statement last night. They say we are working on an updated public health order. It is still a draft form of Fox 30 Once Jim Hooley I K O. A news radio governor expected to speak this afternoon on the state's recent virus Spike or Colorado's to enjoy the holidays with extended families. The state needs to raise its level of testing to stop the spread. That's the opinion of the Colorado public interest research group, Coburg says. The state he's to triple its amount of testing, spokesman Danny Cat says. The goal is doable. We know that we can hit these testing goals because we've seen other states do it. States like Massachusetts have been able to get to this suppression level of attesting. Copernicus started an online petition calling on the governor to increase testing in Colorado. Fire officials and Larimer County say yesterday was a successful day fighting the camera Creek fire. They had help from the air, including three large air tankers and four type one helicopters. They say good progress was made holding the fire south of Buckhorn, rodent protected structures North east and south of the fire's edge. However, we expect high winds to hamper firefighting efforts today 75 MPH possible tomorrow in the foothills Downslope win, We're going to see that extreme fire danger as faras, the forecast goes. Unfortunately, it will be dry for the next seven days. Which means our drought is likely only going to get worse. Fox 30 Once Brooks Garner can peak fire, the largest in state history of more than 167,000 acres. It is 56 Percent contained. It was a night of dueling town halls for the presidential candidate last night. ABC is recline says the dueling events highlighted. The difference between the candidates, especially on the issue of the pandemic is it's highly different. Take tohave Joe Biden say. Everyone wear a mask, saying that he'll go around and tell mayors and governors wearing mask wearing masks, and the president said, You know, I've got big things on about a mask. I'm not I'm not so sure about that. And the rosy outlook that the president has portrayed the situation with covert versus the very dire thing was the more realistic attitude. They are just coming at this from entirely opposite directions. President Clash with moderator Savannah Guthrie over wearing masks and white supremacy. Joe Biden, meanwhile, covered a range of subjects during his town hall, including Fracking, the Supreme Court. And a crime bill he drafted in 1994. Colorado man accused of plotting to blow up a synagogue has pleaded guilty. Richard Hold Sir, and his plea agreement admits he plotted to destroy a historic temple in Pueblo last year before the FBI foiled his plan. Federal prosecutors say holder is a self described neo Nazi and used social media to promote white supremacist ideology and violence. The 28 year old visited the temple to scope out his target and reportedly told undercover agents he wanted to send the message that Jews were not welcome in Pueblo, and they should leave or they will die Holders mission fell apart when he met with the agents on November 1st to finalize the plan. He showed up with a copy of Adolf Hitler's book Mine. Come, They showed up with fake explosives and handcuffs. Steve Rappaport Fox News Unlicensed security guard Matthew Dolan gonna face a second to do murder charge in the shooting death of 49 year old Lee Keltner on Saturday District A D. A. Beth McCann Denver district Ta Beth McCann says If convicted, Dole off could get a prison sentence of 16 to 48 years video show Dole off and Keltner in an altercation of following two competing events. A Denver Civic Center. Keltner died from a bullet wound to the head Olaf had been hired to protect the nine news crew station says it had specified the guard should not be armed. After ballots at mail boxes this week, more than 300,000 Colorados have voted Alex have been received from more than 149,000. Democrats close to 58,000 Republicans and over 100,000 unaffiliated at this point right now, we have had 24 times more turnout. At this point in 2016. Secretary of state, Jenna Griswald says there are three options for voting to mail in your ballot. You can put it in a drop box where you can vote in person at the voting center lady got guys encouraging her followers to get out and vote. The pop star shirt, which he called a cheesy voting. Sing along. Do you know How Teo I Know You Go. It's called turbot dot org's No. One minute song promotes the voting information site Turbo.
"denver department public health" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA
"Wait to reopen this coming from Aaron Youtall of the Colorado and and this is something we've we've spoke about At great extent here on Noko now is that a lot of these places are ready to get up and get going again but what will it look like Governor? Police saying well that outside remedy might be the answer and with most of these restaurants still not open. It's kind of unknown. What's going to what it's GonNa look like But as the article states here one thing is likely increased patio and outdoor dining is in the future extended outdoor dining has been a topic of interest within the city of Fort Collins for the last three weeks as city staff have fielded questions about it from local restaurant owners. Amc Community members city engineer. Chad Kroeger said the idea which has taken hold in cities across the world is to expand outdoor dining options as a way to increase seating capacity at restaurants while creating enough space for diners to remain physically distant per public health guidelines. This also leads us to another question of well like golf courses if it's so hard to get it outdoors then why why? Why is the social distancing happening at the golf courses especially with the the one cart? Maximum per person. If you're not from the same household it's like okay now and. I think that we'll see that change right because if I can go to the restaurant with if Ryan and I want to go to the restaurant and and have lunch but we can't go and be on the same golf cart. That just doesn't make any sense so I think we could see that transition happen for some of these outside facilities as well Applications could have been submitted by the end of the week for June Second Municipal Court hearing or by May Twenty Six for June. Six court hearing if approved the city will provide barriers for businesses to potentially turn sidewalks and empty parking spaces into socially distant outdoor seating or sales spaces. The program is set to run through the end of September. The release states. So this is something that we're GonNa see for awhile and again going back to the ingenuity and how people have changed and how things are going about now Kudos to the governor Kudos to the Colorado Restaurant Association for saying Yeah. We can do this but it's going to be an in a different way and I know that there's this benefit some restaurants more than others but anybody with some patio space and even some that didn't have any patio space for example. There's a restaurant out in West Greeley. They've got zero zero patio space but they've got a pile of are not a pile of rocks but in some of their landscaping they've got rocks out there. They went into big spools of those wires. The big wire spills that they have and set them up and said bring your own chairs will serve you outside and I mean people have gotten creative with it and they've run with it so We're GONNA see people are going to have to make adjustments in order to survive. We're working through our a big headlines from the day Denver orders closure of. Us Post Office Center over Kobe. Nineteen concerns this coming from the Denver Post via the Loveland reporter Herald at Denver. Health officials ordered that post office distribution center to shut down but the post office still remains post office still remains open Denver Department Public Health and environment sent a letter to the US. Ps facility on Wednesday ordering it to close all onsite operations effective immediately. The city's orders in the facility said the facility must remain closed until multiple cove nineteen control measures are met that are met and that approval for reopening will only be granted by D. H. E. Representative the state of Colorado has reported in multiple confirmed cove nineteen cases of employees working at the distribution center. So I know that this is something that a lot of people are worried about because this is. This is a huge Usps center USPS said in a news. Release that the center handles ten million pieces of mail a day for more than six million people in Colorado and Wyoming. It's just crazy. The release said it's the fourth largest processing center in the nation in its shutdown right now so I know that leaves a lot of people wondering what's next and it. There's really not an answer to that. There's just not answered. The city said in a separate released late Thursday night. Nick the quote. This was a measure of last and the only remaining till we have to get the facilities. Management's attention insecure public health compliance during a pandemic deep in the city attorney are committed to resolving these concerns with federal authorities quickly. So I- what does that mean for everybody you for the rest of Colorado and the fourth largest in the nation closed down so Hopefully you got that package a little bit earlier because there's a chance it could not be coming any time soon. All right four fifteen the time a closing on four sixteen before we jump out here do want to say. Thanks to a great sponsor. Janine Freeman and Terry Gert at Jeanine Insurance and Jeanine Crop Insurance offering complete coverage for your farm and ranch. The jeanine agencies are full service agency specializing in farm and ranch products providing blanket coverages in distinct areas of need. 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"denver department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Bright carried a hundred forty fourth that's already cleaned up what I did is re opened up in boulder canyon that's good news this morning. yep the freezer white with snow it's our first one of the roads are not affected Jeff what about this report is about to buy different trial lawyers the personal injury attorneys at that travelers have a long history of reaching landmark the verdicts and settlements for their clients whether your luck with that if you're that serious accident or bite active rose negligence Dever trial lawyers get help them for trial lawyers dot com next up they cover the lessons that better okay eight eight fifty AM and ninety four one of them. this is an I heart radio station KGO way eight fifty eight ninety four one. the voice of Colorado. and the voice of the Broncos. welcome here Thursday morning Kaylee news time six o'clock April those fall along with a green fox thirty one pinpoint weather fifty one degrees a little nip in the air with a high today around seventy six will he get back up to eighty tomorrow maybe close to ninety on Saturday storms to turn to the forecast early next week our top story in Colorado's morning news there's a major shake up in the trouble Denver sheriff's department. timber Cher Patrick Fuhrman will reportedly resign later today this after several high profile scandals involving the temperatures department including inmate deaths use of force issues overtime bills for deputies and a female inmate giving birth inside a cell without medical attention and subsequent federal lawsuit Fuhrman is run the sheriff's department since October twenty fifteen our news partners at fox thirty one city city officials will likely announce a replacement later today the replacement will likely be a civilian and not a current sworn in officer within the department d'amico shell came away news I weigh one nineteen. through boulder county back open this morning way ahead of schedule that's after crews got busy clearing around eight thousand cubic feet of rock from the road from a routine blast see that's shared file says they're investigating why it happened but think recent heavy rains may have played a role we believe that. may have actually opened up some other features that then opened up some additional cracks that came through the blast meant to bring down about four hundred cubic yards the highway was expected to be close for the next two or three days but sit out got it re opened early this morning the full Denver city council will consider a proposal to raise the smoking age to twenty one that ordinance which goes forward and committee meeting yesterday Tristen Sanders with the Denver department public health says the measure includes some real teeth with big penalties for retailers who violated first violation is a turn fifty dollars citations second is five hundred thirty seven fifty and fourth and subsequent is nine ninety nine but the more important enforcement mechanism is actually the suspension orders the ordinance passes if it passes the new age requirement would take affect immediately all the national road there's a push from the White House to crack down on vaping following six related deaths around the nation president trump says he's all for successful business but when it comes to vaping we can't allow people to get sick and we can't have our youth be so affected the trump administration will propose.