Good morning southern Colorado and here's what you need to know on your Thursday morning.
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What's the difference between eating outside in an enclosed space, and dining indoors?
Change is constant for restaurants these days, now restricted to outdoor dining only. However, in some outdoor dining situations, it may be difficult to distinguish exactly what is different from eating inside.
As we work to rebound from the effects of the pandemic, we’re addressing another problem that families across our state are facing, virtual learning, specifically for kids with special needs.
As we continue to rebound during the COVID-19 pandemic, local colleges seeing a huge increase in students pursuing nursing degrees.
The University of Colorado Colorado Springs reporting the largest numbers they've had in five years. Enrollment in their Bachelor of Science in Nursing program increasing by 24 percent and their accelerated program by 17 percent.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the State of Colorado have teamed up with Pueblo's Health Solutions to help people in crisis in Southern Colorado.
The Colorado Spirit program is a free, confidential resource for people who are struggling with the stress and anxiety of a job loss, death of a loved one, or other COVID-related catastrophes.
Temperatures will be near average for most of southern Colorado today, although those with snow still on the ground will feel a few degrees cooler than normal. Clouds will increase through the day.