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5 Things You Need to Know - November 26, 2020

Gov. Jared Polis issues statewide mask mandate for Colorado
Posted at 6:02 AM, Nov 26, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-26 08:02:06-05

Good morning southern Colorado and here's what you need to know on your Thursday morning.

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Pueblo mayor extends 10 p.m. curfew through end of year

Pueblo Mayor Nick Gradisar signed an extension of the "Home by Ten" emergency curfew Wednesday. The curfew will now last until 5 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 1. It is in place daily from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Like many other counties in the state, Pueblo County is in Safer at Home: Level Red (Severe Risk) on the state COVID-19 dial.
CHSAA State Football Championships to be played without spectators

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced new restrictions tonight on the upcoming CHSAA State Football Championships at CSU-Pueblo's Thunderbowl. Due to the rising COVID-19 numbers in Pueblo County, spectators will no longer be admitted to next week's contests. Attendance will now be limited solely to football teams, athletic staff, cheerleaders, band members, broadcast staff, and other essential personnel.
What's on KOAA-TV this Thanksgiving week

The holidays are here! Find out what to watch on KOAA-TV as your family prepares for a Thanksgiving feast and maybe digs out the decorations to prepare for the holidays to come.

The NFL has postponed one of the three games that it had slated to air on Thanksgiving. The NFL said in a tweet that the Ravens and Steelers will no longer play on Thanksgiving evening and will now be played Sunday at 1:15 p.m. ET on NBC.
Gov. Jared Polis quarantining after being exposed to person with COVID-19

Gov. Jared Polis is in quarantine after learning Wednesday evening he was exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19. The governor's office said he took a test following the news and the results were negative, but he will be retested in the next few days.
Krystal Kenney denied parole, eligible for parole hearing in Nov. 2021

The woman made a plea deal with prosecutors to put Patrick Frazee behind bars for the murder of Kelsey Berreth was denied parole at a hearing Wednesday. Krystal Kenney was eligible for review by the Parole Board for discretionary parole but was denied after her hearing. She is eligible to go before the board again at this time next year during her annual parole application hearing.

She was sentenced to three years in prison back in January, the maximum sentence for tampering with evidence, after providing prosecutors all the essential information on how Frazee killed Berreth.
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