Colorado has been slow to distribute federal aid funds to those in need of rental assistance. A report last month from the Department of Treasury found that less than eight percent of funds from the Emergency Rental Assistance Program had […]
As coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, spreads in Colorado, KGNU is committed to keeping you informed about the virus and connected to local resources.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – the CDC – granted emergency approval on Wednesday, May 12th for the use of the Pfizer COVID vaccine in kids aged 12 to 15. This will open up vaccine eligibility to […]
In their Wednesday media briefing on the state of the pandemic, officials with Colorado’s Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) prepared to hand the reins of pandemic management over to local authorities while serving up a mix of good […]
Diferencias culturales y de lenguaje dificultan el acceso a la Vacuna de COVID-19 a los adultos mayores de la comunidad Latina en el Condado de Boulder. En nuestro programa “Pasa La Voz” en español que sale al aire los domingos […]
It has been almost one year since the first lockdown order went into effect in Boulder County to curb the spread of the coronavirus. People are experiencing COVID-19 fatigue and are anxious to know when things might start to return to some normalcy.
The Colorado Department of Corrections has been locking inmates in single-person cells for nearly 23 hours per day sometimes for months on end, according to state records and interviews with Colorado inmates. The department is isolating and quarantining inmates as […]
COVID-19 has been devastating for everybody, but even more so for the Latinx community. Colorado Public Health data shows that while non-Hispanic whites in the 70+ age group in Colorado have been vaccinated at a higher rate than their representation […]