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Denver reports nearly all school staff vaccinated, but 108 could lose jobs

Nearly all Denver Public Schools employees are now vaccinated following a mandate from the city. Superintendent Alex Marrero said Thursday that 99.1% of the district’s more than 13,700 employees had complied with... Read more »

New York agency pulls approval of Cuomo’s $5.1 million book deal on managing COVID-19 crisis

After failing in three previous attempts, New York’s public watchdog agency finally voted Tuesday to rescind the approval of a $5.1 million book deal for former Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Cuomo got approval... Read more »

Why Moderna won’t share rights to the COVID-19 vaccine with the government that paid for its development

A quiet monthslong legal fight between the U.S. National Institutes of Health and drugmaker Moderna over COVID-19 vaccine patents recently burst into public view. The outcome of the battle has important implications, not only... Read more »

Denver board approves paying members up to $750 per month

The Denver school board voted 5-2 Thursday to pay board members, as allowed under a new state law passed six months ago. Denver Public Schools will pay board members up to $150... Read more »

Police departments prepare for fallout from Rittenhouse verdict

The Illinois State Police and suburban police departments are on alert as a jury deliberates in the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial. Rittenhouse, from Antioch, Illinois, claimed self-defense when he shot three men,... Read more »

Arizona joins lawsuit to block Biden vaccination mandate for health care workers

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has signed onto a legal battle against President Joe Biden’s mandate that health care industry workers get a COVID-19 vaccination or lose their jobs. Brnovich announced Tuesday... Read more »

Colorado home prices up 15% in last year as inventory lags

The median sales price of homes in Colorado has increased by more than 15% since October 2020 as housing inventory continues to lag demand, according to the latest data from the Colorado... Read more »

Biden visits New Hampshire to promote $1 trillion infrastructure law

President Joe Biden visited New Hampshire on Tuesday to tout the newly signed $1 trillion infrastructure plan, saying it will improve the lives of tens of millions of working-class Americans while fixing... Read more »

83% of Virginia adults have received at least one COVID vaccine dose

More than 83% of Virginia adults have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and about 75% of adults are fully vaccinated, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Friday. Nearly 6 million... Read more »

Colorado school districts to begin upping property tax mill levies next month

Most school districts in Colorado will begin raising property tax mill levies in December, the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) said on Monday. The move is mandated by House Bill 21-1164, which Gov.... Read more »