Quantcast

Top Denver news: Man told to wear mask shoots Waffle House cook; free virus testing coming; more

Top Denver news: Man told to wear mask shoots Waffle House cook; free virus testing coming; more
Photo: Owen Lystrup/Unsplash
By Hoodline - Published on May 21, 2020.

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Denver.

Police: Denver man told to wear mask shoots Waffle House cook

A man is accused of shooting and wounding a Waffle House employee in suburban Denver the night after being asked to wear a face covering inside the restaurant, authorities said.

Read the full story on SFGATE.

Be on Key Psychedelic Ripple ordered to close after violating city order

The City of Denver has closed the Be on Key Psychedelic Ripple bar for allowing customers to consume food and drink on the premises.

Read the full story on KDVR.

Denver to roll out free drive-up COVID-19 testing site at Pepsi Center

The city of Denver's first major foray into large-scale free coronavirus testing will be a drive-up site outside the Pepsi Center.

Read the full story on www.denverpost.com.

Hancock taps Murphy Robinson as permanent head of public safety

Mayor Michael Hancock has appointed Murphy Robinson as the executive director of the Department of Public Safety, an agency that oversees the city's fire, sheriff and police departments.

Read the full story on DenverWestword.

CU Denver to begin furloughing employees in July

Most University of Colorado Denver employees will be subject to a furlough plan beginning in July and potentially lasting through June 2021, according to an email announcement sent to employees on Wednesday.

Read the full story on www.denverpost.com.


This story was created automatically using data about news stories on social media from CrowdTangle, then reviewed by an editor. Click here for more about what we're doing. Got thoughts? Go here to share your feedback.