Concert goers left in the lurch as 6-month ticket vouchers expire

DENVER (KDVR) — COVID-19 has continued countless concerts but Charlie Hunsucker never thought obtaining a refund or maybe a credit may be so difficult. The 66-year old paid $213 dollars for four tickets to see The Who at the Pepsi Center on May 22. He purchased the seats from a ticket agent named Vivid Seats,
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Pepsi Center will now be called Ball Arena following new partnership with Ball Corporation

DENVER (KDVR) — Kroenke Sports and Entertainment declared Thursday that it created a partnership with the Ball Corporation along with the Pepsi Center is now Ball Arena. According to a release in the NBA, the venture includes naming rights for Ball and KSE’s grand arena in Denver, home to the NBA’s Denver Nuggets, NHL’s Colorado
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Polis: ‘Colorado needs to bear down’ to reverse upward trends

DENVER (KDVR) — Governor Jared Polis said Colorado has seen an uptick in COVID-19 cases in nine of the past 14 days and growth in hospitalizations for 11 of the past 14 days. “Colorado needs to bear down,” he said. Polis then expressed that he thinks we are past the halfway point in this pandemic
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‘Being young does not make you immune’: Denver sets new regulations for colleges, student-athletes

DENVER (KDVR) – After a recent of spike of COVID-19 cases at University of Colorado Boulder, Denver city officials are calling on all colleges and universities to issue additional coronavirus regulations to stop the spread of the virus among students and student athletes. “The risk of continuing to spread this deadly virus is real and
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Gov. Polis scolds those who gathered at large rodeo and concert in Weld County

DENVER (KDVR) — Gov. Jared Polis scolded big audiences that attended a rodeo and concert near Lochbuie at Weld County on the weekend. He said such events could cause more COVID-19 outbreaks. Polis said the gatherings are downright harmful, especially when the country is currently trying to maintain virus’ disperse under control. The Weld County
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MacKinnon, Makar back on ice with Avs before heading to Edmonton

DENVER (KDVR) — Colorado Avalanche forward Nathan MacKinnon and defenseman Cale Makar were back on the ice Saturday after missing practices this week. A nice SIGH of relief for @Avalanche fans to see these two together on the ice.Both Nathan MacKinnon and Cale Makar missed practices this week, but seem to be in the groove
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Nuggets resume season amid COVID-19 pandemic; 20 facts for 2020

DENVER — The Denver Nuggets resume the 2020 season from Within the Orlando bubble Wednesday afternoon amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Nuggets will perform the Washington Wizards in Orlando, Florida in a scrimmage at 1:30 p.m. The Nuggets played with the Wizards on January 4 and then also lost 128-114. Wednesday’s match will be televised
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Pepsi Center COVID-19 testing site results could take up to 8 days

DENVER (KDVR) — COVID-19 testing in the Pepsi Center will be capped at 2,000 tests every day to help the labs catch up on evaluation results.  Following a four day closed due to Independence Day and a day, a wait was to receive examined in the Pepsi Center Monday morning. Denver made a decision to
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Gov. Polis announces closing of some bars and nightclubs, Protect Our Neighbor phase requirements

DENVER (KDVR) — In a press conference Tuesday afternoon, Governor Jared Polis declared the closing of pubs for in-person company, but they are able to continue to market alcohol to-go. Bars that currently serve serve and food can stay open under the rules of distancing, seating guests using their celebration and not permitting mingling.  This
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A month after transition to ‘Safer at Home’ phase, COVID-19 cases steadily declining in Colorado

DENVER (KDVR) — More than just a month after Colorado switched out of a “Stay at Home” order to “Safer at Home,” there hasn’t been a spike in COVID-19 instances. The latest data in the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment indicates the average of instances, dependent on the coverage date, has steadily diminished
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