Migrants in Mexico have few coronavirus protections

In theory all migrants have access to healthcare in Mexico, the reality is they can rarely go to public hospitals. Chiapas, Mexico – For 28-year-old Miguel living in the Mexico-Guatemala border town of Ciudad Hidalgo in the Mexican state of

'Disaster' looms in coronavirus-hit Afghanistan: Live updates

With hospital beds almost full, Afghan officials warn of coming ‘disaster’ as suspected cases of COVID-19 surge. As Afghan officials warn of a looming crisis, health authorities in the country reported 761 new positive cases of COVID-19 over the past

Fireworks causing alarm in Denver as complaints skyrocket

There’s been an explosive jump in reports of illegal fireworks in Denver and authorities say they are concerned about the noisy, and potentially dangerous, spike. Since June 15 through Sunday, the city has fielded 750 firework calls with Sunday alone

REI closing store in Westminster’s Orchard Town Center after failing to reach an agreement with landlord

The outdoor recreation giant REI is closing its store in Westminster’s Orchard Town Center, saying it couldn’t reach an agreement with the landlord. The store will permanently close at 6 p.m. Monday, REI said in a statement Thursday. Anybody waiting

NZ’s first Covid cases in 24 days came from UK

New Zealand has confirmed two new cases of coronavirus, ending a 24-day streak of no new infections in the country. Both cases had recently travelled from the UK and are connected, with local media reporting they had been given special

School in September ‘part-time if 2m distancing’

Pupils in England will not be going back to school full time in September if the 2m social distancing rule is still in place, academy leaders say. Hamid Patel, chief executive of the Star Academy group, is calling for an

Man’s body discovered in Jackson County over the weekend

Homicide investigators are asking for the public’s help in identifying the body of a man found on Saturday in Jackson County. Sheriff’s deputies were called to an area off of Colorado 125, south of Rand, where a passer-by found the