Together, the news outlets published on Sunday a collection of nearly 60 stories that show how the coronavirus pandemic affected Colorado residents over a single 24-hour period.
The project, called “COVID Diaries Colorado,” is powered by COLab, the Colorado News Collaborative, in which AP participates.
AP StoryShare facilitated the project. Twenty-two news organizations are using the tool, which AP launched in Colorado earlier this month. Participating newsrooms can republish each other’s stories and photos with proper credit.
See a selection of stories from “COVID Diaries Colorado”:
- COVID diaries Colorado: A day in the coronavirus pandemic
- Cashier strives to send “happy vibes” during crisis
- Steamboat pharmacist works 14-hour days to create calm, normalcy for his customers in the middle of COVID-19
- COVID diaries: Cory Gardner juggles calls with President Trump, helping his kids distance learn and cooking
AP StoryShare, which is supported by the Google News Initiative, debuted in New York state in January.