Total Number Of TSA Employees At DIA To Positive For COVID Is 76The last positive test was in November.
Yellow Lab Rescued From Icy Lone Tree Golf Course PondSouth Metro firefighters rescued a yellow Labrador Retriever from an icy pond in Lone Tree on Monday night.
Poudre Schools Superintendent Sandra Smyser LeavingDr. Sandra Smyser will be leaving Poudre School District.
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Denver Independent Monitor Finds Gaps In Police Response To Summer ProtestsA report released Tuesday morning by the Denver Office of the Independent Monitor found serious gaps in the Denver Police response to the George Floyd protests downtown this summer.
Chilly Mornings, Mild AfternoonsWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri’s forecast.
Aurora City Council Debates Competing Ordinances To Repeal Breed RestrictionsAurora City Council will vote on competing ordinances to potentially repeal the city’s pit bull ban.
Outlook Shows Colorado’s Economic Recovery Could Take YearsResearchers say a COVID-19 vaccine will be key to helping Colorado’s economy bounce back from the pandemic.
Young, Healthy Colorado Man Describes COVID Fight & SurvivalReports from hospitals provide more evidence that younger people should be taking COVID-19 more seriously.
WWII Veteran & Colorado Native Celebrates 100th BirthdayWWII veteran Raymond Wright turned 100-years-old on Saturday. The Colorado native was born in Flagler and raised in Fort Morgan. He lost his right eye while serving his country and was awarded the Purple Heart. CBS4 thanks him for his service and wishes him a happy birthday.
‘This Is Real’: Shelby Harris’ Message On The Severity Of COVID-19Defensive Lineman Shelby Harris was our guest for A Few Extra Minutes and shares his thoughts about the worldwide pandemic.
Together 4 Colorado Toy Drive Offers Several Ways To GiveCBS4 is hosting a COVID cautious collection, but donors can also give a gift online.
Denver’s El Chapultepec Nightclub, A Favorite Haunt For Jazz Aficionados, ClosesEl Chapultepec at 20th and Market Street in LoDo is closing for good, in part because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Colorado Announces Backcountry Winter Safety Awareness WeekState officials launched a campaign which encourages backcountry users to take a pledge and to educate themselves before heading out.
Colorado Home Health Care Workers Asking For More Help & BenefitsHome healthcare workers say there is still a lot of uncertainty in their line of work right now.
University Of Colorado’s Leeds School Of Business Projects Job Growth In Leisure, HospitalityThe University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business has projections of what the state can expect next year when it comes to job growth.
Colorado’s First Gentleman Marlon Reis Treated With Dexamethasone, Remdesivir For CoronavirusThe governor’s office provided an update on Colorado’s First Gentleman Marlon Reis on Monday afternoon, a day after he was taken to the hospital.
Lyons Den Hosts Protest Following Liquor Seizure By StateA group of people protested outside of a restaurant in Lyons after the state seized its liquor and suspended its license to serve it over the weekend.
Douglas County Has Implemented A New Grading ScaleDouglas county is lowering the standard for their grading scale which some parents are happy about but not all teachers agree with the new scale.
Very Warm Temperatures For DecemberWatch Lauren Whitney’s forecast
Toy Collection Event Includes COVID PrecautionsAt a time when many Colorado families are struggling, the community can come together to provide toys for children.
Thousands Of Struggling Nonprofits Look Toward Colorado Gives Day As LifelineColorado Gives Day is one of the country’s largest online giving events, supporting nonprofits that sustain various communities across the state. Donors raised more than $40 million in 2019, but this year’s pandemic has many nonprofits struggling to stay alive.
Traffic Alert: Westbound Lane Through I-70 Mountain Corridor To Be ClosedThe Colorado Department of Transportation will close one lane of Interstate 70 near Idaho Springs going west through the mountain corridor this week. The closure started on Sunday.
Gov. Jared Polis Signs 9 Bills Into Law — Virtually — While On Coronavirus QuarantineGov. Jared Polis signed nine bills into law on Monday- virtually. He signed the bills while under quarantine for coronavirus.
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