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CBS4 News Director Offers Reasons To Give Thanks In A Difficult YearFor journalists, covering the big story -- and all the emotion that surrounds it -- is part of our daily work. But this year, it’s personal too.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Travels On A Plane For Thanksgiving, Days After Urging Residents To 'Stay Home'Denver Mayor Michael Hancock traveled on a plane to visit family on Wednesday ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. This comes on the day he tweeted "Stay home as much as you can."
COVID In Eagle County: Permit Required For Groups Of 10 Or MoreEagle County is requiring a permit for any gathering with 10 or more people. The public health order states that any event, pubic or private, with more than two households must submit a formal request.
COVID In Colorado: Aspen Remains A Destination During Pandemic Thanks To PrecautionsAs people became more accustomed to life in masks and began venturing out more, Aspen again became a destination.
Volunteers Of America Sees Surge Of Coloradans 'Chomping At The Bit' Wanting To Help OutThis holiday season, due to the pandemic, the need for food is greater than ever. Volunteers of America is working to remedy that issue in Denver.
Aurora Public Schools Serves 8,000 Free 'Grab & Go' Thanksgiving Meal Kits From High-Tech BusEach kit contains turkey roast, mashed potatoes, green beans, rolls and pumpkin pie.
Colorado Couple Shares Inspiring Story For National Prematurity Awareness MonthThe family of a child who has been in the NICU at Children's Hospital Colorado for almost 90 days is thanking the support staff, who they say are "our best friends right now."
Summit County Ski Areas To Further Reduce Capacity Amid Level Red Designation On COVID DialSki areas in Summit County are moving forward with plans to further reduce capacity on the mountain, with new limits set to take effect Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiving.