Reopening Colorado: Alamosa County Angered By State's Denial Of Variance RequestThe Alamosa County Board of County Commissioners on Monday cited "irreparable harm" to its residents at the hands of the state officials after the state health department decided to delay a granting of variance -- or exception to Safer-At-Home guidelines -- to the county.
Laporte Man Extends Helping Hand With Food Bank StationA northern Colorado man is using empathy to give back to those facing tough times.
Reopening Colorado: Governor Gives The OK For Restaurants To Have Dine-In Customers Starting WednesdayAfter weeks of only serving takeout during the coronavirus pandemic, restaurants will finally be allowed to offer dine-in service across the state.
Veterans Quarantined In Aurora Nursing Home Get Touching Military Tribute On Memorial DayVeterans quarantined at the Veteran's Community Living Center at Fitzsimons couldn't go to the cemetery to pay their respects to their fallen comrades on Memorial Day, so volunteers with the American Legion brought a military ceremony to them.
‘Just Do It’: Foster Father Encourages Other Parents To Get InvolvedThe Colorado Office of Children, Youth & Families is always looking for loving homes that can help children who are in unsafe situations.
Denver Set Rainfall Record Sunday With Most Rain In One Day Since Last JulyMother Nature gave Colorado's Front Range a much needed drink of water on Sunday.
Colorado's Fallen Service Members Honored With FlyoverColoradans had a chance to see the Colorado National Guard honor our fallen service members on Memorial Day.
Another COVID-19 Positive King Soopers Employee Who Worked In Denver DiesA second Kroger employee who worked at a King Soopers in Denver has died after contracting coronavirus.
A Pair Of 3,000 Pound Hippos Make The Trip Home To Colorado SpringsTwo sisters have finally returned home to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. Ambezi and Kasai, a pair of Nile hippos, returned Friday after spending three and a half years 'vacationing' at Dickerson Park Zoo in Springfield, Missouri.
CU Boulder Professors: 'Tax' On Satellites Will Reduce Space JunkJust beyond the reach of Earth's atmosphere, an estimated 20,000 objects travel around the planet in low orbit.
Drive-In Theaters Reopening Around The StateYou can head back to the movies, at least at drive-in theaters.
Nurses Claim Century Communities Refused To Return Portions Of New Home DepositsAs businesses and everyday workers try to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic, some local nurses are accusing builder “Century Communities” of not negotiating in good faith with families navigating the financial downturn.
Colorado Coroner Challenges Coronavirus Counting: 'We Just Have A Different Opinion'Another Colorado coroner - this time in La Plata County - is challenging the way local and state health departments have been attributing deaths to COVID-19.
Some Small Assisted Living Home Owners Concerned By Colorado Health Department's Coronavirus Policies"Why are you bringing strangers into my home?" Some owners of small assisted living group homes are worried about state inspectors coming in and bringing the virus with them.
Former Denver Nuggets Coach George Karl Finds Podcasting 'Soulful'The longtime NBA coach who has fought cancer three times is keeping the door open for getting back into the business, maybe as a head coach or possibly as an assistant.
Peyton Manning Victorious In 'The Match,' Rides Golf Cart Featuring Broncos Logo & Colorado FlagPeyton Manning and Tiger Woods held off Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson in the much anticipated "The Match" on Sunday afternoon.
'Peyton's Places' To Return to ESPN+ For 2nd Season"Peyton's Places," an Emmy-nominated ESPN series in which Peyton Manning takes a lighthearted look at the history of the NFL, will return for a second season.
Pets & Pandemics: CBS4's Journalists Get By With A Little Help From Their Furry FriendsDuring times of crisis, pets are often the ones we turn to for comfort.
Colorado Photojournalists On The Front Line Relaying Vital InformationJust like with many Colorado businesses, CBS4's journalists are learning how best to be safe while working during the health crisis.
CBS4 Behind The Scenes: 3 Journalists Adapt To A 'New Normal' At A New JobAnyone who moves to a new city experiences feelings of both anxiety and excitement. But three CBS4 journalists are going through all that in the midst of a pandemic.
What Is Herd Immunity?It’s that term that keeps coming up. Herd immunity is a potential way of beating the coronavirus.
Can Coronavirus Be Transmitted Through Mosquito Bites?The season of swatting is nearly upon us, and with it the inevitable question about whether mosquitoes will spread an already terrible pandemic.
What Can You Do If Your Trip Is Called Off?It’s looking like a summer of un-doing for many people. No money back and nothing he seems to be able to do about it.
Dr. Dave Hnida: Even With Added Precautions, Degree Of Risk Is Involved In Airline TravelAirlines are taking extra steps to protect passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Still, is it truly safe to fly?
President Trump Is Taking Hydroxychloroquine. Should You?When President Donald Trump announced this week that he is taking the drug hydroxychloroquine, it reignited the debate over the whether the medication has a place in the everyday prevention and treatment of coronavirus.
Youngest Colorado Students May Experience Most Changes When Schools ReopenCBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida expects big changes in how schools will look this fall. He shared some questions parents should be asking.
The Match: Champions For Charity
Landspout Tornadoes Spin Through Weld County
Gov. Jared Polis Meets With President Donald Trump At The White House
Battelle Decontamination System Cleans N95 Masks For Health Care Workers
Colorado Air National Guard Flyover
Cinco De Mayo In Pueblo During Colorado Coronavirus Restrictions
Reopening Colorado: When You Can Once Again Experience The Beauty Of Our Mountain PassesThis weekend usually brings the beginning of the heavy summer travel season, especially for those who love our mountain passes. Coronavirus means many of those passes will be not be open.
Reopening Colorado: See Which National Parks In The State Are Allowing Visitors AgainColorado's national parks, monuments and historic sites are starting to reopen, often in phases.
Hanging Lake Trail Reopens June 1 With 128-Person Limit Per DayHanging Lake Trail in Glenwood Canyon is taking reservations now for the season that will begin on June 1, but it may be tougher to get a spot this year.