COVID In Colorado: Denver Health Doctor Eager For New Pfizer Vaccine AuthorizationIf the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices approves, this age group could begin receiving the vaccine by the end of the week.
COVID In Douglas County: Commissioners Propose Resolution Defying Colorado Indoor Face Mask MandateDouglas County commissioners are planning to vote on a proposed resolution that would defy the state indoor face mask mandate.
Colorado Doctor: Full FDA Authorization Would Offer Leeway For Mandatory COVID-19 VaccinationPfizer is asking for full FDA approval for its COVID-19 vaccine. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida said that should only make us more confident in the vaccine.
COVID In Colorado: Yes, You Can Ask Your Health Care Provider If They Are Vaccinated. No, They Don't Have To AnswerAbout 80% of health care workers in Colorado have received a COVID-19 vaccine, and Dr. Dave Hnida said it is acceptable for you to ask your doctor if they are vaccinated.
Denver Fight For Air Event Held Outdoors For First TimeHundreds of people spent Saturday morning climbing the stairs at Coors Field.
'Everything Is Very Very Fake'; State Issues Cease And Desist Order To Man Posing As Colorado DoctorThe Colorado Medical Board has ordered a man to stop using a fake Colorado medical license which he has apparently been using in other countries to secure jobs as a medical lecturer and professor.
Busy Friday Night In Downtown Denver Could Signal Trend Toward Post-Pandemic LifeAs people begin to venture out of their homes and more events are planned, businesses are gearing up for what could be a busy summer season post-pandemic.
Colorado's Comeback: Moviegoers Return To Regal Theatres Amid COVID Safety ProtocolsOn Friday, one of Colorado’s largest movie theater chains reopened four major locations as moviegoers rejoiced at a chance to leave their homes and creep closer to normal life before the pandemic.
Thousands Participate In Volleyball Tournament, The First Major Event At The Colorado Convention Center In More Than 1 YearThousands of volleyball players along with their coaches and family members participated in the first day of the Colorado Crossroads tournament Friday, the first major event at the convention center more than a year into the pandemic.
Dad Calls Colorado Baby Born With Rare Birth Defect 'A Little Rock Star'A baby born with some of her organs protruding from her body is now home with her parents in Frederick.
Colorado House Advances Democrat-Backed Insurance PlanA Democrat-backed bill designed to curb health insurance costs for individuals and small businesses hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic has advanced in the Colorado House.
Colorado Sees Major Milestone In Its Comeback With Return Of Crossroads Volleyball TournamentAt least 10,000 people have gathered for the Crossroads Volleyball Tournament in Denver.
COVID In Colorado: Summer Could See Big Decline In CasesModeling of COVID-19 cases shows a strong potential of a big drop coming, especially in places with higher vaccination rates. States like Colorado, which are doing better than many others have a greater chance for a drop.
Colorado Company Meritech Doubles Automatic Hand Washing Machine Production During PandemicMore than a year into the pandemic, Colorado company Meritech is seeing their business skyrocket because they specialize in making a machine that does just one thing: washes your hands for you.
COVID Restrictions In Denver: Mayor Hancock Revises Mask Order To Better Align With StateMayor Michael Hancock updated and extended Denver's COVID-19 mask order to better align with the state's mask order.
Denver Public Schools Plans For Full-Time In-Person Learning This FallDenver Public Schools will not require students to get a COVID-19 vaccine, however, the district is planning for students to return to full-time in-person learning this fall.