Forget About The Candles And Dark Room, Meditation Is All About Practicing AwarenessPerhaps you’re among the many who’ve been recommended to try meditation to ease your mind but aren’t sure where to begin or if you’re doing it correctly. You’re certainly not alone.
Colorado Dragon Boat Film Festival Goes Virtual, Sense Of Community More Essential Than EverThis year the Colorado Dragon Boat Film Festival is virtual.
Despite Warm Weather, Some Popular Outdoor Spots May Be Too IcyColorado Parks and Wildlife is warning people who want to get outside and enjoy the warm weather this weekend to be aware of the winter conditions that still may exist. Some places are still too icy to enjoy.
Adams County Officials Urge Residents To Get CodeRED AlertsIt's a mobile alert system that will allow you to receive real-time emergency notifications from the county's dispatch center.
Girls & Science Goes Virtual For 2021This year’s Girls & Science event hosted by CBS4 and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science kicks off this weekend in a unique way.
COVID In Denver: Vaccine Focus Continues In Underserved CommunitiesAs the state rolls out more doses of the COVID vaccine, the City of Denver is opening up more community vaccination sites to make sure underserved communities have equal access, including a one-time site at the Auraria Campus on March 7.
Denver Police Search For Pregnant Woman Suspected In Robbery At KnifepointPolice in Denver are searching for a pregnant woman accused of robbing a victim at knifepoint. The robbery happened at the Microtel Inn and Suites on 63rd off Tower Road.
Xcel Energy Manager To Give Virtual Demonstration About Electric Vehicles As Part Of Girls & ScienceXcel Energy has sponsored the Denver Museum of Nature & Science’s annual Girls & Science event for six years.
World Denver Celebrating Women in National SecurityOn International Women’s Day, World Denver is celebrating the key roles that women are playing in national security.
Upcoming City Of Denver Construction Projects To Create $1B In Sales, Over 7,000 JobsThe city hopes new construction will rebound the tourism and hospitality industry and generate $1 billion in sales.
COVID In Colorado: Caregivers Receive Help Through Resiliency ProgramThe physical and mental health of frontline health care workers remains a major concern.
Depression, Anxiety & Suicidal Thoughts Increasing Amid COVID PandemicOf the hundreds of patients followed for the study, those who developed PTSD were more likely to be women.
Eaton Police Search For Missing Man Nathan Schwartz Last Seen More Than 1 Week AgoPolice in Eaton are searching for a man who was last seen more than a week ago. Investigators say Nathan Schwartz, 22, was in the Colorado Springs area last Monday.
COVID In Colorado: Type 1 Diabetics Move Up For Vaccination EligibilityThe State Health Department recently moved Type 1 diabetics up into the 1B.3 vaccination group.
Colorado Gets Its First Officially Named Snowplow -- 'Unsinkable Molly'Colorado is taking a page from Scotland and going about the process of giving some of its snowplows names.
Report: Colorado's Economy Ranks No. 1 In U.S. But Not Without Some InequitiesColorado has the No. 1 economy in the nation, according to data from the U.S. News and World Report. However, Denver leaders say that economy is not working for everyone.
COVID In Colorado: Equity Clinic Aims To Vaccinate 1,000 Latinos In Weld CountySeveral community groups in Weld County are organizing an equity clinic where 1,000 Latinos will receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Denver Public Library Reopens 9 Branches Nearly 1 Year After Pandemic ClosureThe Denver Public Library will open nine branches to the public next week. This will be the first time in nearly a year that people can visit their local library and go inside.
'They Left Her For Dead': 14 Year Old & 18 Year Old Charged With Murder Of Pamela Cabriales On ColfaxFamily members tell CBS4 32-year-old Pamela Cabriales was on her way home from dinner with a friend when she was shot and killed.
Arvada Center Using Technology To Reimagine Its Theater ProductionsWith most live performances still shutdown due to coronavirus, the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities has found new ways to perform.
Metro Caring Hosts COVID Vaccine Equity Panel Meeting, Tries To Encourage More Minorities To Get VaccinatedAlmost 1.4 million Coloradans have received at least one COVID-19 vaccination.
Support Denver's Lowest Income Neighborhood With Sun Valley Youth Center Art AuctionBid on a piece of unique art and help support the lowest income neighborhood in Denver at the same time. The Sun Valley Youth Center is opening registration on its online art auction this week. Bidding begins on Thursday.
Hanging Lake Trail Expected To Reopen May 1Hanging Lake trail in Glenwood Springs is expected to reopen to the public on May 1 -- and this year you may be able to drive to the trail instead of taking a shuttle.
Full In-Person Learning Could Be Coming Back Soon In Douglas County Middle And High SchoolsOn Tuesday night, recommendations will be presented at the DCSD Board of Education meeting for middle and high school students to return to full in-person learning.
Technical Difficulties Push Rocky Mountain National Park Online Camping Reservations To Next WeekReservation requests for summer wilderness camping permits at Rocky Mountain National Park will now open next week. The system was supposed to open Monday, March 1 but technical difficulties have pushed that back to next Monday.
10-Foot-High Fence Surrounds Fallen Officers Memorial Outside Denver Police HeadquartersThe Denver Police Department has installed a 10-foot-tall fence around the fallen officers memorial.
Registration Open For Snowshoe For The Cure Race In FriscoThe Town of Frisco and the Frisco Nordic Center are working together to support the Susan G. Komen Snowshoe for the Cure.
Hunting, Fishing Applications Open In ColoradoApplications open Monday for hunters and fishermen in Colorado. Colorado Parks and Wildlife has made some changes this year.
COVID In Colorado: Denver Public Schools Considers Extending Fall SemesterDPS board members are taking up the idea of starting the fall semester early next year.
COVIDCheck Colorado Urges Additional Testing After Delays Blamed On Severe WeatherThose who took a COVID-19 test over the past couple of weeks may want to take another one. COVIDCheck Colorado said that severe weather disrupted their shipping and supply chain which delayed test results for the week of Feb. 15.