Covering Colorado First

Memorial Started For Man Killed In Violent Crash In Denver's Highlands NeighborhoodDetails from Denver police about a deadly crash at 32nd Avenue and Lowell Boulevard on Saturday remain scarce.
Firefighters Searching For Missing Kayaker On Carter LakeLarimer County Sheriff's deputies and firefighters from Berthoud and Loveland are looking for a missing kayaker.
Dick's Sporting Goods Park Welcomes Coloradans For More COVID VaccinesThe COVID-19 vaccination site at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City opened Sunday for another week of vaccinations.
Aircraft Called In To Fight 2-Acre Wildfire Near KeystoneFirefighters requested an aircraft to attack the fire in the forest where wind was blowing down trees and endangering crews, a spokesman said.
Food From Newly-Planted School Garden To Be Available To Denver StudentsJuniors at Bruce Randolph planted their new school garden just in time for Earth Day on April 22.
Foothills Animal Shelter Owes $21,135 For February Natural Gas Bill, 7 Times More Than Typical BillAmong those customers hard hit in Colorado in the aftermath of February's winter storm is the Foothills Animal Shelter in Golden.
'Be Happy Boutique' Offers Beautiful Dresses In Honor Of 12-Year-Old GirlBe Happy Boutique is making sure that every young woman who wants a beautiful dress to wear to prom can have one, regardless of how much money they have in their budget.
BioBlitz Program To Help Study, Restore South Platte RiverPlants and wildlife along the South Platte River are getting an annual check up this week.
Association Alerts Denver Teachers Of Plans To Return To ClassroomThe Denver Classroom Teachers Association says the Denver Public School district intends to end remote learning for some teachers before the end of April.
‘We Really Strive To Create A Family Relationship’: Mentorship Is One Way To Help A Teen Living In Foster CareRaise the Future runs a mentorship program that offers stability to teens as they near aging out of foster care.
Louisville Students To Create Unique Memories With COVID-Restricted PromSo long as health guidelines are promoted and enforced at the events, high school seniors are allowed to go to prom.
COVID In Colorado: Centura Health Switches From Johnson & Johnson To Pfizer And Moderna VaccinesThree mass COVID-19 vaccination sites in Colorado have stopped using the Johnson and Johnson vaccine and are now offering Pfizer or Moderna.
Colorado Weather: Chilly Week Ahead With Several Chances For Rain And SnowA busy weather week is unfolding for Colorado starting today with the passage of a dry cold front.
USGS Reports 2.8 Magnitude Earthquake Near Aspen Saturday NightA few people in the Aspen area reported that they felt some shaking from the quake.
'It's A Team Job': Volunteers Prepare Colorado Lands For Possible Challenging Wild Fire YearColorado is once again headed for a historic drought. That means fire season could be challenging this year.
Raise The Future Needs The Colorado Community To Come Together Around Youth Living In Foster CareCBS4’s Day for Wednesday’s Child is a full day of fundraising and building awareness for youth in foster care.
COVID In Colorado: State Suspends Colorado Springs Vaccine Operation At Clinic Over Storage ConcernsA clinic administering COVID-19 vaccines in El Paso County was told to pause its operations over concerns about vaccine storage.
Alix Jo-Ray Montoya, Brandie Price Arrested After Home Invasion & ChaseA terrifying scene played out at a home on Franklin Street near 88th Avenue in Adams County.
1 Man Killed, 1 Child Hospitalized In Serious Crash At 32nd Avenue & Lowell BoulevardA serious crash closed part of 32nd Avenue near downtown Denver on Saturday afternoon.
Wanted: Raymond Michael James Quintana Accused In Thornton Crime SpreeThornton police identified the man they say was involved in a shooting with one of their officers Friday morning.
Kaylee Messerly Arrested On Child Abuse Charges After Infant Died During 2 Nights Stranded In CarKaylee Messerly was in court March 8. She pleaded not guilty to felony charges and was scheduled for trial. Authorities believe Messerly drove the children into the backcountry the next day.  
Highway 287 Reopened Hours After 2 Killed In Head-On CrashHighway 287 was closed for hours Saturday morning for a crash that killed two people.
Lee Hart, Wife Of 1984 Presidential Hopeful Gary Hart, Passes AwayLee Hart, the wife of former U.S. Sen. Gary Hart of Colorado, has died. She was 85. 
CU Community Advised To 'Not Respond' To Hackers In Massive Data BreachThe University of Colorado is learning more about a massive data breach that compromised personal records.
State Expands Program Offering Free At-Home COVID Rapid TestsThe State of Colorado is now offering free at-home rapid testing for anyone who works in a public-facing job.
More Cases Of P.1 Or Brazilian Variant Confirmed In ColoradoMore cases of the P.1 or Brazilian Variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus are showing up in Colorado.
Greenwood Village Residents, Asian American Community Outraged At Satirical Article Published In 'The Villager'Residents and the Asian American community outraged at a satirical article published in The Villager earlier this month say it is offensive and racist, calling on the publisher to issue an apology.
Centura Health To Stop Using Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine At Drive-Up Mass Vaccination EventsCentura Health will stop using the Johnson & Johnson or Janssen COVID vaccine at their drive-up mass vaccination events.
Douglas County Commissioners Consider Resolution To Opt Out Of Tri-County Public Health OrderThe Douglas County Commissioners will discuss a resolution next week to opt out of a Tri-County Public Health Order that continues restrictions under the COVID-19 dial framework.
1 Rescued From Burning Multi-Family Townhome In Arapahoe CountyFirefighters rescued one person from a burning multi-family towntown in Arapahoe County on Friday night.

CBS National News

Massive rainfall causes major flooding along Mississippi riverMandatory evacuations are under way as heavy rainfall causes historic flooding along the Mississippi river. CBS News correspondent Anna Werner has the latest details for CBSN.
Bill Cosby charged with sexual assaultComedian Bill Cosby has been charged with sexual assault in Pennsylvania, the first such criminal charge against him after a wave of accusations from multiple women. Defense attorney David DiPietro joins CBSN with analysis.
Live Updates: Protests after deadly police shooting near MinneapolisPolice in Brooklyn Center say an officer fired after a stopped driver drove away. Protests followed — with the Derek Chauvin trial about to enter week three.
Inside the making and selling of artisanal food trendsThe Mast Brothers’ high-end chocolate company was accused of using re-melted chocolate from another brand in some of its products. The brothers say they only did so in their early days and never lied to consumers. This has sparked a larger debate about so-called “artisanal” products and why consumers are willing to pay more for them. The Wall Street Journal’s advertising and marketing editor Suzanne Vranica joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the appeal of the craft foods craze.
"Making a Murderer" series sparks interest in Wisconsin caseA new Netflix series raises questions about the high-profile Wisconsin murder case of Teresa Halbach. Like the podcast "Serial" and HBO’s "The Jinx," "Making a Murderer" has re-ignited interest in a crime that vanished from the public spotlight. Michelle Miller reports why many viewers are now wondering if an innocent man was framed twice.
Millions in danger from threat of Mississippi River floodingTorrential downpours have swollen rivers in Illinois and Missouri, and mandatory evacuations are underway. In Missouri, flooding is blamed for at least 13 deaths. The Mississippi river could reach about 14 feet above its flood stage in St. Louis, and flooding could affect about 18 million people in states along the river, from Illinois to Louisiana. Anna Werner reports.

CBS World News

Search for authenticity while reporting inside North KoreaReporting from North Korea is equal parts fascinating and frustrating. CBS News correspondent Seth Doane reflects on his visit to the secretive country in the fall, where he and his team searched for glimpses of authenticity.
CBSN Business Headlines: Crude oil prices fallIran's expected oil exports drive down crude oil prices, online sales grew 20% this holiday season and more. CBS News Moneywatch's Jill Wagner has today's CBSN business headlines.
American entrepreneur helps Chinese choose English namesWhat’s in a name? For one young American entrepreneur living in Shanghai, it’s a business opportunity. It is common for Chinese people to take English nicknames for work or study abroad, but sometimes those nicknames are unusual. So the 26-year-old expat took this cultural oddity and turned it into a viable service for those seeking English names. Seth Doane reports.
Iraqi troops' victory over ISIS in RamadiAn Iraqi commander said Tuesday that calm had largely been restored in the city of Ramadi, where troops have managed to claw back from ISIS. The final push to retake the city came Monday after weeks of preparation, as Iraqi troops surrounded the town and cut off ISIS supply lines. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Iraqi troops on verge of recapturing Ramadi from ISISIraqi officials have declared Ramadi, a key city in the war for territory with ISIS, liberated, but American officials say there's still a bit of work to be done to completely retake the city. David Martin reports.
Is ISIS on the run after Iraqi victory in Ramadi?The fight against ISIS takes a promising turn as Iraqi forces retake a key part of Ramadi from ISIS. U.S. Army Lt. Col. Scott Mann (Ret.) has analysis for CBSN.