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Tri-County Health Dept. Rescinds Order To Close 5 Douglas County RestaurantsThe Tri-County Health Department rescinded its order on Wednesday to close five Douglas County restaurants.
State-Partnered COVID Testing Sites To Close For ThanksgivingColoradans should check ahead before getting a COVID-19 test this week.
Internal Emails: Colorado Unemployment Resources Were 'Tapped Out' At Start Of PandemicIt has taken media inquiries for some unemployment claimants in Colorado to get their money. CBS4 Investigates obtained internal emails that illuminate some possible reasons why.
COVID In Colorado: New Modeling Report Finds Highest Prevalence Of The Virus To DateOn the eve of Thanksgiving, health officials are encouraging Coloradans to celebrate the holiday with only members of their household.
'Very Excited': Doctors React To News That COVID Vaccines Will Arrive At Denver Health In A Few WeeksThe COVID-19 vaccine is expected at Denver Health in just a few weeks.
UFCW Union Local 7 Gives Push Back To Weld County Commissioners For Refusal To Enforce COVID Level Red RestrictionsThe refusal of Weld County Commissioners to seek enforcement of COVID Level Red guidelines is leading to push back from the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 7.
Colorado Small Business Owner Featured In Oprah's List Of Favorite ThingsA Denver Black-owned business was named one of Oprah's favorite things this holiday season.
Aurora Families Get Hot Thanksgiving Meals Thanks To School District's OutreachOut of the 400,000 students in the Aurora Public School district, 70 percent are on free or reduced lunch.
Weld County DA Calls Cop 'A Danger To Community,' Refuses To Prosecute Cases From Officer Zach HelbigCBS4 has learned that Weld County District Attorney Michael Rourke is refusing to prosecute criminal cases involving a Fort Lupton police officer who shot and killed a man last year.
Denver Weather: Light Mountain Snow For Thanksgiving
Longmont Mayor Changes His Mind On Ordinance Focused On Weld County & COVID-19The mayor of Longmont is backing off a controversial plan surrounding coronavirus in Weld County.
Beaver Creek Celebrates Milestone Birthday On Opening DayBeaver Creek is celebrating 40 years as it opened its slopes on Wednesday.
East Troublesome Pale Ale Proceeds Support Grand Foundation In Wake Of WildfireLocal craft breweries and distilleries are coming together this holiday season to support relief efforts on the East Troublesome Fire.
Colorado Completes Simulation For Coronavirus Vaccine ArrivalColorado has completed a simulation to help prepare for the arrival of the coronavirus vaccine.
COVID In Colorado: Gov. Polis Meets With Task Force On Return To In-Person LearningGov. Jared Polis pushed to get Colorado students back to the classroom in January.
COVID In Greeley: Union Says Weld County Failed To Protect Workers At JBS Plant Amid Another OutbreakThe UFCW Local 7 Union is calling out Weld County for failure to protect its essential workers. The response stems from a new coronavirus outbreak at the JBS Plant in Greeley.
Loveland Business & Church Provide Thanksgiving Meals For Those Impacted By COVID-19Thousands of northern Colorado residents will have a full-course Thanksgiving meal on Thursday thanks to Citipointe Church and Betta Gumbo in Loveland.
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."
'Winter Wonderlights' Coming To Denver's Union StationColoradans will have another holiday light display to admire soon.
Denver DA Rules Police Officers Justified In Shooting Death Of Christopher Escobedo After Holding Hostage At GunpointDenver District Attorney Beth McCann has ruled that Denver police officers were justified in shooting and killing a man who held a woman hostage at gunpoint. The shooting happened Sept. 12 near Colfax Avenue and Lowell.
New Denver Health Mural Pays Tribute To Frontline WorkersArtists created a new mural to honor frontline workers in Colorado as a third wave of coronavirus sweeps across the country.
Political Battle Brews Over Enforcement Of COVID Health Orders Between Longmont, Weld CountyA political battle over the enforcement of state health orders is brewing in Northern Colorado after Longmont Mayor Brian Bagley asked the city to start drafting an ordinance that would ban Weld County residents from being transferred into the two hospitals in Longmont.
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.
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.
COVID In Colorado: Denver Health Expects First Vaccine Shipment Mid-DecemberDenver Health has told employees it is expecting to receive its first COVID-19 vaccine shipment in mid-December with its health care workers getting the shots first.
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."
Family Of Olivia Gant Notifies Children's Hospital Colorado Of Intent To Sue For Up To $25MFamily members have notified the hospitals and other entities that treated the girl who died at age 7 they intend to sue for up to $25 million.