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Snowy Roads And Highways Plagued With Crashes Sunday; CDOT Urges Drivers To Stay Home MondaySnow accumulation hasn't really been this bad since April, which was in the middle of the pandemic shutdowns.
Containment & Acreage Grow Slightly On East Troublesome FireSunday's snow, humidity and freezing temperatures helped slow the spread of the East Troublesome Fire.
Some COVID-19 Testing Sites To Close For Weather MondayMultiple coronavirus testing sites in Colorado will be closed on Monday because of the weather and expected snowy driving conditions.
Seven First Responders In Grand Lake Lose Homes To East Troublesome FireNew information from the Grand Lake Fire Protection District states seven of its firefighters have lost their home to the East Troublesome Fire.
Senate Candidate, John Hickenlooper, Casts VoteCurrent Senate candidate and former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper cast his vote at a drop box in Denver on Saturday.
Colorado Secretary Of State's Office Shares Voting Resources For Fire EvacueesThe Colorado Secretary of State's Office released guidance for voters who are displaced by numerous wildfires in the state.
Coloradans Can Now Track COVID-19 Exposure Through Smartphone AppThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment officially launched a new service to fight the spread of COVID-19 in the Centennial State.
William Taft Arrested For Murder Of AcquaintanceWilliam Robert Taft, 49, was jailed Sunday on murder charges after another man died at a local hospital from a gunshot wound the previous day.
Some Evacuations Lifted At Cameron Peak FireThe Larimer County Sheriff's Office lifted some evacuations for residents along County Road 27 between Stove Prairie School up to Stove Prairie Landing.
Humane Society Helps 750 Animals During Destructive WildfiresAs part of the Larimer County Disaster Response, the Larimer Humane Society is stepping in to help displaced families and their pets.
Grand Lake Resident Closely Watching His Home Via Baby MonitorDespite dry, windy conditions, fire crews said they were able to make progress on the East Troublesome Fire.
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman Tests Positive For COVID-19"I Have COVID-19," tweeted Aurora's mayor, Mike Coffman on Sunday morning.
Snow Causes Closures On I-25 And U.S. 287 Sunday MorningSnow caused multiple crashes Sunday morning on Interstate 25 near the Wyoming state line.
Denver Weather: Record Lows Set Nearly 100 Years Ago May Fall By TuesdayAn unusually cold arctic air mass threatens to set at least three new record low temperatures in Denver over the next few days.
Colorado Weather: Potent Storm Prompts Winter Weather Alerts For Entire StateThe drastic change in the weather pattern is welcomed news for our fire ravaged state.
Draft Horse, Donkey Released During Wildfire Found 'Singed And Hungry, But Healthy'It may become the iconic photo of 2020, the symbol of the worst wildfire season in Colorado's history. And it doesn't contain a lick of flame. Only the licking of hands. 
Denver Weather: Arctic Blast With Snow And Record Cold On SundayA strong cold front will arrive late Saturday with the coldest air so far this season for Denver and much of Colorado.
USFS Truck Broken Into At Evacuation Center In LovelandA U.S. Forest Service employee says someone broke into her company truck at the Embassy Suites in Loveland.
Mandatory Evacuations Ordered Along Highway 34 In Estes ParkNew mandatory evacuation orders were given Saturday morning Coloradans living along Highway 34 between Estes Park and Drake.
'It's Mental Anguish': Colorado Homeowners Anxious To Check On Their HomesThe Colorado Department of Transportation sat out in front of The Dam Store west of Loveland on Highway 34 Saturday.
Illegal Campfire Extinguished In EvergreenFirefighters in Evergreen responded to an unattended campfire on Saturday.
Remembering Detective Curt Holland: Friends, Family Gather At Memorial ServiceFlags are now lowered to half staff in honor of a fallen Commerce City police detective.
Fire Crews Make Progress On CalWood FireCooler weather helped firefighters gain more control of the CalWood Fire which ignited a week ago today.
Noise Complaint At Thornton Apartment Leads To Gunfire With PoliceA man fired several gunshots "in close proximity" to officers from the Thornton Police Department as party-goers were dispersing early Saturday morning. 
State Approves A-Basin COVID-19 Plan To Open This SeasonArapahoe Basin announced it got the green light to open for the 2020-21 ski season.
Uptick In Summit County's Cases Partly Blamed On Larger GatheringsSummit County continues to see a rise in positive cases of COVID-19 and is now working with the state on a plan to avoid tighter restrictions. 
Judge Mulls Bond For TV Station Guard Charged With MurderA defense attorney asked a judge Friday to lower bail for a television station security guard charged with second-degree murder in the shooting of a pro-police demonstrator following opposing protests this month in Denver.
Spot Fire At Cameron Peak Fire Advances Toward Glen HavenA spot fire at the Cameron Peak Fire showed increased activity west of Pinegree Park on Saturday.
LOOK: Suspect Seen Stealing $252 Bottle Of ChampagneThe Eagle County Sheriff's Office is looking for a suspect who, they say, stole a bottle of champagne worth $252.
Powerful Winds Hit Fire Zones Early Saturday, 107 MPH Gust Near Copper MountainExtreme fire weather conditions will be experienced throughout the day on Saturday ahead of a big weather change for Sunday.

CBS World News

Pope Francis appoints first Black American cardinal"By naming Archbishop Wilton Gregory as a Cardinal, Pope Francis is sending a powerful message of hope and inclusion to the Church in the United States," an official said.
Tropical Storm Zeta expected to strengthen into hurricaneThe formation of Zeta puts the 2020 hurricane season one name storm away from tying the all-time record.
Japanese sushi chef finds way to spice up deliveries during pandemicWith his sushi restaurant on the verge of closing amid the coronavirus pandemic, chef Masanori Sugiura was desperate to find ways to keep his business afloat. So the bodybuilder decided to beef up his menu by adding a very special kind of delivery. Lucy Craft has more.
Protesters in Thailand continue demonstrations against government and military ruleProtesters are continuing to march the streets of Thailand, demanding the resignation of the country’s prime minister. Demonstrators are speaking out against the country’s royal family and military rule. Ramy Inocencio reports.
Americans abroad worry their voting ballots will not be countedMany Americans living outside the U.S. or beyond the borders are still casting their ballots, but some are worried about them not being counted in time. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Italy announces restrictions in renewed fight against coronavirusItaly's leader is closing down gyms, pools and movies theaters as the country sees a spike in coronavirus infections this fall. The restrictions go into effect Monday until November 24.