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Colorado Health Officials Want Public To Know The Facts About CoronavirusState health officials say they’re preparing as the coronavirus epidemic continues to reach new parts of the world.
Colorado Students Studying In Italy Told To Leave ImmediatelyThe coronavirus outbreak is taking its toll on college students studying abroad.
Flight For Life Aiming To Save Lives In Colorado BackcountryRescue crews with Centura Health Flight For Life Colorado spent Wednesday morning.
Death Penalty Repeal: Colorado Senator Wants Voters To DecideA bill to repeal Colorado’s death penalty is headed to the desk of Gov. Jared Polis.
Jeffco Public Schools To Close March 19 For CEA 'Educator Day Of Action'Jeffco Public Schools will be closed on March 19 due to a high number of reported teacher absences for the CEA Educator Day of Action.
Adams County Deputy Surprises 3-Year-Old Dog Bite Victim With ToysAn Adams County deputy decided to go above and beyond for a toddler who was bit by a dog.
Freeze-Thaw Cycles Mean Painful Potholes Pop UpAs the weather warms up for a few days, crews with Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure are busy filling potholes around the city.
Colorado Hot Springs Educating Drivers Of Steep, Snowy RoadThis epic winter is especially showing the limitations of some Colorado roads, a narrow winding county road in particular.
'They Saved My Life': Rescue Team Uses Cellular Technology To Save ManA Golden man credits rescue crews using cell phone forensic technology for saving his life after he got lost during a snow storm on Mt. Evans.
DIA Paying Lawyer Nearly $1,000 Per Hour To Investigate Great Hall DebacleA CBS4 investigation has learned that Denver International Airport is paying one lawyer $900 per hour to look into the stalled Great Hall project.
Colorado House Approves Death Penalty Repeal, Bill Sent To Governor's DeskThe Colorado House of Representatives has voted to approve the proposed repeal of Colorado's death penalty. The measure will now go to Gov. Jared Polis' desk for his signature.
12 Year Old Awarded For Quick Thinking During Home IntrusionA 12-year-old boy in El Paso County is honored for his quick thinking during a frightening ordeal.
Masks Flying Off Colorado Shelves Amid Global Coronavirus EmergencyIn Asia and elsewhere, it is a common sight to see people wearing masks due to the coronavirus.
Denver Eateries Gear Up During Restaurant WeekAs Denver Restaurant Week gets underway thousands of dinners are enjoying multi-course meals at special prices.
Police: Shots Fired After Argument Over Dog Poop In Arapahoe CountyA man pulled out a gun and fired at a person he was having an argument with about picking up dog poop in Arapahoe County on Tuesday.
SUV In Deadly Thornton Hit & Run FoundThornton police say they found the suspect vehicle involved in a deadly hit and run on Feb. 22.
Keystone Mumps Cases Rise To 23 ConfirmedHealth Department officials in Summit County say a mumps outbreak at Keystone has grown. As of Wednesday, 20 people now have confirmed cases.
One Dead In Early Morning Shooting Involving Greeley PoliceOne person is dead after an officer-involved shooting in Greeley early Wednesday morning. It happened in the 100 block of 14th Avenue.
Army Recruits In Boulder Sworn In By Astronaut In SpaceIvan Benjamin is determined to make difference with his future.
Tesla Helps Solve Hit-And-Run Mystery In Olive Garden Parking LotA woman in Littleton says video captured by a Tesla helped to solve a hit-and-run accident that caused more than $2,000 worth of damage to her car.
Boy Arrested For Making Online Threats Against Two Cherry Creek SchoolsA young boy has been arrested in Aurora and charged with making threats against two Cherry Creek schools. The arrest happened on Tuesday.
Breckenridge Brewery Installs Enough Solar Panels To Power 20% Of Its Annual Energy ConsumptionBreckenridge Brewery is harnessing the sun in Colorado to help brew beer. The brewery in Littleton installed nearly 800 solar panels this week.
Deadly Shooting: $2,000 Reward Offered In Death Of Marquis JohnsonThere is a $2,000 reward for information on a shooting that left one dead and two others injured. Marquis Johnson was shot and killed last week at an apartment complex in the Denver Tech Center.
Half-Price Adoptions On Dogs 1 Year Or Older At Dumb Friends League Wednesday, ThursdayThe Dumb Friends League is offering half-off adoption fees for all dogs one year or older. The 50% off sale is good on Wednesday and Thursday.
Cardiovascular Disease Is The Leading Cause Of Death Among Women In ColoradoIn Colorado, cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death among women. In the United States, heart disease kills a woman every 76 seconds.
New Tracking System For Colorado Bear Encounters Shows Thousands Of InteractionsColorado Parks and Wildlife officials say a new tracking system for bear encounters shows thousands of interactions in 2019.
Denver Zoo Welcomes Baby One-Horned Rhino!The Denver Zoo announced Wednesday that their one-horned rhino, Tensing, gave birth to a healthy baby girl last weekend.
Kevin Eastman Charged In Murders Of Scott Sessions, Heather FrankFor the first time since the murders he is accused of committing, Kevin Eastman appeared in a Weld County Court to be advised of his charges. Eastman is accused of murdering both Scott Sessions and Heather Frank within a week of each other.
Denver Weather: We're Now Done With Snow For FebruaryPrior to this week, the Mile High City has not experienced more than two days in a row without snow this month. That streak will finally end for the final four days of February.
When The Sun Goes Down, The Clothes Come Off At Strawberry Park Hot SpringsIf you are a bit of an exhibitionist and can handle the exposed snowy shuffle from the snow-covered chairs down to the pool, this is the wintery night time soak for you.