Denver Zoo Launches 'ZOOtrition' Campaign To Help Feed Animals During COVID PandemicStaff at the Denver Zoo spends each morning preparing food for more than 3,000 animals living on the grounds.
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 Rescinds Order To Close 5 Douglas County RestaurantsThe Tri-County Health Department rescinded its order on Wednesday to close five Douglas County restaurants.
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.
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.
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.
Summit County Ski Areas To Further Reduce Capacity Amid Level Red Designation On COVID DialSki areas in Summit County are moving forward with plans to further reduce capacity on the mountain, with new limits set to take effect Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiving.
Tri-County Health Department Orders 5 Douglas County Restaurants To Close For COVID ViolationsHealth officials said the restaurants violated the current public health order, which prohibits indoor dining.
Colorado Remains Vacation Destination Despite Restrictions: 'We Were Coming No Matter What'Following the closure of indoor dining, Summit County officials continue to discuss further capacity restrictions at its four ski resorts.
COVID In Colorado: Dozens Of Loveland Businesses Make Pact To Stay Open Despite Level Red RestrictionsMore than 65 Loveland-based companies have signed a pact to stay open for business as Larimer County moves to Level Red restrictions.
'Broncos Business Boost' Gives Fans Chance To Help Local Businesses During COVIDThe Denver Broncos are doing their part to help local businesses struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.
Snowmass & Aspen Mountain Open For The Season WednesdaySnowmass and Aspen Mountain will open for the season on Wednesday with new protocols in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
State Commission Finalizes Sweeping New Oil And Gas RulesThe Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission approved the sweeping changes that include new setbacks from homes, schools, wildlife habitats and waterways.
1980s Unemployment Tech 'Caused Hardship For Hundreds Of Thousands Of Coloradans' In 2020Internal emails obtained by CBS4 Investigates illuminate one major reason why the Colorado Department of Labor struggled in its pandemic response: technology from the 1980s.
DIA's Great Hall Project Staying On Track, On BudgetThe Great Hall project at Denver International Airport is on track and on budget, according to DIA's CEO. The airport provided an update on the construction project that is ready to enter its next phase.