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Mass Vaccination Sites In Colorado Now Open To Walk-UpsColorado is making it easier to get vaccinated as it moves to eliminate pre-registration at some of its biggest vaccination sites.
University Of Denver Requires COVID Vaccine For All Undergraduate, Graduate Students On CampusThe University of Denver is requiring that all undergraduate and graduate students get the COVID-19 vaccine before returning to campus for the fall term.
Black Denver Activist Cautiously Optimistic Following Chauvin VerdictsCommunity activist Brother Jeff says former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin's guilty verdict in the murder of George Floyd is progress.
Colorado State Lawmakers Glad For Chauvin's Verdict, But Says Work Is Not FinishedColorado lawmaker Leslie Herod said "until this country sees Black people as people who deserve to live, there will not be justice in this country and the work will not be done."
Coloradans Join In Emotional Day As Derek Chauvin Found Guilty In George Floyd's MurderApril 20, 2021 was an emotional day for Americans of all colors and ages.
National Park Service Hosting Public Meetings On Amache Incarceration SiteA Japanese-American incarceration site in southeastern Colorado could soon become a national park.
'The Correct Verdict': Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Reacts To Guilty Verdict For Derek Chauvin In George Floyd's MurderDenver Mayor Michael Hancock has released a statement regarding the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial for the murder of George Floyd.
Denver City Council Consider Requiring Landlords To Be LicensedShould a landlord need a license to rent out property? That's the question Denver City Council is set to discuss at a virtual meeting on Thursday.
Lawmakers Consider Historic Investment In Kids' Mental HealthOne of the most ambitious mental health bills in state history is making its way through the legislature.
Community & Faith Leaders Push For Conversations & Healing Following Chauvin TrialSome of Denver’s faith and community leaders are preparing to provide ways for people to share their thoughts and emotions following the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.  
Levitt Pavilion To Host Free Concerts Again This Summer: 'Healing Power Of Music'Levitt Pavilion officials announced they will host 10 free concerts starting in May.
Denver Marijuana Business Evolves With Approval Of Smoking Lounges, Public Use Of Pot On Special BusesOn Monday night, the Denver City Council approved the creation of smoking lounges and public use of pot on special buses.
COVID Vaccine Walk-Up Clinic At Stanley Marketplace Hopes To Reach Underserved CommunitiesPeople were able to walk up and get their COVID-19 vaccine at a pop-up clinic at the Stanley Marketplace in Aurora on Tuesday.
COVID In Colorado: 'Breakthrough Cases' Reported Among Vaccinated Coloradans Colorado health officials say they studied what they call breakthrough cases who are Coloradans who got the coronavirus after getting vaccinated.
Ski Resort Accident Reporting Bill FailsA bill aimed at making data from ski resorts more available failed to gain traction this session, but will likely be back next legislative session. The Ski Area Safety Plans and Accident Reporting Bill, or SB21-184, failed to pass its first committee hearing.
Another Quick Round Of Snow For ColoradoWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
U.S Study of Novavax COVID Vaccine Continues With Two More Shots for VolunteersStudy of a promising COVID vaccine by Novavax is continuing in the U.S. and Mexico.
COVID Vaccine: No Appointments Needed At 3 Mass Vaccination Sites In ColoradoThose wanting a COVID-19 vaccine don't have to spend hours online searching for an available appointment. Gov. Jared Polis announced Tuesday that three of Colorado's mass vaccination sites will allow walk-ins or drive-ups without an appointment.
No Injuries After Home Under Renovation Partially CollapsesFirefighters rushed to a partial building collapse in Denver on Tuesday. Crews with the Denver Fire Department arrived at 2735 Curtis Street to find that a home under renovation had partially collapsed.
Denver Police Cheif Paul Pazen Reacts To Guilty Verdict For Derek Chauvin In George Floyd's MurderDenver Police Chief Paul Pazen released this statement in regards to the verdict, "I respect the judicial process and hope this verdict allows our community and nation to begin to heal."
Tuesday April 20th CBSN Denver Sports LineMichael Spencer breaks down tonight's Rockies-Astros game and gives you his best bet for the evening.
A Live Nest Webcam Has Been Set Up To Watch Cranes In Steamboat SpringsA webcam has been set up to watch as two cranes wait for their egg to hatch.
School Janitor Among 10 Men Arrested In Aurora Child Solicitation BustAgencies which make up the Colorado Cyber Guardian Task Force arrested 10 people they say tried to arrange sexual encounters with a minor. The arrests happened during a two-day operation in Aurora.
Shooting Suspect Shot & Killed By Lakewood Police SergeantLakewood police shot and killed a man early Tuesday morning who they believe shot another male and then ran away.

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