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Motorcyclist Killed In 7-Vehicle Crash On I-25 WednesdayA deadly crash involving seven vehicles shut down northbound Interstate 25 at Arapahoe Road just after 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Denver Broncos Linebacker Von Miller: 'Our Anger Is Justified And We Will Not Be Silenced Or Pacified'Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller took to Twitter late Wednesday night with his thoughts on racism, police brutality and the current protests going on throughout the country.
Unemployment Numbers In Colorado Are Down This Week Compared To Last WeekColorado reporter over 18 thousand unemployment claims this week.
Former Governor John Hickenlooper Defied A Subpoena To Testify This Morning Before The State's Independent Ethics CommissionThe attorney general's office is going to court to compel him to show up.
Deadly Police Shooting: Family Of De'Von Bailey Sues Colorado Springs Police Departmenthe family of De’Von Bailey, filed a federal civil rights lawsuit in Denver Colorado Thursday.
Artists Have Turned Boarded Up Windows Into Works Of ArtAs many businesses downtown board up windows local artists have come out to paint the boards.
Protests Lead To Closure Of Downtown Denver Urgent Care CenterThe health center is boarded up in the midst of the protests.
Independence Pass In Colorado Opens For The Season ... A Little Bit LateMore than 60 vehicles lined up to drive Independence Pass for the first time this season. Katie Johnston reports.
Cleanest Air On Earth? Professor Sonia Kreidenweis And Colorado State University Team Say They've Found ItScientists believe they have identified the world's cleanest air, free from particles caused by human activity, located over the Southern Ocean, which surrounds Antarctica.
Body Found In Jackson CountyA cause of death has not been released.
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Protesters Sit Down On Lincoln Street In Front Of State Capitol BuildingCBS4's Jamie Leary covers the seventh night of protests in response to the death of George Floyd.
School Resource Officers To Be Topic Of Discussion Within Denver Public SchoolsThe death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer is prompting a bigger discussion about the presence of police in schools.
Denver Police Encounter In Safeway Parking Lot Under ScrutinyA Denver man is hoping his incident of being profiled by Denver police in May can cause change within the department.
Virtual Town Hall Hosted By Denver Police Answers Questions About ProtestsWednesday night’s virtual town hall with Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen started by honoring the memory of George Floyd.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Marches With Protesters DowntownDenver Mayor Michael Hancock joined protesters in downtown Denver on Wednesday evening as hundreds gathered first at the state Capitol and then moved on to the streets.
Some Graduates Seeing Job Offers Pulled Following PandemicCollege graduates would typically be moving into the next stage of their lives, but many still face uncertainty especially when trying to find a job.
Health Insurance Fee Bill Could Increase Premiums For Many EmployersThe Senate Finance Committee took up a bill that would generate millions of dollars to help subsidize healthcare for those who can't afford it.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Address Protesters In Greek AmphitheatreMichael Hancock, Denver's mayor, vowed for action to end police brutality against African-Americans.
Coronavirus Antibody Testing At UCHealth Boasts High Accuracy RateWith the approval of the Food and Drug Administration, Colorado medical provider UCHealth is boasting of its ability to test Coloradans for COVID-19 antibodies with a more than 98% accuracy rate.
Colorado Records More Than 1,250 Deaths Due To CoronavirusMore coronavirus testing is becoming readily available in Colorado.
History Colorado Wants To Talk With Protesters To Capture HistoryThe History Colorado museum sustained some damage and vandalism, but want to document this moment in Colorado history.
Denver Police Hosts Virtual Town HallThe Denver Police Department is hosting what is being called a virtual town hall meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday. It will be presented online in an effort to communicate with the people of Denver following a difficult period of unrest.

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