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Human Milk Bank Supply Running LowAcross the United States, the supply at human milk banks is running low and there is a dire need for donations. Makenzie O’Keefe talked to the director of the Colorado-based Mothers’ Milk Bank.
Girl Scout Cookie Season Begins On Feb. 6 In ColoradoIt’s almost Girl Scout Cookie Season! Sales kick off Sunday, February 6th. Karen Leigh talked with a Longmont Girl Scout about what cookies are available this year.
Eagle County Wildfire In December Being Investigated As SuspiciousEagle County Sheriff's Office announced Tuesday a wildland fire near Minturn in December 2021 is now being investigated as intentionally started.
Ethics Office Says Colorado Congressman Doug Lamborn May Have Broken LawA congressional ethics watchdog has concluded that U.S. Reps. Marie Newman of Illinois and Doug Lamborn of Colorado may have violated federal law, prompting reviews from the House Ethics Committee.
Two Killed, 1-Year-Old Injured When Car Hits Slow-Moving SemiTwo people were killed and a 1-year-old child badly injured when their car plowed into the back of a slow-moving tractor trailer on a Colorado highway.
Colorado Parks And Wildlife Collars Elk On Western SlopeColorado Parks And Wildlife collared elk on the Western Slope to track the population.
Michael Ninomiya Appears In Court, Charged With Attempted Murder Of 5-Year-Old SonMichael Ninomiya appeared in court on Tuesday, on charges of attempted murder of his 5-year-old son.
Snow Ends, Temperatures Plunge TonightWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Winter Storm Makes For Difficult Commute Across The Denver Metro AreaA winter storm made its way across Colorado on Tuesday, making for some difficult travel conditions.
Snow Causes RTD Delays, Traffic DifficultiesThe winter storm caused some travel disruptions on Tuesday.
First Alert Weather Tracker Follows Snow Band Across Denver Metro AreaThe First Alert Weather Tracker follows the snow band across the Denver metro area.
First Alert Weather Day With Snow In LakewoodTuesday morning's commute was a tough one for drivers around the Denver metro area.
First Alert Mobile Weather Tracker Travels To ThorntonFirst Alert Mobile Weather Tracker is out in the thick of it as the snow continues to fall.
Group Helps Out Driver Who Got Stuck On I-70Road conditions on Tuesday morning are slick in many areas. CBS4 captured images of a small group of people pushing a car on the side of Interstate 70 that got stuck in heavy snow in Jefferson County.
Today's Snow Arrives, Already Tracking The Next StormWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Colorado Parents Plan To Use School Choice To Desegregate DistrictsIt’s the time of year when families make one of the most important decisions in their children’s lives: what school they’ll attend in the fall?
Coloradans Met With Sticker Shock, Question High Natural Gas BillsColoradans have reported a significant increase in due payments when it comes to their electricity, propane and natural gas.
King Soopers Union Members Ratify 3-Year Contract That Would End StrikeMembers of the UFCW Local 7, the union representing King Soopers workers, voted Monday on a contract that would end the strike.
Neighbors Rush To Help Each Other During Deadly Aurora Apartment FireNew video shows neighbors at an Aurora apartment complex helping each other escape a massive blaze.
Adams County Firefighters Describe Battling The Marshall FireFirefighters with Adams County Fire Rescue are describing what their experience was like on the front lines of last month's Marshall Fire.
Colorado Wildlife Experts Reviewing Tactics Following Wolf AttacksDon Gittleson, a Colorado rancher, says two cattle in two days two too many.
Elbert County Clerk Subpoenaed Following Possible Election Security BreachA second Colorado county is under the scrutiny of the Secretary of State's office regarding a possible security breach involving election equipment.
Denver City Council To Vote On $500,000 Settlement For Black Lives Matter Protest InjuryThe Denver City Council will vote on a half-a-million settlement for a man who was injured during the Black Lives Matter protests in 2020.
New Video Raises Concerns About Traffic Stop Of Commerce City Police ChiefDashcam video from a Utah Highway Patrol car of a speeding stop of Commerce City Police Chief Clint Nichols in 2020 is raising questions about Nichols' account of what exactly happened.

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