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Colorado Woman Shares Artwork To Spread Support & MessageCBS4's Jeff Todd interviewed a woman at Tuesday night's peaceful protest who created a piece of artwork for the cause.
Colorado Man Describes Protest Injury & Differences Seen During Weekday ProtestsCBS4's Dominic Garcia interviews a man who shows his injury from a "slug" during a violent protest.
State Republicans Take Up Debate On Lawmaker SalariesCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd has been following the debate closely.
Colorado Springs Police Join Emotional Peaceful ProtestIn Colorado Springs, police sat with protesters and even put their hands up in the air.
Castle Rock Police Chief Joins Peaceful RallyDozens of people gathered for a Justice for George Floyd rally in Castle Rock on Tuesday.
CoBank Colorado Women’s Open Has No Clear Favorite This YearThis week’s CoBank Colorado Women’s Open will not be a two women race. Three other LPGA players along with an Olympian and several of the top Symetra tour players make up the best field this tournament has ever had.
Colorado Pro Sports Teams Issue Statements On George Floyd ProtestsDenver’s four major sports organizations have issues statement on the George Floyd protests.
Isolation Due To Coronavirus Pandemic Leaves Some Colorado Seniors Feeling 'Lonely-Sad'Local health experts and long-term senior care providers are calling on Gov. Jared Polis to allow residents in senior living centers to regain some sense of social normalcy.
Downtown Denver Partnership Hosts Clean Ups On Wednesday, FridayThe Downtown Denver Partnership is asking for volunteers to help clean up the damage after days of protests. The group says it is also a way to spread a message of love and hope during these tough times.
State Lawmakers Propose Police Accountability BillOne state representative introduced a bill to make sure police in Colorado are held accountable for any future actions.
Hundreds Of Protesters Gather For 6th DayHundreds of protesters marched through parts of downtown and lower downtown Denver on Tuesday evening.
Cowboy with Cancer Loses His Leg But Gets Back With His ‘Soul Mate’A year ago, a cowboy from Canon City lost his right leg to bone cancer.
Mountain Lion Found Sleeping Under Car In Longmont GarageA Longmont resident got a shock late in the day on Monday when they spotted a mountain lion underneath their car.
Accuracy Test Was Done Today For Upcoming Primary Election On June 30thElections officials were checking today to make sure everything is working and ready for our primary election on June 30th.
Help Clean Up Downtown Denver On Wednesday, FridayThe Downtown Denver Partnership is asking for volunteers to help clean up the damage after days of protests.
Denver Police Officer Fired Following Controversial Instagram PostThe Denver Police Department tells CBS4 an officer at the center of a controversial picture on Instagram has been fired.
Blackout Tuesday Is An Effort To Pause And Focus On Community BuildingThe hope of today's social media movement of #BalckOutTuesday is to have people observe, mourn and bring about policy change.
More Heat Heading Our WayWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Gov. Jared Polis Praises Peaceful Protesters: 'I See You, I Hear You'Gov. Jared Polis addressed the unrest which has gripped downtown Denver since May 28.
Denver Police Chief's March Criticized Amid Violent DemonstrationsOnce again, protesters were on the move on Tuesday, but the question was, would a calmer mood prevail?
History Colorado Turning Vandalism Into History SnapshotThe History Colorado has seen significant damage to its building following violent riots the last several nights in Denver.
Denver Police Officer Reassigned Following Controversial Instagram PostThe Denver Police Department tells CBS4 an officer at the center of a controversial picture on Instagram has been reassigned.
The City And County Of Denver Is Expanding Access To Free Coronavirus TestingDenver will begin expanding it's access to free coronavirus testing as more people start heading out in public.
800 AmeriCorps Members To Help With Contact TracingThey will help determine who has been exposed to coronavirus and reduce the time between exposure and testing.

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