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Denver Police Department Takes Legal Action To Get Image PulledThe picture of Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen walking with protesters is being used by the Trump campaign.
State Lawmakers Consider Extending To-Go Alcohol SalesThe option was given to businesses during the stay-at-home order but may be extended.
Denver Police Officer Shares Perspective Of Downtown ProtestsCpl. Janessa Smith describes the protests from a police perspective.
Federal Judge Grants Temporary Restraining Order To Denver PoliceThe order prohibits police from using chemical weapons or projectiles.
Protests Spread To Others Cities In ColoradoOn Friday night, 500 protesters gathered for a rally in Greeley.
Hundreds Of Protesters Hit The Streets For 9th Night In DenverThe demonstrators want their voices and messages heard.
Old Town Hot Springs Reopens In SteamboatVisitors can book 1-hour time slots and capacity will be limited.
Geogetown Loop Railroad ReopensThere are more train cars to allow for social distancing.
Property Where Explosion Destroyed Apartments SoldThe developer hasn't submitted any plans for what will be built there.
Weekly Reality CheckCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd talks to Democrat & Republican analysts.
Executive Order Allows Colorado Restaurants To Serve Alcohol Within 1,000 FeetGov. Jared Polis signed an Executive Order suspending certain legal barriers to serving alcoholic beverages in temporary outdoor dining spaces.
Independent Ethics Commission Finds Former Gov. John Hickenlooper Violated Colorado's Constitutional Gift Ban- TwiceFormer Gov. John Hickenlooper violated Colorado's constitutional gift ban at least twice.
Colorado State University Tuition Will Stay The Same Next YearColorado State University announced on Friday that students will pay the same tuition as last year.
'Why Are You Shooting At Innocent People?' Driver Asks Denver Police Shooting Pepper BallsPolice stood on the corner near Civic Center Park along Colfax Avenue early last Saturday morning motioning the driver to move on.
There Is A Class Action Lawsuit Against The City Of Denver For Its Use Of Teargas And Pepper Spray On ProtestersA class action lawsuit has been filed for Denver police use of teargas, pepper spray, and foam projectiles on protesters.
Denver Curfew Order No Longer In EffectThe City of Denver is no longer under a curfew order, Mayor Michael Hancock allowed it to expire Friday morning.
Very Active Saturday WeatherWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Work Continues On Denver's Newest And Biggest Piece Of Street ArtLayers of color show the diverse population which is a sentiment that is very relevant right now.
Youth Sports Leagues Offering Credits, Partial RefundsRobert Salazar, 8, is wistful about not getting to play baseball this summer.
Fire Ignites On Patio Of City Grille, Cause UnknownA fire that broke out overnight at a restaurant near the state Capitol is being investigated.
Rep. Jason Crow Behind Civil Rights And Police Reform Bill On Capitol HillA civil rights and police reform bill by Congressman Jason Crow, a Democrat representing Colorado's 6th Congressional District, will take center stage at a hearing on racial profiling and police brutality at the nation’s Capitol next week.
Today Is Day 9 Of Protests In Downtown DenverIt has been over a week now since protesters started showing up in support of George Floyd in Denver.
DPS Board Members Discuss Getting Rid Of School Resource OfficersDenver Public Schools board members and other leaders are meeting Friday morning on the steps of West High School to discuss ending its contract with Denver police school resource officers (SROs).
Deer Attacks 5-Year-Old Boy In Colorado SpringsColorado Parks and Wildlife officers have euthanized a deer after it attacked a 5-year-old boy in Colorado Springs.

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