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Digital TV Newscast 5-29-2020CBS4 is covering Colorado first.
Damage Left Behind At Colorado Capitol After Protest Which Turned ViolentShots were fired at the Colorado State Capitol in Denver on Thursday night during a protest which got violent.
Very Warm With Scattered Afternoon StormsMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.
DCPA Cancels 2020-2021 SeasonThey hope to return in Spring 2021.
Blood Thinners Could Help Coronavirus PatientsDoctors are investigating whether it could help severely ill COVID-19 patients.
Denver Public Schools Announces Plan For Return To ClassThat includes face masks and a limit of 10-16 people per classroom.
Small Businesses In Colorado Thankful To PPP Flexibility ChangesThe House bill extends the time the PPP money can be used and when it needs to be paid back.
Denver Police Dress In Riot Gear To Get Crowds Under ControlOfficers in riot gear used pepper balls and flash-bangs to keep the protesters under control.
Police Accountability Protests Turn Violent In Downtown DenverHundreds of protesters gathered at the state Capitol and marched through downtown in a sometimes violent protest.
Police Investigate Shots Fired At Police Protest At State CapitolThe rally began as a peaceful protest against police brutality.
Debate Continues Over COVID-19 Antibody TestsThe CDC claims the antibody test is wrong half the time but a local hospital claims theirs is high quality.
6th Grader At Carmody Middle School Makes Commercial About BaseballMatt Hegerle’s biggest passion in life is playing baseball.
CU Athletic Director Rick George Optimistic About SeasonVoluntary workouts begin next month on the CU Boulder campus.
16-Year-Old Joe Juarez-Brambila Charged With MurderThe teen is accused of stabbing 55-year-old Roman Perez to death.
Breckenridge To Close Main Street To Cars For Expanded PatiosThe closure will include two blocks of Main Street for the next two months.
Colorado Companies Embrace Work From Home ProcessDenver-based Dizzion is expanding their data centers as more people continue to work from home.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo To Reopen In Phases Starting MondayThe zoo asked for a variance that was filed by El Paso County.
ACLU Files Lawsuit Against Gov. Jared Polis Over Inmate Early ReleasesSome of those released have committed crimes within days of leaving prison.
Arapahoe County Deputies Shoot, Kill SuspectThe shooting happened at the Days Inn near Dry Creek and I-25.
Protesters At State Capitol Block TrafficDenver police responded to shots fire during the rally.
Aurora Police Search For Suspect In Landon Monceaux Shooting DeathThe 22-year-old was shot and killed in a hotel parking lot on May 18.
Future Leader Winner Using Technology To Solve The Problems He SeesThe Future Leader winner for May is Andrew Woen, a rising senior at Peak to Peak Charter School.
Lakeside Amusement Park Is Waiting For The State To Tell Them If And When They Can ReopenLakeside Amusement Park is still closed as they wait to find out if they will be allowed to open for the summer.
An Effort Is Under Way To Try And Save An Almost 100 Year Old Condo Complex From DemolitionThe owners of the building want to sell but some neighbors are not happy about the future plan for the building and land.