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The Children's Museum Started A Phased Reopening TodayThe Children's Museum is offering three 90 minute play sessions per day, reservations are required.
Colorado Saw A Slight Up Tick In The Number Of Unemployment Claims Last WeekUnemployment claims are slightly up last week compared to the week before.
Union Representing JBS Employees Files Complaints Against Greeley PlantThe union that represents JBS employees in Greeley has filed two complaints against the company alleging direct dealings with employees and workplace safety violations.
Study: Average Coloradan Would Pay $282/Month To Keep Working From HomeWould you be willing to take a pay cut in order to keep working from home forever? According to a new study, the average Coloradan would sacrifice $282 a month of their salaries to keep working from home. Katie Johnston reports.
Fire Engulfs Car In Colorado SpringsThe car caught fire near the Broadmoor neighborhood.
1 Person Taken To Hospital In Apartment Complex Fire North Of DenverThe fire broke out just before midnight on Thursday,
Drones Continually Interfering With Wildfire Fighting Operations Across The CountryOffenders could face jail time.
The 90s Return!Watch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
New Mural Goes Up In LakewoodThe now-iconic hearts are the work of local artist Koko Bayer.
After Dire Budget Warnings, State Agencies Handed Out Double Digit RaisesA CBS4 investigation learned an array of state agencies handed out generous pay raises and hired six-figure workers weeks after state budget analysts issued dire warnings about a dramatic downturn.
'Pay Whatever You Have': Globeville Farmers Market Opens Doors To ResourcesA farmers market in Globeville is hoping to grow using a unique concept of allowing patrons to pay as they can.
Summit County Enacts New CurfewBars and restaurants in Summit County will have to close nightly at 11 p.m.
Douglas County Uses Study To Strengthen Decision Against Mask MandateDouglas County Commissioners were firm during a town hall Wednesday night.
King Soopers Customers Required To Wear Masks Starting Next WednesdayKing Soopers has about 20 locations in the Denver metro area.
At-Risk Grandparents Especially Worried About Back-To-School PlansBeing a grandparent has been hard, but the coronavirus has made things a lot harder.
Take Care Of Yourself During Coronavirus With The Aurora Mental Health CenterThe COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives every day, and can be taking a toll on our mental health.
Colorado Teachers Call On Community To Help Keep Children SafeWhen kids are in school, there's a myriad of mandatory reporters keeping an eye on them.
Letter To Governor's Office Addresses Capitol Building GraffitiSen. Jerry Sonnenberg fired off a letter to Gov. Jared Polis asking what's the hold up to removing the graffiti to the State Capitol building.
Colorado Education Leaders Pushing Congress For FundingEducation leaders are asking the U.S. Senate funding in the next COVID-19 stimulus bill
Return To Heat On ThursdayWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Denver Broncos Announce Limited Seating, Break Down Options For Season Ticket Holders During 2020 SeasonThe Denver Broncos notified fans Wednesday that Empower Field at Mile High will not be able host all Season Ticket Members in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The team website outlined the options for season ticket holders for the upcoming season.
'We Are Planning For All Sports': CHSAA Commissioner Optimistic For High School Sports And Activities This FallOrganizers in charge of high school sports and athletics are feeling optimistic about the start of the new school year, preparing for full, traditional sports seasons to take place.
Brighton, Bennett & Castle Rock To Opt Out Of Face Mask MandateBrighton, Bennett and Castle Rock have joined Douglas County in expressing their intentions to opt out of the mask order the Tri-County Health Department plans to activate on July 24. Leaders from each municipality issued statements in recent days.
Reopening Colorado: Denver 'Hitting Pause' On Easing Coronavirus RestrictionsDenver Mayor Michael Hancock announced Wednesday that the City is "hitting the pause button" on easing restrictions related to the coronavirus because of an increase in the number of cases.