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Shooting On Pecos Street In Adams County Under InvestigationA suspect is in custody after a construction employee was shot north of Denver in Adams County on Monday morning.
DPS Is Putting $5million Towards HVAC Improvements To Help Air Flow And Filtration In The ClassroomDenver Public Schools will welcome students back to the classroom for in-person learning in about a month, but concerns remain about how to protect kids and staff during the pandemic.
Evacuations Ordered As Wildfire Burns Near EvergreenA wildfire sparked near Evergreen Monday afternoon. Firefighters say the Elephant Butte Fire burning on Upper Bear Creek Road west of the Evergreen Golf Course.
CBS4 Archive Video: John Mosley And Family Talk About Their Military ServiceJohn Mosley was a Tuskegee Airman during World War II, who also helped draft the policies to racially integrate the new U.S. Air Force.
Colorado Doctor Shares Perspective On Plans For Reopening SchoolsSee what Dr. Dave Hnida says about the return of in-person learning.
Lawsuit Against Trump Administration Over Visa Rules For College StudentsColorado Attorney General Phil Weiser joined more than a dozen other states in a lawsuit against the Trump administration.
Daniel Ramos, Would-Be Robber, Passes Out From Blood Loss After Punching WindowA would-be robber's plan to break into a home landed him in the hospital instead.
Robert Patton Sentenced To 10 Years In Prison For Breaking Officer's Nose, Other CrimesA judge sentenced a man from Frisco for assaulting two police officers in November of 2019. Police were originally called to Robert Patton's home because he had assaulted his roommate.
A Long Wait Ahead For 'Hamilton' Fans In Denver: 2020 Shows Rescheduled For 2022'Hamilton' is not throwing away its shot at Denver, but it will have to wait a little while. The Denver Center for the Performing Arts has announced that the hit performance will not run until 2022. 
Gov. Polis Disputes Study Claiming Colorado Is No. 2 For COVID-19 RestrictionsA recent study by WalletHub ranked Colorado No. 2 in the nation on its list of states with the most coronavirus restrictions. But Gov. Jared Polis disputes the scoring. Katie Johnston reports.
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