Justin Simmons spoke at a rally in Florida and Brandon Marshall shared his feelings about the protests.
Good Question: Are Masks Keeping Us From Getting Oxygen?CBS4's Alan Gionet put that question to the test at Red Rocks.
Denver Among Cities Experiencing Violent Crime IncreaseViolent crime in Denver is up substantially over last year at this time.
Colorado Bureau Of Investigation, FBI Return To Suzanne Morphew's HomeThe Salida mother has been missing for two months.
3 Aurora Police Officers Fired Over Elijah McClain Photo Scandal AppealThe police officers have appealed their termination over the photo mocking the chokehold Elijah was put in.
Protesters Descend On Greenwood Village After Police ResolutionThe city passed its own resolution after the police accountability bill was signed into law.
Clocktower Cabaret Reopens With Mask Mandate, Social Distancing In PlaceThe popular downtown Denver venue reopens its doors to a small audience.
Adventurist Backpack Co. Helps Feed Families Struggling With Food InsecurityFor every backpack sold, they provide 50 meals to families in need.
Tornado Spotted In JulesburgThe twister didn't cause any damage in the northeastern Colorado town.
'He's Stronger': Pro Golfer Bryson DeChambeau's Strength Coach Talks Big ChangeBryson DeChambeau is the talk of the PGA Tour. On Sunday, the 26-year-old not only won for the 6th time in his career but he averaged more than 350 yards per drive setting a PGA tournament record.
Could Crack 100 Degrees On FridayWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
'Ethnic Intimidation': Native American Flags Stolen From Veteran's Front Porch On July 4Northglenn man said he is the victim of ethnic intimidation. His house was targeted on July 4th and some symbols of his culture were stolen.
Explosion Mystery Has Nederland Neighbors On Edge As Detonations ContinueExplosions coming from a remote home in the mountain town of Nederland have caused windows and homes to rattle for nearly a week now.
Health Officials Say Contact Tracing More Important Than EverHealth officials say contact tracing has become more important than ever as more people return to work and are going out in public.
Douglas County Issued Written Notice Of Intent To Withdraw From Tri-County Health DepartmentThe Board of Douglas County Commissioners today directed the County Attorney to issue a formal statement to the Tri-County Health Department (TCHD), activating the opt-out clause in the public health agency’s forthcoming mask mandate order, as well as written notice of intent to withdraw from TCDH.
Rescuers In Boulder Had To Get Creative While Rescuing A Duckling From A DrainRescuers in Boulder used an audio recording of a duck to lure a duckling from a drain in order to rescue it.
Mammograms Are Down During Coronavirus Pandemic, Doctors Urge Routine Cancer ScreeningsData from electronic medical records company Epic indicates that routine cancer screenings, including mammograms, plummeted by up to 94% in March when Americans were urged to delay them because of the coronavirus.
The Forest Service Has Approved Loveland Ski Area Request To Offer Snowcat ToursThe forest service has approved a request from Loveland ski area to offer snowcat tours in the backcountry.
CDOT Is Launching A Safer Main Street Initative Which Will Provide $47 Million For Projects In The Denver Metro RegionCDOT is launching a new initiative to try and make streets safer for pedestrians and cyclists.
Man Shoots Bear That Was Chasing His Dog Near NederlandA man shot a bear near a campground in Gordon Gulch, which is outside Nederland. It happened Thursday at about 6:45 a.m.
Bandimere Speedway Waits For Judge's Decision As Temporary Restraining Order Remains In PlaceA temporary restraining order will remain in effect, limiting crowds at Bandimere Speedway to 175 people per activity area, the judge ruled Thursday.
'Wear A Damn Mask': Gov. Jared Polis Urges Face Masks To Prevent Spread Of CoronavirusGov. Jared Polis says Colorado is doing much better than many other states in controlling COVID-19, but we’re starting to slip.
New COVID-19 Vaccine Trial In Colorado: UCHealth Recruiting 1,000 PatientsUCHealth and the CU School of Medicine are looking to recruit 1,000 people in Colorado for a study testing a promising COVID-19 vaccine.
Greenwood Village Defends Resolution To Protect Officers From Civil LiabilityGreenwood Village is defending a new city resolution to protect its police officers from civil liability.
Aurora Mental Health Center Has A Support Line To Help With Stress, Anxiety, Or DepressionAurora Mental Health Center has a support line for anyone looking for someone to talk to about stress, anxiety, or depression.