CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida answers the most asked coronavirus questions.
Once The Broadmoor Pikes Peak Cog Railway Reopens It Will Have A New Snow BlowerThe snow blower is being built in Switzerland and will be able to clear the tracks no problem.
DIA Is Reporting An Increase In Passengers Despite A Plea For People To Not Travel For ThanksgivingAs people get ready to travel for the Thanksgiving holiday more airport employees are getting tested for Covid-19 and soon a public testing site could be a new fixture inside Denver International Airport.
Snow Ends, Temperatures Will Plunge TonightWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
As Larimer County Is The Latest To Move To Level Red Some Restaurants Feel TargetedSome small business feel they are being held to different and stricter standards than big box stores.
This Mornings Snow Storm Brought Much Needed Moisture To The Denver Metro AreaThis mornings heavy snow has brought much needed moisture to the state.
Breckenridge Brewery To Deliver Christmas Ale By ReindeerTen lucky winners will get their ale delivered by real reindeer this year.
The Track Chair Program At Staunton State Park Is Closed For The SeasonThe chair program allows people to rent off road mobility chairs to use in the park for free, the program will be back next summer.
Dog, 2 Cats Rescued From Burning HomeThe pets were rescued by West Metro Fire Rescue after a kitchen fire.
A New Program At DIA Allows Passengers To Video Chat With AgentsA new program allows passengers to live chat with DIA agents allowing for social distancing.
Colorado State Patrol Reminds Drivers And Passengers To Always Wear A SeatbeltA recent roll over crash is a reminder that everyone should always wear a seatbelt while traveling in a car.
Colorado Parks And Wildlife Searching For Poachers After 7 Elk KilledThe elk were shot and left for waste in Moffat County.
DPD Thanks Drivers For Being Patient During This Mornings Sloppy CommuteThe Denver Police Department is thanking drivers for there patience during this mornings sloppy commute.
1 Dead After Double Shooting In Seibert, Israel Anderson ArrestedIsrael Anderson, a Longmont man, was arrested after a deadly shooting on Colorado's Eastern Plains. The shooting happened on Saturday in the town of Seibert -- that's 33 miles west of Burlington.
E470 Wants Your Feedback About How Your Commute Has ChangedWant to drive E470 for free? Drivers can win $100 toll credit for filling out a survey.
Denver Health Workers Voice Frustrations During City Council MeetingThey voiced concerns over worker intimidation, pay and staffing and hope the city will take action to protect them during this time.
Denver City Council Approves $1,000 Fines for Illegal Airbnb or VRBO TransactionsThe $1,000 fine goes into effect next year.
CSU Rams And Air Force Falcons Set To Play Thanksgiving DayThe football game is still a go for Thanksgiving day.
Vail Town Manager Signs Order Limiting Private Gatherings, Indoor DiningThe surge in coronavirus cases has prompted Vail's town manager to sign an executive order limiting gatherings to a single household.
Rider Dies After Bus Travels From El Paso To Denver, Officials Concerned About Possible COVID ExposureAuthorities are trying to track down passengers who were exposed to COVID-19 while riding on a bus to Colorado from Texas.
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Snow Ends This MorningWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Old Unemployment Tech 'Caused Hardship For Hundreds Of Thousands Of Coloradans' In 2020Internal emails obtained by CBS4 Investigates illuminate one major reason why the Colorado Department of Labor struggled in its pandemic response: technology from the 1980s.
Colorado Educators & Governor Polis To Meet On Fight For In-Person LearningGov. Jared Polis is set to meet with a group of education executives from around the state who are frustrated with how things are going.
Colorado Nurses Invoke Public's Help Bring Hospitalizations DownColorado healthcare workers are pleading with people to wear a mask and distance to limit the spread of the virus.