A statue people knocked over during the racial injustice protests at the Colorado State Capitol has a new home. The statue is of a Union soldier from the Civil War, but protesters objected to it because of the military's role in the Sand Creek Massacre.
Colorado Man Who Sent Anonymous Letters, Pictures To School Board Members Faces No Chargeshe Jefferson County District Attorney does not plan to file criminal charges against an Arvada man who wrote anonymous letters to Jefferson County school board members.
Hospitality & Tourism Sector Expected To Rebound Slower Than OthersIn 2022, economists predict Colorado will have more employees than before the COVID-19 pandemic began, but some sectors of business will take years to fully recover.
Unemployment Benefits Audit Unveils Serious Problems In ColoradoA state audit report states the labor department saw a more than 1,000% increase in people submitting claims at the beginning of the pandemic compared to the year before.
Denver City Council Approves Ban On Flavored TobaccoThe Denver City Council met Monday evening for a final vote on a new initiative that would ban flavored tobacco and vape juices.
Frisco Waiting For A Good Dumping Of SnowIt was quiet at the Frisco Lodge in downtown Frisco Monday night. Christmas decorations were up, but there were only a few visitors.
Colorado Economy Outlook Looking Somewhat OptimisticThe overall health of the economy has some hurdles to jump before it makes a full recovery.
State Audit Finds Severe Problems In Unemployment Claims & PaymentsA new audit shows Colorado lawmakers how bad the problems are surrounding unemployment claims and payments.
Colorado Economy Outlook Looking Somewhat OptimisticLess than a month away until the new year, and the Colorado economy is looking for a fresh start.
CPW Begins Wildlife Surveys From Low-Altitude HelicopterOn Dec. 6, Colorado Parks and Wildlife started low-altitude helicopter flights to count deer and elk.
Cody Teets Named Interim President At Regis UniversityRegis University has found an interim president. Cody Teets is a board of trustee alumna and trustee.
Aurora Cop Julie Stahnke Arrested For Assault, Placed On LeaveAn Aurora police officer has been placed on paid administrative leave after Denver Police arrested her for assault in an alleged domestic violence case.
Colorado Researchers Focus On Detecting, Tracking Omicron VariantLast week, researchers at the Colorado Department of Public Health Laboratory Building discovered the first case of the Omicron variant tied to an Arapahoe County woman.
State Trooper Shoots At Suspect On I-25, Woman Arrested After Pointing Gun At OfficerA woman wanted in a hit-and-run incident involving police in Castle Rock was arrested along Interstate 25 on Monday morning after a Colorado State Patrol officer fired a weapon when the suspect pointed a gun at the trooper.
Winter Weather Finally Arrives With Snow!Watch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Governor Polis Attended The Ribbon Cutting Of A New Runaway Truck Ramp Along I-70 Near VailThe new runaway truck ramp is at mile marker 182 before Vail.
Former Police Officer Offered Plea Deal For Using Stun Gun On 75 Year Old ManThe family of 75 year old Michael Clark say it is a slap on the wrist for the former officer.
COVID In Colorado: Health Expert In Denver Cautiously Watching Omicron ImpactTwo cases of the omicron variant have already been confirmed in Colorado.
Kirkland Museum Explores Aesthetic MovementKirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art has a lot to celebrate. The Museum had to close in 2020 due to COVID. But then in 2021, it had to close again after a pipe burst and caused extensive damage.
Denver City Council Plans Final Vote On Flavored Tobacco BanThe Denver City Council will meet Monday evening for a final vote on a new initiative that would ban flavored tobacco and vape juices.
Monday December 6th CBSN Denver Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer breaks down a massive slate of games as the Avs visit the Flyers and the Nuggets visit the Bulls, plus he gives you his best bet for tonight's Monday Night Football game between the Patriots and Bills.
Coloradan Nichole Ayers Chosen For NASA's New Astronaut Candidate ClassNASA has selected a 32-year-old woman who calls Colorado home as one of 10 new astronauts as it looks ahead to the moon and Mars. Katie Johnston reports.
Weather visit: West Jefferson ElementaryMeteorologist Dave Aguilera visits West Jefferson Elementary in Conifer
Coors Field Cat Is Cancer Free!One of the cats that lives at Coors field recently went to the vet where it was spayed, vaccinated, and had a tumor removed.
Free Dental Care Will Be Offered By Comfort Dental On December 23rdPatients will be served at participating locations on a first-come first-served bases.