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Aurora City Council Votes To Ban No-Knock WarrantsThe measure passed with a 7-3 vote.
'Wild Animals Are Not Pets': Tynette Housley Fined $1,000, Admits To Raising Deer That Gored NeighborShe kept the deer in her Black Forest home, then in her garage and ultimately on her property before the attack on her neighbor that left her hospitalized.
Colorado Unemployment Rate Decreased Slightly In September Over August NumbersThe unemployment rate in September was at 6.4% which is slightly down from the 6.7% reported in August.
The First Group Of Direct Enlistees Into Space Force Took Their Oath TodaySpace Force has its first group of direct enlistees. A group in Denver as well as in Baltimore, Maryland took the enlistment oath today.
UCHealth Mental Health Experts Are Now In 30 Primary Care ClinicsAs part of a $100 million dollar investment into behavioral health services, 30 primary care clinics now have mental health experts in office.
Cold Case Solved: Anthony John Armbrust III Finally Identified After Being Found Dead In 1974The Park County Coroner’s Office and the DNA Doe Project announced the man found dead in a mountainous region outside of Grant, Colorado, in 1974 has been identified as Anthony John Armbrust III.
Colorado Department Of Health Releases Ski Season GuidelinesThe Colorado Department Of Public Health and Environment released its guidelines for the upcoming ski season amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Colorado Health Experts: Hospitalization Data Mirrors May NumbersThe number of coronavirus hospitalizations in Colorado reached a level not seen since May, health experts say. There are a total of 381 people hospitalized as of Monday night. Katie Johnston reports.
Digital TV Newscast 10-20-20CBS4 is covering Colorado first!
Mild, Dry, And BreezyWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Many Coloradans Don't Wait & Head To Polls For In-Person VotingIn-person voting started across Colorado on Monday. Karuna Srikureja was one of those who decided to cast her ballot in person in Denver.
'It's Not A Nuisance': HOA Orders Resident To Take Thin Blue Line Flag DownA Colorado police officer has flown his thin blue line flag proudly for seven years, but now his HOA says it is in violation of the neighborhood policies.
New 'Ice Fire' Burns In San Juan National ForestFirefighters rushed to a new wildfire -- this one burning in the San Juan National Forest.
Coloradans Try To Navigate Evacuations With Large LivestockHundreds of animals went to the Boulder County Fairgrounds on Saturday in response to the CalWood Fire.
Volunteer Firefighters Keep Damage At CalWood Fire From Being More DevastatingIf not for the quick response of dozens of volunteer firefighters Saturday night, damage from the CalWood Fire could be much worse.
Shelby Harris Demands Respect After Another Stand-Out PerformanceBroncos Defensive Lineman Shelby Harris joins us on A Few Extra Minutes after a victory over the Patriots in New England.
Broncos Players Meet With Colorado Cancer PatientsJust like many other events, this year's meet-and-greet happened virtually.
CU Students, Families Petition For Some Tuition ReimbursementHundreds of students and parents at the University of Colorado have signed a petition asking for at least some of their money back.
Matthew Dolloff Officially Charged In Deadly Shooting During ProtestsMatthew Dolloff, a security guard, was officially charged with second degree murder on Monday.
Many Worry About The Historic Masonville Mercantile As The Cameron Peak Fire Continues To BurnAs the Cameron Peak fire continues to burn many are worried about the historic Masonville Mercantile which has been a staple of the surrounding community for over 124 years.
Major Temperature Changes This WeekWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
The CalWood Fire Has Left Many Without A Home To Return ToDamage assessment teams have been able to identified 26 homes destroyed or damaged by the CalWood fire.
Some Cherry Creek School District Students Falling Behind During Hybrid Learning: 'It's Frustrating And Heartbreaking'Some parents and students in the Cherry Creek School District are frustrated with the district's hybrid model, saying kids are falling behind. While the superintendent says teachers have been given several support tools for hybrid lessons plans, some parents feel the school district should be doing more to help students and teachers.
Denver Elections Mobile Voting Center Celebrates The First Day Of Early Voting On The University Of Denver CampusDenver Elections is hoping to get out the vote with a mobile voting center. The voting center is on wheels so it can be moved from location to location with ease.

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