Recent efforts to curb the rise of COVID-19 cases in Summit county haven't worked.
COVID In Colorado: CDC Investigating Outbreak Of Delta Variant In Mesa CountyThe Delta variant was originally identified in India and now it's moving across our state, accounting for three quarters of new cases. A team from the CDC is now in Mesa County.
Certified Pistol Instructor Has Advice For Good Samaritans Who Respond To Active SituationsSteve Hartel, who has been a certified pistol instructor for 30 years, admits that his classes do not prepare his students for the situation Johnny Hurley rushed into on Monday in Olde Town Arvada. But he does have advice for other good Samaritans who decide to take action.
Digital TV Newscast 6-25-21CBS4 is covering Colorado first!
Cooler With Widespread Showers, StormsMeteorologist Chris Spears has your weekend forecast.
Colorado Woman Cassondra Stratton Missing After Miami Condo CollapseA Colorado woman is believed to be among those missing after a 12-story residential building in Surfside, Florida, collapsed.
Water Quality Control Commission Votes Down Proposal To Allow More Pollution In Colorado WaterwaysThe Colorado Water Quality Control Commission has voted down a proposal that would have allowed more pollution in the state's rivers and streams.
Aurora Targeted For Low COVID Vaccine NumbersThe City of Aurora only reports a 48% vaccination rate for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Community Gathers To Remember Victims, Heal Together After Olde Town Arvada ShootingThe square in the middle of Olde Town Arvada was intended as a park and for events, but never as a memorial site.
Dairy Block Celebrates PrideThe Dairy Block in Denver's Ballpark Neighborhood is celebrating Pride month.
Coordinated Western Wear A Sight To See At Cheyenne Frontier DaysCheck out the coordinated western wear by the top brass at Cheyenne Frontier Days.
There Could Be Changes For Massage Businesses In DenverThe Denver City Council is considering making changes that would require all massage parlors and spas to be licensed.
Denver Sheriff Department Defends Meal Contract With Aramark Amid Inmate Complaints Of ‘Rotten Food’The Denver Sheriff Department is defending its meal contract with Aramark.
Firefighters Praise Dump Truck Driver For Safely Unloading Flaming Debris In Parking Lot The flames were 4-feet-high when firefighters arrived.
Swallows Charter Academy Graduate Claims Senior Photo 'Replaced Because Of Pride Flag'The photo Laney Sorensen said she submitted to the yearbook showed her wearing a crop top with a Pride flag around her shoulders.
Housing Study Offers Solutions On Affordable Housing In ColoradoA new study on the housing crisis in Colorado offers solutions.
Pitkin County To Install 360-Degree Cameras To Scan For WildfiresPitkin County is installing cameras to help scan and detect wildfires.
Living Memorial Lines Fence Surrounding King Soopers Store On Table Mesa Drive In BoulderA beautiful living memorial stands along the fence in front of the King Soopers store on Table Mesa Drive in Boulder.
Wildlife Officers Are Looking For Who Shot Turkey Vultures In LongmontTurkey vultures are federally protected birds which means whoever shot them could face hefty fines and even jail time.
Live Music Is Back In Vail!Vail with host the first in person concert in over a year tonight.
Jefferson County Offering COVID Vaccines At Unique Places To Try To Get More VaccinatedThe race is on to try and get our younger population vaccinated which means offering vaccines where they are.
Cooling Continues With More RainWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Summer Campers Take On Denver Police Officers On Basketball CourtDenver police officers hit the basketball court to take on some summer campers on Thursday. The matchup happened at East High School.
Shooting In Olde Town Arvada: Officer On Leave After Death Of Samaritan Johnny HurleyA detective with the Arvada Police Department has been placed on leave while the shooting death of Johnny Hurley is investigated.
Funeral Services For Fallen Arvada Police Officer Gordon Beesley Scheduled For June 29Funeral services for fallen Arvada Police Officer Gordon Beesley have been scheduled for Tuesday, June 29. The services will not be open to the public, however, the memorial will be live streamed.