A former longshot Idaho gubernatorial candidate charged with kidnapping and killing a 12-year-old Colorado girl who disappeared after a holiday concert over 30 years ago made his first court appearance in the state on Friday.

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Rueter-Hess Incline Challenge & Trails Open On ThanksgivingThe Rueter-Hess Recreation Authority will open its new Incline Challenge and trails on Thanksgiving day.
Brother Jeff's Buys Pies From Black-Owned Businesses & Distributes Them To People In NeedBrother Jeff Fard is buying pies from Black-owned businesses and distributing them for free to people in need this Thanksgiving.
COVID In Denver: How 2020 Thanksgiving Compares To Holiday During 1918 Spanish FluHistory experts say the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918 offers lessons from the past that still apply more than a century later during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Faces Criticism For Thanksgiving Flight During COVIDMany are criticizing Denver Mayor Michael Hancock's decision to travel by plane on Wednesday after pleading with people to stay home for Thanksgiving.
Colorado Small Business Owner Featured In Oprah's List Of Favorite ThingsAngel Johnson is behind ICONI, which stands for "I Can Overcome, Nothing's Impossible."
Avenue Grill On 17th Avenue Closed PermanentlyThe popular uptown restaurant from that 80s never reopened after the coronavirus pandemic shut it down the first time.
Emails Show Colorado Unemployment Resources Were Already Lacking At Start Of Coronavirus PandemicThe emails show the department is still operating on an unemployment technology system from the 1980s.
Loveland Business & Church Provide Thanksgiving Meals For Those Impacted By COVID-19Thousands of northern Colorado residents will have a full-course Thanksgiving meal on Thursday thanks to Citipointe Church and Betta Gumbo in Loveland.
Colorado DA Calls Cop 'A Danger To Community,' Refuses To Prosecute Cases From Officer Zach HelbigCBS4 has learned that Weld County District Attorney Michael Rourke is refusing to prosecute criminal cases involving a Fort Lupton police officer who shot and killed a man last year.
Denver Health Has Told Their Employees To Expect The First Shipment Of Vaccines For Staff In Mid DecemberAs pharmaceutical companies get closer to finalizing a vaccine for COVID, Denver Health will be among the first to get the vaccine in Colorado.
Over A Million Dollar Annual Grocery Bill Is What It Takes To Feed 3,000 Animals At The Denver ZooWith hundreds of species of animals and many different dietary needs a small team of workers handle feeding over 3,000 animals at the Denver Zoo.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Asks Forgiveness For Traveling On A Plane For Thanksgiving After Urging Residents To 'Stay Home'Denver Mayor Michael Hancock traveled on a plane to visit family on Wednesday ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. This comes on the day he tweeted "Stay home as much as you can."
Union Leaders Want Safer Work Conditions As Counties Enter Level Red RestrictionsThe refusal of Weld County Commissioners to seek enforcement of COVID Level Red guidelines is leading to push back from the United Food and Commercial Workers Union.
New Denver Health Mural Pays Tribute To Frontline Workers Artists created a new mural to honor frontline workers in Colorado as a third wave of coronavirus sweeps across the country. The mural, called "Healthcare Angels," was unveiled inside Denver Health on Wednesday.
Aurora Public Schools Serves 8,000 Free 'Grab & Go' Thanksgiving Meal Kits From High-Tech BusAurora Public Schools is using a newly-renovated bus to safely serve 8,000 free, hot "grab & go" Thanksgiving meal kits on Wednesday at multiple locations. The new bus allow for self-service from heated and refrigerated compartments ensuring social distancing between community members and staff.
COVID In Colorado: Gov. Polis Meets With Task Force On Return To In-Person LearningGov. Jared Polis pushed to get Colorado students back to the classroom in January. He and his newly-formed task force met on Wednesday to talk about current protocols and what's best for students and teachers.
Light Snow Possible On ThanksgivingWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Beaver Creek Celebrates Milestone Birthday On Opening DayBeaver Creek is celebrating 40 years as it opened its slopes on Wednesday.
Union Calls Out Weld County As COVID Cases Continue To Increase Among WorkersJBS meat packing plant has had over 300 positive cases of coronavirus and 6 workers have died.
Union Station Will Host A Winter Wonder Lights Show Nightly From 5pm To 10pmColoradans will have another holiday light display to admire soon. Union Station will turn on its “Winter Wonder Lights Holiday Show” on Saturday.
UNC Men's Basketball Season Is Off To A Ruff Start Due To A Positive COVID TestThe team has cancelled their first two games due to a positive COVID test, details on who tested positive has not been shared yet.
Colorado Politicians Are Reacting To Denver Mayor Hancock Thanksgiving TravelMayor Hancock got on a plane this morning after posting a tweet urging others to not travel for the holiday.
COVID In Colorado: Denver Health Expects First Vaccine Shipment Mid-DecemberDenver Health has told employees it is expecting to receive its first COVID-19 vaccine shipment in mid-December with its health care workers getting the shots first. The information was contained in a bulletin sent to hospital employees this week and obtained by CBS4.
Denver DA Rules Police Officers Justified In Shooting Death Of Christopher Escobedo After Holding Hostage At GunpointDenver District Attorney Beth McCann has ruled that Denver police officers were justified in shooting and killing a man who held a woman hostage at gunpoint. The shooting happened Sept. 12 near Colfax Avenue and Lowell.

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