The mayors composed a letter for Gov. Jared Polis, asking for clarification on some of the restrictions.
Evacuations Lifted After Wind-Driven Fire Grass Fire Consumes 1,400+ AcresA steady 40 mph wind pushed flames across 1,430 acres of grass and farm land late afternoon Friday before firefighters from 10 rural agencies gained the upper hand.
CSU To Require Weekly Testing During Spring SemesterStudents at Colorado State University can expect more testing than ever before during the spring 2021 semester.
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A Mild Sunday, Then A Chance For Snow On MondayWatch Callie Zanandrie's forecast.
High Clouds Sunday With Snow For MondayWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Scott Alan Campbell Arrested In Double Explosion InvestigationAurora police arrested a 44-year-old man who they believe set off two explosions recently.
Groups Honor Dr. Martin Luther King's Message Virtually Amid COVID PandemicMartin Luther King, Jr. Day celebrations go virtual this year.
Older Coloradans Take Part In Mass COVID Vaccination ProgramSTRIDE Community Health ran a large vaccination program at Smoky Hill High School for Coloradans ages 70 and up on Saturday.
FEMA Gives Colorado More Funding For COVID-19 Response EffortsFEMA is giving the Colorado Department of Public Health $181 million in addition funding for coronavirus response.
Rep. Lauren Boebert Loses Communication Director Following Violent RiotsFollowing violent and deadly riots at the U.S. Capitol, the communications director for Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert turned in his resignation.
Man Dies After Crossing Street & Is Hit By Truck In Fort CollinsA pedestrian who ran across College Avenue in Fort Collins died after being hit by a truck on Friday night.
Denver Police Searching For Suspect In Deadly Hit-And-RunDenver police want to find the driver who they say hit and killed a pedestrian late Friday night.
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Weekend Weather UpdateWatch Callie Zanandrie's forecast.
Downtown Denver Businesses Brace For Potential ProtestsThere is a possibility of potentially violent protests leading up to Inauguration Day on Jan. 20 and businesses are preparing for the worst.
Future Vaccine Clinics Uncertain After COVID Vaccine Supply DiminishesCommunity-based vaccine clinics are unsure of just how many coronavirus vaccine doses they will receive to complete vaccination goals.
Gov. Jared Polis Doesn't Hide Frustration Over Absence Of Federal Reserves Of COVID VaccineNow second doses that were supposed to come from the federal reserves will have to come from the supply chain in progress.
How The Pandemic Has Changed Both Long-Term Relationships And Dating For SinglesMany people are developing a deeper appreciation for their relationships, and singles are more deeply aware of their longing to have connection.
What To Do This Weekend: Virtual Marade, National Western Stock Show Events, In-Person Art TourThere is plenty to do around town this weekend.
Xcel Energy's Electric Vehicle Program Underway With New Charging StationsNearly a dozen new charging stations are operating in Breckenridge.
Colorado Lawmakers Fighting To Keep U.S. Space Command In Colorado SpringsColorado House Democrats considered resolution calling on Department of Defense and Biden administration to reverse the move.
Colorado Files Lawsuit Against Bureau of Land ManagementThe federal lawsuit seeks to invalidate the Uncompahgre Resource Management Plan that would open nearly 1 million acres of public lanes to drilling in Southwest Colorado.
Virtual Reality Experience Carne y Arena ReopensThe special Academy Award-winning virtual reality experience puts you through the conditions of immigrants and refugees based on true accounts as they tried to cross the U.S.-Mexico border.
Elk Herd Thriving After Being Driven From Habitat Destroyed By Cameron Peak FireColorado Parks and Wildlife staffers scanned the elk from helicopter and classified roughly 4,200 elk.