South Metro firefighters saved a dog from an icy lake in Parker on Monday. They responded to Salisbury Equestrian Park at around 5 p.m.

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Check Out The Winning Entries In The Iconic Colorado Driver's License ContestThe winners in the Iconic Colorado driver license contest were announced on Monday afternoon. The front of the license will feature Mount Sneffels and the back will feature Sprague Lake.
Neighbors Of Axton Ranch Upset With Decision To Open Land Up To The PublicAxton Ranch could soon be a new Denver mountain park.
Bill In State Legislature Would Create Law To Safely Store WeaponsA bill in the Colorado State Legislature would require gun owners to safely store their firearms.
Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine Expected To Arrive In Colorado This WeekThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment expects to receive an order of 45,500 Johnson & Johnson's Janssen COVID-19 vaccine by Friday.
Technical Difficulties Push Rocky Mountain National Park Online Camping Reservations To Next WeekReservation requests for summer wilderness camping permits at Rocky Mountain National Park will now open next week. The system was supposed to open Monday, March 1 but technical difficulties have pushed that back to next Monday.
Teenage Skier Dies After Hitting A Tree At Eldora Mountain ResortA 16-year-old skier died on Monday at Eldora Mountain Resort after sheriff's investigator say he hit a tree.
11-Year-Old Boy Shot In Aurora Sunday NightAn 11-year-old boy was shot in Aurora's Utah Park neighborhood on Sunday night.
Mild Start To March, More Snow Possible This WeekWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
The COVID Vaccine To Take Is The One Available To You, Colorado Doctor SaysJohnson & Johnson started shipping its COVID-19 vaccine Monday morning after it received emergency use authorization. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida says it's arrival changes the timeline for the fight against the coronavirus.
Current Snowpack Numbers For The State Are Coming In At Below AverageThe next few weeks are crucial in getting the states snowpack higher, but currently weather forecasts show little to no moisture.
Lawmakers Take Up Bill To Possible Skip This Year's CMAS TestsState lawmakers spent time on Monday talking about a bill that would suspend standardized tests because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some parents want them canceled this year as they were in 2020.
'Felt An Urge To Be That Change': Black Denver Police Officer Supports Recruiting CampaignIn an effort to spark change within the profession of law enforcement, specifically within the City of Denver, the Denver Police Department is launching a new mantra for their 2021 recruiting process.
Nearly 1.4 Million Doses Of The COVID Vaccine Have Benn Given Out In ColoradoMore than 16% of Coloradoans have gotten at least one shot of the vaccine.
11-Year-Old Boy Shot In Aurora Sunday NightAn 11-year-old boy was shot multiple times in Aurora Sunday night. It happened on the 12700 block of East Kansas Drive, in the Utah Park area.
COVID In Colorado: With 3rd Vaccine Soon To Be An Option, Can You Choose Which Is Right For You?It's become vaccine shopping. The choices: Pfizer at 95% efficacy, Moderna at 94% or the new one-shot Johnson & Johnson at 66% or up to 85% depending on which stats you are using.
Funding From COVID Groups To Help 8 Colorado FoundationsTwo groups are coming together to give $3 million to eight foundations in Colorado as an effort to support COVID-19 vaccine access to communities of color.
Denver Public Schools Foundation Partners With Denver Broncos To Bridge Technology Gap For FamiliesThe Denver Public Schools Foundation has partnered with the Denver Broncos to help bridge the technology gap for families.
10-Foot-High Fence Surrounds Fallen Officers Memorial Outside Denver Police HeadquartersThe Denver Police Department has installed a 10-foot-tall fence around the fallen officers memorial.
Denver's New Partnership To Offer Alternative Response To Homeless CampsA new partnership in Denver hopes to provide a better alternative response to homeless encampments.
Colorado Consumer Advocates Share Top Complaints In 2020Complaints for consumer fraud were up 50% in 2020, says CoPIRG. The consumer advocacy group joined Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser to share the top complaints from Coloradans.
Registration Open For Snowshoe For The Cure Race In FriscoThe Town of Frisco and the Frisco Nordic Center are working together to support the Susan G. Komen Snowshoe for the Cure.
Monday March 1st CBSN Denver Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer takes a look at the betting lines for tonight's games with the Nuggets, Avs and Colorado State Rams all in action.
WeldWerks Funding Scholarship For BIPOC Students At University Of Northern ColoradoStarting this fall semester, WeldWerks Brewing Co. in Greeley will be funding a scholarship program for students of color at the University of Northern Colorado.
Tracking Just 1 Storm This WeekWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.

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