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Aurora Has Recently Seen A Rise In Suicide Attempts Among Kids Ages 8 to 16If you or anyone you know needs help you can call the suicide helpline at 1-800-273-8255 anytime day or night.
The Colorado Lottery Will Give Nearly $72 Million To Great Outdoors ColoradoThe money will be used to fund parks, recreation, and conservation efforts all across the state.
Jefferson County Is Moving To Level ClearThe change will go into place on Sunday, May 16th and allow business to operate at full capacity.
David Torrez Gets 45 Years After Shooting Estranged Wife's Companion 7 TimesAn Englewood man has been sentenced to 45 years in prison after pleading guilty to attempted murder in a domestic violence case. Katie Johnston reports.
More Weddings Being Planned As COVID Restrictions LoosenThere is a rush on wedding planning due to postponements last year and newly engaged couples not wanting to wait.
Go Inside The Lowered Section Of The Central 70 ProjectThe Colorado Department of Transportation took CBS4 behind the scenes of the Central 70 construction project on Tuesday. The tour allowed for a sneak peek into the lowered section of Interstate 70 before it opens to drivers.
Highway 287 Reopens After Semi Rollover Near Wyoming BorderHighway 287 near the Wyoming border reopened after being closed for hours due to a semi rollover. The highway was closed between Ted's Place to Wyoming as dumpsters were brought in to clean up what spilled when the semi rolled over.
Denver Public School Is Looking To Improve The quality & Ingredients Of Meals Served To Their StudentsThe school district is teaming up with a training program to provide nutritious meals for their students.
The Unemployment Crisis In Colorado: CBS4 Reporter Still Getting Help For Jobless ColoradansCBS4's Kati Weis is getting dozens of emails every day from people who aren't having success in trying to get the unemployment benefits the state owes them.
Drier And Warmer Weather Ahead!Watch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
OSIRIS-REx Begins Journey Back To Earth With 'Precious' Sample From AsteroidAfter chasing and successfully touching down on an asteroid millions of miles from Earth -- a Colorado-built spacecraft is headed home with the sample collected from the surface. OSIRIS-REx was designed and build by Lockheed Martin in Littleton and touched down on the asteroid Bennu in October.
John Swenson Sentenced To Life In Prison For Beating Death Of Grandmother Linda ShombergJohn Power Swenson was sentenced to life in prison in the beating death of his 75-year-old grandmother. Police were conducting a welfare check when they found her body.
New Denver Bike And Electric Scooter Program Launches TuesdayDenver's new bike and electric scooter share program launches this week.
Denver City Council Approves Loretto Heights Rezoning AgreementDenver City Council approved a rezoning agreement on Monday night for the historic Loretto Heights campus. Councilmembers first voted to approve the development plan in 2019.
Denver Is Nation's 4th Most Popular Road Trip DestinationDenver's is the nation's 4th most popular road trip destination this summer according to AAA.
Pena Boulevard Closures Overnight Tuesday Into WednesdayPena Boulevard will be closed at Jackson Gap from 9 p.m. Tuesday to 4 a.m. Wednesday.
Firefighters Discover A Body In Colorado Springs While Putting Out A FireA call to a structure fire in Colorado Springs turned into a murder investigation.
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More Rain And Snow In Colorado TodayWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
As Officer Recovers From Shooting, Denver Community Shows SupportA Denver police officer who was allegedly shot with a sawed-off shotgun is still in the hospital in critical condition.
Denver Health Doctor Eager For New Pfizer Vaccine AuthorizationIf the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices approves, this age group could begin receiving the vaccine by the end of the week.
Colorado's Department Of Labor Writing Off $61 Million In Overpayments Made During PandemicA CBS4 Investigation has learned that the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is writing off more than $61 million in overpayments.
Colorado Gets Dose Of Snow In Unusual May SnowstormWhile many in Colorado have grasped the fact it can snow well into spring, it's still unusual for some.
COVID In Denver: City To Received $308 Million In Federal ReliefMore than $300 million in federal funding will go to Denver to help restore city services, lift furloughs and increase vaccination efforts. 

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