A new show to celebrate Red Rocks' 80th anniversary season and recognize health care heroes has been rescheduled due to chilly weather. The concert, which only costs 80 cents, has been moved to April 28.

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City Park Farmers Market Opens Saturday With Dozens Of Colorado-Based VendorsMore than 65 Colorado-based vendors will set up shop this weekend at Denver's new City Park Farmers Market.
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COVID In Denver: Independent Pharmacist Hopes To Vaccinate Hundreds In Just A Few HoursA Denver pharmacist is hoping to match what is being done at major sites around the states, with hundreds of vaccinations in just a few hours.
COVID Health Risks For Children Considered While Mask Mandates Fall AwayWhile Colorado no longer enforces mask mandates to align with CDC guidelines, some consider the health risks for children who can't yet be vaccinated.
Denver Bar Requires Proof Of COVID Vaccination To Drink Inside Without Face MaskPatrons who want to enjoy a maskless experience at Bar Max off Colfax Avenue in Denver must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
Downtown Denver Prepares For Busy Summer As COVID Restrictions Like Face Masks And Social Distancing Fade AwayDenver Mayor Michael Hancock said the city would join the state move to peel back the mask order for the fully vaccinated on Sunday.
Wall Of Photos Shows Health Care Heroes In A Different LightA new employee recognition wall at UCHealth Highlands Ranch shows the COVID-19 warriors in a different light.
Denver Family Calls For Justice After Suspected Drunk Driver Strikes, Kills 2 In New MexicoThe suspect is a police officer and New Mexico National Guard member, and is facing charges of vehicular homicide.
Fireballs Dropped From The Sky Will Help Wildlife In ColoradoThe controlled burns help improve habitat for the ranging elk in Eagle County.
Teenage Colorado School Of Mines Graduate Lives Life To The FullestAt the age of 16, Arthur Harris started his unique college career at the School of Mines.
Greeley Police Investigate Double Shooting Outside Apartment ComplexInvestigators with the Greeley Police Department are searching for suspects after two people were shot outside an apartment complex on Thursday night near 37th Avenue and 24th Street.
More Colorado Rockies Fans Can Fill Coors Field Starting June 1Coors Field will have 70% capacity starting June 1.
Gov. Jared Polis Joins Others In Celebrating End Of Colorado Face Mask MandateIt's the first time for many people enjoying the company of others without face masks in public.
Denver's Arts And Entertainment Industry Ready For Triumphant Return After COVIDDenver lifts masks, social distancing requirements on Sunday as arts and entertainment venues prepare for a busy summer.
Male Suspect Dies After Chase, Crash, Shooting With Denver PolicePolice in Denver are investigating a shooting that began with a pursuit that spanned from Denver to Lakewood and back into Denver.
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‘I Really Worry’: Local Mom Concerned Kids Who Can’t Yet Get Vaccine Will Get Wrong Message From Unmasked AdultsParents who are vaccinated but cannot get the shot for their children aged 11 and under worry about the new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control — and some expressed concern about Colorado’s mask mandate ending too early.
Foster Parents Stepping Up For Colorado Children Needing StabilityThe Colorado Department of Human Services is celebrating foster families this month. On Saturday, May 8th, in a virtual event, the agency honored five foster families from across the state. One of the honorees was Manuel Padilla, who himself has overcome some pretty difficult obstacles to become a foster parent.
Military Signing Day: Golden High School Recognizes Students Enlisting In ServiceGolden High School hosted Jeffco Public Schools' first-ever Military Signing Day on Friday, to recognize students who are choosing a pathway into military service after graduation.
Former CBS4 Reporter Caught In Middle Of Israeli-Palestinian FightingThe conflict between Israel and the Palestinian group Hamas came to the streets of Denver on Friday. Supporters of the Palestinians carried flags and gave speeches on the steps of the state Capitol as the fighting took place thousands of miles away in the Mideast.
Affidavit: Barry Morphew Used Missing Wife's Ballot To Vote For Trump In 2020A Colorado man suspected of killing his wife is now also accused of using her ballot to submit a fraudulent vote for President Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election. Suzanne Morphew disappeared in May, but her husband, Barry Morphew admitted turning in her ballot in the November election, according to investigators.
Lifting The Mask Order: Colorado Moving From Requirements To 'Suggestions,' Gov. Jared Polis AnnouncesGov. Jared Polis announced Friday that Colorado was celebrating an important milestone in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.

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