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Federal Judge To Decide Fate Of Face Mask Mandate In Douglas CountyA federal judge will decide the face mask mandate in Douglas County.
Storms Departs Tonight, Rain And Snow EndsWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
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Denver City Council Approves $9+ million To Expand Housing Options For HomelessDenver City Council approved $9+ million to expand housing options for the city's homeless.
Elk Freed From Swing Around NeckColorado Parks and Wildlife freed an elk that had become stuck in a child's swing.
Chautauqua Trail Closed For Repairs Through FridayChautauqua Trail is closed to hikers this week while the trail is resurfaced.
Colorado-Based Aerospace Company Teams Up With Blue Origin For Commercial Space StationA Colorado-based aerospace company is teaming up with Blue Origin for a commercial space station.
Denver's Postal Sorting Facility Has New Device To Help Make Shipping Process More EfficientThe Postal Service sorting facility in Denver is getting a new device to help make the shipping process go more smoothly.
Colorado Woman Robin Pelkey Identified As Alaska Serial Killer's VictimDNA testing confirmed the identity of a woman believed to be a victim of serial killer Robert Hansen, Alaska authorities announced Friday. Katie Johnston reports.
Trail Ridge Road Closed For The SeasonTrail Ridge Road has closed for the season in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Tarantulas On The Move In Southern ColoradoTarantulas are migrating in Southern Colorado as they look for a mate.
Colorado Governor Orders Flags Lowered On Tuesday After Death Of Firefighter Darcy StallingsGov. Jared Polis has ordered flags to be lowered to half-staff across Colorado on Tuesday after the death of a Yuma firefighter.
Mother Expresses 'Shock' At Seeing Daughter Sally Strelecki Communicating After Being Shot In Head Through Apartment WallSally Strelecki has overcome long odds after a tragedy in a Centennial apartment at the beginning of the month.
11 African Lions Test Positive For COVID At Denver ZooZookeepers in Denver are caring for 11 African lions that have tested positive for COVID.
New Hotel Licensing Program Aimed At Improving Safety In Wheat RidgeA new licensing program in Wheat Ridge that was unanimously approved by the city council is aimed at improving safety at hotels and motels.
Denver Startup Plans First-Of-Its-Kind Stacked Container HousingWest Colfax Avenue in Denver is changing. It's already a hub for new development, but is also slated to be home to the first-of-its-kind Stackhouse.
Storm Arrives: Fire And Ice In Colorado TodayWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Container Homes: Is this the future of modern living?Watch the report on CBS4 News at 10 p.m.
Many Pharmacies Slammed With Demand In Colorado As COVID Booster Eligibility WidensWith more Coloradans now eligible to get their COVID-19 booster shot, many pharmacies are slammed with demand while also working to meet other patient needs.
Officials Visit Denver As Mile High City Is Considered For FIFA World Cup 2026 MatchesA delegation on Monday is visiting Denver to decide if the Mile High City will possibly host FIFA World Cup matches in 2026.
11 African Lions Test Positive For COVID At Denver ZooZookeepers in Denver are caring for 11 African lions that have tested positive for COVID.
Police Chase Of A Stolen Car Ended In Rollover Crash On I-76 In BrightonA police chase of a stolen car ended in a rollover crash in Brighton on Monday.
Douglas County Schools Is Asking A Judge To Halt New Looser Mask Rules Put In Place By Board Of HealthA ruling is expected on Tuesday.
Snow And More Wind Moving Into ColoradoWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast

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