The novel coronavirus is ever-changing and will continue to evolve.
Colorado Parks & Wildlife Had To Help A Gosling At Garden Of The Gods After Visitor Picked It UpA visitor got to close to the gosling and picked it up causing CPW to have to intervene.
Loveland Ski Area Hosts Lottery For Chairlift SaleLoveland Ski Area is replacing their chairlift this summer and that means they're getting rid of some of the old chairlifts.
Meet DonnaTo learn more about the children featured on CBS4 newscasts and on our stream on Wednesdays, visit Raise The Future's website at https://www.raisethefuture.org/.
Warming Trend Under Way!Watch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Denver Public Schools Increases Police Presence In, Around Schools After Texas ShootingDenver Public Schools is boosting security and police presence in and around schools over the next two weeks.
Climber Injured In Fall At Eldorado Canyon State ParkA climber fell in Eldorado Canyon State Park on Monday afternoon and was rushed to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Boulder Discusses Possible Measures To Respond To Gun Violence A Year After King Soopers ShootingOne year after the deadly shooting at the King Soopers on Table Mesa Drive, the City of Boulder is working to respond to gun violence.
Big Warming Trend Starts WednesdayWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
News Of La Alma Pool Renovations Bittersweet For Some Denver ResidentsThe city of Denver is spending money to fix the La Alma pool, but residents are bummed to go another year without it.
Inspection Of Iconic DIA Roof Reveals 'Critical' IssuesAn inspection of the celebrated tented roof over Denver International Airport in late 2021 revealed "critical" issues in some of the cables supporting the roof. Inspectors say some steel cables were "overloaded" and others were at risk of failure.
Gov. Jared Polis, Other Colorado Elected Leaders React To Texas Elementary School ShootingGov. Jared Polis released a statement after the elementary school shooting in Texas.
Some SNAP Recipients In Denver Seeing Delay In Assistance Due To Staffing ShortagesSome Coloradans living in Denver who rely on Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits are facing some serious issues. The food assistance is getting delayed for many amid steep inflation being felt at the grocery store.
Aurora Needs To Hire 100 Lifeguards In Order To Open Summer PoolsThe city of Aurora says it's ready to open its pools for the summer, but on a limited basis. City officials say they need to hire around 100 lifeguards.
Denver & DIA Take Pledge To Sign More Minority Businesses To Infrastructure ContractsDenver Mayor Michael Hancock joined the CEO of the Denver International Airport, Phillip Washington, on Tuesday to talk about their intent to increase minority contracts at the airport.
Conversations Continue Around Broncos SaleIt appears it might take longer than we thought for a new owner to buy the Broncos.
Colorado Family Returns Home To Find Potential Thief InsideThe apparent burglary was disrupted when the homeowners, their child and pet arrived at their house.
Aurora's Sheneen McClain Invited To Presidential EventSheneen McClain, mother of Elijah McClain, will be a special guest as President Biden signs an executive order on police accountability.
Warming And Drying Trend Ready To Roll InWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Summit County Still Getting Snow As Spring Storms ContinueCDOT still has plows ready for road clearing as another spring snowstorm is in the forecast.
Fourteen Children & One Teacher Are Dead After Gunman Enters An Elementary School In Uvalde, TXThe shooting happened this afternoon, the gunman is also dead.
Coloradans With COVID Urged To Use Telehealth To Access TreatmentThose who are sick or test positive for COVID-19 can access treatment options via telehealth.
'Very Contagious': Doctors Prepare For Possible Human Cases Of Monkeypox In ColoradoHealth experts are keeping a close eye as new cases of monkeypox are confirmed around the country.
High Park Fire Burning In Teller County 100% ContainedThe High Park Fire burning in Teller County is fully contained.
Coloradan Will Help Investigate The Baby Formula ShortageRep. Diane DeGette, a Democrat who represents Colorado's 1st Congressional District, chairs a committee in Congress that will investigate how the shortage happened, what's taking so long and what can be done about it.