The Denver Police Department is taking additional measures to ensure the safety of the more than 100,000 people expected at this year's Parade of Lights in downtown Denver Saturday.
Denver Public School Board To Discuss Free Menstrual Products In SchoolsThe Denver Public School Board will discuss free menstrual products in all DPS schools.
COVID Testing Lab Under Investigation Received $115 Million In Federal Tax Dollars For Allegedly Unsafe, Unreliable TestsA federal agency and attorneys general in multiple states are investigating alleged fraud of a COVID-19 testing company -The Center for COVID Control - which has three locations in Denver.
Is Omicron On The Decline In Colorado?Samples taken from the South Platte Renew wastewater treatment site and others are used to determine levels of the coronavirus in the population.
Lack Of Clean Water Forces Rapidly-Growing Town To Suddenly Stop Issuing Building PermitsOne of the fastest growing communities in northern Colorado is bringing building permits to a screeching halt following disputes over access to clean water.
RMNP Will Start Using Online Reservation System For Backpack Camping PermitsThe website will open for reservations on March 2nd.
PRCA Exceptional Rodeo Was Held At CSU Spur Campus In Denver ThursdayA group of kids with special needs got the chance to be cowboy and cowgirls for the day.
Questions Raised In Grand County Horse SeizureMore than a week ago, the Grand County Sheriff's Office removed 144 horses from the Snow Mountain Stables, after complaints the horses were underfed and poorly cared for.
Crooks Make Off With Youth Boxing Program's EquipmentAt the James Reed Memorial Gym in Denver, the Denver Police Brotherhood Boxing program teaches young people how to box, as well as life skills.
Disaster Assistance Center For Those Impacted By Marshall Fire To Close This WeekendThe Disaster Assistance Center for those impacted by the Marshall Fire will be closing this weekend. The recovery process is shifting towards long-term needs.
Aurora Libraries Ran Out Of Free KN95 Masks ThursdayIn Aurora, the city's libraries ran out of thousands of free KN95 masks on Thursday.
High School Students Stage Walkouts At 2 Denver High Schools Over COVID ConcernsSome students at Thomas Jefferson High School and North High School walked out of school on Thursday morning over concerns about the COVID prevention plan in Denver Public Schools.
Another Round Of Snow For FridayWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Adams County Deputies Search For White Truck Stolen At Knife-Point Thursday MorningAdams County Sheriff's Office is searching for the suspect of an armed carjacking of a white pickup truck that happened Thursday morning.
Thursday January 20th CBSN Denver Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer looks at the odds for tonight's game between the Avs and Ducks.
Colorado's Attorney General Takes Steps Ensuring Marshall Fire Victims Don't Become Rental Price Gouging VictimsAttorney General Phil Weiser is taking steps urging major online real estate companies to address illegal price gouging of rental properties on their platforms in the wake of the Marshall Fire that destroyed nearly 1,100 homes in Boulder County.
Dinger Enjoys Offseason On Colorado Ski SlopesWhat to do while waiting for spring training? Colorado Rockies mascot Dinger has an idea! The team shared a video of our favorite triceratops taking some turns on snow-covered slopes at Copper Mountain!
Bipartisan Effort Launched To Make Dearfield Part Of The National Park SystemA bipartisan effort is underway in Colorado to make a ghost town in Weld County part of the National Park System.
1 Dead In 4-Car Crash On I-270 At York Street Near Commerce CityColorado State Patrol responded to a deadly crash on westbound I-270 just west of Commerce City Thursday morning.
Snowboarder Crashes Into Tree At Aspen Highlands, DiesA 42-year-old snowboarder died after crashing into a tree at Colorado's Aspen Highlands Ski Area.
Sunshine Returns Thursday Before Another Round Of Snow Arrives On FridayWatch Callie Zanandrie's forecast.
High School Students Stage Walkouts At 2 Denver High Schools Over COVID ConcernsSome students at Thomas Jefferson High School and North High School walked out of school over concerns about the COVID prevention plan at Denver Public Schools.
Crews Work To Keep Parts Of Northern Colorado Safe In Icy ConditionsFreezing drizzle led to icy conditions in northern Colorado.
1 Dead In Crash On I-270 At York Street Near Commerce CityColorado State Patrol responded to a deadly crash on westbound I-270 just west of Commerce City Thursday morning.
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