Drought Still A Big Problem In Colorado Despite Recent SnowstormsColorado’s latest snowstorm was bringing moisture to the mountains and the Front Range, but nearly 99% of the state is still in a drought.
Denver Public Schools Aims For Fewer COVID Restrictions After Spring BreakDPS Board of Education says it plans to have fewer restrictions when students return from spring break.
COVID Vaccine Focus Continues In Denver's Underserved CommunitiesAs the state rolls out more doses, the City of Denver is opening up more community vaccination sites to make sure underserved communities have equal access.
Southwest Resumes Flights To Steamboat And TellurideThose flights are set to begin on April 6.
Princess Diana's Memory Lives On As Harry & Megan Discuss Leaving Royal LifeCBS4's Rick Sallinger looks back on Princess Diana's funeral in 1997.
Denver's Economy Could Bounce Back Faster Than Other Cities In U.S.Some businesses are operating under Level Blue restrictions and large venues have plans in place.
Task Force To Take On Fraudulent Unemployment Benefits ClaimsIn Colorado, more fraudulent claims than valid claims have been filed for unemployment benefits.
Application Withdrawn For Industrial Composting Facility In Boulder CountyThe proposed compost facility was set to go on open space near Highway 287 and Lookout Road.
Colorado Department Of Health Expands COVID Vaccine Outreach ProgramsThe state is partnering with health providers to expand vaccine clinics in underserved neighborhoods.
JBS Meat Plant Hosts COVID Vaccine Clinic For EmployeesThe plant in Greeley is hoping to vaccinate 2,500 employees on Friday.
Drivers Must Yield To Snowplows In ColoradoNot giving snowplows the right-of-way is a Class A traffic offense in Colorado.
Denver Public Schools Discusses Possible ChangesThat includes resuming extracurriculars in DPS with some changes due to COVID.
Xcel Energy Manager To Give Virtual Demonstration About Electric Vehicles As Part Of Girls & ScienceXcel Energy has sponsored the Denver Museum of Nature & Science’s annual Girls & Science event for six years.
Paramount+ Launches Offering Over 30,000 Episodes And Movies Plus Live News And SportsFormerly CBS All Access, Paramount+ puts 30,000+ episodes, 2,500 movie titles, 1,000+ live sporting events, around-the-clock news coverage at your finger tips.
Donation From Black Women Philanthropists Benefits Center For African American HealthThe donation will help get the center closer to owning the building.
The North Face Presented With Award By Colorado Oil And Gas AssociationThe North Face was given the award for being an "Oil & Gas Extraordinary Customer"
Denver's Housing Market Booming During Coronavirus PandemicDenver's housing market is tight because of the lack of inventory and the rising prices.
Inmates At Denver County Jail Will Begin Getting VaccinationsThe Denver Sheriff Office partnered with Denver Health to make vaccinating inmates a possibility.
Gov. Jared Polis To Hold Remembrance Ceremony Friday To Mark 1 Year Since Colorado's First Confirmed COVID CaseGov. Jared Polis is calling for a "Statewide Day of Remembrance" on Friday for the lives lost to coronavirus.
Johnson & Johnson Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine Arrives In ColoradoThe vaccine will be distributed to those eligible as soon as possible.
Denver Police Search For Emmanuel Chandler Wanted In Shooting Death Of Roxann MartinezPolice in Denver are searching for Emmanuel Chandler, wanted for first-degree murder in the shooting death of Roxann Martinez.
Man Shot, Killed In Condo Parking Lot In Southwest AuroraA man died at the hospital on Wednesday night after he was shot in southwest Aurora.
Great Horned Owl Rescued After Head Injury In St. Vrain State ParkColorado Parks and Wildlife said the bird was malnourished and will rehab at the Birds of Prey Foundation.
CSU Researchers Test New Treatment For Dogs With ArthritisCSU researchers are working with the University of North Carolina to study the potential of gene therapy to reprogram cells.