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November Set To End With Another Dry Cold FrontWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
State Deploys Monoclonal Antibody Bus To Weld CountyThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is trying to keep people out of the hospital by making COVID-19 treatments more accessible.
Craft Beer Might Get More Expensive After Announcement From Colorado's Ball Corp.The news has many small and regional breweries scrambling to secure cans and has spurred fears of heftier costs, reduced variety and higher prices for consumers.
Mask Mandate Complaints Filed Across Denver Metro AreaAs mask mandates continue in some Colorado counties, complaints of violations are coming into area health agencies.
Aurora Family Acquires Attorney After Deadly Shooting Involving Former Greenwood Village Police OfficerA deadly shooting in southeast Aurora is still being investigated, and an altercation about speeding is believed to be the cause.
Colorado Health Officials Urge Vaccination As Hospitals Brace For Omicron VariantHealth officials in Colorado are following the new Omicron COVID-19 variant closely.
Aurora Public School Making Changes After Recent ShootingsAurora superintendent Rico Munn spoke about the changes.
The Arts Community Is Mourning The Loss Of Muralist Stevon LuceroThe arts community is remembering the legacy that Lucero has left behind.
Gun Recovered From Aurora Shooting Scene Which Left 5 Young People InjuredAurora Police investigators returned to the scene where four teenagers and one young adult were shot early on Nov. 28.
COVID In Colorado: Cases & Hospitalizations Dropping SlightlyThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reported 1,936 cases on Nov. 27 and 1,060 new cases for the next day.
Steamboat Ski Resort Opens For The Season!The opening was delayed a week due to snow conditions but is now up and running.
Monday November 29th CBSN Denver Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer gives you his thoughts on tonight's Nuggets-Heat game and
November 29th Upon Further Review with B-Marsh and MichaelBrandon Marshall and Michael Spencer discuss Sunday's dominating win over the Chargers, the keys to continuing that good play against the Chiefs, and what the future holds for Drew Lock in today's episode of Upon Further Review with B-Marsh and Michael presented by WynnBet.
Opponents Of Plan To Ban Flavored Tobacco Sales In Denver Say It Would Hurt BusinessesThe Denver City Council is set to take up a proposed ban of the sale of flavored tobacco and vape juices.
Warm And Dry All Week, Tomorrow Slightly CoolerWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Longmont To Consider Making Juneteenth An Official Government HolidayLongmont City Council may soon have a new holiday on its city government calendar.
Charity Vending Machines Return To 16th Street Mall For Holiday Giving SeasonCharity vending machines are back at the 16th Street Mall in Denver for the holiday giving season.
Deadly Shooting: Jeffery Aschenbrenner Accused Of Killing Girlfriend In Adams CountyJeffery Aschenbrenner has been arrested in the shooting death of his girlfriend in Adams County early Saturday morning.
Community Gathers To Light First Candle On 9-Foot Menorah In ArvadaSunday was the first night of Hanukkah and people gathered in Olde Town Arvada to light the first candle on a nine-foot Menorah.
Shooting In Conifer: Sarah Kalan Arrested After Man Found Dead In CamperA man was found shot to death in a camper in Conifer over the weekend and deputies have arrested 36-year-old Sarah Kalan. Katie Johnston reports.
Close To Record Highs Most Days This WeekWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri
Aurora Mother Whose Child Was Killed in 1995 Shooting Disturbed, Tired of Youth Violence After 5 Shot Over The WeekendThe Aurora Police Department is investigating another shooting involving teens, this time leaving five people shot, four of them ranging between ages 16 to 20.
COVID-19 Shots Made Available To Shoppers At Holiday Market In Denver's Globeville NeighborhoodThe holiday festivities continue around the Denver metro area! In Globeville, shoppers enjoyed a free, local holiday market. And, as CBS4 Reporter Mekialaya White shows us -- it was also opportunity to get the COVID shot.
Community Gathers To Light First Candle On 9-Foot Menorah In ArvadaSunday is the first night of Hanukkah and people gathered in Olde Town Arvada to light the first candle on a nine-foot Menorah. It's all in honor of good Samaritan Johnny Hurley and Officer Gordon Beasley. Both died in June after a gunman shot and killed Beasley, Hurley killed the gunman, and a second officer shot Hurley. The hope for the lighting in Olde Town Square was to replace darkness with light at the site of the shootings.