Polis Visits & Thanks Colorado National Guard Members As They Deploy To Washington, D.C.Gov. Jared Polis visited with Colorado Army and Air National Guard members before they deployed for Washington, D.C.
Denver Residents 'Remaining Vigilant' Ahead Of Planned Capitol ProtestsResidents in the Capitol Hill neighborhood in Denver say they are concerned about their safety just days before a presidential inauguration which has put state capitols on alert across the country.
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Groups Honor Dr. Martin Luther King's Message Virtually Amid COVID PandemicMartin Luther King, Jr. Day celebrations go virtual this year.
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Downtown Denver Businesses Brace For Potential ProtestsThere is a possibility of potentially violent protests leading up to Inauguration Day on Jan. 20 and businesses are preparing for the worst.
Future Vaccine Clinics Uncertain After COVID Vaccine Supply DiminishesCommunity-based vaccine clinics are unsure of just how many coronavirus vaccine doses they will receive to complete vaccination goals.
Gov. Jared Polis Doesn't Hide Frustration Over Absence Of Federal Reserves Of COVID VaccineNow second doses that were supposed to come from the federal reserves will have to come from the supply chain in progress.
Elk Herd Thriving After Being Driven From Habitat Destroyed By Cameron Peak FireColorado Parks and Wildlife staffers scanned the elk from helicopter and classified roughly 4,200 elk.
State Lawmakers Focus On Bills To Help Health Care WorkersSome lawmakers are working on bills to help health care workers with fatigue and burnout during the pandemic.
Possible Protests Have Downtown Denver Businesses Boarding Up WindowsThe City County Building, Denver Art Museum and library have fencing around them and even the Post Office is fortifying its buildings.
Colorado Vaccine Equity Task Force Begins Outreach To Provide Facts, Dispel MisinformationSome people in Colorado may be hesitant to take the vaccine when it is available to them. That’s why one group is trying to communicate with them, to get them the facts and also to dispel misinformation.
Denver Baby Is First In Colorado Diagnosed With Tyrosinemia Type 1, Extremely Rare Genetic DisorderA Denver baby is the first in Colorado to be diagnosed with a disorder so rare it is believed there are fewer than 200 cases in the United States.
Several Denver City Buildings Closed Downtown, Under Modified Schedules Due To Heightened Security MeasuresSeveral city buildings will be closed in downtown Denver for a few days next week or will operate on a modified schedule with reduced hours as part of the city's plan for heightened security measures.
Federal Government Doesn't Have National Reserve Of COVID VaccineGov. Jared Polis on Friday said the Trump administration showed “gross incompetence” when it provided false information about the existence of a federal vaccine reserve.
Denver Prepares For The Potential Of Armed Protests Ahead Of The InaugurationCivic Center park and government buildings around downtown Denver now have fences in case of protests.
CBS4 News Update, 1-15-21CBS4 is Covering Colorado First
Colorado Sees Increase In Multisystem inflammatory syndrome Among ChildrenMulti-Symptom Inflammatory Syndrome in children is called MIS-C and there's been a spike last month.
Denver Public Schools Students Start Petition Urging District To Vaccinate TeachersStudents want their teachers to have access to COVID-19 vaccines before a return to in-person learning for older students.
Mass Vaccination Sites Need More Than Just Enough COVID VaccinesThe issue isn't necessarily with the number of vaccines, but finding staff available to give the vaccines.
CSU Researchers Discover 'Lasso Locomotion' That Allows Snakes To Slither Up Smooth PoleThis is the first new mode of locomotion discovered in snakes in more than 100 years.
Colorado's Space Industry Trying To Understand Why Space Command Is MovingThe military is planning to move the US Space Command from Colorado Springs to Huntsville, Alabama.
State Lawmakers Focus On Minority-Owned Businesses During SessionState lawmakers say those businesses most at risk during the pandemic need extra help, but not all legislators agree.
Olympic Swimming Medalist Klete Keller Released But Ordered To Stay Away From DCKlete Keller is facing charges of knowingly entering a restricted building to impede an official government function, disorderly conduct, and obstructing law officers.

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