Former Gov. John Hickenlooper Declared Winner Of Democratic Nomination For U.S. Senate RaceColorado voters have decided former Gov. John Hickenlooper will face incumbent Sen. Cory Gardner in the U.S. Senate race this November.
AMC Pushes Back Reopening Date To July 30 Because Of Movie DelaysThe company says it will reopen 450 of their 600 theaters in the U.S. -- including many in Colorado -- on July 30.
CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd Shares What She's Watching This PrimaryThe importance of Colorado's June Primary cannot be overstated.
Organizations Call For Crime Against Sikh Man To Be Labeled A Hate CrimeA case of assault at a liquor store in Lakewood ended with a man in the hospital and a suspect accused of attempted murder.
Hunting, Fishing License Required To Visit Colorado Wildlife AreasIn order for people to explore state wildlife areas, they'll need a hunting or fishing license.
Permits For Rocky Mountain National Park To Go On Sale For Month Of AugustReservations to enter the Rocky Mountain National Park in August will go on sale July 1 at 10 a.m.
Testing Kit Shortage At Pepsi Center Blamed On ResurgancesThe coronavirus testing site at the Pepsi Center in Denver closed early on Tuesday due to lack of supplies.
Elijah McClain's Father Sits Down With CBS4's Rick SallingerThe father of Elijah McClain shares his thoughts on his son's death, the investigation into it, another investigation into controversial photos and community support.
Three Officers In Aurora Are On Leave After Taking Photos Mimicking The Chock Hold Used On Elijah McClainMultiple officers from the Aurora Police Department have been issued official notice of pending discipline from the interim chief after photos surfaced of them allegedly mimicking the choke hold used on Elijah McClain.
Denver Agency On Aging Issues Warning About Increase In Scams Amid CoronavirusThe Denver Agency on Aging is seeing an increase in scams since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Doctors Seeing More Kids With Broken Bones In May Of The Coronavirus PandemicAs more and more kids hop on bikes, scooters, skateboards and just start playing outside, some doctors are seeing more and more broken bones.
Today Is Primary Day With Over 1.3 Million Ballots Already Cast, Most By Mail In Or By Dropping Off At A Ballot BoxMost voters for today's primary election have chosen to vote by mail or by dropping of their ballot at a ballot box.
Nuggets Close Practice Facility After Positive Coronavirus TestsThe Denver Nuggets have closed their their practice facility at the Pepsi Center after members of the team's traveling party tested positive for Coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Gov. Polis Closes Bars Again For In-Person ServiceColorado Gov. Jared Polis announced on Tuesday bars will be closed for in-person service in order to fight coronavirus in the state.
I-70 Reopens, Evacuations Lifted For Bradbury Krebs Fire Burning Near ByersA portion of Interstate 70 was closed for hours and evacuations ordered on Tuesday as crews rushed to put out a wildfire.
City Of Denver Removes Sign From Columbus ParkThe City of Denver has removed the sign from Columbus Park.
Reopening Colorado: Yoga On The Rocks Returns With Limits On AttendanceYoga on the Rocks is back this summer, with a few guidelines like attendance restrictions for prevention of the spread of coronavirus.
CU Denver Will Receive a $499 Thousand Dollar Grant From The NFL To Help Develop Better HelmetsA grant from the NFL will help an engineering professor at CU Denver develop safer helmets for football players.
Boulder’s 40% Tax On Vaping Products Starts WednesdayBeginning Wednesday, all vaping products sold in Boulder will be subject to an additional city sales and use tax of 40%.
Driver In Deadly Crash Has Been Sentenced To 20 Years In PrisonA woman who caused a deadly crash last February has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Flyovers And Fireworks: Black Hawk Helicopters Joining Independence Day Tribute In Colorado SpringsFort Carson and the 4th Infantry Division are planning a special Independence Day tribute with the City of Colorado Springs. Fort Carson is planning a Black Hawk helicopter flyover from approximately 6:55 to 8 p.m. on Saturday. Katie Johnston reports.
A Three Day Blood Drive Started Today At The Budweiser Event Center In LovelandThose wanting to donate blood are strongly encouraged to make an appointment online before showing up.
Denver City Council Canceled Their Meeting For Today Due To Concerns Over CoronavirusCouncil members know how important it is to hear from residents, there is a plan to schedule a virtual listening session.
Nuggets Close Practice Facility After Positive Coronavirus TestsAs first reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN and confirmed by CBS4 sports, the Denver Nuggets have closed their their practice facility at the Pepsi Center after members of the team's traveling party tested positive for Coronavirus.

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