Silverthorne Murdoch's Sporting Goods Section Taped OffThe gun section at Murdocks in Silverthorne has been taped off after too many people gathered to try to buy guns and ammunition.
Dave Chapin, Vail's Mayor, Remembers Eagle County Coronavirus VictimThe mayor of Vail, who tested positive for COVID-19, remembers the victim as a loved member of the community.
Coronavirus Fallout Causing Potential For Sewer Line DamageThe potential of significant damage to sewage lines has risen as a result of some residents hoarding toilet paper during coronavirus pandemic leaving others to use other products.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Two More Workers At Denver International Airport Test PositiveCBS4 has learned two non-city employees working at Denver International Airport have tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).
To-Go Denver Website Aims To Help Restaurants Stay In BusinessThere's a new online resource to help people support the many restaurants trying to stay in business during these challenging times.
CBS4 News Update, 03-22-20CBS4 is Colorado's News Channel
THROWBACK: The Day Pat Bowlen Purchased The BroncosOn March 21, 1984, the Denver Broncos were officially sold to Pat Bowlen. Here is his first one-on-one interview with CBS Denver the week he arrived in Denver.
King Soopers, Amazon, Safeway Increasing Pay For EmployeesKing Soopers, Safeway and Amazon announced they would be paying their employees more as Colorado tries to contain the coronavirus.
Jobs Available As Coloradans File For UnemploymentAvailable jobs in Colorado may number in the tens of thousands, but some of them are going fast.
Colorado Real Estate Industry Still Hot Even As Coronavirus Cases IncreaseAs the coronavirus continues to spread in Colorado, several industries have taken a heavy beating, except at least one.
Denver Health Can Now Test For CoronavirusDenver Health can now test nearly 300 people a day for coronavirus because of newly-approved FDA testing equipment.
Coronavirus Headlines In ColoradoAs Colorado State Parks remain open, access to offices, service and visitor centers is restricted as coronavirus cases increase in Colorado.
2 More Coloradans Die From COVID-19; Guard Member Tests PositiveThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment updated the number of positive cases on Saturday to be 475.
Bolder Boulder 10K Will Be Run On Labor DayThe Bolder Boulder announced the hugely popular annual road race will take place on Labor Day weekend in 2020 instead of Memorial Day weekend.
CBS4 News Update, 03-21-20CBS4 is Colorado's News Channel
Some Colorado Grovery Stores Install Plexiglas To Protect Employees From CoronavirusSafeway and Albertsons stores in Colorado are installing Plexiglas to protect employees and customers from the spread of coronavirus.
In Attempt To Prevent Spread Of Virus, Rocky Mountain National Park ClosesRocky Mountain National Park is closed to all visitors until further notice.
Grand Princess Passengers From Colorado Return To Centennial StateDozens of Coloradans who were aboard the Grand Princess cruise ship are back in Colorado.
Alcohol To Go Now Allowed In Order To Help Colorado RestaurantsColorado restaurant workers are praising a decision announced Friday by Gov. Jared Polis to allow alcohol sales with takeout and delivery service.
Researchers In Aurora Are Trying To Develop A Vaccine For CoronavirusDozens of companies around the world are working to develop a vaccine for COVID-19, and Colorado scientists are among those working around the clock.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Denver Restaurant Offers Alcohol To-GoA local restaurateur says he will change his business strategy after Gov. Polis granted licensed restaurants to sell liquor to-go, as well as delivery.
Gannon Stauch's Body Found In FloridaThe El Paso County Sheriff's Office announced Friday that the remains of Gannon Stauch have been found in Florida.
Denver Zoo Shows Off New Video Of Baby RhinoThe Denver Zoo is trying to stay engaged with the public and help people make the most of the extra time they are now spending at home.
Talented Team In Centennial Is Helping Keep Coloradans SafeColorado's emergency operations center is always in Centennial looking out for Coloradans. However, right now it's in a unique situation.