COVID In Colorado: Denver Health Expects First Vaccine Shipment Mid-DecemberDenver Health has told employees it is expecting to receive its first COVID-19 vaccine shipment in mid-December with its health care workers getting the shots first. The information was contained in a bulletin sent to hospital employees this week and obtained by CBS4.
Denver DA Rules Police Officers Justified In Shooting Death Of Christopher Escobedo After Holding Hostage At GunpointDenver District Attorney Beth McCann has ruled that Denver police officers were justified in shooting and killing a man who held a woman hostage at gunpoint. The shooting happened Sept. 12 near Colfax Avenue and Lowell.
Art Activism In ColoradoSee the 4 The Arts special.
Sunny And Warm With A Weak Thanksgiving Cold Front ComingWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Eagle County Mandates Permits For Groups Of 10 Or MoreThe public health order states that any event with 10 or more must get a permit via formal request with the county.
Cameron Peak Fire Benefits From Recent SnowThe heavy, wet snow that fell on Tuesday morning is helping crews as they monitor hot spots in the burn area.
East Troublesome Pale Ale Supports Relief Efforts In Aftermath Of FireThe craft brew will be served at six breweries in Grand County.
South Metro Fire Crews Battle House FireFirefighters had to use both water and firefighting foam to extinguish the fire in Centennial.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Travels On A Plane For Thanksgiving, Days After Urging Residents To 'Stay Home'Denver Mayor Michael Hancock traveled on a plane to visit family on Wednesday ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. This comes on the day he tweeted "Stay home as much as you can."
Volunteers Of America Sees A Surge In Numbers Of People Wanting To Help In Colorado During PandemicThe nonprofit is helping those with food insecurity this holiday season.
Couple Shares Inspiring Story For National Prematurity Awareness MonthThe family of a child who has been in the NICU at Children's Hospital Colorado for almost 90 days is thanking the support staff, who they say are "our best friends right now."
More Than 4 Dozen Plan To Sue Denver Police For Excessive Force, Wrongful Arrests During Summer ProtestsThe Denver Attorney’s Office confirmed it received copies of the 51 Notices of Claim Tuesday afternoon.
Ski Areas In Summit County Prepare To Reduce Capacity On The MountainA surge in coronavirus cases and a move to Level Red has ski areas reducing capacity again.
Castle Rock Council Decides Not To Enforce Level Red RestrictionsIndoor dining is banned under the restrictions.
Tri-County Health Department Orders 5 Douglas County Restaurants To Close For COVID ViolationsHealth officials said the restaurants violated the current public health order, which prohibits indoor dining.
Volunteers Of America Sees A Surge In Numbers Of People Wanting To Help In Colorado During PandemicThe nonprofit is helping those with food insecurity this holiday season.
Colorado Task Force Aims To Try To Get Students Back Into Classrooms Soon Amid PandemicGov. Jared Polis announced that a task force will work to get students and teachers back into Colorado classrooms.
Available ICU Beds At Hospitals Filling Up Due To Colorado Coronavirus CasesIn hospitals around the state, administrators are looking at filling difficult gaps.
Longmont Leadership, Weld County Leadership At Odds Over COVID Health OrdersA political battle over the enforcement of state health orders is brewing in Northern Colorado after Longmont Mayor Brian Bagley asked the city to start drafting an ordinance that would ban Weld County residents from being transferred into the two hospitals in Longmont.
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Mostly Sunny And MilderWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecat.
You Can Cut Your Own Christmas Tree In Pike, Arapaho And White River National ForestsThe USDA Forest Service is now offering cut-your-own Christmas tree opportunities in the Pike, Arapaho, and White River National Forests along the Front Range.
Frank Macon, Former Tuskegee Airman, Passes Away At 97Former Tuskegee Airman and Colorado Springs resident Frank Macon died at his home on Sunday.
Need For Volunteers With Food Distribution Groups Grows As Concerns Over Coronavirus IncreaseThanksgiving is a big week for charities to give food to those in need and this year, the need for volunteers is great, too.

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