Colorado Hunters Impacted As U.S. Forest Service To Close 440,000+ Acres Of LandHistoric wildfire activity in Colorado prompted the U.S. Forest Service to temporarily close all national forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder and Larimer counties.
Colorado Doctors Share What They've Learned From The Several Months Treating COVID-19 PatientsUCHealth Medical Director of Infection Prevention Dr. Michelle Barron says hospital treatment has evolved since the start of the pandemic.
Small Town Restaurant Opens Big Heart For Cameron Peak Firefighters & EvacueesA restaurant in Laporte, northwest of Fort Collins, is stepping up to help the community devastated by the Cameron Peak Fire.
Fall Babies At Higher Risk For Allergies, Colorado Study FindsMore than five million children, two kids in every classroom, have an allergy to at least one food.
'History Was Made': OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft Touches Asteroid Bennu, Collects SampleScientists say it appears the mission went flawlessly.
Reality Check: A Look At Proposition 113CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd explains what's at stake with Proposition 113.
Nearly A Million Coloradans Have Voted So Far In The 2020 ElectionThe Secretary of State's Office shows nearly a million Coloradans have voted so far -- nearly 1/3 of the total votes from the last presidential election.
Ski Season Guidelines Include Social Distancing, Face Masks, TrackingThe guidelines include anticipated social distancing and face coverings.
Larimer County Rancher Digs Fire Line To Protect His PropertyOne man and his tractor may have kept the Cameron Peak Fire from torching buildings in the Buckhorn Valley.
Coloradans Try To Navigate Evacuations With Large LivestockHundreds of animals went to the Boulder County Fairgrounds on Saturday in response to the CalWood Fire.
The Holiday Season In Downton Denver Will Look And Feel A Bit Different This YearToday the Downtown Denver Partnership announced plans for how they will handle holiday events in light of the pandemic.
Governor Polis Addressed A Rising Number Of Hospitalizations Due To CoronavirusAs positivity numbers of coronavirus continue to rise in Colorado so do hospitalizations. Today the governor addressed the increase and said "We are tired of the virus, but the virus is not tired of us."
The CalWood Fire Has Destroyed Many Structures But The Greenbriar Inn Has Been SparedThe Greenbriar Inn, a Boulder icon, has been spared from the devastating CalWood fire.
Coronavirus Dashboard Launched In Denver Public Schools DistrictDenver Public Schools launched a coronavirus dashboard to help parents get an idea of the number of cases in the state's largest school district. The dashboard also details information on the number of students and staff in quarantine.
First Space Force Enlistees Take Oath And Head To Basic TrainingThe first group of Americans to enlist directly into the Space Force took their Oath of Enlistment in Denver on Tuesday morning, joining the sixth branch of the military. This was a first in the 244 years of the U.S. armed forces.
Containment On Cameron Peak Fire Falls As Crews Battle Wind, Dry ConditionsContainment on the Cameron Peak Fire fell on Tuesday to 51%, down from 62%. The largest wildfire in Colorado history has grown to more than 205,000 acres since it started on Aug. 13.
CalWood & Lefthand Canyon Fires Grow SlightlyBoth of the CalWood and Lefthand Canyon fires grew slightly as firefighters continue to get a handle on them. The CalWood Fire is now 9,365 acres with 17% containment.
Colorado Hunters Impacted As U.S. Forest Service To Close 440,000+ Acres Of LandHistoric wildfire activity in Colorado prompted the U.S. Forest Service to temporarily close all national forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder and Larimer counties. The closure begins at midnight on Oct. 21.
Cold Case Solved: Anthony John Armbrust III Identified As Man Found Dead In 1974, Wife Still MissingThe Park County Coroner’s Office and the DNA Doe Project announced the man found dead in a mountainous region outside of Grant in 1974 has been identified as Anthony John Armbrust III.
E-Scooter Rider Killed: Denver Police Searching For 4 People Seen In Stolen Car That Hit Christopher PattonDenver police are looking for four people seen in a stolen car involved in a deadly hit-and-run crash. Christopher Patton, 26, was riding an electric scooter with a group of friends when he was hit and killed at the intersection of Arapahoe and 14th streets, near the Denver Center for Performing Arts, on Sept. 7.
VIDEO: Mountain Lion 'Stalked' Hunter In Colorado ForestA Colorado man out hunting elk on Sunday was shocked when he realized something else may have been hunting him. A mountain lion was watching him from about 20 yards away.
Coronavirus Pandemic Taking Toll On Eyes As Screen Time IncreasesDr. Nicole Wellensiek has seen a large increase in patients complaining of eye strain, eye fatigue, and dry eye.
Larimer County Dedicates Day To Honor Fallen Boat Ranger, Brendan UnittLarimer County dedicated Oct. 20 as "Brendan Unitt Day" in honor of a Larimer County Natural Resources Boat Ranger who died in August. Unitt responded to a distress call at Horsetood Reservoir when he drowned trying to save someone.
United Way Of Larimer County Activates Cameron Peak Fire Response FundThe United Way Of Larimer County is accepting donations to support firefighters and others who are helping to assist evacuees and others affected by the Cameron Peak Fire.

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