Woman In Colorado Treated For Rare Blood Clots Related To Johnson & Johnson COVID VaccineUCHealth has a way to treat patients if they develop blood clots after getting the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
State Lawmakers Consider Fees On Everything From Gas To Pizza Delivery To Fix Colorado's RoadsA draft of a bill by Democrats in the state legislature includes about $3.9 billion in new fees and $1.5 billion in general fund and stimulus dollars.
Former Cult Member Reacts To Discovery Of Leader's 'Mummified' Remains In Colorado HomeThe Saguache County Sheriff's Office arrested seven people after investigators found the body of a cult leader inside a home near Crestone in southern Colorado.
'COVID Bandit' Strikes Again, Gives $4,600 Tip At Flagstaff House Restaurant In BoulderA man who identifies himself only as "COVID Bandit" has struck again in the Denver metro area.
2 Denver Police Officers Suspended For Actions During May ProtestsDenver's Department of Public Safety released two separate disciplinary orders for two Denver police officers on Tuesday.
A Student At Metropolitan State University Created The "Phonebook" Turning Smartphones Into LaptopsMSU senior Dominique Hunt saw a need for computers and came up with the "phonebook" which turns a persons smartphone into a laptop.
Now Is The Time To For Mountain Communities To Prepare For Potential Flooding In Burn Scar AreasGrand Lake is one mountain town preparing for the potential of flooding after devastating wildfires last year.
Hundreds Of Fish Died After Tanker Crash Spilled Fuel Into North St. Vrain Creek In LyonsColorado Parks and Wildlife has a better idea of how many fish died after a tanker truck flipped over and spilled gas into the North St. Vrain Creek in Lyons last week.
Laney Malavolta Identified As Woman Killed In Colorado Bear AttackThe woman killed in a bear attack near Durango last week has been identified as Laney Malavolta. An autopsy for Malavolta, 39, from the La Plata County Coroner revealed that the cause of death is "perforating injury to neck."
'She Is Scared, She Is Anxious': Karen Garner's Family Says 73-Year-Old Has Regressed Since Forceful Arrest By Loveland PoliceThe family of a 73-year-old Loveland woman living with dementia says her mental state has regressed since her arrest last June by former Loveland Police Officer Austin Hopp.
Tuesday May 4th CBSN Denver Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer gives you his best bet for tonight's Rockies second game of a double header and a basketball prop he likes a lot.
Westminster Mayor Herb Atchison Has Resigned Following The Advice Of His DoctorHis resignation comes after four decades of service in a variety of jobs in the community.
The 2021 Class At CU Will Celebrate Graduation With A Virtual Commencement Ceremony ThursdayMore than 9,300 undergrad and graduate degrees will be awarded.
Denver Will Start Work On Lincoln Street To Make Improvements For Bus TravelConstruction will be between Ohio Avenue and 5th Avenue and is expected to be completed within 2 weeks.
US Forest Service Will Start Using Timed-Entry Pass System For Mount Evans & Brainard LakeThe reason for the changes is to cut down on lines and wait times.
'COVID Bandit' Strikes Again, Gives $4,600 Tip At Flagstaff House Restaurant In BoulderA man who identifies himself only as "COVID Bandit" has struck again in the Denver metro area. Katie Johnston reports.
CU Boulder Is Hosting A Mobile Clinic For Johnson & Johnson COVID VaccineThe school plans to host more of theses clinics throughout the summer to help students get vaccinated.
Laney Malavolta Identified As Woman Killed In Bear AttackThe woman killed in a bear attack near Durango last week has been identified as Laney Malavolta. An autopsy for Malavolta, 39, from the La Plata County Coroner revealed that the cause of death is "perforating injury to neck."
Winter Park Extends Ski Season Through Mid-MayWinter Park has extended the season that was already extended! Thanks to recent snowfall, the Super Gauge will stay open at Mary Jane through May 16.
Rising Sun Briefly Closed I-70 Near Denver TuesdayThe sun's angle, surrounding terrain and the highway configuration all combine on some days to create a blinding sun glare in the foothills west of Denver.
UCHealth Is Finding Ways To Treat Patients With Blood Clots Linked To The Johnson & Johnson VaccineUCHealth treated a patient who came in with a blood clot 12 days after receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
The National Western Center Has Reached A Major Milestone In ConstructionLast week construction began on the 51st Avenue bridge, it is the first of two bridges that will connect the National Western Center to surrounding neighborhoods.
Catalytic Converter Thefts Are On The Rise In Weld CountyThe sheriffs office says since the beginning of 2021 there have been 15 reported thefts.
Bureau Of Land Management Is Conducting A Prescribed Burn Of The West Dolores Rim In The San Juan National ForestThe purpose of the burn is to help minimize the risk of large wildfires.