The Cameron Peak Fire Has Grown To More Than 167,000 Acres Leaving 700 People Still Evacuated From Their HomesAs the Cameron Peak fire continues to grow many residents are still evacuated out of precaution as crews continue to fight the fire.
New COVID-19 Restrictions: Denver Limits Group Gatherings To 5 People, Requires Face Masks In More SettingsDenver Mayor Michael Hancock announced new limits on group gatherings and new requirements for face coverings in more settings. Officials warned that more restrictions on restaurants, bars and other businesses will be implemented if the number of COVID-19 cases continues to increase.
Denver Fire Has Crews Helping With The Cameron Peak Fire & The August Complex Fire In CaliforniaDenver Fire crews are helping with the Cameron Peak fire here in Colorado as well as the August Complex fire in California.
Greeley Has Canceled Their Lights The Night Parade Due To The Ongoing PandemicInstead of a parade they will host a drive through holiday display on November 27th and 28th.
Researchers At CU Boulder & CU Anschutz Have Developed New Technology To Diagnose Sickle Cell DiseaseThe new test is smaller than a quarter and can diagnose the blood disease in just one minute.
The University Of Denver And Budweiser Events Center Will Host Several Upcoming NCAA Hockey TournamentsThe NCAA has awarded the event center in Loveland the 2021, 2022, and 2026 division one men's ice hokey west regional tournament.
Westbound I-70 Exit To Coloraod Blvd Will Be Closed This WeekendAs construction continues on the I-70 expansion project, the westbound exit to Colorado Blvd will be closed from 8pm Friday to 5:30am Monday.
Return To In-Person Learning Helps Colorado Families With Special Needs StudentsThe cost of learning at home is being weighed for all students. Nowhere is it possibly more difficult than among “multi-intensive” classes and dealing with children with special needs.
Denver Protest Shooting Update: Lee Keltner's Wife Calls Announcement Of Charges 'A Positive First Step'Lee Keltner's wife issued a statement following Denver District Attorney Beth McCann's announcement that her office will be filing second-degree murder charges against Matthew Dolloff.
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East Troublesome Fire Continues To Burn Unchecked At 4800+ AcresFire crews estimated the size of the fire burning in Grand County at 4,800 acres.
'Wait And See': Cameron Peak Fire Evacuee Can't Get Home After Helping Fight Fires In CaliforniaThe Cameron Peak Fire has burned 167,153 acres since it ignited on Aug. 13.
Security Cameras, Other Measures In Place To Protect Voters, Drop Off Ballot BoxesTeams collect ballots from the drop boxes around town multiple times a day with multiple layers of security.
Colorado Housing Connects Receives $927,000 Grant To Help Renters & HomeownersColorado Housing Connects received a grant for $927,000 last month to help the organization serve people struggling to pay rent or keep their homes.
COVID-19 Changing Travel Trends: Road Trips, Ski Towns, Renting A House Among Top Choices In 2021Breckenridge is among the top spots listed as a destination for a road trip.
Bass Pro Shops, Cabela's, Macy's Hiring Holiday StaffThe retail stores are looking to hiring hundreds of people in the Denver metro area for the holidays.
Loveland Ski Area Still Making SnowLoveland Ski Area is getting ready to open in the next couple of weeks by making snow.
Ad From Proposition 118 Supporters Has Some Truth, Lots Of OpinionProp 118 would require that most Colorado businesses provide paid family and medical leave for their workers. CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd gives the ad a Reality Check.
'I Don't Feel Safe In Aurora Anymore': City Seeing Spike In Violent CrimeAurora has seen a significant rise in violent crime compared to last year.
Richard Holzer Pleads Guilty To Plotting To Blow Up Pueblo's Temple EmanuelFederal agents say Richard Holzer, a known white supremacist, wanted to drive the Jewish people out of Pueblo.
Arvada Girl Scout Receives National AttentionJulia Trujillo is one of 10 teens in the U.S. to be named a National Gold Award Girl Scout.
An Instacart Drop Off Turned Out To Be More Than Just Groceries, It Was Also A Bit Of KindnessWhen Katie Keane received her Instacart delivery, her shopper Brittany included a few extra items for the mom and her kids as a gift and way to ease a hectic time.
DPS & Denver Health Are Teaming Up To Provide Free COVID Tests To Students With SymptomsA new partnership between Denver Public Schools and Denver Health will provided free COVID tests for any students who are experiencing symptoms.
A Record Number Of Colorado Voters Are Turning In Their Ballots EarlyWith the record number of people voting already some claims of voter intimidation have been reported on social media. The state looked into those claims and found no evidence of voter intimidation. All ballot drop boxes in the state are monitored 24/7 by surveillance.