Runaway Semi: CSP Warns Drivers To Slow Down Through I-70 Mountain CorridorColorado State Patrol troopers warned semi-truck drivers to slow down through the Interstate 70 mountain corridor.
COVID Precautions Help Reduce Spread Of Influenza, But Experts Say You Should Still Get The Flu ShotDr. Montano says while September and October are the ideal time to get the shot, it’s not too late.
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness MonthMore than 13,000 women are expected to be diagnosed with cervical cancer this year.
COVID In Colorado: Jefferson County Approved For 5 Star Certification ProgramSome welcome news for restaurants in Jefferson County -- the state approved the county's 5 Star Certification Program. Businesses can apply for higher capacity limits, despite the level of severity reflected on the COVID-19 dial.
Some Students Returned To In-Person Learning At Denver Public Schools TodayMany early learning through fifth grade Denver Public School students returned to the classroom Monday morning, for the first time since Thanksgiving. The district showed us what it is doing to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Boulder County Sheriff's Office Is hiring Seasonal FirefightersThe Boulder County Sheriff's office is looking to hire seasonal firefighters after a tough fire season.
Today Is District Attorney George Brauchler's Last DayBrauchler will stay on though to finish prosecuting the STEM school shooting trial.
Pueblo Mall Vaccine Clinic Had More People In Line Then They Had Vaccines ForThe demand for the COVID vaccine is so high that that a vaccine clinic in Pueblo had more people in line by 8am then they had vaccines to give out.
UCHealth Is Looking For Participants For Phase 3 Of Their Novavax Vaccine TrialUCHealth is entering phase 3 of their Novavax coronavirus vaccine trial and they are looking for participants.
Pitkin County Considers Move To Level Red Amid Surge In Coronavirus CasesPitkin County is home to Aspen, Snowmass, Basalt and Carbondale.
Dumb Friends League Throws "Pittie Party" For Pit BullsThe Pittie Party begins Monday and lasts all week with the emphasis on Pit Bulls and all dogs.
Colorado Parks & Wildlife Helps Deer With Feeder Stuck Around NeckWildlife officers were able to remove the 10-pound feeder from the deer's neck near Pine.
I-25 Closed Monday Night For Work On North Express Lanes ProjectInterstate 25 will shut down between Highway 34 and CO 402 on Monday night through Tuesday morning.
Young Students In Denver Public Schools Return To In-Person LearningEarly learning through fifth grade students returned to in-person learning on Monday morning. Last week, DPS showed us the steps they've taken to keep teachers and students' safe.
Asset Education: New Curriculum Gives Students Tools To Calm Their Minds And FocusThere's a educational curriculum given to teachers to help their students with their mental health.
Handful of Broomfield Businesses Allowed 50% Capacity MondayTwenty-two businesses in Broomfield, 16 of which are restaurants, are now able to operate at 50% capacity.
Users Report Continued Problems With Colorado's New Updated Unemployment Benefit SystemNot only does the new website not work for some filing regular claims, but some filing for pandemic unemployment are being told it could be late January or February before they can work out the issues.
Protesters Gather In Denver For 'Remove Trump' Rally And Car ParadeDemonstrators gathered at South High School with signs saying "Impeach Trump" before caravanning in their cars for the COVID-safe rally.
Congressman Crow Shares Report About Attack On Capitol And Police ResponseThe conversation covered the violent and deadly riots at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 and events leading up to it.
Weekend Snow May Increase Danger Of Human-Triggered AvalanchesAfter a storm when the Rockies are capped with fresh powder, it's hard not to want to go up to the hills to have a little fun, but the Colorado Avalanche Information Center says be careful where you make your playground.
Digital TV Newscast 1-11-21CBS4 is covering Colorado first!
Warming Trend Set To Get The Week Up And RunningWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet Applauds Amazon's Decision To Remove ParlerSen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) praised Amazon's decision to remove the social media platform Parler from its services Sunday night.
'It's Not Even A Priority': Colorado Woman Still Waiting For Tags & License PlateFor months, many Coloradans have been trying to get license plates, but because of the pandemic, DMV offices have been closed.

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