Colorado Lifting Capacity Restrictions On Indoor Gatherings And Changing Mask Requirements For KidsThe state health department is ending capacity restrictions on large, indoor gatherings in Colorado. The new public health order goes into effect on Tuesday.
CBS4's Kathy Walsh Says 'Thank You' After 37 Years On The JobCongratulations on 37 wonderful years at CBS4, Kathy Walsh!
COVID In Colorado: State Crosses Threshold For 3 Million Vaccinations AdministeredColorado Gov. Jared Polis marked a big milestone in the state's fight against coronavirus on Saturday.
COVID In Denver: Some Guidelines Still In Place As Memorial Day Weekend Activities Get GoingThe Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of summer and without last year's COVID-19 restrictions, a lot of people might be out celebrating.
Colorado Bill Would Give Free Contraceptives To People Living In The U.S. IllegallyA Colorado bill would provide free contraceptives and reproductive care to people living in the U.S. illegally.
UCHealth Looks Ahead To Potential COVID Vaccine Boosters In ColoradoAs Colorado's COVID vaccination rate increases, many people are wondering if they will need a booster, and when.
Children's Hospital Colorado Says Mental Health In The State Has Reached Emergency LevelsAs Colorado heads in the right direction in the pandemic, there are new calls for more mental health help for young people.
Rep. Diana DeGette Holds Hearing On Vaccine MisinformationThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a study calling vaccine misinformation a "major barrier" to reaching herd immunity. Congresswoman Diana DeGette held a hearing on Wednesday in an effort to gain public trust.
Colorado Offering $1 Million Giveaway For Vaccinated ResidentsColorado is giving away $5 million dollars in an incentive campaign to encourage more Coloradans to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Colorado Considers Lottery Incentive To Boost COVID Vaccine NumbersColorado is looking closely at COVID vaccine lotteries in Ohio, Maryland and New York.
Dr. Dave Hnida: Take Precautions For First 'Maskless' Holiday In More Than A YearFor the first time in more than a year, Coloradans are making plans for a maskless holiday.
Colorado Could Offer Lottery Prize To Vaccinated PeopleThe move is already in play in a few other states.
Children With Autism Get First Dose Of COVID Vaccine At Firefly Autism In LakewoodFirefly Autism in Lakewood hosted a vaccination event on Saturday with some of the recipients of the vaccine being children living with autism.
Face Masks No Longer Required At Coors FieldStarting Friday, May 21, face masks will no longer be required at Coors Field.
COVID In Colorado: Doctors Seeing Children Of All Ages Facing Mental Health ChallengesThe COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on many people's mental health, and doctors at Children's Hospital Colorado say children aren't exempt from that.
EPIC Conferences Opens Conversation On Diabetes CareThe Children’s Diabetes Foundation is holding its annual EPIC Conference with a focus on connectivity.
Colorado Scientists Calling For Indoor Air RegulationTwo Colorado scientists joined dozes of others to call for what they dubbed a "paradigm shift" to combat infection.
Denver City And County Employees Will Begin Phased Return To The Office Starting June 1Denver City and County employees will begin a phased return to the office starting June 1.
King Soopers Ending Mask Requirement For Fully Vaccinated Customers And WorkersStarting on Thursday, King Soopers and City Market stores will no longer require customers, employees and vendors to wear face masks -- if they are fully vaccinated
Denver Siblings Join Study Of A COVID Vaccine By NovavaxThree Denver siblings are the first children in Colorado to join the clinical trial for the COVID-19 vaccine made by Novavax.
Colorado Doctors & Experts Urging People To Maintain Safety As COVID Data Slowly TapersExperts and those who track COVID-19 data in Colorado say it's still circulating, and it's enough to be concerned.
Denver City And County Employees Will Begin Phased Return To The Office Starting June 1Denver City and County employees will begin a phased return to the office starting June 1.
Eagle County Lifts All COVID-19 RestrictionsThe county will lift coronavirus restrictions on Wednesday.
Squirrel's Positive Plague Test Leads To Reminder From Colorado Health OfficialsA squirrel tested positive for the plague in El Paso County.

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