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Strasburg High School Football Team Makes Up For Time Lost On The FieldPractice began the same week teams would already be a few games into their regular season.
After Wastewater COVID Tests, CSU Quarantines 2 Residence Halls On Fort Collins CampusCoronavirus testing will be done for residents in a tent set up just outside the buildings.
'September Surprise:' CBS4 Analysts Explain How The Supreme Court Nomination Firestorm Affects Colorado PoliticsCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd has the Weekly Reality Check with Democratic and Republican analysts.
Reality Check: Attack Ad On Senate Candidate John HickenlooperCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd breaks down the ad attacking Democratic Senate candidate John Hickenlooper.
University Of Denver Students, Staff Get Tested For COVID-19 On CampusThe university is private but must follow the City of Denver guidelines.
Denver Water Customer Worries Poor Recordkeeping Could Cost Taxpayers ThousandsThe Lead Reduction Program will ensure that people don't get lead poisoning.
Colorado Sends Postcards Urging Residents To VoteSome people who received the postcards cannot vote in Colorado.
Breckenridge Is Celebrating Oktoberfest A Bit Differently This Year Due To CoronavirusYou will still be able to get an annual stein but there will be no large gathering on main street.
Police Arrest Parolee Leon Gladwell, Say They Shot Him After He Blew Up His Hotel RoomLongmont police have taken a man into custody who they say blew up his hotel room using propane tanks. Leon Gladwell was out on parole after murdering his grandmother in 1998.
Police Arrest Parolee Leon Gladwell, Say They Shot Him After He Blew Up His Hotel RoomLongmont Police have taken a man into custody who they say blew up his hotel room using propane tanks. Leon Gladwell was out on parole after murdering his grandmother in 1998.
Coloradans Without Vehicles Look Forward to Community-Based COVID-19 TestingThe transition from large-scale testing centers is moving to expansion of community-based testing sites.
Neighbors Living Near Morey Middle School Homeless Camp Question Student Safety When Classes ResumeResidents ssay the threat to their safety and the illegal activity remains steps from their doors.
CU Boulder Students Feel 'Trapped' After Gathering Ban For 18-22-Year-OldsThe order was issued by the Boulder County Health Department and went into effect at 4 p.m. on Thursday.
Democratic Senate Majority PAC Ad Attacks Cory GardnerThe ad is meant to convince voters who don't like President Donald Trump that Sen. Cory Gardner is no different, but the evidence they use to back it up is weak at best.
Missing Mom: Suzanne Morphew's Brother Starts Independent Search With 100 VolunteersSuzanne Morphew was reported missing on Mother’s Day, May 10, after leaving her home in Mayesville.
Amendment B Is On The Ballot In ColoradoNo matter where you live, it will impact you in some way.
Some New RTD Employees Call Agency UnethicalThey claim RTD didn't follow through on a $2,000 signing bonus promise.
Denver Issues Public Health Order Targeting College-Age Residents After Coronavirus Outbreaks At UniversitiesOne outbreak is at Regis University, one at Metro State, eight at the University of Denver.
Students At CU Boulder 'Frustrated And Disappointed' By New Ban On GatheringsWith the number of COVID-19 cases still growing on the University of Colorado Boulder Campus, even stricter measures are being put in place to prevent further spread of the virus.
A Search Lead By The Brother Of A Missing Mother From Chaffee County Is UnderwayThe brother of a missing Chaffee County woman started his own search on Thursday with about 100 volunteers. Suzanne Morphew was reported missing on Mother’s Day, May 10, after leaving her home in Mayesville to go for a bike ride.
County Health Officials Ban Gatherings For 18-22 Year Olds In Boulder To Slow Spread Of COVIDNew positive cases of COVID-19 are still steadily rising in Boulder County, and have been for three weeks. On Thursday, Boulder County Public Health issued a new Public Health Order ordering all people between 18 and 22 to stop all gatherings.
Tensions Rise In Downtown Denver After Evening Of ProtestsDenver police arrest at least one person after they were seen holding a gun following peaceful protests.
Denver Police Swarm Man Seen With Gun Near ProtestsA man was arrested after he was seen holding a gun feet way from protesters and a CBS4 crew.
Male Detained After Denver Police Respond To Vehicle Driving Into ProtestDenver police say they responded to a vehicle that drove into a group of protesters near Colfax Avenue and Broadway Wednesday night.

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