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Denver Prepares For The Potential Of Armed Protests Ahead Of The InaugurationCivic Center park and government buildings around downtown Denver now have fences in case of protests.
Colorado Sees Increase In Multisystem inflammatory syndrome Among ChildrenMulti-Symptom Inflammatory Syndrome in children is called MIS-C and there's been a spike last month.
Denver Public Schools Students Start Petition Urging District To Vaccinate TeachersStudents want their teachers to have access to COVID-19 vaccines before a return to in-person learning for older students.
Mass Vaccination Sites Need More Than Just Enough COVID VaccinesThe issue isn't necessarily with the number of vaccines, but finding staff available to give the vaccines.
CSU Researchers Discover 'Lasso Locomotion' That Allows Snakes To Slither Up Smooth PoleThis is the first new mode of locomotion discovered in snakes in more than 100 years.
Colorado's Space Industry Trying To Understand Why Space Command Is MovingThe military is planning to move the US Space Command from Colorado Springs to Huntsville, Alabama.
State Lawmakers Focus On Minority-Owned Businesses During SessionState lawmakers say those businesses most at risk during the pandemic need extra help, but not all legislators agree.
Olympic Swimming Medalist Klete Keller Released But Ordered To Stay Away From DCKlete Keller is facing charges of knowingly entering a restricted building to impede an official government function, disorderly conduct, and obstructing law officers.
Updated ID Process To Prevent Fraud Welcomes Colorado Unemployment Benefit SeekersThe new system is expected to help prevent fraud with unemployment benefits and is required by the federal government.
COVID Is Forcing The Annual Marade In Honor of Martin Luther King Jr. To Be A Virtual Event This YearEvery year Denver hosts one of the countries biggest tributes to Martin Luther King Jr. with the cities marade.
High Winds Will Continue Thursday Into Friday In Summit CountyA high wind warning remains in place as another night of high winds are expected in the high country.
Denver Is Focusing On Getting Vaccine Into Neighborhoods, Underserved CommunitiesDenver Mayor Michael Hancock has joined other mayors from around the country in asking President-elect Joe Biden for more local control over access and distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Colorado Leaders Believe Decision To Move Space Command Was PoliticalPolitical leaders on both sides of the aisle are slamming a decision by the Air Force to move the United States Space Command out of Colorado to Alabama. 
Mayor Suthers Lambasts News Of Space Command Moving To AlabamaColorado Springs Mayor John Suthers did not hold back his emotions as he responded to reports of the new Space Command moving to Huntsville, Alabama.
A Loss At The Denver Zoo Has Lead To An Unexpected Bond Among The OrangutansA male orangutan has taken on an unusual role at the Denver Zoo, after the death of the family's matriarch last month.
President Donald Trump Is Now The First President In U.S. History To Be Impeached TwiceThe final vote was 232 to 197, with 10 Republicans joining all 222 Democrats in supporting a single article of impeachment charging the president with “incitement of insurrection.”
Despite The Cancellation Of The Stock Show The Staff Is Busy Spending January Giving BackFor the first January in over 100 years, the parking lots near I-70 and Brighton Boulevard are empty.
Westminster School District Calls To Cancel Standardized Tests For Second Year In A RowDue to the challenges of students learning at home the Westminster School District is asking to cancel standardized test for this year.
Businesses Run By Woman Have Had An Especially Hard Time Recovering During The PandemicOne Colorado woman shares her story of being a small business owner during the pandemic.
COVID In Colorado: How To Register To Get The Vaccine If You Are 70+The Centers for Disease Control are now recommending that everyone 65 and older get the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible, but here in Colorado, Gov. Jared Polis said the focus remains on getting people 70 and older vaccinated.
CBS4 Health Specialist Kathy Walsh Volunteers For Novavax COVID Vaccine Clinical TrialColoradans can now volunteer for a major study of a new COVID-19 vaccine developed by Novavax.
Governor Polis Gives Update On States Plan For Vaccine DistributionThe federal government now says not to hold back second doses of vaccine and to give everything that is on hand.
6th Avenue Closed During Early Morning Hours Due To FireThe closure involved 6th Avenue at I-25 due to a fire.
Colorado Leaders, Law Enforcement Prepare For Planned ProtestsThe FBI alerted authorities across the country of groups are calling for the "storming" of courthouses in all 50 states.

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