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Denver Mayor Apologizes After Traveling For Thanksgiving Despite Own AdviceDenver Mayor Michael Hancock spoke with CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd about recent criticism for traveling during the Thanksgiving holiday.
1 Injured In Train Derailment On Rawhide Power Plant Property Near WellingtonA train derailment north of Wellington in Larimer County is being investigated. One person was injured in the incident that happened on Friday night.
Holiday Lights Make Early Appearance As People Look For Reason To CelebrateThis year, holiday lights are everywhere as people embrace the joy of the season amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Holiday Traditions Look A Little Different This Year Around The Denver Metro AreaThis year cities in the Denver metro area are evolving to bring joy and cheer amid COVID restrictions.
Black Friday Shoppers Find Coronavirus Protocols In Place Like Social Distancing, MasksSome shoppers didn't let the pandemic impact their Black Friday tradition.
Hospitals In Colorado Prepare For Surge In COVID Cases 2 Weeks After ThanksgivingInfectious disease experts say a surge in COVID-19 cases are likely around the corner, following Thanksgiving gatherings and travel.
Luke Pisano Is This Month's CBS4 Future LeaderEvery month, CBS4 and PDC Energy honor a high school student who excels in STEM subjects.
Breckenridge Dedicates $500,000 To Help Local RestaurantsLocal restaurants are struggling during the coronavirus pandemic and restrictions.
Poudre School Board Wants Teachers, School Staff Prioritized For Coronavirus VaccinesPoudre School Board approved a proposal to call on lawmakers to prioritize COVID vaccines for all district employees before the general population.
Black Friday During The COVID Pandemic: 'Handful' Of Shoppers Waited In Line For Best Buy To OpenCBS4's Makenzie O'Keefe went to the Best Buy in Glendale early in the morning on the day after Thanksgiving and found just a "handful" of shoppers waiting in line for Black Friday deals.
Luxury Train To Moab With Overnight Stop In Glenwood Springs $1,200 TicketThe Rocky Mountaineer moved full steam ahead for plans to launch a preview season starting next August.
Black Friday Shopping A Different Experience This Year Amid Coronavirus PandemicWhile it may be a surprise to see lines for Black Friday deals, a recent survey from Deloitte of Colorado and Western State Shoppers shows there’s still interest.
COVID Patient's Family Pleads For Adherence To Restrictions During PandemicAdam Abitia is still recovering from coronavirus after being diagnosed with COVID-19 in April.
Colorado Heart Gallery Celebrates 15th AnniversaryThe Colorado Heart Gallery has a special connection to children in foster care.
With An Unusual Season At In-Bound Ski Areas, More Expected To Try BackcountryAs more people head to the backcountry, they are urged to be aware of the risks involved and avalanche danger.
Salvation Army Volunteers Deliver Thanksgiving Meals This HolidayVolunteers delivered meals instead of hosting a large holiday gathering this year due to COVID restrictions.
This Year's Black Friday Sales Look A Little Different Due To COVIDThe small businesses are the ones to focus on as many face an uncertain future during the coronavirus pandemic.
Emails Show Colorado Unemployment Resources Were Already Lacking At Start Of Coronavirus PandemicThe emails show the department is still operating on an unemployment technology system from the 1980s.
Denver Health Has Told Their Employees To Expect The First Shipment Of Vaccines For Staff In Mid DecemberAs pharmaceutical companies get closer to finalizing a vaccine for COVID, Denver Health will be among the first to get the vaccine in Colorado.
Over A Million Dollar Annual Grocery Bill Is What It Takes To Feed 3,000 Animals At The Denver ZooWith hundreds of species of animals and many different dietary needs a small team of workers handle feeding over 3,000 animals at the Denver Zoo.
Union Leaders Want Safer Work Conditions As Counties Enter Level Red RestrictionsThe refusal of Weld County Commissioners to seek enforcement of COVID Level Red guidelines is leading to push back from the United Food and Commercial Workers Union.
Aurora Public Schools Serves 8,000 Free 'Grab & Go' Thanksgiving Meal Kits From High-Tech BusAurora Public Schools is using a newly-renovated bus to safely serve 8,000 free, hot "grab & go" Thanksgiving meal kits on Wednesday at multiple locations. The new bus allow for self-service from heated and refrigerated compartments ensuring social distancing between community members and staff.
Volunteers Of America Sees A Surge In Numbers Of People Wanting To Help In Colorado During PandemicThe nonprofit is helping those with food insecurity this holiday season.
Volunteers Of America Sees A Surge In Numbers Of People Wanting To Help In Colorado During PandemicThe nonprofit is helping those with food insecurity this holiday season.

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