The holds were put in place to prevent fraud, but it's impacting legitimate claims for unemployment benefits.
FAA Orders Nationwide Ground Stoppage For Southwest AirlinesComputer problems are leading to more problems on Tuesday for Southwest Airlines at Denver International Airport and other airports around the country.
Jury Finds Devon Erickson Guilty Of Murder In STEM School Shooting TrialA Douglas County jury reached a verdict in the murder trial for Devon Erickson on Tuesday.
Dozens Of Flights Delayed Or Canceled At DIA After Southwest Airlines Computer FailureMore than a dozen Southwest Airlines flights at Denver International Airport were delayed on Tuesday morning and 10 were canceled.
CU Boulder Researchers Study 48 School Shootings & What We Can Learn From ThemIt seems Colorado has been part of the national discussion about school violence ever since the shooting at Columbine High School 22 years ago.
Colorado Art's Community Working Hard To Recover From The PandemicToday Governor Polis signed two bills to help with recovery efforts for the art's community.
Xcel Energy Preparing For Potential Power Problems Due To Heat WaveWith record temperatures for the coming week Xcel Energy is preparing crews for potential power problems due to heat.
Closing Arguments In Devon Erickson STEM School Shooting Murder TrialThe trial for STEM School shooting suspect Devon Erickson has moved into closing arguments. The jury received instructions on Monday morning which was followed by closing arguments.
'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' Returns To Ed Sullivan Theater With Fully Vaccinated Audience Monday NightThe Late Show with Stephen Colbert announced it will return to The Ed Sullivan Theater Monday, June 14 with a full, vaccinated audience.
MLB Shares More Plans For All-Star Game WeekThere will be events at the convention center that fans can attend for free.
Rescue Groups In Colorado Experiencing A Concerning Number Of Emergency Calls In 2021Search and rescue groups in Colorado are already setting records for missions and the summer has only just begun.
Mom Fights With Insurance Company To Get Disabled Daughter WheelchairUnited Healthcare initially denied coverage for a specialized wheelchair for a 3-year-old.
McGregor Square Celebrates Grand OpeningThe outdoor venue near Coors Field opened to the public on Friday but can they hire enough staff to keep crowds happy?
Denver Moves Focus From Quantity To Localized, Targeted Population In COVID Vaccine ProgramWith more than 70% of residents vaccinated, the City of Denver is shifting its coronavirus strategy and closing some testing and vaccination sites.
MSU Denver Offers COVID Vaccine Incentive With Scholarship DrawingMetropolitan State University of Denver announced this week it will offer its own vaccine incentive to students enrolled for classes in the fall with a scholarship drawing.
Outdoor Activities Boom In Popularity Across Colorado As More People Transition From Indoor GymsPick any outdoor activity- skiing, biking, hiking, rafting, camping, fishing… all are seeing increases in people, along with delays in gear production as suppliers recover from COVID-19 to keep up with demand.
Final Arguments In STEM School Shooting Trial Set For MondayBoth sides questioned the final defense witness on Friday.
Governor Polis Announced The Second Winner Of The COVID Vaccine LotteryStephanie Ward was announced today as the second person to win one million dollars from the Colorado COVID vaccine lottery.
Elevator Outage Leaves Denver Apartment Building Residents 'Stuck'Residents of a North Capitol Hill apartment building say with their single elevator out of service for nearly six weeks, they feel as if they are "stuck" in their Denver apartments with few options to leave the building.
'Whole Area Was On Fire': Evacuated Residents Watch As Firefighters Battle Platte River FireFirefighters continue their battle with the Platte River Fire, Friday, by ground and by air. CBS4’s crew watched as helicopters dropped buckets of water on hot spots. Firefighters said crews were still working to knock down a few hot spots.
Insurance Issues, High Lumber Prices Create Struggles For Grand County Homeowners Rebuilding After East Troublesome FireHomeowners trying to regroup following the East Troublesome Fire have discovered the cost to rebuild is a far cry from what insurance adjustors are putting together for the market.
Showing Pride: Rainbow Flags And Signs Have Disappeared But Spirit Of Equality Remains On DisplayPeople in Colorado communities are standing strong and showing their pride, despite the recent disappearance of some displays.
Cries For Denver Public School Board Member Tay Anderson To Step Down Get LouderAmid protests and shouts from angry parents, the DPS Board said it has spent $50,000 on the investigation into Tay Anderson and sexual assault allegations against him.
Denver Art Museum Hosting New Exhibit Called "Oracles Of The Pink Universe" By Artist Simphiwe NdzubeIn the first US solo museum exhibition for South African contemporary artist Simphiwe Ndzube, Oracles of the Pink Universe presents eight new works exploring the interplay between magical realism and history.
Cleaning Up Calwood, Boulder County Takes To The Sky To Heal Burn ScarNearly a year after the Calwood Fire burned more than 10,000 acres, charring many homes as well, Boulder County is working to preserve what remains of the landscape. Scorched trees are now being cut down, chipped and dispersed through what used to be the forest as mulch.