Pick 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.

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Aurora Public Schools Requires All Student Athletes To Show Proof Of Vaccination Or Be Tested For COVIDThe Colorado High School fall sports season starts at the end of the month and Aurora Public Schools have come out with their vaccination policy for their student-athletes.
Hundreds Without Natural Gas In Denver For Nearly A WeekFrustration is boiling over in Denver’s Elyria Swansea neighborhood, as a natural gas outage stretched into a sixth day Monday. Xcel Energy says 700 customers were initially affected, and on Monday evening about half had service again.  
Natural Gas Outage Stretches Into 6th Day In Elyria-Swansea NeighborhoodThe natural gas outage has stretched into a 6th day in Denver's Elyria-Swansea Neighborhood, leaving hundreds without hot water or able to use their stove.
Denver City Council To Vote On Landmark Designation For La Alma Lincoln Park NeighborhoodThe Denver City Council is considering designating La Alma Lincoln Park as a historic cultural district.
COVID Vaccine Will Be Required For All Denver City Employees By End Of SeptemberDenver Mayor Michael Hancock announced a public health order on Monday morning that mandates city employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by the end of September.
All Denver City Employees Will Required To Be Vaccinated By End Of SeptemberDenver Mayor Michael Hancock announced a public health order on Monday morning that mandates city employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by the end of September.
State Parks Free On Monday For Colorado Free DayState parks are waiving admission on Monday for Colorado Free Day.
Colorado's Lucy Spacecraft Takes First Step In Its Journey To SpaceCBS4 was there as a Colorado-built probe left the state on its first step to space.
Company Says GPS Showed Where Stolen Truck Was Yet Victims Say Aurora Police Showed Little InterestThe company of the stolen truck knew where the vehicle was thanks to GPS, but say Aurora police didn't want the tools to track down the truck.
Gov. Jared Polis Signs Executive Order Giving Tenants More Time Before EvictionThe amended executive order for Colorado states that more time is needed to provide aid to tenants.
CDOT Says Drivers Should Pack A Few Extra Things While Traveling This SummerWith flash flood warnings and severe weather, the Colorado Department of Transportation wants drivers to prepare for anything when traveling.
Debris, Rising Water Rush Along Black Creek As Flash Flood Warnings Plague Glen Haven, Cameron Peak Fire Burn AreaRain in Glen Haven triggered flash flood warnings and road closures in anticipation of mudslides in the Cameron Peak Fire burn area.
Dandies Celebrate 50 Years Of Training Horses, Raising Future Leaders“The Dandies,” a team of teenaged girls, are celebrating 50 years of training horses and raising future leaders as they perform at Cheyenne Frontier Days.
Former Governor Dick Lamm Dies at 85Former Colorado Governor Dick Lamm has died, just a four days shy of his 86th birthday.
Dozens Rescued As Mudslides Cover I-70 In Glenwood CanyonMore than 100 people were rescued after massive mudslides trapped them on I-70 on Thursday night near the Hanging Lake Tunnel.
Federal Eviction Moratorium Expires Saturday Local Landlords ReactLandlords in Denver respond to the scheduled expiration of the federal eviction moratorium.
Boulder, Cherry Creek Schools See Record Summer School Turnout Following Pandemic Learning LossSummer school has notoriously been the last thing students want to do during the summer months, but this year Boulder school officials saw record participation in the program, which came to a close this week.
Community Groups Coming Together To Help Residents Facing Eviction In East Colfax NeighborhoodSeveral local groups are working to provide assistance those who need help paying their rent as the federal eviction moratorium expires on Saturday.
Adams 12 Five Star Schools Faces Staff Shortage Just Weeks Before School Resumes This FallAdams 12 Five Star Schools is facing a shortage of about 215 positions.
COVID In Boulder: Push For Restaurants To Consider Requiring Proof Of VaccinationsAs COVID-19 cases continue to rise, more restaurants and businesses are asking their patrons to show they are vaccinated.
CDC Says COVID Vaccine Booster Isn't Necessary- YetThe CDC says people who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 do not need a booster shot – yet.
Signatures To Get Ballot Initiatives On The November Ballot Due MondayThe ballot will likely include three statewide ballot measures.
Few RTD Riders Wear Masks Despite Federal Mandate That Requires Face CoveringsA federal mandate requires that face masks be worn while riding public transit but few RTD riders acknowledge the requirement.
Aurora Family Fears Hate Crime, Moves Out After Bullets Strike HomeAn Aurora family is in fear for their lives after their home was struck by multiple bullets in the middle of the night.

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