A new push to get more people vaccinated in the rural communities of northeast Colorado includes partnerships between the health department and entities the community trusts, such as churches, community groups, and influencers.  

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Police Arrest Rigoberto Valles Dominguez, Police Shooting Suspect, Without IncidentAfter several hours, Colorado law enforcement agencies took a man accused of shooting a Littleton police officer into custody late Friday night.
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Denver Cops File For Injunction To Stop Mandatory VaccinesSeven Denver police officers are asking a judge to issue a preliminary injunction and temporary restraining order preventing the City of Denver from forcing them to either receive a vaccine against COVID-19 or face termination.
Wongel Estifanos Died Due To 'Multiple Operator Errors' On Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park RideThe report on the deadly accident on the Haunted Mine Drop amusement ride at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park that claimed the life of 6-year-old Wongel Estifanos has been released.
Denver Broncos Fans Return To Empower Field At Mile High For Touchless ConcessionsDenver Broncos return to Empower Field At Mile High for the first regular season home game.
Focus On New Moms, Pregnant Women In Colorado Naloxone Project ExpansionThe Colorado Naloxone Project has expanded its pilot programs into two labor and delivery units in the state.
Community Still Waiting For Answers In Olde Town Arvada Deadly ShootingA critical response team finished it's investigation into the Olde Town Arvada deadly shooting and turned over the findings to the DA.
Rural Hospitals Worry About Staffing As COVID Vaccination Deadline ApproachesThe deadline for health care workers to get vaccinated is quickly approaching.
Colorado Department Of Transportation Hiring 150 Highway Maintenance WorkersThe Colorado Department of Transportation wants to hire about 150 permanent and temporary employees.
Semi Strikes I-70 Bridge In Lakewood, Drives OffThe driver of a semi traveling on Interstate 70 in Jefferson County struck part of a bridge before daybreak on Thursday.
Gabby Petito Case Turns Spotlight On Dozens Of Other Missing Persons CasesThe Gabby Petito case in Wyoming has drawn criticism for lack of coverage of other missing and murdered persons.
Review Board Finds Aurora Police Need More De-Escalation TrainingThe Aurora Police Department Review Board has recommended more training after watching video of a forceful arrest.
STEM Exhibits Will Be Front & Center This Saturday At Energy DayAs part of the festival, 30 teams from across the state will compete in Kendrick Castillo Memorial Robotics Tournament.
Civic Center Park Renovations Include Central Gathering Area, Making Bannock Street Part Of The ParkOne hundred and two years ago, in 1919 when Denver’s Civic Center Park was opened, the idea of what a park was for was much different.
'You Could Get This And Be Dead Tomorrow': Former COVID Skeptic Reflects On Near-Death Battle With VirusAs the delta variant of COVID-19 surges throughout the country, hospitals in northern Colorado are among those that are at or near capacity in their ICUs.
Leticia Stauch Murder Trial Moves ForwardA judge in Colorado Springs on Thursday ruled that there's enough evidence for the case against Leticia Stauch to go to trial. Stauch is charged with killing her 11-year-old stepson Gannon Stauch in early 2020.
Broadway Is Back: Shows Return To The DCPA This FallAfter 18 months, Broadway shows are returning to the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. On CBSN Denver, we talked to John Ekeberg, the Executive Director of DCPA’s Broadway and Cabaret.
Semi Strikes I-70 Bridge In Lakewood, Drives OffThe driver of a commercial vehicle traveling on Interstate 70 in Jefferson County struck part of a bridge and then left the area.
5280 Trail Would Connect Neighborhoods In Denver's Downtown CoreThe 5280 Trail would connect Capitol Hill, Lincoln Park and the Ballpark neighborhoods.
While Colorado's Economy Is Coming Back, Minority-Owned Businesses Still Struggling To SurviveGov. Jared Polis says Colorado's economy is coming back strong but research shows that minority-owned businesses are still struggling.
Despite FDA Approval On COVID Vaccine Boosters, Confusion Remains For SomeThe FDA approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for boosters for a certain group of people but there is still some confusion.
CSU Pueblo Student Robert Killis Arrested After Detectives Find Large Cache Of Weapons, Ammunition In Vehicle, ApartmentPueblo County Sheriff's detectives arrested Colorado State University Pueblo student Robert Killis.

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