Reality Check: Sen. Cory Gardner's Ad About Health CareCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd puts the ad about pre-existing conditions to the test.
Group Of Young Women Changing The Way History Is Taught In Denver Public SchoolsThe students at Martin Luther King Jr. Early College created the curriculum.
6 Protesters Arrested In Connection With 4 Separate Protests In AuroraThe protests happened June 27, July 3, July 12 and July 25.
CU Boulder Making Students Move Out Of Dorm To Create Isolation Spaces After Spike In COVID-19 CasesStudents living at a high-rise dormitory at the University of Colorado Boulder must move out by Sunday, just days after they were notified the rooms will be needed for isolating students with COVID-19. The move will double the number of available dorms by using Darley North in Williams Village for quarantined students.
Home Explosion In Gypsum: Investigation Underway, Some Evacuations RemainInvestigators are set to comb through what’s left of a house in Gypsum that was torn apart by an explosion and fire on Thursday. The home exploded south of Gypsum High School after a gas leak and authorities evacuated the neighborhood.
After Fatal Shooting In Walmart Parking Lot, Lakewood Officers Kill Gunman NearbyLakewood police officers shot and killed a man who fatally shot a person in a car in a Walmart parking lot on Friday morning. The initial shooting happened at 10:25 a.m. at the store at 4th and Wadsworth Boulevard and the killing of the shooter by police took place a short time later.
Evacuation Orders Are Still In Place For Some Residents After A House Explosion Yesterday In GypsumAfter a home exploded yesterday due to a punctured gas line, 80-90 houses are still evacuated due to unsafe conditions.
Fatal Shooting Reported In Lakewood Parking Lot, Officer Kills Alleged Shooter NearbyA Lakewood police officer shot and killed a person who is suspected of being responsible for a fatal shooting in a Walmart parking lot.
'Very Confident In Upcoming Elections': Colorado's Secretary Of State Talks About Ballot TracingThe USPS was blocked from mailing a postcard which might have confused some voters in Colorado.
Gig Workers Continue To Experience Problems Getting Unemployment Benefits From Colorado Department Of LaborThe unemployment system has had troubles dealing with unique situations.
Mile High Red Cross Volunteers Still Helping People During CoronavirusThe way the volunteers are helping people has changed.
Home Explosion In Gypsum: Underground Gas Leak Confirmed, Neighborhood EvacuatedThe home is located in the area of Valley Road and Cottonwood Pass.
Voters Will Decide On Family Leave Paid Time OffThe measure would pay for employees to take time off for childbirth, taking care of sick relatives.
RTD's N Line Set To Carry Passengers Next WeekThe N Line runs from from Thornton to Denver with stops in Northglenn, Commerce City.
Paul Hernandez, aka The 'Powder Puff Bandit,' Now Suspected In 5 New Denver Area Bank RobberiesA man and a woman are wanted in connection with several different bank robberies in the Denver metro area over the past three weeks and authorities say the man, Paul Hernandez, is well known to law enforcement.
Home Explosion In Gypsum: Underground Gas Leak Confirmed, Neighborhood EvacuatedA home exploded in Gypsum Thursday afternoon. Town officials confirmed an underground gas leak in the area and the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office said residents in the Chatfield Corners neighborhood have been told to evacuate.
CHSAA Announces Details For Fall, Spring Football SeasonsThe Colorado High School Activities Association has announced details for the newly-approved fall high school football season, and for the spring football season coming in 2021.
Double Shooting In Commerce City Investigated As Possible Road RageA double shooting in Commerce City appears to be a possible case of road rage. It happened early Thursday morning when a person or people from one car fired shots at another car.
Dozens Protest OSHA Fine Handed Down To JBS For Failure To Protect EmployeesThe fine levied by OSHA on JBS totaled $16,615.
Mandatory Quarantine Ordered For Nuisance Property In Boulder After Coronavirus SpikeBoulder says several other properties are being closely monitored.
Despite Opportunity For Fall Football, Denver Public Schools Prefers Spring SeasonCHSAA voted to approve the variance granted for some high school sports.
Attack Ad Against Senate Candidate John HickenlooperCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd gives the ad a Reality Check.
Day Of Service Bingo Card Promotes Sense Of CommunityXcel Energy's Day Of Service continues through Saturday.
Colorado Department Of Labor And Employment Plagued By Technical ProblemsColoradans entitled to extra $300/week can't get through to get the money.

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