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United States Issues 1st Passport With 'X' Gender Marker For Dana Zzyym Of ColoradoThe United States has issued its first passport with an "X" gender designation.
Firefighter Larry Wyant Dies While Battling Eastern Colorado Grass FireA volunteer firefighter on Colorado's Eastern Plains died on Tuesday while battling a grass fire. Katie Johnston reports.
Michael Driscoll Files Lawsuit Against Denver Police Department, City After Rubber Bullet Cracks Skull During ProtestsA Colorado man has filed a lawsuit against Denver police officers for injuries he received while protesting police brutality in the summer of 2020. Michael Driscoll had joined the protests that happened in the wake of George Floyd's murder.
Data Breach Hits University Of Colorado Boulder CampusAnother data breach compromised some personal information of staff, students and alum at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Deer Rescued After Getting Caught In FenceA deer that got caught in a fence in Colorado Springs was rescued.
Brighton Police: Suspect In Stolen Vehicle Arrested After 2 Bystanders KilledBrighton police say a suspect in a stolen vehicle hit and killed two people during a chase on Tuesday.
Denver's Outdoor Dining Program Could Become PermanentDenver's Mayor Michael Hancock announced the city's outdoor dining program will be extending for another year.
Denver Receives New USPS High-Speed Package Sorting Machine Before Busy Holiday Shipping SeasonThe machine allows packages to be sorted 12 times faster than before.
2 Colorado Springs Schools Closed Tuesday Due To Threat Of Protests Over Face MasksTwo schools in Colorado Springs were empty on Tuesday due to the threat of protests.
Dog Owner In Colorado Fined After Dog Attacks, Kills DeerColorado Parks and Wildlife officers want to remind dog owners about potential fines if their pets harass wildlife.
Police Investigate Deadly Homicide In Northeast DenverDenver police need help finding a deadly shooting suspect.
Denver City Council Approves $9+ million To Expand Housing Options For HomelessDenver City Council approved $9+ million to expand housing options for the city's homeless.
Elk Freed From Swing Around NeckColorado Parks and Wildlife freed an elk that had become stuck in a child's swing.
Chautauqua Trail Closed For Repairs Through FridayChautauqua Trail is closed to hikers this week while the trail is resurfaced.
Colorado-Based Aerospace Company Teams Up With Blue Origin For Commercial Space StationA Colorado-based aerospace company is teaming up with Blue Origin for a commercial space station.
Colorado Woman Robin Pelkey Identified As Alaska Serial Killer's VictimDNA testing confirmed the identity of a woman believed to be a victim of serial killer Robert Hansen, Alaska authorities announced Friday. Katie Johnston reports.
Tarantulas On The Move In Southern ColoradoTarantulas are migrating in Southern Colorado as they look for a mate.
Colorado Governor Orders Flags Lowered On Tuesday After Death Of Firefighter Darcy StallingsGov. Jared Polis has ordered flags to be lowered to half-staff across Colorado on Tuesday after the death of a Yuma firefighter.
Container Homes: Is this the future of modern living?Watch the report on CBS4 News at 10 p.m.
Police Chase Of A Stolen Car Ended In Rollover Crash On I-76 In BrightonA police chase of a stolen car ended in a rollover crash in Brighton on Monday.
A Basin Offers Special Deal For Those Getting Vaccinations This WeekendSkiers can get a free bloody mary if they get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Lakewood Officer Clocks Camaro Going 52 MPH Above Speed LimitPolice used the situation as a reminder for drivers to follow traffic laws.
Broncos Trade Draft Picks To Los Angeles Rams For Inside Linebacker Kenny YoungThe Broncos have acquired linebacker Kenny Young and a 2024 seventh-round pick from the LA Rams. In exchange, the Broncos are sending a 2024 sixth-round pick back to LA. Katie Johnston reports.
Judge Rules David Lesh Illegally Used National Lands To Promote Outdoor Apparel CompanyA federal court judge convicted a Colorado business owner who claimed he was “not getting noticed being super ‘eco this’ and ‘eco that’” with using U.S. Forest Service lands without permission in his social media campaign.

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