Denver Public Schools is making changes to the times when they provide meals to students during the coronavirus pandemic.
Denver Public Schools Makes Changes To Grab-And-Go Meal TimesDenver Public Schools is making changes to the times when they provide meals to students during the coronavirus pandemic.
DUI Suspect Brenda Johnson Spits On Arvada Police OfficerA 62-year-old woman suspected of driving under the influence spit on a officer in Arvada on Sunday morning, investigators said. Brenda Johnson was quoted as saying, “There’s some Corona for you, now all you need is a lime.” Katie Johnston reports.
National Jewish Health Asks Volunteers To Make Masks To Slow Spread Of CoronavirusA hospital in Denver is asking volunteers to sew masks for people who have or may have COVID-19. Katie Johnston reports.
Homeland Security: Terrorists May Use Coronavirus To Incite ViolenceThe Department of Homeland Security is warning that terrorist groups may try to exploit the COVID-19 pandemic to attack already strained healthcare systems. Katie Johnston reports.
Denver Museum of Nature & Science Donates Supplies To Fight Coronavirus In ColoradoThe Denver Museum of Nature & Science is the most recent organization to step up to help health care workers on the front lines of the fight against the coronavirus. Katie Johnston reports.
Krystal Lee Kenney Could Move From Prison To A Halfway HouseKrystal Lee Kenney could be moved to a halfway house after spending just two months of her three-year sentence behind bars. Katie Johnston reports.
Tips for Calming Kids’ Anxiety During The Coronavirus PandemicExperts at the Children’s Hospital Colorado have put together a list of ways families can help kids cope with anxiety and stress. Katie Johnston reports.
Residents Could Face $999 Fine For Violating Stay-At-Home Order In DenverIf you are caught violating the statewide stay-at-home order in Denver, you will get a warning -- the first time. After that, you could be fined up to $999. Katie Johnston reports.
Denver Radio Station To Play Christmas Music To Spread Cheer During Coronavirus PandemicThe Denver radio station you turn to for holiday spirit is hoping to spread some cheer as Colorado copes with the coronavirus pandemic. KOSI 101.1 FM is bringing back Christmas music Friday morning from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. on the Jenny & Jay Morning Show. Katie Johnston reports.
John Elway And Denver Broncos Donate Over $500,000 To Colorado Coronavirus Relief FundFirst, the Denver Broncos donated $500,000 to the Colorado COVID-19 Relief Fund. Then, John Elway made a personal contribution of $50,000 to the fund. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Dies After Car Crashed Into Yard Of Cherry Hills Village PropertyOne man is dead after a car smashed through a fence into the backyard of a home in Cherry Hills Village. Police have closed westbound East Belleview Avenue near South Clarkson Street for the investigation. Katie Johnston reports.
Former Westminster Cop Pleads Guilty In Federal Rape CaseA former Westminster police officer accused of raping a woman in Broomfield while he was on duty, and she was in custody, has pleaded guilty in federal court to one count of violating her civil rights. Katie Johnston reports.
Roy Orbison And Buddy Holly Hologram Concert Coming To Colorado In OctoberDecades after their passing, rock legends Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison will "appear" on stage in Denver, Fort Collins and Colorado Springs. Katie Johnston reports.
Hillary Rodham Clinton And Chelsea Clinton To Stop In Denver On Book TourHillary Rodham Clinton and her daughter, Chelsea Clinton, will attend an event in Denver to promote their new book. Katie Johnston reports.
Gun Violence Against Children And Teens In Denver Is IncreasingThe number of children and teens killed by gun violence in Denver is rising, and so is the number of youth charged with gun-related crimes. Katie Johnston reports.
Deputies Seize $5.7M In Marijuana From 40 Illegal Grows In Southeast ColoradoThe Las Animas County Sheriff's Office says it busted 40 illegal marijuana cultivation sites during the summer -- seizing drugs with a black market street value of $5.7 million. Katie Johnston reports.
Young Giraffe Kazi Joins Dobby And Herd At Denver ZooThe Denver Zoo announced the arrival of a 2-year-old male reticulated giraffe named Kazi. Curtis Silva reports.
Bear Cub Crushed By Trash Dumpster In Jefferson CountyA bear cub died after a dumpster tipped over and fell on top of it. Katie Johnston reports.
White Claw Hard Seltzer Confirms Nationwide ShortageThe hard seltzer brand confirmed a nationwide shortage in the United States, sparked by the drink's rising popularity. Curtis Silva reports.
Hatch Or Pueblo? New Mexico Fires Up Chile Rivalry With Ad Blasting ColoradoThe long-fought-over question is back: Who has the better chile? Colorado or New Mexico? Our neighbor neighboring state to the south is adding fuel to the fire with a new add claiming they’re the “Chile Capital of the World.” Katie Johnston reports.
Bear Found Behind Rocky Mountain High School In Fort CollinsA bear found in a neighborhood behind Rocky Mountain High School in Fort Collins was relocated to the woods on Wednesday. Officers with Colorado Parks and Wildlife captured the bear and gave it a ride out of town. Katie Johnston reports.
Denver Broncos 2019 Season PreviewKatie Johnston speaks with CBS Denver's Michael Spencer to preview the Denver Broncos upcoming season. Katie Johnston reports.
Donations Needed To Save Dog With Arrow Lodged In SkullVeterinarians in Colorado are working to save the life of a dog with an arrow lodged in his skull. Katie Johnston reports.
Wildlife Officers Unknowingly Pick Up Slithery HitchhikerTwo aquatic technicians drove back from water sampling in Lincoln County when they saw a snake pop out from under the hood.