• All Lanes I-70 Closed This Weekend In Central 70 Project Construction Zone

    All Lanes I-70 Closed This Weekend In Central 70 Project Construction Zone
    DENVER (CBS4)– Drivers can expect one major, temporary closure on Interstate 70 this weekend, as well a permanent one. The closures come as crews continue work on the Central 70 Project, which includes the reconstruction of a 10-mile stretch of I-70 and demolition of a 56-year-old viaduct between Brighton and Colorado Boulevards.
    (credit: CBS)
    The temporary closure, which starts Friday night at 10 p.m., involves both eastbound and westbound I-70 between Steele/Vasquez and I-270. The area w
  • Coronavirus In Colorado: Adoption Process Looking Very Different

    Coronavirus In Colorado: Adoption Process Looking Very Different
    DENVER (CBS4) – The coronavirus pandemic has forever changed recruitment efforts and the way Colorado children in foster care are introduced to potential families.
    Lauren Arnold, Chief Executive Officer of the Adoption Exchange, admits the restrictions that have resulted from COVID-19 have “been really hard on the kids and on families.”
    “It’s a tough time for those in foster care and those who have found homes,” she said.
    She also says recruiters are dealing w
  • 2 Men Killed In Industrial Accident At Colorado Cheese Plant

    2 Men Killed In Industrial Accident At Colorado Cheese Plant
    GREELEY, Colo. (AP) — Two men were killed while working on a pipe extension project at a cheese plant in northern Colorado. Weld County Coroner Carl Blesch says 25-year-old Odaniz Javier Ortiz Quinones, of Greeley, and 47-year-old Joseph Jarvis Jr., of Greensboro, North Carolina, were working on the roof of the Leprino Foods plant in Greeley on Monday when the accident happened. (credit: Thinkstock)
    Investigators say a high-pressure pipe suddenly discharged, killing the men and injuring a
  • Denver Weather: Severe T-storm Watch For All Of Eastern Colorado

    Denver Weather: Severe T-storm Watch For All Of Eastern Colorado
    DENVER (CBS4) – Several SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS HAVE BEEN POSTED ACROSS DOUGLAS, ELBERT AND EL PASO COUNTY. For storms that have produced pea size to ping pong ball size hail in certain areas from Castle Pines down to Monument and out to Parker.
    A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH is in effect for for the majority of Colorado’s Front Range and Eastern Plains thru 9pm Friday.
     
    (credit: CBS4)
    It has been a largely quiet severe weather season so far in the Denver metro area particula
  • Advertisement

  • Weekend Events: Virtual Garth Brooks Concert, App-Led Scavenger Hunt, Virtual Art ‘Color Party’

    Weekend Events: Virtual Garth Brooks Concert, App-Led Scavenger Hunt, Virtual Art ‘Color Party’
    DENVER (CBS4)– There’s plenty to do around town this weekend! Here are some fun activities you and your family can enjoy either virtually or in person.
    LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 14: Garth Brooks performs on stage at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards which broadcasted live on FOX at the Microsoft Theater on March 14, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images for iHeartMedia)
    This weekend, country music legend Garth Brooks will be preforming on
  • Van Carrying Small Pets Stolen From Westminster Hotel Parking Lot

    Van Carrying Small Pets Stolen From Westminster Hotel Parking Lot
    WESTMINSTER, Colo. (CBS4) — A van carrying crates of small animals — such as birds an guinea pigs — was stolen from a hotel parking lot near 104th Avenue and Church Ranch Boulevard at about 11 p.m. Thursday, according to Westminster police.
    The van was left running to allow the refrigeration unit to keep the animals safe as they were being delivered to local pet stores. Police say the van has to be running to maintain proper temperature control for the animals.
    “The manif
  • Guest commentary: Meaningful change requires recognizing racism’s pervasiveness

    Guest commentary: Meaningful change requires recognizing racism’s pervasiveness
    Along with many others, I´ve been emotionally struck by the tragic death of George Floyd. A resounding chorus of protests against the killings of Floyd and other Black people by police recently has rightly associated those killings with deeply entrenched racism that continues to infect our country. As the cries and chants on the streets punctuated the pain and frustration that racism still yields, again another Black man, Rayshard Brooks, fell to the police in Atlanta.
    When I was in the fi
  • Kit Carson, Part Of Pioneer Monument At Colfax And Broadway, Removed By Denver Crews

    Kit Carson, Part Of Pioneer Monument At Colfax And Broadway, Removed By Denver Crews
    DENVER (CBS4)– The Kit Carson portion of the Pioneer Monument at Colfax Avenue and Broadway was removed by Denver city crews on Friday afternoon. It’s the latest statue to be dismantled in Denver. (credit: CBS)
    This week, a Civil War statue in front of the Colorado State Capitol was toppled and damaged. The statue and its base have been repeatedly vandalized since the George Floyd death protests began in Denver.
    (credit: CBS)
    At least a dozen people tied a rope around a statue that h
  • Advertisement

  • Natalie Dormer And Nathan Lane Talk Nailing It In ‘Penny Dreadful: City Of Angels’: ‘A Great Challenge And A Lot Of Fun’

    Natalie Dormer And Nathan Lane Talk Nailing It In ‘Penny Dreadful: City Of Angels’: ‘A Great Challenge And A Lot Of Fun’
    Penny Dreadful: City Of Angels season one comes to an end this Sunday, June 28th at 10:00PM ET/PT on SHOWTIME. A “spiritual descendant” of the original Penny Dreadful series, City Of Angels is set in 1938 Los Angeles and explores the building of the city’s first freeways and its deep traditions of Mexican-American folklore, the dangerous espionage actions of the Third Reich and the rise of radio evangelism.
    CBS‘ Matt Weiss spoke to series stars Natalie Dormer and Nat
  • Denver Public Schools Will Offer Full In-Person Learning In Fall

    Denver Public Schools Will Offer Full In-Person Learning In Fall
    DENVER (CBS4) — Denver Public Schools will offer full in-person learning for all students in the fall, officials announced Friday. Students will have virtual learning option if they don’t feel comfortable going back. Masks required for students and staff, unless there’s a medical exception.
    (credit: iStock/Getty Images)
    RELATED: Denver Public Schools To Remove School Resource Officers
  • Elijah McClain Death: Aurora Police Officers Removed From Regular Duty

    Elijah McClain Death: Aurora Police Officers Removed From Regular Duty
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) — The Aurora Police Department says the officers involved in Elijah McClain’s death have been removed from regular duty. Police confirmed the move nearly a year after McClain’s death. The case has gained international attention lately, with activists, politicians and celebrities speaking out and demanding justice.
    Elijah McClain (credit: James Vigil)The department confirmed Nathan Woodyard and Jason Rosenblatt were moved on June 13 and Randy Roedema was mov
  • Denver Weather: Large Hail And Damaging Wind Possible Friday Afternoon

    Denver Weather: Large Hail And Damaging Wind Possible Friday Afternoon
    UPDATE: A SEVERE WEATHER WATCH was issued early Friday afternoon for the majority of Colorado’s Front Range and Eastern Plains.
    DENVER (CBS4) – It has been a largely quiet severe weather season so far in the Denver metro area particularly when it comes to hail. That could change Friday afternoon with the first bona fide threat for large hail in several weeks.
    A “slight risk” for severe weather has been officially declared for Denver and the Front Range as well as most of
  • Colorado Pronghorn Fawn Doing Well After Car Hits Mother

    Colorado Pronghorn Fawn Doing Well After Car Hits Mother
    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – An orphaned pronghorn is recovering well at the Wet Mountain Wildlife Rehab Center. Photos show the fawn drinking from a bottle and we’re told she is gaining weight.
    The fawn’s mother died after being hit by a car. A couple saw the pronghorn giving birth and pulled the fawn from the mother then notified Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
    CPW says that couple saved the fawn’s life. Wildlife officers didn’t say whether the doe was giving bir
  • VIDEO: Driver Smashes SUV Into Truck At Englewood Police Station

    VIDEO: Driver Smashes SUV Into Truck At Englewood Police Station
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – Newly released video shows how an alleged road rage altercation came to a crashing halt right in front of the Englewood police station. Officers say Erika Boudreaux was driving a SUV and following a truck. They say she pushed the truck off the road and into a wall.
    (credit: Ellis Arnold | Colorado Community Media)
    The driver of the truck ran into the police station, the woman aimed her SUV at him but hit a light pole. She then tried to run away but officers c
  • ‘Lena Waithe Taught Us How To Stand In Our Truth’: Birgundi Baker On Showtime’s ‘The Chi’

    ‘Lena Waithe Taught Us How To Stand In Our Truth’: Birgundi Baker On Showtime’s ‘The Chi’
    (CBS Local)– “The Chi” is back on Showtime for season 3 and fans of the show will be seeing much more of actor Birgundi Baker.
    Baker plays Keisha Williams on Lena Waithe’s drama about life in Southside Chicago and became a series regular this season after being a guest star in seasons one and two. The actor is excited about the positive feedback she’s received so far about the new season.
    “It was tough. I did a big jump from seasons one and two to season
  • Fraud In Ballots By Mail In Colorado? Not Much

    Fraud In Ballots By Mail In Colorado? Not Much
    DENVER (CBS4) – Ballots are due Tuesday in Colorado’s latest election. People are making their picks and getting their mail ballots in.
    Colorado’s election is not truly an all-mail election. People still can vote in person, but those numbers have been going down with the advent of vote-by-mail. In our primary earlier this year, only 2.5% of voters cast ballots at polling stations. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, an even greater percentage of people seem likely to vote by mail. O
  • Damage Estimate From Denver Protests Eclipses $1 Million

    Damage Estimate From Denver Protests Eclipses $1 Million
    DENVER (CBS4) – The City of Denver says $1,034,782 in damage was done during recent protests downtown. Officials also said their overall response led to $2.57 million in overtime costs for the city.
    A firework explodes behind a line of police officers during protests next to the Colorado State Capitol on May 30. (credit: Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images)
    The costs include graffiti clean up, boarding up broken doors and windows and general damage repair.
    The city also says a glass art installati
  • Underserved Students Want To Make Sure They’re Not Forgotten As DPS Plans For Budget Cuts

    Underserved Students Want To Make Sure They’re Not Forgotten As DPS Plans For Budget Cuts
    DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Public School Board continues to looks at ways to tackle its historic budget shortfall and local advocacy groups want to ensure, beyond the numbers, inequities across DPS communities are a priority.
    “A lot of people think equity means equal. One to one. But it doesn’t. It means the individuals that have been historically marginalized in communities, the Black community for example, they are going to need more resources in order to be able to comp
  • Hiker Dies After Falling 30 Feet Near Summit Of South Boulder Peak, Another Badly Hurt

    Hiker Dies After Falling 30 Feet Near Summit Of South Boulder Peak, Another Badly Hurt
    BOULDER, Colo. (AP) – A 23-year-old hiker died after falling about 30 feet near the summit of a mountain peak near Boulder. Boulder County Sheriff’s officials say a thunderstorm stranded the man and a 19-year-old woman on South Boulder Peak on Wednesday evening. The woman was seriously injured when she fell on slippery rocks while coming down from the summit, and the man fell when he tried to help her.
    He was flown by helicopter to a nearby hospital, where he died of a head injury. T
  • Sharon Osbourne And Sheryl Underwood On Hosting The Daytime Emmy Awards: ‘Get Your Popcorn, It’s Going To Be Good’

    Sharon Osbourne And Sheryl Underwood On Hosting The Daytime Emmy Awards: ‘Get Your Popcorn, It’s Going To Be Good’
    The Daytime Emmy Awards come to CBS for the 14th time on Friday, June 26th at 8:00PM ET/PT. This year’s awards will be very different than year’s past as the show goes social distant in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
    This year’s show will be hosted remotely by the ladies of The Talk as they guide viewers through a night of awards, performances and speeches on America’s Most Watched Network. CBS‘ Matt Weiss spoke to hosts Sheryl Underwood and Sharon Osbourne ahead o
  • Self-Driving Vehicle Delivers Food To Westminster Nonprofit

    Self-Driving Vehicle Delivers Food To Westminster Nonprofit
    WESTMINSTER, Colo. (CBS4) – The City of Westminster, the nonprofit Growing Home and French company Easy Mile have teamed up to make sure families have the food they need during the coronavirus pandemic. Growing Home works with families and children in the northern part of the Denver metro area and seen a huge increase in need.
    (credit: CBS)
    “We’ve seen a three to seven times increase in demand for food during the COVID crisis,” explained Karen Fox Elwell, the Growing Hous
  • VIDEO: Group Of People Pull Down Statue That Honors Christopher Columbus In Denver’s Civic Center Park

    VIDEO: Group Of People Pull Down Statue That Honors Christopher Columbus In Denver’s Civic Center Park
    DENVER (CBS4) – At least a dozen people tied a rope around a statue that honors Christopher Columbus in Denver’s Civic Center Park overnight and pulled it down. It’s the second statue outside the Colorado State Capitol with ties to historical controversy to come own in as many days.
    At daybreak the statue was over on its side and on the ground.-COLUMBUS STATUE DOWN-
    Overnight a group of 10+ people used ropes to topple over a statue which honors Christopher Columbus.
    This is the
  • Denver Weather: Large Hail And Damaging Wind Possible Friday

    Denver Weather: Large Hail And Damaging Wind Possible Friday
    DENVER (CBS4) – It has been a largely quiet severe weather season so far in the metro area particularly when it comes to hail. That could change Friday afternoon with the first bona fide threat for large hail in several weeks.
    A “slight risk” for severe weather has been officially declared for Denver and the Front Range as well as most of the Eastern Plains. On a scale that goes from 1 to 5, “slight risk” is 2 and is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
    (source:
  • Future Leaders Winner, Ethan James, Has A Clear Vision Of The Future

    Future Leaders Winner, Ethan James, Has A Clear Vision Of The Future
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) –   Every month through the school year, CBS4, along with the Colorado School of Mines and PDC Energy, gives the Future Leaders award to high school students excelling in science, technology, engineering and math. The winner gets $1,000 and a profile on CBS4.
    (credit CBS)
    This month’s winner is Ethan James, a rising senior at DSST Montview. James is fascinated by the eyes.
    “The anatomy of the eye is so intricate, and detailed, and unique to any ot
  • Mom Defends Swim School’s Technique After Video Surfaces Showing 9-Month-Old Being Dropped In Water

    Mom Defends Swim School’s Technique After Video Surfaces Showing 9-Month-Old Being Dropped In Water
    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4)– A Colorado Springs mother is defending the method of teaching her son to swim after a viral video got more than 50 million views. The video shows Krystal Meyer throwing her 9-month-old into a swimming pool.
    (credit: TikTok)
    He surfaces within seconds, with his mom by his side. The method is used by a swim school in Colorado Springs and other places.
    They teach infants how to surface should they accidentally fall into the water.
    (credit: TikTok)
    Meyer said sh
  • Reality Check: New Ad Frames Andrew Romanoff As Political Opportunist

    Reality Check: New Ad Frames Andrew Romanoff As Political Opportunist
    DENVER (CBS4)– If the barrage of ads is any indication, there could be an upset in the Democratic Senate Primary.
    Former Gov. John Hickenlooper seemed to have the nomination sewn up until a series of controversies over the last few weeks.
    Now, his supporters have a new PAC and are going on the attack. Their ad questions the liberal bona fides of former Speaker of the State House Andrew Romanoff.
    CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd gives the ad a Reality Check.
    http://www.leg.state.co.us/C
  • ‘I Want Justice’: Elijah McClain’s Friends Hope Attention Will Inspire Change

    ‘I Want Justice’: Elijah McClain’s Friends Hope Attention Will Inspire Change
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Friends and coworkers of Elijah McClain are relieved to finally see calls for justice getting louder as the City of Aurora and the State of Colorado move toward independent investigations into his death. McClain died in August 2019 after an altercation with Aurora police.
    Elijah McClain (credit: James Vigil)
    “Just a bright kid in a beautiful place, he helped a lot of people. He was a beautiful person,” said James Vigil who was a massage therapist with McC
  • Police Accountability Bill Sponsored By Colorado Congressman Joe Neguse Passes House

    Police Accountability Bill Sponsored By Colorado Congressman Joe Neguse Passes House
    (CBS4)– Colorado Congressman Joe Neguse helps pass major police reform legislation out of the U.S. House of Representatives. The bill includes banning chokeholds and no-knock warrants in drug cases. (credit: Mark Reinstein/ Getty Images)
    The bill moves onto the U.S. Senate.
    A new police accountability law in Colorado is the first in the country to hold officers personally liable for wrongdoing. Gov.Jared Polis signed the bill on Juneteenth, just 16 days after it was introduced.
  • Colorado Congressman Joe Neguse Sponsors Bill To Help The Outdoor Recreation Industry

    Colorado Congressman Joe Neguse Sponsors Bill To Help The Outdoor Recreation Industry
    DENVER (CBS4)– Helping put people back to work while also helping to restore and protect our public lands is the goal of a new bill in Congress. Rep. Joe Neguse, a Democrat representing Colorado at the U.S. Capitol, is the lead sponsor of the bill.
    (credit: CBS)
    The bill would direct billions of dollars in funding toward wildfire prevention and conservation programs, including $9 billion for the Civilian Conservation Corps to hire and train new workers.
    It would also provide $7 billion in
  • Stapleton Community Submits 150+ Possibilities For New Names

    Stapleton Community Submits 150+ Possibilities For New Names
    DENVER (CBS4)– The community has submitted more than 150 ideas for the new name to rename Denver’s Stapleton neighborhood. The community is named after a former Denver mayor who was a member of the Ku Klux Klan.
    (credit: CBS)
    Earlier this month Stapleton’s Master Community Association voted to change the name. The HOA has compiled a list of more than 150 possible suggestions.
    A new advisory board, which includes a representative from Black Lives Matter, will narrow the list to
  • Swim School Video Goes Viral After 9-Month-Old Dropped Into Water

    Swim School Video Goes Viral After 9-Month-Old Dropped Into Water
    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4)– A Colorado Springs mother is defending the method of teaching her son to swim after a viral video got more than 50 million views. The video shows Krystal Meyer throwing her 9-month-old into a swimming pool. (credit: TikTok)
    He surfaces within seconds, with his mom by his side. The method is used by a swim school in Colorado Springs and other places.They teach infants how to surface should they accidentally fall into the water. (credit: TikTok)
    Meyer said she
  • CSU Receives More Funding For Its Vaccine Candidate For COVID-19

    CSU Receives More Funding For Its Vaccine Candidate For COVID-19
    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – The Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority gave Colorado State University nearly $700,000 to for its vaccine candidate for COVID-19. This funding will allow a team of infectious disease researchers at CSU to further develop a novel virus inactivation process, called SolaVAX.(credit: CSU)“These are things we train for and prepare for all our lives in some cases,” said Ray Goodrich, executive director of the Infectious Disease Research
  • Former Colorado Rockies Pitcher Chad Bettis Says He’s Retiring From Baseball

    Former Colorado Rockies Pitcher Chad Bettis Says He’s Retiring From Baseball
    DENVER (CBS4)– Former Rockies pitcher Chad Bettis announced he was retiring from baseball on Thursday night. Bettis posted a statement announcing his decision on instagram.
    Bettis spent seven seasons with the Rockies and was currently a non-roster invite for the New York Yankees.Chad Bettis #35 of the Colorado Rockies pitches against the San Francisco Giants in the bottom of the first inning at AT&T Park on June 26, 2018 in San Francisco, California.(Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty
  • Concealed Carry Permits Drop From $100 To $52 In Weld County

    Concealed Carry Permits Drop From $100 To $52 In Weld County
    WELD COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams is reducing fees again for concealed carry weapons permits. In an announcement Thursday, Reams said he reached an agreement with the board of county commissioners to cut the fees in nearly half.(credit: CBS)
    According to a news release, the board signed off on Reams’ proposal to reduce CCW fees to $52.50 from $100. The sheriff said the fee reduction is appropriate given the recent passage of Senate Bill 217 – the &ldquo
  • Excessive Force Lawsuit: ACLU Sues Denver Police After George Floyd Death Protests

    Excessive Force Lawsuit: ACLU Sues Denver Police After George Floyd Death Protests
    DENVER (CBS4) — The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the City of Denver, claiming Denver police used excessive force when dealing with protesters in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
    The ACLU filed the lawsuit on behalf of Black Lives Matter 5280. The complaint seeks an order banning Denver law enforcement from deploying tear gas and “less lethal” weapons on peaceful protesters. The lawsuit also seeks compensatory damages for violations of Constitutional rights on
  • ‘They Did Not Give Him A Chance’: Widow Challenges 2019 Lakewood Police Shooting Of Dentist Scott Johnson

    ‘They Did Not Give Him A Chance’: Widow Challenges 2019 Lakewood Police Shooting Of Dentist Scott Johnson
    LAKEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4)– The widow of a Littleton dentist, who was shot and killed by Lakewood Police last September, is lashing out at police actions and the subsequent investigation clearing officers of wrongdoing, saying, “They need to have accountability for the people they are shooting at.”
    (credit: CBS)
    The comments from Michelle Johnson this week came at the same time that a CBS4 Investigation obtained surveillance videotape of the fatal shooting of her husband, Scott Joh
  • Second Lady Karen Pence Goes Hiking In Rocky Mountain National Park

    Second Lady Karen Pence Goes Hiking In Rocky Mountain National Park
    ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK, Colo. (CBS4)– Second Lady Karen Pence visited Rocky Mountain National Park on her trip to Colorado on Thursday. She brought along her daughter and said the Pence family has spent a lot of time in The Rocky Mountains. (credit: CBS)
    They went for a hike and even spotted a moose. Pence’s trip focused on mental health and the great outdoors. (credit: CBS)
    “This is where America will come to heal. It’s tough to say because we see our nation hurtin
  • Greeley Man Gets 30 Years To Life For Sexually Assaulting Woman He Met On Facebook

    Greeley Man Gets 30 Years To Life For Sexually Assaulting Woman He Met On Facebook
    GREELEY, Colo. (CBS4) – A Greeley man could spend life in prison after sexually assaulting a woman he met on Facebook. Matthew Shepherd, 40, was convicted of sexual assault by force and unlawful sexual contact in the attack at his home in 2019.
    Matthew Shepherd (credit: Greeley Police)
    Police say the woman had mutual friends with Shepherd and had met him in person once before.
    The woman called 911 on Feb. 17, 2019 and police found she had a large bruise on her forehead and bruises on her f
  • North Capitol Hill Neighbors Host Cookout For Denver Police District 6 Officers

    North Capitol Hill Neighbors Host Cookout For Denver Police District 6 Officers
    DENVER (CBS4)– Some people living in North Capitol Hill hosted a community cookout for Denver Police District 6. The group of neighbors made gift baskets for officers. (credit: CBS)
    They also gave them a supply of goodie bags that officers can hand out while on patrol. (credit: CBS)
    “If there is a child in need and adult in need, we can give them something tangible, something practical, something special, that can just let them know that we’re people and we care about you. We w
  • Pollinator Plots Help Boost Bee, Butterfly Populations In Colorado

    Pollinator Plots Help Boost Bee, Butterfly Populations In Colorado
    YUMA, Colo. (CBS4)– This is National Pollinator Week which celebrates bees, birds and butterflies. One farmer in Colorado is dedicating his land to protect those pollinators.
    (credit: CBS)
    There is a 7-acre field just north of Yuma that may just look like a bunch of weeds, but it is actually the result of a lot of hard work by Nathan Weathers.
    “We’re pretty excited about how it turned out,” said Weathers.
    If you look a little closer though, you’ll see the real treas
  • ‘They Know We’re At A Safety Risk’: Mixed Feelings About Return Of RTD Fares

    ‘They Know We’re At A Safety Risk’: Mixed Feelings About Return Of RTD Fares
    DENVER (CBS4) – There’s mixed emotions about the Regional Transportation District reinstating fares on July 1, after three months of the fares being temporarily eliminated due to the pandemic. Some people have been eagerly anticipating the return of fares, but some bus drivers are concerned it could put their health at risk.
    (credit: CBS)
    The return of fares means bus riders will need to enter buses from the front. When fares were eliminated, riders were entering from the back,
  • Colorado Artist’s Timely Project Takes A Look At View Of Men Of Color & Masculinity

    Colorado Artist’s Timely Project Takes A Look At View Of Men Of Color & Masculinity
    DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado actress and artist Christina Pittaluga created a project to challenge the view of masculinity in men of color and help some of her own models in the series of photographs reexamine what it meant to them. She started the project at the beginning of the year and scheduled the photo shoot weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic but started releasing the images in June just as the country was having a national conversation on race and justice.
    (credit: Christina Pittaluga)
  • Olympian Emma Coburn, Team Boss Get Ready To Run After Coronavirus Isolation

    Olympian Emma Coburn, Team Boss Get Ready To Run After Coronavirus Isolation
    (CBS4)– Olympian Emma Coburn, and her Team Boss teammates will be running for records, and for a good cause, on Saturday evening in Grand Junction.
    BOULDER, COLORADO – MAY 08: Olympic steeplechase athlete Emma Coburn goes for a run during a training session on May 08, 2020 in Boulder, Colorado. Athletes across the globe are now training in isolation under strict policies in place due to the Covid-19 pandemic. (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)
    “All of our track meets for
  • Reopening Colorado: Gaylord Rockies Resort Reopens With Limited Capacity

    Reopening Colorado: Gaylord Rockies Resort Reopens With Limited Capacity
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– The Gaylord Rockies Resort has reopened. The resort near Denver International Airport has also reopened its Arapahoe Springs Water Complex. (credit: CBS)
    The reopening comes with limited capacity and strict social distancing measures. There will also be a movie night on the lawn.Staff has been retrained to use enhanced cleaning technologies.

Follow @ColoradoNews_ on Twitter!