• Negotiators Working Suspected Hostage Situation At Thornton Motel

    Negotiators Working Suspected Hostage Situation At Thornton Motel
    THORNTON, Colo. (CBS4) – Thornton police say they are working to resolve a suspected hostage situation at a motel on 83rd Place. SWAT teams from Thornton and Northglenn and negotiators “are currently attempting a peaceful surrender.”
    Police officials say the suspect is wanted for armed robbery. They made contact with the suspect at around 2:46 p.m. They believe the suspect is armed, but add he has not opened fire.
    Police ask you avoid the area near 84th Avenue and Sherman
  • Denver Public Schools Board Of Education Authorizes Investigation Into Allegations Against School Board Director Tay Anderson

    Denver Public Schools Board Of Education Authorizes Investigation Into Allegations Against School Board Director Tay Anderson
    DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Public Schools Board of Education announced on Tuesday that they have authorized a “thorough and independent fact-finding investigation” in response to the allegations made against Denver Public Schools Board Director Tay Anderson. The DPS Board of Education has secured an agreement with Investigations Law Group.
    Newly elected DPS school board member Tay Anderson, center, gets emotional as he takes the oath of office as his mother, Mia Anderson, swear
  • First Cases Of COVID-19 P.1 Variant Detected In Colorado

    First Cases Of COVID-19 P.1 Variant Detected In Colorado
    (CBS4) — Two cases of the COVID-19 P.1 variant have been detected in Colorado, the Centers for Disease Control announced Tuesday. This is the first detection of P.1 in the state. Both cases are residents of Boulder County.
    (Credit:NIAID-RML)
    The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is investigating possible exposures and performing contact tracing to determine if the variant virus has spread to others.
    Public health officials originally identified the P.1 variant among trav
  • First 2 Cases Of COVID-19 P.1 Variant Detected In Colorado

    First 2 Cases Of COVID-19 P.1 Variant Detected In Colorado
    (CBS4) — Two cases of the COVID-19 P.1 variant have been detected in Colorado, the Centers for Disease Control announced Tuesday. This is the first detection of P.1 in the state. Both cases are residents of Boulder County.
    (Credit:NIAID-RML)
    The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is investigating possible exposures and performing contact tracing to determine if the variant virus has spread to others.
    Public health officials originally identified the P.1 variant among trav
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  • Hear Ye, Hear Ye! Colorado Renaissance Festival To Open This Summer

    Hear Ye, Hear Ye! Colorado Renaissance Festival To Open This Summer
    LARKSPUR, Colo. (CBS4) – The Colorado Renaissance Festival is making a comeback in Colorado. Organizers announced the festival will open July 3 for a full eight week run.
    They say they worked closely with the city of Larkspur.
    (credit: CBS)
    “We are confident we can provide the “laughter, joy and merriment” for Coloradans.Larkspur sits in Douglas County which is part of Tri-County Health. Health officials with that department announced on April 5 masks would not be require
  • Baseball Report: Shohei Ohtani Impressive In Two-Way Start

    Baseball Report: Shohei Ohtani Impressive In Two-Way Start
    (CBSLA) — It was an eventful opening weekend for Major League Baseball. All but two teams got in their first series, which, in the age of COVID, has to be considered a success. Some teams, like the Philadelphia Phillies have looked good. Other teams, like the Oakland A’s, have not. Ultimately, it’s still way too early in a 162-game season to draw any real conclusions. There’s a lot of baseball left to be played.
    This week’s Baseball Report looks at Shohei Ohtani&rsq
  • Colorado Voting Laws In The Spotlight After MLB All-Star Game Comes To Coors Field

    Colorado Voting Laws In The Spotlight After MLB All-Star Game Comes To Coors Field
    DENVER (CBS4)– The voting laws in Colorado are in the spotlight after it was announced that the MLB All-Star Game was coming to Coors Field. Major League Baseball announced the new venue on Tuesday after pulling the game, also known as the Midsummer Classic, from Atlanta over objections to extensive changes to Georgia’s voting laws.
    (credit: CBS)
    MLB moved the game from Truist Park in Atlanta after voting rules were signed into law by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp late last month. Many hav
  • Denver Artist Uses Koi Fish Design In National CAN’d Aid Contest

    Denver Artist Uses Koi Fish Design In National CAN’d Aid Contest
    DENVER (CBS4) – A Denver artist has a fighting chance to feature his creation on Can’d Aid water cans. The cans are filled with drinking water and distributed to communities suffering an emergency.
    (credit: Drew Button/CAN’d Aid Foundation)
    Drew Button is one of five artists in the Can’d Aid CANvas CANpaign. The winner will receive a $5,000 cash prize and will have their design featured on the next round of emergency cans.
    Button’s design showcases a koi fish w
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  • Dr. Dave Hnida’s Message To Those Unsure About Vaccine: Follow The ‘COVID Golden Rule’

    Dr. Dave Hnida’s Message To Those Unsure About Vaccine: Follow The ‘COVID Golden Rule’
    DENVER (CBS4) – Anyone 16 and older is now eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine in Colorado but some people remain hesitant. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida said it’s important to make sure you are talking to your health care provider, not social media, for facts during his weekly question and answer session on CBSN Denver.
    He said we all have a duty as members of the community to protect ourselves and others from the virus.
    “That is truly a ‘COVID Golden Rule&rsquo
  • Sen. Michael Bennet Helps Efforts To Get More Veterans Vaccinated For COVID

    Sen. Michael Bennet Helps Efforts To Get More Veterans Vaccinated For COVID
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– The VA is stepping up efforts to get all veterans vaccinated for COVID-19. Some of that help is coming from Sen. Michael Bennet, a Democrat representing Colorado.
    Bennet toured a temporary vaccine clinic in Aurora on Tuesday. He also talked about his plan to speed the delivery of vaccines while putting veterans to work.
    He introduced a bill last year to create a “health force” to train 100,000 people for jobs in public health, with veterans getting priorit
  • In-N-Out Burger Coming To Thornton And Loveland

    In-N-Out Burger Coming To Thornton And Loveland
    (CBS4) – California-based hamburger chain In-N-Out Burger has confirmed two more locations will open in Colorado — in Thornton and Loveland.
    (credit: Evan Semón/CBS)
    Carl Arena, Vice President of Real Estate and Development says the company is working on a site on the corner of East 136th Avenue and Lincoln Street in Thornton. He says it is still early in the development process.
    “Once we begin construction on a new location, it usually takes us around five to six months
  • It’s Official: MLB All-Star Game Will Be Held At Coors Field

    It’s Official: MLB All-Star Game Will Be Held At Coors Field
    DENVER (CBS4) – The MLB All-Star game will be held at Coors Field this summer, the Colorado Rockies confirmed Tuesday. The game will be held on Tuesday, July 13.
    (credit CBS)
    The game was originally scheduled to be played in Atlanta, but last week Major League Baseball announced it was moving the game from Georgia after the state changed its voting laws.
    DENVER, COLORADO – JULY 31: In this handout image provided by Colorado Rockies, the Colorado Air National Guard flies over as the S
  • FBI Issues Warning Surrounding Scammers, Fake COVID-19 Vaccine Cards

    FBI Issues Warning Surrounding Scammers, Fake COVID-19 Vaccine Cards
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The FBI is on the lookout for scammers who are selling fake COVID-19 vaccine cards, a crime that can send someone to prison for five years.
    Special Agent Scott Argiro from the FBI’s Pittsburgh office spoke with KDKA on Monday.
    He says scammers are taking advantage of the opportunity to create these fake cards, which violate the same kind of laws as fake drivers licenses and fake passports.
    “Yeah, scammers are making money. It hasn&rsqu
  • Sheriff Releases Video Of Samuel Yeager Firing AK-47 At Douglas County Deputy Before He Was Killed

    Sheriff Releases Video Of Samuel Yeager Firing AK-47 At Douglas County Deputy Before He Was Killed
    (CBS4) – Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock says the suspect who was killed in the confrontation with officers near Interstate 25 south of Denver over the weekend fired an AK-47 assault rifle at a sheriff’s deputy. The man who was shot, Samuel Yeager, 23, was identified by the coroner’s office.
    Spurlock’s office released a portion of the video captured by a dashcam of Saturday’s deputy-involved shooting. In it, you can see and hear the deputy that first arrived at
  • COVID Survivor Who Lost Father To Virus Doing ‘Fight For Air Climb’ At Coors Field

    COVID Survivor Who Lost Father To Virus Doing ‘Fight For Air Climb’ At Coors Field
    DENVER (CBS4) — The American Lung Association’s annual Fight For Air Climb has new meaning this year for one participant. Damian Solorzano beat COVID-19, but it was too much for his father, John, who had chronic respiratory problems.
    This year, Solorzano plans to climb 2,000 steps in memory of his dad — and raise money to end COVID-19.
    Because of the pandemic, this year’s event will be held at Coors Field instead of Republic Plaza. Solorzano said he’s looking forwar
  • Nextworld Expanding Headquarters, Adding 300 Jobs In Greenwood Village

    Nextworld Expanding Headquarters, Adding 300 Jobs In Greenwood Village
    DENVER (CBS4) – Nextworld, a Colorado-based software company, is expanding its headquarters in Greenwood Village and adding more than 300 new jobs.
    Nextworld officials say the jobs will span a range of functions in operations, application development, software engineering, product management, and administration. A portion of the planned new jobs are expected to be remote positions.
    The company’s projected average annual wage for the planned jobs is $148,960.
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  • Colorado Health Department Explores Possibility Of Coronavirus Vaccine Passports

    Colorado Health Department Explores Possibility Of Coronavirus Vaccine Passports
    DENVER (AP) – Colorado health department officials say they will explore the possibility of coronavirus vaccine passports. As of Monday, there is no statewide program for vaccine passports. (credit: Getty Images)
    White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said last Friday that any potential vaccine passports would be primarily directed by private businesses. That’s the case in New York, which has partnered with a private company to implement the passport system.Vaccine passports have beco
  • Study: Colorado Ranks No. 1 In Work From Home Environment

    Study: Colorado Ranks No. 1 In Work From Home Environment
    DENVER (CBS4)– A new study shows that Colorado has the highest percentage in the U.S. of those working from home. It also ranks Colorado as the No. 1 state for work environment from your home.
    (credit: iStock/Getty Images)
    According to the latest study from Wallethub, which used Pew Research and U.S. Census Bureau data along with global workplace analytics, Colorado has 8.3% of its workforce still at home, down from the height of the pandemic.
    (credit: Getty Images)
    Colorado ranks high for
  • CDC Issues New Guidance Surrounding COVID-19 Transmission From Surfaces

    CDC Issues New Guidance Surrounding COVID-19 Transmission From Surfaces
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Centers for Disease Control has released new guidance on transmission of COVID-19 from contaminated surfaces.
    The CDC says that people can get infected via contaminated surfaces, but the risk is now low.
    The CDC Director says regular cleaning of these surfaced with soap or detergent works. Disinfection is not always necessary.
    “Disinfection is only recommended in indoor settings, schools, and homes, where there has been a suspected or co
  • 2021 NWSL Challenge Cup Kicks Off On CBS Sports Network Friday, April 9

    2021 NWSL Challenge Cup Kicks Off On CBS Sports Network Friday, April 9
    (CBS Local)- The National Women’s Soccer League is ready to kick off its 2021 Challenge Cup this week and CBS Sports has fans covered for every second of the action this spring. The season begins Friday, April 9 with a rematch of the 2020 Challenge Cup final between the Houston Dash and Chicago Red Stars kicking off at 8:30 p.m. ET on CBS Sports Network.
    From there, the league will see 21 matches played out over the course of the month of April into early May, concluding with the champions
  • Noodles & Company Holds Fundraiser To Help Support Boulder Shooting Victims’ Families

    Noodles & Company Holds Fundraiser To Help Support Boulder Shooting Victims’ Families
    DENVER (CBS4) – Statewide support continues to grow for the families of the victims of last month’s shooting at a King Soopers grocery store in Boulder. On Tuesday, Boulder-founded Noodles & Company is hosting a fundraiser to donate 50% of sales, a maximum of $50,000, from all Colorado locations.
    Funds will be collected from 4 p.m. to close, benefitting the Colorado Healing Fund. The nonprofit collects public donations and coordinates with victim assistance organizations in Color
  • COVID: San Francisco Chinatown Businesses Struggle To Recover From Pandemic Shut Down

    COVID: San Francisco Chinatown Businesses Struggle To Recover From Pandemic Shut Down
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — It’s been a uniquely challenging year for San Francisco’s Chinatown — the coronavirus and a virulent strain of anti-Asian sentiment has left its streets empty and its storefronts empty.
    “We feel like we’re in quicksand,” says Eva Lee with the Chinatown Merchants Association.
    Lee says Grant Avenue — the backbone of Chinatown’s commercial district — has been paralyzed by pandemic. Fewer than 50 of its roughly 200
  • Denver Weather: Storm Set To Bring Rain And Snow To Colorado On Tuesday

    Denver Weather: Storm Set To Bring Rain And Snow To Colorado On Tuesday
    DENVER (CBS4) – Tuesday will start with mostly sunny skies along the Front Range before clouds take over and rain develops around Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins during the afternoon. A few rumbles of thunder are also possible.
    The rain for Denver and the Front Range will become likely mainly after 2 p.m. but a few rain drops are possible even earlier. A good chance for rain showers will continue through at least 6 p.m. when decreasing chances through about midnight. It’s also
  • Colorado Avalanche Close To Franchise Record As They Extend Point Streak To 15 Games, Beat Wild Again

    Colorado Avalanche Close To Franchise Record As They Extend Point Streak To 15 Games, Beat Wild Again
    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Nathan MacKinnon, Andre Burakovsky, Brandon Saad and J.T. Compher scored in a four-goal second period, and the Colorado Avalanche held off the Minnesota Wild 5-4 on Monday night to extend their league-best points streak to 15 games (13-0-2).
    The franchise record is 16 outings with a point from Dec. 27, 2000-Jan. 30, 2001, when the Avalanche went 12-0-3-1 during their Stanley Cup-winning season.
    Gabriel Landeskog also scored, and Philipp Grubauer stopped 21 shots for
  • Pennsylvania Lawmakers Introducing Bill To Ban Transgender Girls From Competing In Women’s School Sports

    Pennsylvania Lawmakers Introducing Bill To Ban Transgender Girls From Competing In Women’s School Sports
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Some Pennsylvania lawmakers are introducing a bill to ban transgender girls from competing in women’s school sports teams. The bill bars anyone designated “male” at birth from competing with female players.
    Critics say anti-trans bans like these harm transgender students and are unnecessary.
    Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has been a supporter of trans rights and will not sign the bill.
    The governor’s office released a statement regarding the bill.
    &
  • Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Declines To Throw 1st Pitch At Rangers Opener, Blames MLB Voter Integrity ‘False Narrative’ After All-Star Game Switch

    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Declines To Throw 1st Pitch At Rangers Opener, Blames MLB Voter Integrity ‘False Narrative’ After All-Star Game Switch
    AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM) — Texas Governor Greg Abbott received an invitation to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at the opening game of the Texas Rangers in Arlington, but he declined citing his displeasure with Major League Baseball’s decision to move this summer’s All-Star game after sweeping changes to voting laws in Georgia.
    Abbott sent a letter to the Rangers saying that the MLB is perpetrating “false political narratives by moving the MLB All-Star Game from Atlanta i
  • India ‘Double Variant’ Strain Of COVID-19 Detected In San Francisco Bay Area

    India ‘Double Variant’ Strain Of COVID-19 Detected In San Francisco Bay Area
    STANFORD, Calif. (CBS San Francisco) — A ‘double variant’ of the coronavirus, rapidly spreading in India, has been detected in the San Francisco Bay Area by Stanford’s Clinical Virology Laboratory. The discovery came while the lab was scanning viral genetic sequences from samples gathered from COVID patients being treated at Stanford-run health care facilities across the Bay Area.
    Researchers said they have one confirmed case and seven others that could be, but need
  • Warrior Star Steph Curry Teams Up With Bruce Lee’s Family To Fight Asian American Attacks

    Warrior Star Steph Curry Teams Up With Bruce Lee’s Family To Fight Asian American Attacks
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — With the help of the family of late action film star Bruce Lee, Golden State star Steph Curry stepped on the court Sunday night to take on the Atlanta Hawks wearing specially designed sneakers to bring attention to the wave of attacks on Asian Americans.
    There has been a rising tide of attacks in the Bay Area and eight people were killed, six of whom were Asian-American women, in last month’s tragic Atlanta-area shootings at a trio of spas.
    Working with the B
  • Younger Coloradans Testing Positives For COVID While Hospitalizations Hold Steadyo

    Younger Coloradans Testing Positives For COVID While Hospitalizations Hold Steadyo
    DENVER (CBS4) –  People out on a beautiful Monday night in Denver were getting some fresh air. Twenty-somethings Bridget Flanery and Kayla Lorenz were walking with masks.
    “I have had people in my family have COVID scares so just like staying vigilant with the precautions until we have herd immunity is like really important to me,” Flanery said.
    “I feel really fortunate, all my roommates are vaccinated so we feel really safe living together,” Lorenz shared.
  • Younger Coloradans Testing Positives For COVID While Hospitalizations Hold Steady

    Younger Coloradans Testing Positives For COVID While Hospitalizations Hold Steady
    DENVER (CBS4) –  People out on a beautiful Monday night in Denver were getting some fresh air. Twenty-somethings Bridget Flanery and Kayla Lorenz were walking with masks.
    “I have had people in my family have COVID scares so just like staying vigilant with the precautions until we have herd immunity is like really important to me,” Flanery said.
    “I feel really fortunate, all my roommates are vaccinated so we feel really safe living together,” Lorenz shared.
  • Younger Coloradans Testing Positive For COVID While Hospitalizations Hold Steady

    Younger Coloradans Testing Positive For COVID While Hospitalizations Hold Steady
    DENVER (CBS4) –  People out on a beautiful Monday night in Denver were getting some fresh air. Twenty-somethings Bridget Flanery and Kayla Lorenz were walking with masks.
    “I have had people in my family have COVID scares so just like staying vigilant with the precautions until we have herd immunity is like really important to me,” Flanery said.
    “I feel really fortunate, all my roommates are vaccinated so we feel really safe living together,” Lorenz shared.
  • Boulder King Soopers Employees Call For More Safety & Transparency Before Returning To Store

    Boulder King Soopers Employees Call For More Safety & Transparency Before Returning To Store
    BOULDER, Colo., (CBS4) – Two weeks after the deadly shooting at a Boulder King Soopers, several employees, as well as the union that represents some of them, are raising concerns about proposals over what happens next. On Friday, Kim Cordova, UFCW Local 7 President, sent a letter to Jon McPherson, VP of Labor & Associate Relations for Kroger, which owns King Soopers, saying the company’s proposal “woefully fails to meet the needs of the workers at Store #33,&rdquo
  • Colorado Researcher Offers Answers For Those With Vaccine Hesitancies

    Colorado Researcher Offers Answers For Those With Vaccine Hesitancies
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Researchers helping the COVID-19 vaccine become a reality as quickly as possible say that was their plan all along because it was essential to fighting this virus long after it had started a pandemic. They argue there are multiple factors unique to the response over the past year that allowed a safe and effective vaccine to arrive in less than a year.
    “It in no way cut corners, it in no way decreased our ability to evaluate safety,” said Dr. Thomas Campbe
  • Baylor Rides Defense, Three Point Shooting To Program’s First-Ever National Championship 86-70 Over Gonzaga

    Baylor Rides Defense, Three Point Shooting To Program’s First-Ever National Championship 86-70 Over Gonzaga
    (CBS Local)- It was the matchup that college basketball fans had been clamoring for all season and in the end Baylor’s defense proved too much for Gonzaga’s high-scoring offense as the Bears earned their first national championship 86-70. It marks the second straight tournament in which a school won their first championship, following up on Virginia’s win in the 2019 NCAA Tournament. The loss ended Gonzaga’s bid for a perfect season meaning that the 1975-76 Indiana Hoosie
  • What’s The Future Of Conventions After Great American Beer Festival’s 2021 Cancelation?

    What’s The Future Of Conventions After Great American Beer Festival’s 2021 Cancelation?
    DENVER (CBS4) – For the second year in a row, the Great American Beer Fest is skunked. The iconic Colorado event usually brings in 60,000 people and millions of dollars to downtown.
    “We understand the fall is a long time away, but when we were looking at all of the unknowns that are on the landscape with COVID. We could not in good conscience move forward asking our brewers to enter reserved space, brew different beers, when we don’t know what the fall is going to look like,&rd
  • Tree Holding Bald Eagles Nest At Barr Lake State Park Falls, Unhatched Eaglets Perish

    Tree Holding Bald Eagles Nest At Barr Lake State Park Falls, Unhatched Eaglets Perish
    BARR LAKE STATE PARK, Colo. (CBS4) — A dead tree supporting a nest for a pair of bald eagles at Barr Lake State Park was discovered fallen recently. Park staff found the nest destroyed and the two unborn eaglets in the water, still curled in the shape of their egg shells, but lifeless.
    (credit: Colorado Parks & Wildlife/Twitter)
    “Bald eagles often choose dead limbs in tall trees,” Colorado Parks and Wildlife wrote in a series of Twitter messages about the incident, “p
  • Wanted: Adams County Sheriff’s Deputies Looking For Armed Robbery Suspect

    Wanted: Adams County Sheriff’s Deputies Looking For Armed Robbery Suspect
    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The Adams County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a suspect they say robbed a Circle K on Washington Street. They responded to the convenience store on Sunday at around 4:45 p.m.
    (credit: Adams County)
    Investigators say the male suspect walked into the store wearing a bandana-styled face mask and showed a semi-automatic handgun to the clerk. The suspect then demanded money, which the clerk handed over.
    The suspect then ran away in an unknown direction
  • Colorado Musicians Eager For Larger Audiences, But Relish With Small Crowds

    Colorado Musicians Eager For Larger Audiences, But Relish With Small Crowds
    DENVER (CBS4) – Concerts will make a comeback to Red Rocks later this month with a fraction of the audience as some indoor venues have already hosted live bands with a limited capacity. The return of shows with venues packed full of people still could be a year away. Musician Stephen Brackett of the Denver-based rap rock group Flobots says the industry needs more time before large crowds can fill arenas and stadiums like before the pandemic.
    (credit: CBS)
    “When we are able to do show
  • Colorado Musicians Eager For Larger Audiences, But Relish Opportunity To Perform Before Small Crowds

    Colorado Musicians Eager For Larger Audiences, But Relish Opportunity To Perform Before Small Crowds
    DENVER (CBS4) – Concerts will make a comeback to Red Rocks later this month with a fraction of the audience as some indoor venues have already hosted live bands with a limited capacity. The return of shows with venues packed full of people still could be a year away. Musician Stephen Brackett of the Denver-based rap rock group Flobots says the industry needs more time before large crowds can fill arenas and stadiums like before the pandemic.
    (credit: CBS)
    “When we are able to do show
  • Pot-Themed Colorado License Plates Expected To Fetch Rocky Mountain High Revenues At Auction

    Pot-Themed Colorado License Plates Expected To Fetch Rocky Mountain High Revenues At Auction
    (CNN) – For the right price, 14 Colorado drivers can show their love for the state’s legal green. Colorado is auctioning rights for 14 different official state license plates with phrases like “BONG,” “GANJA,” “HEMP” and “ISIT420.”
    The revenue from these extremely obvious nods to all things cannabis will go to the Colorado Disability Funding Committee, Democratic Gov. Jared Polis’ office told CNN. This is the committee’
  • Lakewood High Decides Against Having Prom: ‘How Do You Dance & Socially Distance?’

    Lakewood High Decides Against Having Prom: ‘How Do You Dance & Socially Distance?’
    LAKEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – Back to full-time in person learning finally happened for Lakewood High School students Monday.
    “It was in fact quite strange to have what I would say is a normal feeling school day,” Dan Bock, Lakewood High School Principal said.
    (credit: CBS)
    Students had been learning through hybrid and in person before spring break, but something just felt different now that classes were in session five days a week at school.
    “Traffic was back which we haven&r
  • Play Ball: All-Star Game Expected To Be Held At Coors Field

    Play Ball: All-Star Game Expected To Be Held At Coors Field
    DENVER (CBS4) – The MLB All-Star game is expected to move to Coors Field this summer, according to multiple sources familiar with the situation.
    (credit CBS)
    The game was originally scheduled to be played in Atlanta, but last week Major League Baseball announced it was moving the game from Georgia after the state changed its voting laws.
    DENVER, COLORADO – JULY 31: In this handout image provided by Colorado Rockies, the Colorado Air National Guard flies over as the San Diego Padres a
  • 2021 MLB All-Star Game coming to Coors Field, source says

    2021 MLB All-Star Game coming to Coors Field, source says
    The 2021 MLB All-Star Game is coming to Colorado, a league source confirmed Monday night.
    Just days after Major League Baseball decided to move the game out of Atlanta, the source says MLB is expected to officially announce Tuesday morning that the July 13 game will be moved to Denver’s Coors Field.
    “We are excited about the possibility of hosting the All-Star Game and are awaiting MLB’s decision,” Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said in a statement released to The Denver Po
  • Man, Woman Killed In Head-On With Semi Were Driving Stolen Car

    Man, Woman Killed In Head-On With Semi Were Driving Stolen Car
    MORGAN COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — A male driver and his female passenger were killed Sunday near Wiggins when their vehicle collided head-on with a semi.
    Highway 34 was closed between Morgan County Roads 3 and 4 for almost five and a half hours because of the crash.
    Monday, the Colorado State Patrol identified the deceased as 43-year-old Anthony Lucero of Denver and 28-year-old Stephanie Maestas of Lakewood.
    CSP also confirmed that the vehicle they were driving was reported stolen late last we
  • Man, Woman Killed In Head-On With Semi Near Wiggins Were Driving Car Stolen From Denver Area

    Man, Woman Killed In Head-On With Semi Near Wiggins Were Driving Car Stolen From Denver Area
    MORGAN COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A male driver and his female passenger were killed Sunday near Wiggins when their vehicle collided head-on with a semi.
    Highway 34 was closed between Morgan County Roads 3 and 4 for almost five and a half hours because of the crash.
    Monday, the Colorado State Patrol identified the deceased as 43-year-old Anthony Lucero of Denver and 28-year-old Stephanie Maestas of Lakewood.
    CSP also confirmed that the vehicle they were driving was reported stolen late last we
  • COVID In Colorado: U.S. Northern Command To Set Up Vaccination Effort

    COVID In Colorado: U.S. Northern Command To Set Up Vaccination Effort
    PUEBLO, Colo. (CBS4) – The federal government is getting involved in Colorado’s effort to vaccinate as many people as possible against COVID-19. The effort will take place in Pueblo starting next week and will nearly double the number of people able to get vaccinated to some 3,000 each day.
    (credit: CBS)
    Lynn Kimbrough, a spokesperson for FEMA told CBS4, “We will be able to increase the number of people who will be able to get appointments and get a shot in their arms.”
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  • COVID In Colorado: U.S. Northern Command To Set Up Additional Vaccination Effort

    COVID In Colorado: U.S. Northern Command To Set Up Additional Vaccination Effort
    PUEBLO, Colo. (CBS4) – The federal government is getting involved in Colorado’s effort to vaccinate as many people as possible against COVID-19. The effort will take place in Pueblo starting next week and will nearly double the number of people able to get vaccinated to some 3,000 each day.
    (credit: CBS)
    Lynn Kimbrough, a spokesperson for FEMA told CBS4, “We will be able to increase the number of people who will be able to get appointments and get a shot in their arms.”
    T
  • ‘Risk A Lot To Save A Life’: Leadville Firefighter Intern Rescues Man Who Fell 30 Feet Into Old Mine Shaft

    ‘Risk A Lot To Save A Life’: Leadville Firefighter Intern Rescues Man Who Fell 30 Feet Into Old Mine Shaft
    LEADVILLE, Colo. (CBS4) – An intern with Leadville Fire Rescue can now add mine shaft rescues to his list of skills, after coming to the aid of a man who fell 30 feet when an old mine shaft collapsed beneath him.
    (credit: CBS)
    “My first reaction was this is not a call we run often, but we moved into gear and did what we knew we had to do to get him out safely,” said Alex Conlin.
    It was just after 6 p.m. on Sunday when the ground collapsed beneath man, attempting to access his s
  • Denver sheriff’s deputies face pay freeze this year under contract approved by City Council

    Denver sheriff’s deputies face pay freeze this year under contract approved by City Council
    Denver City Council approved a one-year contract Monday night with the union representing sheriff’s deputies, effectively freezing salaries and cutting other benefits for the year that’s already well underway.
    The newly approved contract means deputies will not receive raises this year, Department of Public Safety’s Director of Communications Kelli Christensen said. It also temporarily suspends uniform allowances, premium holiday pay and benefits for seven holidays and longevit
  • Smoke From Barn Fire In Parker Seen For Miles

    Smoke From Barn Fire In Parker Seen For Miles
    PARKER, Colo. (CBS4) – A barn caught fire in unincorporated Douglas County, outside of Parker, Monday evening. South Metro firefighters responded to the bard on East Parker Road.
    Smoke from a barn fire in Parker (credit: CBS)
    They say the fire is contained to the barn, but a smoke plume could be seen for miles.
    (credit: CBS)
    It’s not clear how the fire stated or if any people or animals are hurt.

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