• ‘Don’t Think We Should Be Talking About Them As A Contender’: CBS Sports Writer On Nuggets Chances In NBA Restart

    ‘Don’t Think We Should Be Talking About Them As A Contender’: CBS Sports Writer On Nuggets Chances In NBA Restart
    (CBS4)- The NBA season is just two weeks away from resuming in Orlando, Florida and the Denver Nuggets find themselves sitting in the third spot in the Western Conference and only a game and a half back of the Clippers for the 2nd seed.
    With eight seeding games before the playoffs begin, there remains the possibility that the Nuggets could even jump the Clippers for that 2nd spot. But, the Nuggets were in that same position last season and failed to make it out of the second round. Could this ye
  • Douglas County Commissioners Stand Firm On No Masks, Split From Tri-County Health Department

    Douglas County Commissioners Stand Firm On No Masks, Split From Tri-County Health Department
    CASTLE ROCK, Colo. (CBS4) – Douglas County Commissioners were firm during a town hall Wednesday night that they will not mandate citizens to wear a mask and beyond that, the commission wants its own voice at the table when it comes to public health decisions.
    “These are just part of the growing pains that happen. Douglas County is not a toddler anymore. We’re an adult, and it’s time that we were able to provide our own services,” said Commissioner Lora Thomas.
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  • Union Representing JBS Employees Files Complaints Against Greeley Plant

    Union Representing JBS Employees Files Complaints Against Greeley Plant
    GREELEY, Colo. (CBS4) – The union that represents JBS employees in Greeley has filed two complaints against the company alleging direct dealings with employees and workplace safety violations. Last week, JBS employees walked off the job over a pay dispute.
    JBS Employees walked off the job on Friday over a pay dispute. (credit: Rhonda Solis)
    UFCW Local 7 met with JBS on Monday to discuss the possibility of a resolution. In a letter to JBS on Wednesday, Union President Kim Cordova said membe
  • ‘Pay Whatever You Have’: Globeville Farmers Market Opens Doors To Resources

    ‘Pay Whatever You Have’: Globeville Farmers Market Opens Doors To Resources
    DENVER (CBS4) – A farmers market in Globeville is hoping to grow using a unique concept of allowing patrons to pay as they can. The Lost City Market started in early July after several organizations came together and noticed that the community needed more help getting fresh affordable food during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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    “Our vision for this market is to be the most diverse, welcoming, and open market in all of Colorado,” said Matthew Vernon the Focus Points Family
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  • At-Risk Grandparents Especially Worried About Back-To-School Plans

    At-Risk Grandparents Especially Worried About Back-To-School Plans
    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. (CBS4) – Dylan, 11, plays by himself a lot in the yard.
    “Not much happening lately,” he told CBS4’s Alan Gionet. He does flips on the trampoline and sits in the swing. In the months since COVID-19 became a threat, it’s been an extra worry in his household.
    His grandparents are in their 60s, and they are playing the role as his parents.
    (credit: CBS)
    “We’ve lost being a grandparent. You know because we have to step up and be the par
  • After Dire Budget Warnings, State Agencies Handed Out Double Digit Raises

    After Dire Budget Warnings, State Agencies Handed Out Double Digit Raises
    DENVER (CBS4) – A CBS4 investigation learned an array of state agencies handed out generous pay raises and hired six-figure workers weeks, sometimes months, after state budget analysts issued dire warnings about a dramatic downturn for the state’s budget due to the coronavirus pandemic. It came after hundreds of thousands of Coloradans lost their jobs and after financial markets took some of the largest financial dives in history.
    Kim Bimestefer, executive director of Colorado’
  • Douglas County Uses Study To Strengthen Decision Against Mask Mandate

    Douglas County Uses Study To Strengthen Decision Against Mask Mandate
    DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Douglas County Commissioners were firm during a town hall Wednesday night, they will not mandate citizens to wear a mask and beyond that, it wants its own voice at the table.
    “These are just part of the growing pains that happen. Douglas County is not a toddler anymore. We’re an adult, and it’s time that we were able to provide our own services,” said Commissioner Lora Thomas.
    (credit: CBS)
    While talks of separation aren’t new, t
  • Video Of Loveland Police Parking Lot Detainment Drawing Criticism

    Video Of Loveland Police Parking Lot Detainment Drawing Criticism
    LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – Video of Loveland police officers detaining a man outside of a Target has gone viral. One video captured by a citizen was posted on social media on Tuesday.
    Loveland police published its own version of the call as seen in 7 minute-long body cam video from a responding officer. Their version was edited “with privacy redactions consistent with the Colorado Criminal Justice Records Act.”
    (credit: Loveland)
    Police responded to the parking lot on Monday
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  • Take Care Of Yourself During Coronavirus With The Aurora Mental Health Center

    Take Care Of Yourself During Coronavirus With The Aurora Mental Health Center
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives every day, and can be taking a toll on our mental health. That is why the Aurora Mental Health Center is reminding everyone to take care of themselves and they are available to help with their Support Line.
    (credit: CBS)
    Erin Ralston, a therapist from the health center, joined Kelly Werthmann on CBSN Denver to explain how the support line is making a difference for Coloradans who may be struggling with the stress an
  • Colorado Teachers: ‘Keep An Eye On The Kids’ This Summer

    Colorado Teachers: ‘Keep An Eye On The Kids’ This Summer
    DENVER (CBS4) – Since schools released in March, the Colorado Department of Human Services has seen a sharp decrease in the number of calls to the Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline. Now teachers across the state are calling on the entire community to protect children this summer.
    “The kids in my class know that I’m there momma duck at school,” said Cara Godbe, a 3rd grade teacher in Montrose.
    Godbe is among the teachers calling on the community to keep an eye out for childr
  • Containment On Elephant Butte Fire Growing

    Containment On Elephant Butte Fire Growing
    EVERGREEN, Colo. (CBS4) – The Elephant Butte Fire burning near Evergreen is now 75% contained, per the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday night. Residents were able to return to their homes on Tuesday afternoon.
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    People can still expect to see activity around the fire on Wednesday. Crews will be in the area strengthening containment lines and working to extinguish hotspots inside the fire perimeter.
    Residents are still the only ones allowed in the area.
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  • State Capitol Continues To Be Tagged & Trashed: ‘It’s Not Only A Disgrace, It’s Embarrassing’

    State Capitol Continues To Be Tagged & Trashed: ‘It’s Not Only A Disgrace, It’s Embarrassing’
    DENVER (CBS4) – Sen. Jerry Sonnenberg has had it. Seven weeks after vandals began tagging and trashing the State Capitol, he fired off a letter to Gov. Jared Polis asking what’s the hold-up in removing all the graffiti, and why isn’t the state doing more to stop it in the first place.
    The People’s House is almost unrecognizable. The granite walls are covered in graffiti, windows and lights are shattered, and monuments and memorials are defaced or destroyed. Night aft
  • Trio Of Wildfires Burn 2,800 Acres Southwest Of Meeker

    Trio Of Wildfires Burn 2,800 Acres Southwest Of Meeker
    RIO BLANCO COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Crews are battling three active fires located southwest of Meeker. The Fawn Creek and Stewart fires began Monday afternoon and the Wolf Fire was reported Tuesday morning.
    (credit: Rio Blanco County Sheriff’s Office)
    The three fires have burned more than 2,800 acres and are 0% contained. They are located in the Piceance Creek area south of Colorado Highway 64.
    The Fawn Creek Fire has grown to 2,459 acres. The Wolf Fire is now more than 250 acres and t
  • Colorado Education Leaders Pushing Congress For Funding

    Colorado Education Leaders Pushing Congress For Funding
    DENVER (CBS4) – As families across Colorado decide whether they’ll send their children back to school for in-person learning, education leaders are asking the U.S. Senate funding in the next COVID-19 stimulus bill. It would go toward laptops and high-speed internet for students.
    (credit: CBS)
    Denver Public Schools, Colorado Education Initiative and the Colorado Workforce Development Council held a virtual press briefing on Wednesday to discuss the benefits stimulus finding would have
  • Colorado Heroes Help Save Young Girl From Deadly House Fire

    Colorado Heroes Help Save Young Girl From Deadly House Fire
    ARVADA, Colo. (CBS4) – A woman in her 70s and her son in his 40s were killed in a house fire early Wednesday morning at 71st Avenue and Swadley Road in Arvada. April Gould lives across the street.
    “Actually my daughter woke me up at 1:18 in the morning and said the neighbor’s house was on fire and we just ran over.”
    (credit: CBS)
    Her 13-year-old daughter, Laney, happened to be awake at that time and looked out of the window.
    “I heard a big boom, and I understood the
  • New Bundle Of Joy: Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Welcomes Moose Calf

    New Bundle Of Joy: Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Welcomes Moose Calf
    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – A moose calf made the long trek from Alaska to his new home at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Wednesday morning. The whole journey was filmed for moose lovers to enjoy.
    (credit: Cheyenne Mountain Zoo)
    The 8-week-old moose was rescued from the wild after his mother died. The zoo says she died after a human-wildlife conflict. The calf had only been alive for six days.
    He had been staying at the Alaska Zoo.He traveled by a FedEx plane and then by van to the zo
  • Study: Average Coloradan Would Pay $280/Month To Keep Working From Home Forever

    Study: Average Coloradan Would Pay $280/Month To Keep Working From Home Forever
    DENVER (CBS4) — Would you be willing to take a pay cut in order to keep working from home forever? According to a new study, the average Coloradan would sacrifice $282 a month of their salaries to keep working from home.
    RealBusinessSavings.com conducted a survey of 3,500 American employees to evaluate attitudes toward altered working environments, given the current circumstances.
    Overall, the survey found that the average employee would take a $316 pay cut per month in order to conti
  • ‘We Are Planning For All Sports’: CHSAA Commissioner Optimistic For High School Sports And Activities This Fall

    ‘We Are Planning For All Sports’: CHSAA Commissioner Optimistic For High School Sports And Activities This Fall
    AURORA, Colo. – Organizers in charge of high school sports and athletics are feeling optimistic about the start of the new school year, preparing for full, traditional sports seasons to take place.
    (credit: CBS)
    “We have 29 athletics and activities that we are planning for,” said Colorado High School Activities Association – or CHSAA – Commissioner Rhonda Blanford-Green. “Even if we have to do some modifications due to a resurgence in COVID-19 or potentia
  • King Soopers Will Require Customers To Wear Masks Starting Next Wednesday

    King Soopers Will Require Customers To Wear Masks Starting Next Wednesday
    (CBS4) — Kroger, the company that owns King Soopers stores, will require customers to wear masks starting Wednesday, July 22. Kroger is the largest supermarket chain in the U.S. — with nearly 3,000 grocery stores in 35 states. There are about 20 locations in the Denver metro area.
    “With the increase in #COVID19 cases across the country, we are committed to doing our part to help reduce the spread of the virus. Starting July 22, we will require all customers in all locations to
  • Hear Ye, Hear Ye, The Colorado Renaissance Festival Is Canceled

    Hear Ye, Hear Ye, The Colorado Renaissance Festival Is Canceled
    LARKSPUR, Colo. (CBS4) – It’s official. There will be no magical kingdom of Larkspur this year, the Colorado Renaissance Festival is canceled for 2020.
    The Festival had previously moved its opening dates, then put those on hold but decided Wednesday it simply wasn’t safe enough to have the festival this year.
    (credit: CBS)
    In a Facebook post, the Festival wrote, “We have been hopeful that circumstances would improve so that we could operate safely, however due to guidelin
  • Some Colorado Casinos Affected By National Coin Shortage

    Some Colorado Casinos Affected By National Coin Shortage
    GILPIN COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Some Colorado casinos are feeling the pinch of the national coin shortage. Liz Cassi with Slate Communications tells CBS4 that most Central City casinos aren’t affected or have other systems in place (like tickets or special coins) that don’t require physical money.
    (credit: CBS)
    However, Dan Hedges with Century Casino said, “While we are not at a critical point, we are soliciting on our website a request for our customers and employees
  • Memorial Tournament Is ‘The Ultimate PGA Tour Event,’ Says CBS Sports’ Frank Nobilo

    Memorial Tournament Is ‘The Ultimate PGA Tour Event,’ Says CBS Sports’ Frank Nobilo
    (CBS Pittsburgh) — The PGA Tour returns to Muirfield Village for the next event of the resumed season. This week is the Memorial Tournament, among the season’s more popular events. Rescheduled from early June, it replaces the Open Championship on the calendar.
    The Memorial is a worthy substitute for the canceled fourth major. It’s the event Tour legend Jack Nicklaus started on the course he designed, with the hope it would one day be as exceptional as the Masters.
    “Jack N
  • RECIPE: Swedish Cinnamon Buns Worth Turning On The Oven In Summer For

    RECIPE: Swedish Cinnamon Buns Worth Turning On The Oven In Summer For
    This recipe for Swedish cinnamon buns comes from Michelin starred chef Emma Bengtsson of Aquavit. They’re so delicious you’ll be tempted to turn on your oven no matter how hot it’s getting outside.
    What Are Swedish Cinnamon Buns?
    Sweden is the land of pastries and baked goods, and the kanelbulle (cinnamon roll) is considered the most popular of all. It’s not surprising then that October 4th (Kanelbullens Dag) is a national holiday that celeb
  • Colorado Face Mask Mandates: Who’s In And Who’s Out

    Colorado Face Mask Mandates: Who’s In And Who’s Out
    DENVER (CBS4) – Below is a list of counties and cities in Colorado that have adopted mask mandates, and those that have opted out. This article is current as of Wednesday, July 15.
    Cities/Counties Who Have Opted Out Of Mask MandatesDouglas County“Regarding the mask mandate opt-out, our remarkably favorable public health data, paired with the community’s current 75% mask-wearing voluntary compliance observed by TCHD, and based on Dr. Douglas’ recommendation that a mask man
  • Try Adding This Secret Ingredient To Make Scrambled Eggs Like Never Before

    Try Adding This Secret Ingredient To Make Scrambled Eggs Like Never Before
    Photo Credit: Mary Britton Senseney
    There are some pantry staples that arguably get more play than others. You’re likely to reach for those cans of tomatoes and bag of rice long before diving into that mystery bag of beans buried in the back of your cabinet. But there’s one pantry staple that’s ready for its time in the spotlight: mayonnaise.
    Related Reading: The Only 3 Tips You Need to (Finally!) Master an Omelet
    “The Duke’s Mayonnaise Cookbook
  • Brighton, Bennett & Castle Rock To Opt Out Of Face Mask Mandate

    Brighton, Bennett & Castle Rock To Opt Out Of Face Mask Mandate
    DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — Brighton, Bennett and Castle Rock have joined Douglas County in expressing their intentions to opt out of the mask order the Tri-County Health Department plans to activate on July 24. Leaders from each municipality issued statements in recent days.
    Bennett
    On Wednesday, the Town of Bennett Board of Trustees voted to issue a formal statement to TCHD activating the opt-out clause. The Board of Trustees voted 6-1 to opt-out of the order.
    “By the data relea
  • 5 Colorado Doctors Tell Dr. Dave Hnida That In-Person Classes Are OK For Students … For Now

    5 Colorado Doctors Tell Dr. Dave Hnida That In-Person Classes Are OK For Students … For Now
    DENVER (CBS4) – Schools across the state of Colorado are working to finalize plans for the start of the 2020/2021 school year in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. We asked CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida about students attending class in person. In turn, Hnida asked five Colorado pediatricians who are colleagues of his if returning to physical buildings is the best move.
    “The answers pretty much down the line were, ‘Yeah, I think so. I feel comfortable with the way thin
  • Video Of Loveland Police Parking Lot Arrest Drawing Criticism

    Video Of Loveland Police Parking Lot Arrest Drawing Criticism
    LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – Video of Loveland police officers arresting a man outside of a Target has gone viral. One video captured by a citizen was posted on social media on Tuesday.
    Loveland police published its own version of the call as seen in 7 minute-long body cam video from a responding officer. Their version was edited “with privacy redactions consistent with the Colorado Criminal Justice Records Act.”
    (credit: Loveland)
    Police responded to the parking lot on Monday
  • Summer Fog Blankets The Front Range

    Summer Fog Blankets The Front Range
    DENVER(CBS)- Rare summer fog blanketed to the Front Range Thursday morning. It happens every once in awhile, but, not very often. This created a look over the city more like winter than summer.
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    It is not uncommon for cold, moist air to back into the Front Range in the winter months but, in the warmer months this proccess is very rare because, of the dry air and typical summer-time wind patterns.
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    The combination of cool front, passing low and moisture helped to ge
  • Summer Fog Blankets Colorado’s Front Range

    Summer Fog Blankets Colorado’s Front Range
    DENVER(CBS)- Rare summer fog blanketed Colorado’s Front Range on Wednesday morning. It happens every once in a while, but not very often. This created a look over the city more like winter than summer.
    (credit/CBS4)
    It is not uncommon for cold, moist air to back into the Front Range in the winter months but, in the warmer months this proccess is very rare because, of the dry air and typical summer-time wind patterns.
    (credit/CBS4)
    The combination of cool front, passing low and moistur
  • ‘They Say It’s Kind Of Quietly Always Here’: Jefferson County Public Health Specialist Discusses Bubonic Plague

    ‘They Say It’s Kind Of Quietly Always Here’: Jefferson County Public Health Specialist Discusses Bubonic Plague
    MORRISON, Colo. (CBS4)- A squirrel that tested positive for bubonic plague has citizens in Morrison concerned. A citizen recently reported seeing over a dozen dead squirrels, a sign of concern for Jefferson County Public Health officials.
    “That’s the kind of thing we look at, a large scale die-off in a short time,” said environmental specialist with JeffCo Public Health David Volkel in an interview with CBS4’s Karen Morfitt.
    However, while a reported case of bubonic plagu
  • School Music Programs Aren’t Always Inclusive, And A Colorado Coalition Aims To Change That

    School Music Programs Aren’t Always Inclusive, And A Colorado Coalition Aims To Change That
    DENVER (CBS4) – Music is in Nora Barpal’s blood. At 24-years-old, it’s something she’s been passionate about her entire life.
    (credit: Nora Barpal)
    “My whole family has been in education and activism,” she told CBS4’s Mekialaya White. As she’s studied classical arts she’s noticed a trend, however: a lack of inclusion and diversity for students working toward becoming professional musicians.
    “Music programs are very expensive. A lot of t
  • ‘World TeamTennis Comes Down To One Point On Any Given Match’: Former USTA President Katrina Adams Discusses Her Role As Analyst With WTT For CBS Sports Network

    ‘World TeamTennis Comes Down To One Point On Any Given Match’: Former USTA President Katrina Adams Discusses Her Role As Analyst With WTT For CBS Sports Network
    (CBS Local)- The first sporting event in the United States with fans in attendance happened this past weekend when World TeamTennis took to the courts at The Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia to serve up the 2020 season. With three days of action already behind us, the biggest takeaway for immediate past President, Chairperson and CEO of USTA Katrina Adams has been seeing the players back out on the court again in high level competition.
    “It’s just been so exciting to see tennis liv
  • ‘World Team Tennis Comes Down To One Point On Any Given Match’: Former USTA President Katrina Adams Discusses Her Role As Analyst With WTT For CBS Sports Network

    ‘World Team Tennis Comes Down To One Point On Any Given Match’: Former USTA President Katrina Adams Discusses Her Role As Analyst With WTT For CBS Sports Network
    (CBS Local)- The first sporting event in the United States with fans in attendance happened this past weekend when World Team Tennis took to the courts at The Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia to serve up the 2020 season. With three days of action already behind us, the biggest takeaway for immediate past President, Chairperson and CEO of USTA Katrina Adams has been seeing the players back out on the court again in high level competition.
    “It’s just been so exciting to see tennis li
  • Reopening Colorado: Denver ‘Hitting Pause’ On Easing Coronavirus Restrictions

    Reopening Colorado: Denver ‘Hitting Pause’ On Easing Coronavirus Restrictions
    DENVER (CBS4) — Denver Mayor Michael Hancock announced Wednesday that the City is “hitting the pause button” on easing restrictions related to the coronavirus because of an increase in the number of cases.
    (credit: CBS)
    “For the time being, we’re hitting the pause button on our public health order variance requests to the state,” Mayor Hancock said Wednesday.
    The variance requests the City is putting on pause include allowing the hospitality industry to have m
  • Denver Broncos Break Down Options For Season Ticket Holders During 2020 Season

    Denver Broncos Break Down Options For Season Ticket Holders During 2020 Season
    DENVER (CBS4) — The Denver Broncos notified fans Wednesday that Empower Field at Mile High will not be able to be at full capacity in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The team website outlined the options for season ticket holders for the upcoming season.
    (credit: Dustin Bradford/Getty Images)
    “Based on local and league health policies, we unfortunately will be unable to host all Season Ticket Members at Broncos games this year,” the team said in a memo, which was quoted
  • Denver Broncos Announce Limited Seating, Break Down Options For Season Ticket Holders During 2020 Season

    Denver Broncos Announce Limited Seating, Break Down Options For Season Ticket Holders During 2020 Season
    DENVER (CBS4) — The Denver Broncos notified fans Wednesday that Empower Field at Mile High will not be able to be at full capacity in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The team website outlined the options for season ticket holders for the upcoming season.
    (credit: Dustin Bradford/Getty Images)
    “Based on local and league health policies, we unfortunately will be unable to host all Season Ticket Members at Broncos games this year,” the team said in a memo, which was quoted
  • John Hickenlooper Campaign Claims Its $5.2M Fundraising Haul Is A Colorado Record

    John Hickenlooper Campaign Claims Its $5.2M Fundraising Haul Is A Colorado Record
    DENVER (AP) – Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper’s Senate campaign reports a $5.2 million fundraising haul over the past three months, calling it a record for any Senate candidate in state history. Hickenlooper’s haul is significant, though it comes as his fellow Democratic hopefuls have been shattering Senate fundraising records nationally.
    John Hickenlooper (credit: CBS)
    Hickenlooper in November will be facing Sen. Cory Gardner, who is considered the most vulnerable Repub
  • Aurora Public Schools Delays Start, Outlines Plans For Return To Classrooms

    Aurora Public Schools Delays Start, Outlines Plans For Return To Classrooms
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) — Aurora Public Schools is pushing back the first day of school by one week. The district also outlined what the start of the 2020-21 school year may look like for APS.
    The delayed start will give the district an extra week to provide professional development for educators about “remote learning, curricular resources, health guidelines and more.”
    Most students in grades 1-12 will start school on Tuesday, Aug. 18. Students in kindergarten and preschool will
  • DPS Considers Delaying Start Of School1 Week

    DPS Considers Delaying Start Of School1 Week
    DENVER (CBS4) — Denver Public Schools sent letters to teachers and parents Wednesday saying they are looking at delaying the start of the school year by one week, pushing it back to Aug. 24.
    “This delay would increase the amount of time teachers have to prepare for a highly unusual school year — and decrease the number of hot August days that our students and staff will be in classrooms,” Superintendent Susana Cordova stated in the letter sent to educators.
    Cordova said D
  • DPS Considers Delaying Start Of School 1 Week

    DPS Considers Delaying Start Of School 1 Week
    DENVER (CBS4) — Denver Public Schools sent letters to teachers and parents Wednesday saying they are looking at delaying the start of the school year by one week, pushing it back to Aug. 24.
    “This delay would increase the amount of time teachers have to prepare for a highly unusual school year — and decrease the number of hot August days that our students and staff will be in classrooms,” Superintendent Susana Cordova stated in the letter sent to educators.
    Cordova said D
  • 2 Dead, 1 Hurt In Overnight Arvada House Fire

    2 Dead, 1 Hurt In Overnight Arvada House Fire
    ARVADA, Colo. (CBS4) – Two people have died in a large house fire that sparked overnight in Arvada. It happened near 71st and Swadley Road after midnight Wednesday.
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    Three people were taken to the hospital. Two of those people died early Wednesday. Several animals also died. Just before 8 a.m., crews also located two people who were described as missing following the fire.
    (credit: CBS)
    The fire was out at daybreak and crews were beginning their investigation.
    A family
  • CBS Announces Changes To 2020 Fall Schedule Featuring ‘The Amazing Race,’ ‘SEAL Team’ And ‘S.W.A.T.’

    CBS Announces Changes To 2020 Fall Schedule Featuring ‘The Amazing Race,’ ‘SEAL Team’ And ‘S.W.A.T.’
    CBS has announced a revised Wednesday lineup for its fall 2020-2021 schedule. Multiple Emmy Award-winning reality competition The Amazing Race, hosted by Phil Keoghan, will slide from 9:00 PM to open the night at 8:00 PM, followed by the fourth-season return of military drama SEAL Team, starring David Boreanaz moving up an hour to 9:00 PM. At 10:00 PM, the fourth season of S.W.A.T., starring Shemar Moore, joins the fall schedule after originally being planned for later in the season.
    Producers f
  • MEDINA ALERT: Denver Police Searching For Jeep Connected To Deadly Overnight Hit & Run

    MEDINA ALERT: Denver Police Searching For Jeep Connected To Deadly Overnight Hit & Run
    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver Police are searching for a dark Jeep Cherokee involved in a deadly hit-and-run crash overnight. It happened late Tuesday night and the Medina Alert went out on Wednesday.#HEADSUP #DPD UPDATE – In relation to the fatal crash @ 5th & Broadway, investigators are looking for a dark colored 2019 Jeep Cherokee; Plate# QDE792. #Denver
    — Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) July 15, 2020Police responded to 5th and Broadway on reports of a fatal auto-pedes
  • Denver Police Find Jeep Connected To Deadly Overnight Hit & Run

    Denver Police Find Jeep Connected To Deadly Overnight Hit & Run
    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver Police found a dark Jeep Cherokee they say was involved in a deadly hit-and-run crash overnight. It happened late Tuesday night and the Medina Alert went out on Wednesday.#HEADSUP #DPD UPDATE – In relation to the fatal crash @ 5th & Broadway, investigators are looking for a dark colored 2019 Jeep Cherokee; Plate# QDE792. #Denver
    — Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) July 15, 2020Police responded to 5th and Broadway on reports of a fatal auto-pede
  • Poll: 79% Of College Students Say They Wouldn’t Attend Parties This Fall To Prevent Coronavirus Infection

    Poll: 79% Of College Students Say They Wouldn’t Attend Parties This Fall To Prevent Coronavirus Infection
    (CBS Local) – The biggest question currently facing colleges and universities is whether they will allow students back on campus for the fall semester. And, if they do, what safety measures will need to be put in place as a result. According to a new College Reaction/Axios poll, students say they’d be fine with not partying as long as they’re able to return to campus.
    The poll found that 76% of students who responded will return to campus if they have the option, with 66% of th
  • CBS Announces Multi-Year Content Partnership With NAACP

    CBS Announces Multi-Year Content Partnership With NAACP
    (CBS Local)– On Wednesday, CBS Television Studios and the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) announced an agreement on a multi-year partnership to develop and produce scripted, unscripted and documentary content.
    The content will appear on linear television networks and streaming platforms. The announcement was made by George Cheeks, President and CEO of the CBS Entertainment Group and Derrick Johnson, President and CEO of the NAACP.
    “An important
  • ‘Outreach Isn’t Working’ Says Uncle Of Davarie Armstrong, Black Denver Teen Killed In Wave Of Gun Violence

    ‘Outreach Isn’t Working’ Says Uncle Of Davarie Armstrong, Black Denver Teen Killed In Wave Of Gun Violence
    DENVER (CBS4) – Hundreds of people gathered on the football field of South High School Tuesday night to remember Davarie Armstrong, one of five young people killed during a recent five day stretch in Denver.
    “It was absolutely the wrong place, wrong time and …he was just doing what any kid would do as far as trying to enjoy himself after being in the quarantine for 3 months,” said Ibn Shabazz, Davarie’s uncle. “And unfortunately, somebody else had different i
  • ‘Outreach Isn’t Working’ Says Uncle Of Black Denver Teen Killed In Wave Of Gun Violence

    ‘Outreach Isn’t Working’ Says Uncle Of Black Denver Teen Killed In Wave Of Gun Violence
    DENVER (CBS4) – Hundreds of people gathered on the football field of South High School Tuesday night to remember Davarie Armstrong, one of five young people killed during a recent five day stretch in Denver.
    “It was absolutely the wrong place, wrong time and …he was just doing what any kid would do as far as trying to enjoy himself after being in the quarantine for 3 months,” said Ibn Shabazz, Davarie’s uncle. “And unfortunately, somebody else had different i
  • Concerns Mount Over Accuracy, Long Turnaround Times For COVID-19 Tests In Colorado

    Concerns Mount Over Accuracy, Long Turnaround Times For COVID-19 Tests In Colorado
    (CBS4) – Rep. Dianna DeGette is calling on the FDA to do more to ensure the accuracy of COVID-19 tests. DeGette, a Democrat who represents Colorado’s 1st Congressional District, chairs the House Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. The committee sent a letter to the head of the FDA noting that a rapid result test being used by the White House has a false negative rate as high as 48%.
    DeGette says the FDA rushed approval of the test. In addition to the White House, the Colora

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