Families Of Boulder King Soopers Shooting Victims Given $700,000More than $700,000 will be given to family of the 10 victims of the King Soopers shooting in Boulder on March 22.
Denver Bar Requires Proof Of Vaccination For Indoor ServiceBar Max in Denver is now open after being closed for much of the pandemic. Patrons can enjoy a cocktail inside only if they provide proof of vaccination.
Water World Reopening Memorial Day WeekendWater World is opening for the season beginning Memorial Day weekend — and it has two new attractions.
DCPA Broadway Plans To Reopen In December With Disney’s ‘The Lion King’The Denver Center for the Performing Arts Broadway is planning to reopen in December with The Lion King.
COVID Vaccine Clinic At Dick’s Sporting Goods Park Put On Hold After 11 Patients Experience Adverse Side EffectsThe COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park was put on hold on Wednesday afternoon after 11 patients experienced adverse side effects after receiving the shot.
Denver Signs Agreement With New South Wales To Promote International Trade & InvestmentThe city of Denver and the Australian State of New South Wales signed an agreement on Tuesday establishing a City2State Business Welcome Program.
Traffic Alert: Lane Closures Planned Friday For US 34 Widening Project In LovelandDrivers in Loveland can expect lane closures this week along US 34 from Denver Avenue to Boyd Lake Avenue.
North Metro Water Asks Residents To Curb Water UsageThe City and County of Broomfield, Boulder County and North Metro Water are asking residents to start reducing their water usage.
Denver Plans Phased Reopening Of Rec Centers In May, Outdoor Pools In JuneDenver Parks and Recreation plans to gradually reopen city recreation centers and programs in May. Officials say several outdoor pools will open in June.
Anonymous Donor Will Give $33.5 Million Gift To Colorado CollegeAn anonymous donor will give $33.5 million to Colorado College. It’s the largest contribution by an individual donor in the liberal arts school’s history.
Outbreak Forces Elbert County Government Building To Close TemporarilyElbert County shut down its Samuel Elbert government building due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
Back To Level Yellow: Jeffco Reports Rises In Cases & HospitalizationsStarting April 9, Friday, Jefferson County will move to level yellow restrictions on the state’s COVID-19 dial.
Snow Scientists Monitoring Snowpack At Berthoud PassBerthoud Pass is among 115 SNOTEL sites in Colorado, and it’s one of the highest where hydrologists are taking measurements.
Denver Housing Authority To Begin Radon Testing All Of Its Public Housing ComplexesMore than a year after CBS4 Investigates found dangerous radon levels in some public housing units, DHA says it will begin a year-long effort to test all of its complexes for the toxic gas.