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Peyton Manning reviews Broncos’ 2021 Schedule In Tease VideoFormer Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning answered the call to help the team again – this time to get fans excited about next season’s schedule. Katie Johnston reports.

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Learn more about the demolition of the I-70 viaduct in the CDOT TelehallThe Colorado Department of Transportation is hosting a tele-hall to discuss the demolition of the I-70 viaduct on the Central 70 project.

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Poudre School District votes to keep school officials indoorsThe Poudre School Board voted Tuesday evening to keep the SROs in schools.

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Wyoming is backing $ 1.2 million threat coal to sue other statesWhile most states are looking for ways to promote renewable energy, Wyoming is doing the opposite with a new program that aims to prop up the dwindling coal industry by suing other states that block Wyoming coal exports and shutdowns from coal-fired power plants in Wyoming. Geoff Petrulis reports.

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Arrest of Eaton Murder: Former inmate Gabriel Faudoa chargedA former Colorado inmate is back behind bars after Weld County MPs said a person was found dead in a house in the Eaton area.

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Gun investigation ongoing after 2 people were injured at Green Valley RanchTwo people were shot dead near the intersection of 47th Avenue and Tower Road in Denver.

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Digital TV newscast 5-12-21CBS4 covers Colorado first!

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Morning mottled fog, afternoon hazy sunshineCheck out the forecast from meteorologist Ashton Altieri.

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Domestic violence blamed for mass shootings at the Colorado Springs birthday partyColorado Springs police officers shared an update on the mass shootings at a birthday party early on Mother’s Day.

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Colorado launches vaccination program at workColorado is preparing to launch a new program to allow a company to host a COVID-19 vaccination event.

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Colorado Educators and Doctors Assured Pfizer Vaccine is Safe for ChildrenWhile health experts say the Pfizer vaccine approval for younger people is good news, some parents are cautious.

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Aurora public schools require COVID vaccinations for employeesA letter to Aurora Public Schools staff said they need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 for the next school year.

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Colorado’s Comeback: Planned Independence Day Parade Planned by Greeley StampedeThis year there is an Independence Day parade at Greeley Stampede. The organizers say it will take place on July 3rd at 9am

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Colorado’s Human Composting Bill has been signed into lawColorado is the second state in the country, after Washington, to offer this alternative burial process.

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US Congressmen join Colorado teachers and students to convert a Japanese internment camp into a national historic siteMore than 70 years after the closure of a Japanese internment camp in Colorado, it could become a national historic site and part of the national park system.

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Plaintiffs are filing a lawsuit against the former owner of Buffalo Exchange alleging sexual assault and an abusive work environmentSeveral former employees of The Buffalo Exchange clothing stores in Colorado have filed a lawsuit against the company alleging that former owner Todd Colletti sexually and verbally assaulted them for nearly a decade.

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Victims identified in Colorado Springs mass shooting at birthday partyColorado Springs police officers shared an update on the mass shootings at a birthday party early on Mother’s Day.

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COVID In Colorado: State Launches Vaccination Program At WorkColorado is preparing to launch a new program to allow a company to host a COVID-19 vaccination event.

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Colorado Department of Labor is writing off $ 61 million in overpayments made during the pandemicA CBS4 investigation found that the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is writing off overpayments of more than $ 61 million.

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COVID In Colorado: Douglas County Commissioners Approve Resolution Against Indoor Face Mask MandateDouglas County’s commissioners approved a resolution Tuesday afternoon that would contradict the state mandate for indoor face masks. They claim the resolution allows residents to choose how to protect themselves from COVID-19.

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Warmer and drier conditions along the wayCheck out Lauren Whitney’s prediction

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A new downturn is taking shape in SilverthorneThe city wants to revitalize the inner city with new restaurants, shops and hotels.

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Family Thanks Parker Police Officer 23 years after saving the life of a little girlNatalie Eckhoff doesn’t remember the incident 23 years ago, but she will forever be grateful to Parker Police Sergeant Joe Cummings.

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Parker Man, Cory Smith, paralyzed after a stroke believed to be caused by COVIDA Parker man had one of the first cases of COVID-19 in Colorado. In March 2020, he contracted the virus and suffered a stroke. Cory Smith and his wife Jenn Cline say this changed their lives forever.

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