Digital TV news program 2-10-21CBS4 covers Colorado first!

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Table games are returning at Colorado CasinoCoronavirus has been preventing table games from being an option for many months.

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Greeley launches Terry Ranch water projectThere will be a meeting on Wednesday evening to discuss the project.

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Man robbed banks in the Denver area within 30 minutesThe suspect wore a baseball cap and a neon green neck seal.

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Cold gets cold for the weekendCheck out the forecast from meteorologist Ashton Altieri.

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My brother’s Keeper Alliance recognizes young men of color in DenverMore than a dozen young black men who have made great changes in their lives and the communities they live in are now recognized for their work by the City of Denver and the “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative.

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Denver wants to drastically improve the Civic Center ParkThis would be the first major contribution or addition to the park in more than 100 years.

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Governor Polis defends decision to expand vaccine accessAs the state of Colorado works to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine to people age 70 and older and to people in underserved populations, they are also opening vaccines to people ages 65 to 69.

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Colorado families of people with disabilities raising the alarm of vaccination inequalityMany of the 20,000 Coloradans with intellectual and developmental disabilities are not yet eligible for COVID-19 vaccines.

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Colorado Doctors urges young athletes to take precautionsEven with COVID-19 restrictions in place, there are still concerns about how to protect student athletes.

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Montbello Neighborhood Native shares the path to success with Young CommunityFormer University of Colorado Boulder soccer player Josh Ford hopes to inspire others to pursue and make their dreams come true.

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The prestigious Elbra Wedgeworth ranks first at Denver Health’s COVID Vaccination ClinicEven though Wedgeworth is technically retired, she hasn’t fought for people, especially those in the black and brown communities.

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Utilities in Colorado are working to protect themselves from destructive cyber intrudersUtilities claim to have systems in place to protect them and the public from destructive cyber intruders.

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CU Boulder reports cyber attack on Accellion softwareThe University of Colorado Boulder reported a cyber attack that compromised identifiable information among students, staff, and others.

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$ 5.7 million raised for restoration at CalWood Fire Burn ScarBoulder County officials approved a grant application from Parks and Open Space to begin restoration efforts on the Calwood burn scar.

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Colorado unemployment fraud problems snowballing available resourcesAccording to the Colorado Department of Labor, there have been as many fraudulent unemployment benefits as there are valid.

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Winter Park employees react to COVID outbreak: “Fear of coming to work”Winter Park Ski Resort currently has a coronavirus outbreak among its employees.

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Denver City Council passes the controversial amendment on group livingDenver City Council voted 11-2 to pass the controversial 200-page amendment to the group’s living texts.

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The majority of US Senators say it is constitutional to convict former President Trump of impeachmentThe impeachment process now begins with two Colorado lawmakers playing large roles in the process.

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Senior Living Facility hopes that today’s Hug Tent Event may be the last time it is neededAs more Coloradoans get the COVID vaccine, some places are hoping that things as simple as hugging can go back to normal.

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Bitter arctic air continues for eastern ColoradoCheck out Lauren Whitney’s prediction

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The White House tells Governor Polis that more vaccines are going to ColoradoDuring a conversation with the White House governor, Polis learned that increased vaccine production means the state will receive an additional 9,000 doses per week for 3 weeks.

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Artist George Rivera designs the Denver Billboard to stop hatredThere’s a new billboard in downtown Denver that’s a work of art. It’s a sign of the times with the message: Stop Hate.

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Elijah McClain Photo Scandal: Aurora Commission Supports Layoffs of Aurora Police OfficersThe Aurora Public Service Commission has confirmed the resignation of three Aurora police officers who took photos near the location where Elijah McClain was detained before his death.

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