Adopted children share stories of happier lives with new familiesVisit CBS4 on April 14th for a day for the kid on Wednesday.

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Volunteers working to rebuild burned trails and bridges in Cameron Peak FireAfter the largest devastating fire in Colorado history charred more than 200,000 acres in 2020, a local organization is now working with US Forest Services to reclaim and rebuild hundreds of miles of hiking trails in Larimer County.

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Patients in the Dr. Moma Health Clinic to receive COVID vaccine againThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says some Coloradans will need to be re-vaccinated after the Dr. Moma Health Clinic has not provided proper temperature storage documentation.

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Colorado Unemployment Dept .: Fraudsters have stolen an estimated $ 20 million to $ 30 millionFive weeks after announcing that scammers stole about $ 6.5 million from Colorado’s unemployment system during the pandemic, state unemployment administrators increased that number dramatically.

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Colorado Doctor reassures those who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccineNow many are wondering if they are at risk for blood clots that may be related to the vaccine.

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Health Specialist Addresses Growing Fears in Colorado Over Johnson & Johnson VaccineWhen Colorado stopped giving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, experts fear people won’t get their dose again.

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Dog euthanized after found matted and emaciated, reward offeredMetro Denver Crime Stoppers is offering a $ 2,000 reward for information on a case of animal cruelty.

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Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser testifies in support of Bill that firearms should not get into the hands of domestic abusersAttorney General Phil Weiser testified before lawmakers Tuesday to support laws aimed at protecting domestic violence survivors.

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Colorado traveling circuses banning bill going through committeeColorado lawmakers are debating a bill that would prohibit circuses from traveling in the state.

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Improve the future and help potential parents fill in the gapsRaise the Future provides family support services in all of Colorado’s 64 counties so that parents can better understand their children.

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Colorado Family opens Arms & Home as a foster familyThere are currently approximately 2,500 homes in Colorado that are certified for maintenance.

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Suncor Announces $ 12M Improvements Following Emissions InvestigationSuncor Energy on Monday announced the results of an independent third party investigation into emissions at its Commerce City refinery.

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Questions and Answers: CBS4 investigator Kati Weis answers questions about ID.me problemsThe ID.me system in place in Colorado to combat fraudulent jobless claims puts some people who are unemployed in a desperate situation.

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A year after the devastating harvest season, Palisade Peach Farmer was “not too worried”Rows of peach trees in bloom are a promising sight for one of Colorado’s largest peach producers.

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Denver Food Pantry will be closed as older adults can now safely shop for themselvesA pantry in Denver is getting ready to close, and that’s a good thing. A decline in COVID cases and the availability of vaccines have allowed older adults served by Kavod Senior Life’s pantry to get out and shop for themselves.

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Douglas County decides from the Tri-County Health OrderDouglas County’s officers voted to opt out of the Tri-County’s Public Health Ordinance, which is essentially due to be adopted after the state’s COVID-19 clock face expires on April 16.

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COVID In Colorado: Counties are partnering to make it easy to fully reopenWhile state mandates for masks and large capacity restrictions remain in place, indoor gatherings will remain, but the state’s COVID-19 dial will soon be retired.

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Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine loss deals a huge blow to mountain communitiesThe Johnson & Johnson vaccine has benefits especially for Coloradans who live in rural areas.

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Colorado has given far fewer Johnson & Johnson vaccines compared to Pfizer & ModernaThe Johnson & Johnson vaccine will likely be available again for Coloradans in days, not weeks.

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Lack of wood causes problems for those who build everything from fences to housesThe price of sawn timber has increased by around 180% since last spring.

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The proposed bill would unlawfully bring public benefits to those in the USState lawmakers are discussing the bill to provide health care and housing assistance to people regardless of immigration status.

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First wave of snow hits ColoradoCheck out Lauren Whitney’s prediction

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Colorado Department of Labor ID.me program causing problems for some applicantsHundreds of jobless applicants are frustrated because of problems with ID.me.

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Governor Jared Polis announces that the COVID-19 watch face will give way to more local controlThe mandate for face masks is expected to last until early May.

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