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Getting The Best Advice On Parenting
New parents get lots of advice when it comes to taking care of an infant, but a new study shows much of that advice can be off the mark, putting a baby at risk for health problems. CBS4's Dr. Dave Hnida has more on the research, and how to get the...
Wounded Veteran Gets New Home: 'This Is Too Much'
A veteran who was awarded the Purple Heart for his service and his family walked into their new home in Stapleton on Saturday, one that doesn't come with a mortgage.
Muskrat In Rocky Mountain National Park Tests Positive For Tularemia
A dead muskrat has been found at the Lily Lake area in Rocky Mountain National Park and tested positive for tularemia.
Project Begins To Ease Congestion On Meadows Parkway In Castle Rock
The Colorado Department of Transportation began a project this week to ease congestion on Meadows Parkway between The Meadows and Interstate 25 in Castle Rock.
Plague Confirmed In Squirrel Found In Golden
A squirrel in Golden tested positive for the plague and the public is on alert.
Blood Drives In Honor Of Flight For Life Helicopter Crash
Two blood drives have been organized to honor the pilot killed and two nurses injured in the Flight For Life helicopter crash in Frisco earlier this month.
Denver Zoo Welcomes Sloth Named Charlotte Greenie
A 19-year-old female Linnaeus's two-toed sloth is calling the Denver Zoo her new home.
Broncos Linebacker Von Miller Helps Kids See Better
The Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller took time to help the younger generation see more clearly. He met with Denver students as part of his Von's Vision charity event.
Deputies: Sex Assault Fugitive Cut Off Ankle Monitor
The Adams County Sheriff's Office has asked for the public's help in locating a sex assault on a child suspect who cut off his ankle monitor.
CDC Releases Report On Danger Of Edible Marijuana, Points Out Lethal Colorado Case
A new report by the Centers for Disease Control focuses on a Denver case to highlight the danger of edible marijuana.
Undercover Camera Catches Car Dealer With A Deceiving Pitch
A Colorado used car dealer is caught on hidden camera deceiving potential customers.
CDC Report On Edible Marijuana
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a report on death from ingestion of edibles.
Missing Toddler Found Safe After Nearly 4 Hours
Lakewood Police searched for a missing 2-year-old from the area of West Alameda Avenue and South Newland Street on Thursday afternoon until he was returned home safe nearly four hours after he went missing.
Horse Found Tied To Fence, Legs Bound Together
A cash reward fund continues to grow as a rural Colorado community wants answers surrounding the brutal death of a horse in Moffat County.
Police Search For Serial Robber Who Hit 3 Banks This Week
Police have teamed up with the FBI to catch a bank robber who has hit three banks this week.
Police Search For 3 Persons Of Interest In Double Homicide
Two people were shot and killed at the Renaissance Apartments in Thorton last Thursday night where there were multiple witnesses.
Study: Denver & Aurora Roads Among Nation’s Roughest
A new study confirms what drivers have been thinking all along: yes, the roads really are that bad in Denver and Aurora, and it's not about to get better.
Man Accused Of Killing Wife After Eating Pot Candy To Face Motions Hearing
A man charged with killing his wife while high on marijuana candy will be in court Thursday for a motions hearing.
Denver Radio Personality Believes He Got Breast Cancer For A Reason
When most people think of breast cancer they think women, but 1 percent of breast cancer cases occur in men. CBS4 Health Specialist Kathy Walsh spoke with a survivor who believes getting the word out is his mission.
Brothers Who Tried To Help Lightning Strike Victim: 'We're Never Going To Forget'
Two brothers who were hiking near a newlywed couple who were struck by lightning while hiking on Mount Yale last Friday say they tried to help after the strike.
Boulder Police Search For FitBit Thief
Police in Boulder want the public's help to identify a woman who they believe stole several fitness tracking devices from an REI store.
Tears In The Operating Room Upon Learning Man Who Shot 'Beefcakes' Was Arrested
The dog was shot in the head and left to die on the side of the road earlier in the month, and now his former owner is facing felony charges for the crime.
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CBS4 Traffic Specialist Joel Hillan Has The Lowdown On The New U.S. 36 Tolls
The tolls on the express lanes activate for U.S. 36. on Wednesday. A transponder, which will also be used on the current I-25 express lanes, will be needed for a cheaper commute.
Family, Friends Gather To Remember Fallen Firefighter 'He Would Do It All Again'
Family and friends gathered on Tuesday morning to honor a fallen firefighter who succumbed to his injuries after falling through a skylight while fighting a fire.
New Belgium To Open Small Craft Brewery in Denver
New Belgium Brewing is coming to Denver with a new 10-barrel brewery that will offer small batch and sour beers.
Moody: BDT Stage's 'Mary Poppins' Perfect Summer Musical For The Whole Family
The Boulder Dinner Theatre has a new name -- it's now BDT Stage, but the quality of the entertainment is as good as ever. Critic at Large Greg Moody saw that when he checked out the theatre's new production of "Mary Poppins."
Friends Say Lightning Strike Victims Had A 'Fairytale Romance'
Kathleen Bartlett, 31, was hiking on Friday with her newlywed husband Ryan Pocius when a lightning bolt struck them both. The couple had been married for only a week.
Donations Needed To Build Permanent Memorial For Theater Shooting Victims
Vigils were held Monday evening to remember the victims of the theater shootings on the three-year anniversary. Now money is being raised to build a permanent memorial at the site.
Theater Shooting Memorial Garden
The 7/20 Memorial Foundation, in partnership with the city of Aurora, is looking for donations to honor those whose lives were lost or changed forever because of the tragic events of July 20, 2012, with a memorial garden where the community and those...
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