CAMPAIGN 2016: Hillary Clinton Chooses Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine As Running Mate (Full Story)
Ranch Provides Safe Place For Kids With Health ChallengesThey say laughter is the best medicine, and CBS4 found plenty of that out at the Roundup River Ranch this week.
Drivers Willing To Give A Lift To Cancer Patients NeededThe American Cancer Society needs drivers to help get patients on the road to recovery. They are asking for volunteers to give people with cancer a lift to and from treatment.
Search Is On For Owners Of Dozens Of Keys Found In Stolen TruckA Lakewood woman is hoping she might have your lost pair of keys.
Homebuilders Balk At Fees For Affordable HousingAs part of a plan to raise millions of dollars for affordable housing in Denver, home builders would be charged a fee, which they say just adds to the cost of a home.
No Bids Yet For Broncos Stadium Naming Rights, Deadline Extended AgainNo bidders have stepped forward yet in a bankruptcy court auction for the naming rights for Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
Cirque Du Soleil Bringing ‘Toruk’ To DenverFor one weekend only, Cirque Du Soleil is bringing the exciting world of “Toruk” to Denver.
Anchor Center To Host Volunteers For Day Of ServiceThe Anchor Center for Blind Children will host 44 volunteers for Xcel Energy’s Day of Service.
4 Years Later, Fundraising For Aurora Memorial ContinuesFour years after 12 people were killed at an Aurora movie theater, the effort for a permanent memorial to the victims is more than halfway to its goal.
Sex Assault Prevention Director: Dating Apps No More Dangerous -- Or SafeA Denver man has been arrested and charged with sexual assault after investigators say he used the dating app Tinder to connect with a woman and then rape her.
Lyme Patient Champions Tick Tracking, EducationMonica White says it took 7-years for her to get a diagnosis of Lyme disease, now she wants other people to be aware of the disease.
Denver City Council Unanimously Approves Plan To Improve Westwood NeighborhoodThe City of Denver is working on a plan to improve the Westwood neighborhood.
Current Fire Restrictions Along The Front RangeSeveral counties and cities across Colorado have fire restrictions in place after several wildfires and an increased fire danger forecast across the state.
Denver Police Releases 'Ain't Too Cool' Dance VideoDenver police are having some fun in a new video they posted to their Facebook page Monday.
Daytime Manners Give Way To A Little Nighttime Rowdiness At Cheyenne Frontier DaysThe annual Cheyenne Frontier Days celebration of everything Old West returns this Friday for its 120th year, and is jam-packed with a whole lot of fun … and manners.
Warning Of Possible Measles Exposure Across Denver Metro AreaPeople who visited Target, King Soopers or any of five other locations in the south Denver metro area are being warned about possible exposure to measles.
Patients: ‘Lyme Disease Is In Colorado’Lyme disease is most commonly associated with the East Coast and the Upper Midwest. Patients testing positive for Lyme disease in Colorado want people know it’s here too.
Beer Festival Honors Victim Of Aurora Theater ShootingThe fifth annual Night To Remember honors Alex Teves, a member of the brew club, who was 24 years old when he was killed along with 11 others in 2012.
Cyclists Take Long Trip, Raise $100,000 For Denver's HomelessCyclists from the Denver Rescue Mission crossed the finish line Sunday after biking hundreds of miles all for a good cause.
TSA To Open Temporary Pre-Check Enrollment CenterThe Transportation Security Administration is opening an additional, temporary office in the Denver metro area to accommodate increased demand for its pre-check program.
CBI Eliminates Backlog Of Sex Assault Evidence KitsThe Colorado Bureau of Investigation is leading the way when it comes to how sexual assault evidence kits are processed across the nation.
Colorado Senate Candidate To Speak At Republican National ConventionThe Republican National Committee has released a partial list of speakers for this year's convention. Among them is Darryl Glenn.
Entertainer Hula Hoops Her Way To Union StationThe event will benefit Arts Street, an organization that inspires low-income and under-served kids.
Restaurant Owner Offers Huge Reward For The Return Of His DogA restaurant owner says his dog went missing after a bizarre encounter with a man.
Applause Rings Out From Anxious Cold Springs Fire EvacueesApplause rang out inside the Nederland High School gym after good news of progress fighting the Cold Springs Fire.
Bicycle Bank Robbery Suspect Identified, Still On The RunInvestigators in Denver have identified a bank robbery suspect who uses a bicycle as a getaway. Shawn William Scott remains on the run.
SUV Headlights Testing ResultsThe Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tested headlights on 2016 and 2017 small SUVS. Of the 21 tested, not a single one received the highest rating of "good."
Police Search For Thief Who Targets Bikes Near Webb BuildingPolice searched for a man who steals bicycles parked outside the Webb Building in downtown Denver.
Hospitals Reporting More Colorado Babies Being Born THC-PositiveColorado's legalization of recreational marijuana has led to an increase in the number of babies being born THC-positive.
Firefighter Continues Battle Despite Losing Home In Cold Springs FireAmong the five homes destroyed in the Cold Springs Fire near Nederland was one belonging to a firefighter battling the flames.
Cold Springs Fire Evacuee Has Close Call While Saving Beloved HorsesA Cold Springs Fire evacuee came face-to-face with the flames as she worked to save her horses.

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