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Couple Loses Video Of Baby's Birth When Smartphone Gets Stolen
There are a lot of different options for consumers who want to make sure precious family photos and videos don't get lost, and Denverite Jessica Pinkoczi can assure you it's worth the relatively low costs of them.
Holiday Security Lines At DIA Won't Be As Bad For TSA Precheck Enrollees
The TSA is hoping that increased interest in its Precheck program will keep the lines moving along.
Volunteers Of America Helps Those Down On Their Luck At Family Motel
Life deals many people a bad hand, and some of those struggling the most are lucky to find an old motel in west Denver.
'Like The Berlin Wall Coming Down': Group's Reaction To Cuba Breakthrough
Calling their reaction "delighted surprise," one Boulder organization with ties to Cuba heartily welcomed the president's decision to normalize relations with the Communist island nation.
FlyDenver.com, DIA's website, helps travelers who may have lost more than baggage.
I-25 To Be Closed Overnight From Colorado To Evans
It won't be too long before you can ride your bike or walk across Interstate 25 on the Colorado Center Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge.
At The Right Step, 'Empowering' Horses Supply Physical, Emotional Gifts
Izquierdo, who has cerebral palsy, says the therapeutic riding program she participates in at The Right Step helps her boost her physical wellbeing; but it also furnishes a mental and emotional health that's less tangible.
Generous Donations Collected For Boys & Girls Club During Care 4 Colorado Toy Drive
Generous Coloradans donated toys on Wednesday to help members of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver.
Mother Of Wounded Soldier Serves Up Burritos At New VA Hospital
She started early in the morning making burritos that she sells for a few dollars at a time. Before she headed out, she piled well over 100 in coolers, wrapped with foil and piping hot.
Philip Pleasants Shines As Ebenezer Scrooge In 'A Christmas Carol'
"A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens has been a holiday classic more than 170 years, and it's currently playing in downtown Denver.
West Side Organization Offers Hope For Less Fortunate Neighbors
People in West Denver have little, but they manage to give a lot at a neighborhood organization called Servicios de La Raza.
Postal Workers Gear Up For The Onslaught
They call it the Super Bowl for the post office as United States Postal Service employees are working non-stop with Christmas fast approaching.
2 Brothers With Big Hearts Turn Ranch Into Youth Farm In Rifle
The Don Kriz Youth Farm in Rifle is a haven for children in need. They can learn about farming and raising animals. It's a ranch where they can feel safe.
Memorial For Fighter Pilot From Colorado Killed Overseas Held In Rifle
A Colorado community came together Sunday to remember a local hero who died while serving his country overseas.
CBS4's Mark Haas Remembers Mentor Who Battled Cancer
After Brandon Schantz beat cancer the first time, he wanted to help kids battling cancer. He never got the chance, but it’s a cause his family has continued today.
Governor’s Mansion All Decked Out And Free For The Public To See
The Governor's Mansion is all decked out for the holidays and is now open to the public for the next week.
Activist Fighting To Free Nigerian Girls: 'Nothing Else Matters'
A Nigerian activist heavily involved in the effort to free schoolgirls kidnapped in her home country says the world is unfortunately forgetting about their plight while hundreds of girls are still held.
'It Was Horrible': Victim In CU Groping Case Speaks After Suspect's Arrest
University of Colorado police have arrested a man they believe committed unwelcome sexual advances toward five female students near the CU campus recently and attempted to fondle one of them.
Pets Get Luxury Accommodations At DIA
Dogs and cats are given the royal treatment at a new pet boarding facility at Denver International Airport.
Study: Too Many Mistakes With Children And Cold Medicine
A new study urges parents to use extra caution when measuring out cold medicine for their children.
East High School Students Start Fund To Help Injured Officer
East High School students have started a fundraising effort to help a Denver police officer who was struck and run over by a car during protests by students last week.
Thieves Steal Credit Cards, Buy $1,000 Target Gift Cards
Three women are working together to steal credit cards and then use those stolen cards to buy $1,000 gift cards in stores along the Front Range.
Denver Zoo Welcomes New Okapi
A 2-year-old okapi is making itself home at the Denver Zoo after living at Disney's Animal Kingdom.
Donate Life Colorado Members Hand Out Roses To Transplant Patients
In this season of giving, more than 2,500 Coloradans are hoping for the gift of life -- an organ transplant.
Ranking: Colorado Least Obese State In U.S.
Colorado ranks number one in physical activity and the lowest in diabetes prevalence along with being the least obese state in the U.S. according to a new study.
Milwaukee Street Hit & Run Victim Dies From Injuries
A woman who was seriously injured and hospitalized after a car struck her in an alley in northeast Denver on Tuesday night has died.
City Year Denver Welcomes Donations Spurred By Colorado Gives Day
City Year Denver, a nonprofit that helps underserved public school students in Denver, hopes an annual giving day in Colorado will help fund its efforts and increase its profile.
Colorado AG Combating Scam Artists With Anti-Fraud Site
The first clue it was a scam was the caller's sense of humor. "We know government has no sense of humor," Tom Logan said.
From Giraffes To Jazz, Crowdfunding Offers Alternatives For Denver Groups
As the Internet provides more tools and as regulations ease, countless small-business owners and organizations across the country are increasingly turning to strangers to help fund their endeavors.
Gov. Hickenlooper Wants A New 'Colorado Gives Day' Record On Tuesday
Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday challenged Coloradans to set a new record for generosity in the annual Colorado Gives Day.
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