One Ear Out Campaign Fights Distracted ListeningLocal fathers bring attention to those killed while wearing headphones with One Ear Out campaign.
Punch Bowl Social Opens Second Location; Donates To NonprofitPunch Bowl Social opened its second location in Colorado Saturday night at the site of the historic Stapleton air traffic control tower.
Mile High Holidays Kicks Off With Giant Ice SculptureMile High Holidays kicked off on Friday with Denver Mayor Michael Hancock helping put the finishing touches on a snowflake ice sculpture in Cherry Creek North.
Service Dog Shot While Protecting Owner During Break-InThieves shot a 10-year-old service dog trying to protect her owner. The dog survived and will continue to help her owner, with just three legs now instead of four.
'Stand Up Colorado' Takes On Domestic ViolenceA new statewide campaign launched Friday called “Stand Up Colorado” takes on domestic violence by focusing on survivors, pushing the blame back toward the people responsible.
Boulder Man Travels To Cuba For Cancer TreatmentsSoon after he got his cancer diagnosis, George Keays sat down to write a note to friends. “Life isn’t meant to be fair,” he wrote. “It’s meant to be lived.”
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Ivory Ban Reversal Causes Concern For Increase In Trophy HuntingThe National Wildlife Property Repository near Denver has collected more than a million items made up from animals unlawfully traded and acquired by U.S. special agents and inspectors.
FBI Searches For Bank Robbers Wearing Hoodies, MasksPolice in Aurora have teamed up with the FBI to search for two men who robbed a bank last week.
Families Have A Reason To Celebrate On Denver Adoption DayJudges across Denver finalized adoptions of 44 children on Thursday as part of the 13th annual Denver Adoption Day which is also National Adoption Day.
Hillary Clinton Brings Book Tour To Bellco TheaterHillary Clinton is in Denver to discuss her new memoir named "What Happened" at the Bellco Theater on Thursday.
Families Across Colorado Celebrate National Adoption DayThursday is National Adoption Day and the focus is on families. Nationwide, there are more than 110,000 children in foster care waiting for a family to call their own.
Consumer Reports: Most Distracting Infotainment Systems In CarConsumer Reports looks at which of those vehicle infotainment systems are the most distracting to drivers.
Heading To The Airport? Get Ready For New Electronics Screening GuidelinesJust in time for holiday travel, the Transportation Security Administration is announcing new policies for carry-on electronics at Denver International Airport.
Denver Museum Of Nature & Science Needs Taste Testers For StudyStarting Nov. 20, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science is going to be looking for volunteers, especially families, to put their taste buds to the test.
'Rent' Became Broadway Game ChangerThe 20th anniversary touring production of "Rent" is playing in Denver.
Dog Helps Man Find Cancer“One time he jumped on me from the right and I didn’t feel any pain… and I thought it should have hurt.” Not numbness, “I didn’t feel anything.”
Without Rail Option, Bus Rapid Transit Considered For Highway 119 CommutersWith the growing population in Colorado, RTD is looking at ways to further connect cities and ease the traffic on roadways.
Police: 14-Year-Old Found SafePolice in Denver say they have found a teenager who disappeared last month.
Doctor Trains Athletes & Others To Treat Their Breathing TroubleIf you get severe shortness of breath during a workout, the problem may be vocal cord dysfunction.
Man Works Through Cancer To Stay NormalOn Tuesday morning CBS4 gave Matt Payne a little support in a message on air.
Tracksuit Wedding, Governor Play KBCO’s Studio CDenver band Tracksuit Wedding and Gov. John Hickenlooper visited KBCO’s Studio C to promote the Sing It To Me Santa concert.
Colorado Governor's Race: Who's Running?Colorado voters will elect a new governor on Nov. 6, 2018. See a list of declared candidates in the race:
Sen. Gardner: If Moore Wins, Senate Should Expel HimColorado's Republican Senator Cory Gardner says if Roy Moore wins his race in Alabama, the Senate should vote to expel him.
Manitou Incline Scheduled To Reopen In DecemberThe Manitou Incline in Manitou Springs is scheduled to reopen in less than three weeks.
Skydiving Business Helps Students At Center For The BlindStudents participating in programs run by the Colorado Center for the Blind experienced indoor skydiving Monday at the iFly Denver wind tunnel in Lone Tree.
Police Search For Man Who Grabbed, Kissed 13-Year-OldPolice in Boulder hope someone recognizes the man in a sketch who is wanted for sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl.
Millions Of Fire Extinguishers RecalledFire inspectors are keeping a close eye out for recalled fire extinguishers that may not work in an emergency.
Local Farmer Fighting Hunger With Free HarvestOne of the largest direct-to-consumer produce farms along Colorado's Front Range is fighting hunger with a free harvest.
'One Epic Night' To Help Local Music ProgramsA concert will soon kick off to benefit music programs in schools across the Denver metro area.

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