Residents Warned About Bill Pay Website: 'There's An Easier Way'The City of Thornton is warning utility customers about how they pay their bill online.
Denver Businesses Eager To Apply For Cannabis Consumption PermitsMany Denver businesses are waiting to apply for a cannabis consumption permit under Ordinance 300.
Thousands Of Coloradans To Participate In Women's MarchThousands of women from across Colorado are expected to gather at Civic Center Park in Denver Saturday for a solidarity march.
Child Abuse Hotline Expanded To Help More KidsThe Colorado Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline is being expanded to help more children who may be in danger.
Owner Of 'Steve’s Snappin’ Dogs' Tells Cancer 'Bite Me'The man who brought East Coast hot dogs to East Colfax Avenue in Denver is battling kidney cancer. But he's not doing it alone.
Man Attacks Woman On BusPolice in Denver hope someone recognizes a man wanted for attacking a woman on an RTD bus last month.
Rallyers Say Community's Relationship With Police Needs Fixing NowSome Denver community leaders are calling for criminal justice reform. They say the relationship between police and the community is fractured in the city and it needs to be repaired.
Tony Award Winning ‘Fun Home’ Takes On Family Secrets“Fun Home” is a Tony Award winning musical about the trials and tribulations of family. It runs Jan. 11-22 at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.
Burn Survivor Pays It Forward At University Of Colorado HospitalTen years ago, a Colorado woman was burned on nearly 90 percent of her body. Today, she is an inspiration, helping other burn survivors recover.
Family Of Denver Woman Killed In Mexico Says She Was TrampledThe family of a teenager killed at the scene of a nightclub shooting in Mexico is waiting to get her body home to Denver for a proper burial.
New Mall Pay-To Park System Gets Chilly ReceptionA new pay-to-park system is now in effect at the Cherry Creek Shopping Center, and it isn't getting a warm reception among shoppers CBS4 interviewed.
Volunteers Help Build Homes On MLK HolidayMore than five dozen volunteers picked up hammers and saws on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to help build homes for Habitat for Humanity.
Denver Teen Killed At Mexico NightclubA teen from Denver has been killed during an incident at a nightclub in Mexico on Monday.
Man Loses 'Pride & Joy' On The Job Delivering PizzaA man in Golden is out a car, and possibly a job, after a pizza delivery gone wrong last Thursday.
Ever Think About Donating Blood? The Time Is NowRecord snow may be good for Colorado’s ski resorts, but it’s bad news for banks that could potentially save your life.
Popular Dog Park Puts Health, Safety At RiskOne dog park in Jefferson County is so popular, it's putting health and safety of both humans and dogs at risk.
Arrest Warrant Issued For Alleged Solar Con ArtistThe Colorado Attorney General’s office has shut down a Colorado solar energy company, but victims of an alleged scam artist say it’s a move too late to stop Kevin Ryder.
Puppy Thieves Wanted In $1,300 Dog TheftTwo people are wanted for stealing a puppy at a pet store in Centennial.
Freezing Rain, Increased Traffic Expected Over MLK Holiday WeekendFreezing rain and increased traffic volume is expected to cause some delays for travelers along the Interstate 70 corridor as they make their way to the ski areas.
CBSNews Wants To Hear Your #DearPresidentTrumpIn a few more days, President-elect Donald Trump will take the oath and become the 45th President of the United States of America.
Man Suspected In Theft Of Numerous Bicycles From Parking GaragesVideo shows a bike thief trying to ride away with his loot when it becomes apparent that something is wrong.
Get Ready For Evergreen Lake Plunge On Feb. 12It’s back on. The Evergreen Lake Plunge, cancelled on New Year’s Day because warm weather kept people off the ice at Evergreen Lake has been re-scheduled.
Large Crowds Expected At Annual Marade EventsThe annual Marade events in Denver to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. have been announced.
Colorado Doctor Studying Drugs To Help With Symptoms Of DementiaThe wife of the late actor Robin Williams blames his suicide on a disease called Lewy body dementia. You may not know about it, but it affects an estimated 1.4 million people in the U.S.
Vote To Pick Your Favorite New Monopoly TokenHasbro is going to let people pick the eight tokens that will be included in the next version of the classic game.
Crested Butte Receives 7½ Feet Of Snow In 10 DaysCrested Butte Mountain Resort has received seven-and-a-half feet of snow in the past 10 days, claiming the most snow of any ski area in Colorado so far this year.
Baby Cape Buffalo Arrives At Denver ZooA new baby is romping around the Denver Zoo after coming into the world on New Year's Eve.
Doctors, Parents Concerned About Spread Of RSVRocky Mountain Hospital for Children (RMHC) is crowded with infants suffering from a respiratory virus called RSV, respiratory syncytial virus.
State Creates Permanent Household Medication Drop-Off LocationsColorado health officials are setting up permanent locations across the state for people to dispose of medications they no longer need in an effort to reduce prescription drug abuse.
Shotgun, 2 Handguns, Ballistics Vest Stolen From VehiclePolice in Westminster searched for the suspects wanted in several vehicle break-ins overnight in which weapons and a ballistics vest were stolen.

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