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Horses Take Center Stage At 'Cavalia Odysseo'
The popular show Cavalia Odysseo has returned to Denver after a four-year absence and it's enjoying an extended run.
Colorado Schools Embrace Theory: Kids Learn Better When They Get Moving
More than 120 schools across Colorado are hoping to take advantage of the results of a new study which shows that students who engage in physical activity learn better.
This Year's Leaf Drop Program Begins In Denver
October means the leaves are changing and falling, and starting Wednesday Denver-area residents can start recycling them.
'Unsinkable Molly Brown' Adapted For A New Century
Can a 50-year-old traditional Broadway musical be revised and reborn to fit the sensibilities of a new century?
Capitol Dome Reopening Set For Thursday
State officials will be holding a dedication ceremony Thursday to mark the reopening of the newly restored Colorado Capitol dome.
Diabetes Prevention Program Offers Knowledge For Living Healthy
Diabetes is reaching epidemic levels in the United States. The Center for African American Health offers the Diabetes Prevention Program, which teaches people how to improve their health.
Wear The Right Gear For Race Day in Colorado
Weather is a variable for runners in Colorado, have a race day dress code.
Study: Coloradans Are Happier Than Most Of America
People who live in Colorado are much happier than people living in nearly all of the states in America, according to a study by WalletHub.
New Recommendations For Teen Birth Control
The American Academy of Pediatrics has announced new recommendations for birth control and teens. As CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, pediatricians say the best methods are long acting ... and not the pill or condoms.
This Year’s ‘Emily’s Ride’ Biggest Ever
Eight years ago Saturday 16-year-old Emily Keyes died. She was killed by a gunman who held her and six other girls hostage inside Platte Canyon High School.
Teen Girl Killed By Possible Drunk Driver In Head-On Crash In Arvada
A 16-year-old girl from Westminster died at the scene of a head-on crash in Arvada Friday evening.
‘Cool Colors Of Autumn’ Car Show Benefits Vets In Need Of Medical Care
HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. (CBS4) - Classic cars will be on display Sunday as a part of a charity event benefiting veterans. Proceeds from the Cool Colors Of Autumn charity car show will help fund the Denver Fisher House Foundation. It's an...
Moms Stitch Together Memories To Fight Gun Violence
Mothers across Colorado are using quilting to fight gun violence. The group called Moms Demand Action is stitching together memories and a message as part of their Mother’s Dream Quilt Project.
Peter Simon Donates Grand Piano To Regis University Ahead Of Concert
Regis University is now the proud owner of a grand piano donated by global concert pianist Peter Simon.
Colorado Residents Can Drop Off Unused Prescription Drugs On Saturday
Cities along the Front Range are accepting unused and expired prescription medication on Saturday to prevent them from being abused or disposed of improperly.
After Another Dog Killed, Animal Training Begins For Police
Police across Colorado will learn how to deal with aggressive dogs and other animals next week as part of training mandated by state law.
Thieves Steal Customers' Credit Data From Eight Colorado Jimmy John's
After data thieves targeted eight Colorado Jimmy John's locations, the sandwich company says it has taken steps to shore up its digital safeguards so the theft doesn't occur again.
Job Fair In Adams County Is Over But Jobs Are Still Available
Nearly 5,000 jobs were available at a job fair that was held in Adams County on Wednesday and those who missed the fair can apply online.
Dog That Had Frostbitten Toes Cut Off Needs Help To Walk Without Pain
A dog that had his toes cut off by his previous owners after suffering from frostbite needs help to walk without pain and find a forever home.
'The Unsinkable Molly Brown' Tickets
Buy tickets for "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" at denvercenter.org
Health Officials Team Up With Law Enforcement To Tackle Prescription Drug Abuse
Colorado has the second highest rate of prescription drug abuse in the nation. More people die from drug overdoses than car crashes every year. Now health officials are teaming up with law enforcement to tackle the problem.
CU Offers Veteran Students Free Dental Care
The University of Colorado School Of Dental Medicine is offering free dental care to military veteran students.
There's Still Time To Train For The 5K & 10K
With all the options at the Rock 'n' Roll Denver Marathon & 1/2, there is still time to train.
'Cold Cap Therapy' Helps Cancer Patients On Chemo Keep Their Hair
A person learning they have cancer is a shock, and going through treatment can be the most frightening time of their life. Now there is a product on the market that may help ease that fear for some.
Major Renovation Could Bury Parts Of I-70 Across City
A massive facelift to Interstate 70 would sink 10 lanes along a huge stretch of the metro area should a construction proposal go forward.
Gov. Hickenlooper Gets His New FDA-Approved Needle-Free Flu Shot
Flu season is just around the corner and Gov. John Hickenlooper got his flu shot on Monday, but he barely felt it. The governor's vaccine was injected without a needle.
Walk for Turner Syndrome Awareness Raises $40,000 For New Clinic
The 3rd annual Walk for Turner Syndrome Awareness held at Hudson Gardens on Sunday raised more than $40,000 to fund a clinic to offer families dealing with the disease support and education.
District Attorney Assigns Investigator After Boulder Marathon Is Canceled
Angry runners have been sounding off about this year's Boulder Marathon being canceled at the last minute, and now the Boulder County District Attorney’s office is getting involved.
Sheriff's Office Say Boulder Marathon Organizers Missed Deadline
Organizers of the Boulder Marathon announced on Friday that race has been canceled, but there are some conflicting reports as to why.
Hundreds Of Vets Receive Pot Free Of Charge At Special Event
Hundreds of military veterans received marijuana free of charge on Saturday. The unusual event included free medical marijuana and edibles.
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