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Street Sweeping Begins Wednesday In Denver
People who live, work or shop in Denver may be impacted by street sweeping when the seasonal program begins Wednesday.
Colorado Trying Again To Add Maternal Warnings At Pot Shops
A proposal to require Colorado's pot shops to post warnings for pregnant customers is getting a second look in the state Legislature.
Expectant Mom Stabbed In Longmont Calls Child A 'Light Being'
A Colorado mother to be who lost her unborn child in a brutal stabbing attack has issued her first public statement.
How To Give Your Child A Green Thumb (Without Killing Innocent Plants)
Introducing children to gardening is a great way to get them outside and educate them about where food comes from.
What The Mini Bar Costs Around The World
A new study released by TripAdvisor compared the rates of room service in various global cities, a list that you actually want to rank low on.
Couple Making 3-Month Trip Across Colorado With 3 Donkeys To Support War Vets
Come mid-May people may notice a couple trekking across Western Colorado with their three donkeys.
The Story Of Peaches The Pup
everal dogs in the group rescued from puppy mills across the Midwest and brought to Denver have already found homes.
Senate President's Bill Would Expand Protections For Unborn Children
Colorado Senate President Bill Cadman is drafting a bill that would extend legal protection against crimes to unborn children here in Colorado.
Boulder Arts Week Kicks Off With "Insane Colorful Madness"
Boulder is home to the eighth largest concentration of artists in the country, and for the next week that art will be on full display.
Douglas County Zonta Club Hosts Trivia Night Fundraiser
The Zonta Club of Douglas County will hold its annual trivia fundraiser next month.
Police Search For Suspects Wanted In Facebook Stabbing
Police in Longmont have identified one of the men men wanted for stabbing a man over Facebook postings.
Woman Suspected Of Cutting Unborn Baby From Womb To Face Attempted Murder, Assault Charges
A woman suspected of cutting an unborn baby from a woman's belly in Longmont will face several charges, including attempted murder, in the attack.
Evidence Technician Looking For Ancestors After Finding Civil War Era Items
An evidence lab technician with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is trying to track down a family whose ancestors' belongings were found amongst recovered stolen items.
Jefferson County Goes High Tech To Track Coyotes
The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is going high tech when it comes to tracking coyotes and their behavior.
Habitat For Humanity Building Affordable Housing Near Downtown Denver
Habitat for Humanity is busy working on new, affordable housing near Downtown Denver.
Denver Zoo Welcomes Second Tamandua Birth
The Denver Zoo is celebrating its second-ever birth of a southern tamandua, a species of anteater.
Denver Art Museum Kicks Off Free Admission For Kids, Denver Offers More Free Programs For Families
Families in Denver are encouraged to take advantage of free programs during spring break offered through the MY Denver Card.
Give LIVE Concert Benefits Bonfils, Marrow Donation
Bonfils Blood Center is hosting the Give LIVE Concert to raise money and awareness of bone marrow donation.
'Healthcare In Your Future Job Fair' To Be Held In Loveland
LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) - A health care job fair will be held in Loveland next Wednesday. The Healthcare In Your Future Job Fair is scheduled for noon to 3 p.m. at the Embassy Suites Conference Center located at 4705 Clydesdale Parkway. The...
New Diabetes Drugs Control Glucose, Weight
Doctors who treat diabetes say a couple of new classes of drugs are attacking the disease in a new way.
Women's Bean Project Part Of Colorado's War On Poverty
Women's Bean Project, a Denver organization with a national reach, is working to address the issues behind statistics like the latest figures showing Colorado is making progress against child poverty, but that the state's economic recovery isn't...
Olympic Cyclist Davis Phinney Honored At White House For Work With Parkinson's Patients
Olympic cyclist Davis Phinney was honored Monday at the White House for his foundation and work to improve the lives of patients with Parkinson's disease.
'Alert Day' Raises Awareness Of Type 2 Diabetes
The American Diabetes Association is challenging everyone to take the Risk Test on Alert Day, March 24th.
'Give LIVE' Headliner Has Personal Connection To Bonfils' Mission
The Give LIVE benefit concert is coming up this Friday, and tickets are selling out fast, according to event organizer Bonfils Blood Center.
2 African Wild Dogs Make New Home At Denver Zoo
The Denver Zoo is welcoming two new male African wild dogs to the Predator Ridge exhibit.
Mythic Creatures Featured In Exhibit At Denver Museum Of Nature And Science
Explore the truths behind mythic creatures like unicorns and dragons in a new exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
Mental Illness In Focus In Longmont After 2 Violent Crimes In 2 Days
After two violent crimes in just two days in Longmont, authorities are focusing on mental illness as the community deals with the emotional aftermath.
‘Being The Match’ Could Save a Life
David Collinson was months away from dying of leukemia, when a stranger donated bone marrow that saved his life. Now you can sign up to Be The Match.
Fund For Michelle Wilkins
Contributions for the pregnant Longmont stabbing victim can be sent to the following address: The Michelle Wilkins Trust Fund, c/o The Kapsak Law Firm, LLC, 1610 Hover St. Suite 203, Longmont, CO 80501
Century-Old Gold Dredge Still Tells the Story of Breckenridge's Mining Past
A dredge that was built for gold mining still lies in a small pond just east of Breckenridge. It's called the Reiling Dredge.
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