Cultural Events Opens Doors Between Architecture & ArtDoors Open Denver is a two-day celebration of architecture and design throughout the city. Six cultural experiences will explore how architecture influences art.
Columbine Survivors Helping Those With PTSD Get Resources For HelpIt's been 18 years since the deadly shooting at Columbine High School. Now students who were inside the school during the attack say they've found a new purpose -- to give back.
'Doors Open' To Show Off Denver ArchitectureFor two-days, Denverites get access to dozens of locations to admire and learn about the architecture and design.
Columbine Survivors FundraiserThe Rebels Project seeks to embrace, support, and connect survivors of mass tragedy by creating a safe environment to share unique resources, experiences, and provide education surrounding the varying effects of mass trauma.
Phone Scam: Fake CDOT Representative Threatens 'Deportation'The Colorado Department of Transportation is warning about a phone scam that involves a caller saying they are a CDOT representative and requesting personal information.
Celebrate Record Store Day With Special Studio C Vinyl ReleaseSaturday is the 10th annual Record Store Day and music lovers can get a special KBCO Studio C vinyl release.
Plant Trees To Replace Tree-Killing Emerald Ash BorerThe Colorado Tree Coalition offers online descriptions of trees suitable to plant throughout Colorado and also a list of recommended trees to plant along the Front Range.
Surveillance Video Could Help Track Down GunmanAuthorities have a suspect sketch and vehicle description, along with surveillance video they hope will help them track down a gunman.
Doors Open Denver Must-See ListThere is so much to do and see at Doors Open Denver that CBS4 has put together a Must-See List.
'Hops For Homes' Fest Helps Habitat For Humanity Craft A HomeAttention beer enthusiasts interested in helping a good cause: tickets are still available for a fun event this weekend that helps Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver.
'Luzia' Dreams Up New Vision Of MexicoCirque du Soleil's "Luzia" is a waking dream which transports the audience into an imaginary Mexico.
Get Ready To Pedal Away Thanks To The Bike LibraryThe City of Golden kicked off it's second season at the Golden Bike Library on Thursday. At the popular bike sharing program, bikes are free for the first two hours at the new Golden Bike Library and then just $10 for the entire day.
OneRepublic Joins 'Take Note' Concert LineupAnother big Colorado-based band is joining next month's Take Note: The Concert event.
Mother Gives Daughter 'Life Again' With Liver TransplantA mother and daughter now share a special bond. In March, they were forever linked by a liver transplant.
Film On The Rocks Releases 2017 Schedule, Includes 'Rogue One'The schedule for this year's Film on the Rocks movie series has been released.
Woman Learning To Drive Facing Charges In Death Of ChildWilfredo Cardoza fought back tears as he described the freak accident that killed his 21-month-old daughter, Aelin.
Denver Ozone Ranked 11th Worst In U.S.Denver's skyline is one of the most scenic in the nation but it's still among the worst polluted in the nation.
Police Search For Theft Suspect Known As 'Tank'Police in Aurora searched for a man known as "Tank" who is suspected of stealing from a teenager at a 7-Eleven.
Community Gathers To Remember Victims In Home ExplosionA community gathered to remember two men killed when a home exploded in Firestone on Monday afternoon, along with a beloved teacher who was badly burned.
Ski Resort Pleads For Chairlift Adoption In Hilarious VideoEldora Mountain Resort needs help in finding some good homes for chairlifts that desperately need love.
Denver Trees Are Turning Green, But Also BlueAn environmental art exhibit is going in Downtown Denver to start a conversation about tree conservation.
Colorado Kid Turned Broadway Actor Is Back ... To Give BackShe was raised in Colorado and grew up to become a Tony Award nominee and Broadway actor. Now Beth Malone is back.. to give back to the Denver Actor's Fund.
2 Bodies Found In Rubble Of Home ExplosionThe two bodies of the people who were initially reported missing Tuesday afternoon after an explosion and fire that destroyed a home in Firestone were located on Tuesday afternoon. The home continues to smolder nearly 24 hours after the explosion.
Gas Station Patrons At Risk After Skimmer Found On PumpA credit card skimmer was found at a gas station in Aurora and police are encouraging people to check their bank statements for any suspicious activity.
Now Is The Time To Plan For End-Of-Life WishesPlanning for dying can be a difficult conversation. It is scary for the individual and emotional for loved ones, but it's important to have that talk, before it's too late.
'Mouse Mess' Voted This Year's One Book 4 ColoradoA story about a mouse and a mess is this year's "One Book 4 Colorado" winner.
'Frozen The Musical' Cast AnnouncedThe cast of "Frozen The Musical" was announced on Monday afternoon.
Waiting To File Taxes? Metro Area Post Offices Are ReadyThis year's tax filing deadline is April 18 and Denver metro area post offices are getting ready for those who waited until the last minute to file.
Victims In Triple Homicide Were RelatedFamily members told CBS4 that all three victims in the Coal Creek Canyon homicides were related. Investigators continue to try to track down the suspect wanted in the murders.
Classmates Remember Teen Killed In Suspected Drunk Driving CrashFamily and friends of a Colorado teenager are mourning after he was killed in a suspected drunk driving crash.

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