Denver Girl Determined To Fight Lyme DiseaseLyme disease affects about 300,000 people in the U S every year. One of them, an 11-year-old from Denver, has made educating people about Lyme disease her cause.
Fort Carson Soldiers Create Music Video To Honor Fallen Brothers & SistersTwo soldiers at Fort Carson helped honor their fallen brothers and sisters on Memorial Day with a music video called "I'm Gonna Miss You."
Conductor Dies After Fall From Royal Gorge TrainThe Royal Gorge train is closed while investigators look into the death of a train conductor along the scenic route.
Fallen Heroes Honored At Colorado Freedom Memorial In AuroraPeople across Colorado are remembering military members who were killed in action.
'Honor Bell' Adds More Dignity To Funerals For VeteransA Denver foundation is hoping to bring more honor and dignity to many of the funerals for veterans at Fort Logan National Cemetery.
Petition: Stop Transplants From Moving To Colorado!A petition to stop people from moving to Colorado has been set up online.
11-Year-Old Girl Dies Days After Getting Hit By SUVA little girl has died days after she was hit by a vehicle while riding her bike.
Trail Ridge Road Opens For Season But Night Closures In PlaceThe highest continuously paved road in the country is now open to vehicle traffic.
Aundrea Plunkett Memorial FundOn Sunday, May 22nd, 11-year-old Aundrea Plunkett was riding her bike near her home in a suburb of Denver when she was struck and critically injured by a passing motorist and neighbor. Despite efforts, Aundrea did not survive.
MS Society: Progressive MS Biggest Challenge For ResearchersIt’s a disease without a cure and without an effective treatment. Now researchers from around the globe are teaming up to tackle the progressive form of multiple sclerosis.
Blowing Snow Keeps Trail Ridge Road ClosedBlowing snow and icy conditions kept Trail Ridge Road from opening on Friday as crews had originally planned.
Family Learns Swim Safety After Near TragedyA family reunion nearly turned tragic when a young boy was found floating face down in the pool. Now everyone in the family is learning swim safety to avoid another possible tragedy.
Denver Native Talks About Getting Tangled In The War On TerrorA Denver native once convicted of aiding terrorists, has served his sentence and now talks to CBS4's Rick Sallinger.
Denver's 'Train To The Plane' Has Had Multiple Problems In Its Short HistoryDenver’s A-line train that runs from Union Station to Denver International Airport has been plagued by problems since it started less than a month ago.
Colorado Peace Officers Plead For Help Dealing With Post-Traumatic StressFor every peace officer who dies in the line of duty far more are taking their own lives, and peace officers are asking for help.
Woman Who Lost Baby To Kidnapper In 1986 Has Dying WishFor 30 years, a mother in Colorado Springs has been grieving for her missing child. Now, she has a dying wish.
Water World Opens For Season On SaturdayWater World opens for the season on Saturday.
Police Search For Suspects Behind Gypsy SwindlePolice in Denver searched for two men wanted in connection with performing shoddy work and using high-pressure sales tactics.
Man Gets Red Cross' Highest Award For Saving Coworker's LifeA man in Lone Tree was given the Red Cross' highest award on Tuesday after he helped save the life of his coworker last October.
Many Mountain Roads, Campsites Still Closed For Memorial Day WeekendMemorial Day Weekend kicks off the summer camping season in Colorado but officials with the U.S. Forest Service say that many National Forest System roads and campsites along the Front Range are still closed.
Toyota Adding 1.6 Million Vehicles To Takata Air Bag RecallToyota Motor Corp. is recalling nearly 1.6 million vehicles in the U.S. to replace potentially faulty front passenger air bag inflators made by Takata Corp. of Japan.
Blood Donations Needed Before Holiday WeekendBlood donations typically drop before and during holiday weekends and that has Bonfils Blood Center asking for donations before the unofficial start of summer.
Time Running Out For Bud's Warehouse, Job Training ProgramA home improvement thrift store is running out of time to raise enough money and stay in business.
West Metro Firefighters Demonstrate Why Fires Burn So FastCBS4 posed a "Good Question" to authorities: Why are fires different than they used to be?
$1,000 Reward Offered For Missing Baby Goats In Possible 'Kid-Napping'A Douglas County man is offering a $1000 reward, for the return of his missing goats. The baby goats were just days old and may have been stolen.
How To Escape A Fire: Denver Firefighters Share Life Saving LessonsGood Question: How can I help myself in a fire?
Hickenlooper: I'm 'Down Towards The Bottom' On List Of Possible V.P. PicksGov. John Hickenlooper is talking about this year's presidential campaign on a national stage.
Independence Pass, Trail Ridge Road Set To Open This WeekIndependence Pass and Trail Ridge Road are among the Colorado mountain passes set to be open in time for Memorial Day weekend.
Concerns Of Rocky Flats Health Impacts Stretch For MilesThe health impacts of those living miles away from a former nuclear weapons plant are being studied, more than 25 years after it closed down.
Police Search For Missing Boy With AutismPolice in Greenwood Village searched for a teenager with autism who went missing on Sunday.

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