Crash Sets Back Mother Needing Specialty Van For Her DaughterA five-car crash totaled a young mother’s car last month and crushed her hopes of buying a specialty van for her special-needs daughter.
Alleged Drunk Driver Hits, Critically Injures Little GirlA little girl is in the hospital after an alleged drunk driver hit the mini van she was in.
Broadway’s ‘An American In Paris’ Same Music, Different Storyline Than 1951 MovieBroadway musical “An American in Paris” features beloved Gershwin music, but a slightly different story line from the 1951 movie.
Specialty Sports Equipment For Disabled StolenSomeone has ripped off a non-profit that helps disabled people enjoy sports again. A total of $12,000 worth of equipment is gone.
Hidden In Their Homes: Hoarders Live In A Private NightmareStatistics indicate 2 to 5 percent of the population are hoarders. But Loretta Trujillo, who is trying to get help for people like the woman who spoke with CBS4 about her problem, thinks the number is higher.
Police Search For Man With Gun Who Caused LockdownPolice have released surveillance video of the man with a gun who triggered a lockdown at the Englewood Civic Center on Wednesday evening.
Man Missing From Ski Slope In JapanA search is underway for a Denver man who went missing while skiing in Japan.
'Fractured Everywhere': Victim In Skiing Hit & Run Seriously InjuredBefore being hit while skiing at Vail Resorts last week, Patricia Koenig didn't need help getting out of bed. But now she can't do it on her own.
Your Questions Answered About The Giraffe BirthMillions of people are watching, waiting for April the giraffe to give birth at the Animal Adventure Park.
Dog Park Proves To Be Too Popular, Will CloseA popular dog park in Jefferson County is proving to be too popular and that may be its downfall. When the park will close will be decided at Thursday night's meeting.
World Premiere ‘Two Degrees’ Contributes To The Debate Over Global WarmingThe Denver Center Theatre Company offers the world premiere of "Two Degrees," a play that contributes to the ongoing conversation about global warming.
Whistleblower Claims Floor & Décor Deceived CustomersA national home improvement chain with locations in Colorado has settled a $14 million class action lawsuit over claims it was acting unethically in the sale of formaldehyde treated flooring.
Don't Forget To Make Your Reservations For Denver Restaurant WeekHundreds of Denver's top restaurants are getting ready to offer multi-course dinners for reasonable prices for Denver Restaurant Week which starts this Friday.
More Communities Put Fire Bans In Place On Colorado's Front RangeFor a stretch of 37 days there has been no measurable precipitation across the Denver metro area.
Street Racing? Woman, Newborn Critical After CrashA teenager police say was allegedly street racing crashed into a pregnant woman from Colorado Springs.
More & More Illegal Immigrants Taking Sanctuary In ChurchesSome immigrants in the U.S. illegally are finding sanctuary inside Denver area churches.
Valentine's Day Event Raises $31,000 For Fallen RTD Officer's FamilyA fundraiser to help the family of a Regional Transportation District security guard raised thousands of dollars.
Concerns Heightened After 2 Small Overnight WildfiresThe second of two early morning brush fires on Green Mountain is out, contained to just one acre by the time crews wrapped up at approximately 10 a.m. Monday.
Police: Remains Could Be Scattered Over Hundreds Of MilesPolice in Boulder are asking for help in locating the rest of the remains of Ashley Mead, a young mother believed to be dead who was last seen on Sunday.
Police Recruits Prepare For Polar PlungeSome Denver Police Department recruits took advantage of the warm weather on Friday to train for a special event-- they took a dive into icy water for the upcoming Polar Plunge.
'The Christians' Raises Questions About Faith"The Christians" raises questions around faith and religion.
‘Mi Tierra’ Exhibit Explores Immigrant View Of American LifeThe Denver Art Museum is featuring an exhibit called “Mi Tierra”, which explores immigrants’ views of living in the American West.
National Parks, Other Public Lands Free MondayAll national parks and public lands, in Colorado and across the country, are free Monday.
'Bat Princess' Saves The Day At Denver Office BuildingWith the help of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a young girl in Denver had her fantasy come to life on Thursday.
Tigers Get Checkup Before Moving To New DigsIt’s the eye of the tiger! And the ear. And the teeth. The Amur tiger brothers, Nikolai and Thimbu were examined by veterinarians at the Denver Zoo.
Living Urns Provide Comforting Way To Cope With Death Of A Loved OneThere's a new trend for people wanting loved ones who passed to stay in their lives.
Murder Victim's Family 'Wants Answers' In Deadly ShootingPolice say they are looking into a shooting on Tuesday as a homicide. Richard Hammond left for work early in the morning but never showed up.
DIA Launches New Website Dedicated To JobsDenver International Airport has launched a new website dedicated to jobs located at the airport.
Students Get Insight Into 'Motown The Musical'Cast members from "Motown The Musical" performed and took questions at a Denver high school.
Prosthetics, Ski Gear Stolen In High Country HeistThe hunt is on for whomever broke into the Adaptive Action Sports office at Copper Mountain and stole ski gear, cameras and thousands of dollars worth of prosthetic limbs.