Some Denver Roads Remain IcyA day after freezing drizzle led to a treacherous morning commute, many roads in the Denver metro area remain icy.
Colorado ‘Miracle On The Hudson' Survivor Pens Book About Life After RescueNine years ago the world watched as a plane crash-landed in the Hudson River, and miraculously every passenger made it out alive.
Hawaiis False Alarm Triggers Disaster Questions For ColoradoAutomated emergency alert systems are used just about everywhere.
Ski Resort Warns Visitors Of Ticket Scam Going AroundSteamboat Springs Resort officials are trying to track down the scammer targeting skiers and snowboarders who are looking to save a few bucks.
Colorado Runner Sets Goal 40 Years Ago To Log 100,000 MilesKevin Follett has run over 100,000 miles in his life. If you want proof, you can just check the meticulous logs kept by the 56-year-old Fort Collins resident.
Lack Of Parking Raising Concerns In Ski ResortsThe frustration many visitors are finding in the high country is not on the dreaded drive on Interstate 70 to the ski resorts, but actually finding a parking spot once they arrive.
Organizers Prepare For MLK Marade As Bitter Cold EntersColoradans will again march down Colfax Avenue as a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday morning.
'Kept Telling Her How Much I Loved Her': Coloradans React To False Missile ThreatAn alert warning those in Hawaii of an imminent missile attack struck fear in many.
Get Financially Fit In The New YearDENVER (CBS)- A couple weeks into January is a good time evaluate how well New Year's resolutions are going. Saving more and spending less are often at the top of everyone's list, but studies show only 8% of people actually stick to their goals.
'He's Our Little Brother': 130 Search For Missing Hospice NurseMore than a hundred people spent hours Saturday searching parks, trails and waterways in Denver hoping to find a missing man.
Site Of Deadly Explosion Could Be New Neighborhood ParkThe site of a deadly home explosion in Firestone could soon become a neighborhood park.
Preschool Showcase Kicking OffCBS (DENVER)- An annual event helping parents navigate the preschool maze is underway here in Denver.
The International Sportmen's Expo Back In DenverThe International Sportsmen's Expo is underway at the Colorado Convention Center.
More Than Expected Attend Fundraiser Honoring Fallen Deputy Zack ParrishOrganizers hoped a few hundred would attend a fundraiser in memory of Deputy Zack Parrish Friday night with the proceeds going toward the Douglas County Fallen Officers Fund. Instead, more than a thousand showed up.
Coloradans Vow To Help Haiti After Natural Disasters, President's RemarksFor 30 years, Coloradans have been doing what they can to help Haiti, but after natural disasters in 2010 and 2016, one organization says it’s only going to work harder for the people in need.
The Rodeo Takes Over Children's HospitalThe rodeo took over Children's Hospital on Friday. Professional cowboys, cowgirls, bullfighters and rodeo queens were there for the event.
Search For Puppy Stolen From Adoption EventMoms and Mutts Colorado Rescue hopes the public can help them find a stolen puppy from a recent adoption event and also bring more awareness to the challenges that they face as a non-profit to take care of these animals and find them homes.
Deadline To Enroll In The Health Insurance Exchange Quickly ApproachingThe clock is ticking to enroll in the health care exchange in Colorado.
Colorado Among Worst Hit States For Flu CasesIn Colorado, the number of hospitalizations for flu continue to climb. As of Friday morning, Boulder County was reporting 125 hospitalizations from the flu compared to 55 in the 2017 season.
Researchers Working With Stem Cells To Treat DiabetesStems cells could be the key to curing Type 1 diabetes.
New Plea For Help 28 Days After Man's DisappearanceThe family of a Denver man who went missing nearly a month ago is asking for the community's help in locating him.
Women's March In Denver: A Guide To The 2018 EventLast year, tens of thousands of women in Colorado joined the marches around the nation the day after the inauguration of President Donald Trump. Organizers in the state are planning a repeat march and rally.
Ullr Fest Kicks Off With Wishes For More SnowBreckenridge is a town where snow means business and a way of life for many.
'Annie' Gets Fresh Staging At BDT StageBDT Stage is performing the beloved Broadway musical "Annie."
Friends Organize Large Event For Paralyzed Mountain ClimberSeveral months after a terrifying fall from the Nose of Yosemite’s famed El Capitan, Quinn Brett continues to recover.
Tamiflu 'Flying Off The Shelves' As Flu SpreadsAccording to the Centers for Disease Control, the flu is now widespread in 46 states and this year in Colorado, cases are three-to-four times higher than previous years.
New TopGolf Gets Green Light After Months Of DebateAfter months of back and forth negotiations, it appears a new TopGolf location in Thornton is a done deal.
High County Power Outage Could Be 'Lengthy' As Storm ApproachesPower was knocked out just before 2 p.m. for the entire town of Kremmling in Grand county.
Engineering Students Help Wounded Veterans Thanks To PartnershipA new partnership with the Colorado School of Mines is giving students important, real-world experience while helping wounded veterans.
Douglas County Sheriff 'Focusing Very Intently' On Officers' Mental HealthDouglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock answered many questions from the press Tuesday, most surrounding what happened New Year’s Eve when Deputy Zackari Parrish was killed in an ambush.