Bikes, Beauty, Beer And Beyond: Ways To Play In BoulderFrom iconic rock formations to nationally acclaimed restaurants to a famous bike culture, Boulder has a long list of sterling credentials.
Gunman Sent Rambling Emails Before Deadly AmbushMatthew Riehl sent the emails to his financial adviser at Charles Schwab in Lone Tree before the deadly ambush.
How Will The Government Shutdown Affect Colorado?Unlike previous government shutdowns, most of the country's national parks and monuments are expected to stay open. So will the VA and the post office staying operational.
'We Don’t Stand Alone': Teens Prepare Signs For Women's MarchThe middle school students are creating signs for the 2018 Women’s March. For the first time, the girls will join tens of thousands of others in downtown Denver for the event.
Porch Pirate Uses Car Share Vehicle To Commit CrimeIt was the suspect’s car that caught Karen’s eye. Not only was it a Mercedes, but she says it was part of the ride sharing program Car2Go.
ULA Launches 125th Mission To SpaceColorado-based ULA successfully launched its 125th mission on Friday.
State Lawmakers Send Message To U.S. Congress About DreamersWith the federal government on course for another shutdown, lawmakers in Colorado sent Washington a message.
Car Seat Safety: Remove Puffy Coats Before Strapping Kids InWith cold weather and snow forecasted for the weekend, the Colorado Department of Transportation is reminding drivers that puffy coats can be dangerous for children in car seats.
Before Weekend Snow, Denverites Enjoy Warm Weather, Sunny SkiesThe warm, dry weather we’ve seen in Colorado is tough on the ski resorts, but we found it has other businesses thriving.
Deputy Injured In Ambush Leaves HospitalPelle has been recovering from serious injuries for more than two weeks.
Delta Tightens Leash On Service AnimalsDelta Airlines is tightening the leash on service dogs and will be demanding more proof that a dog is really a service animal.
School District Considering 4-Day WeeksStudents and staff would have Mondays off, but longer school days.
Kidney Donation Chain Donor, Recipient MeetA Colorado woman received a new chance at life recently, thanks to a once-anonymous kidney donor.
Rocky Mountain National Park Roads To Stay Open If Government ClosesRocky Mountain National Park officials say park roads will remain open if the federal government shuts down but visitor centers would be closed and entrance stations would not be staffed.
Police Continue To Search For Gunman In Shooting InvestigationPolice in Colorado Springs were trying to find the gunman as they investigated an active shooter situation on Friday afternoon.
'Watching My Family Burn': Woman Frantic After Copter CrashAndra Cobb was frantic when she called for help, telling an emergency operator that a helicopter she was riding in with her father, longtime partner and others had crashed in a remote part of New Mexico and that she was watching her "family burn."
Bomb Squad Continues Dismantling Explosives In Mobile HomeBomb squad crews returned to Federal Heights Friday morning trying to make a neighborhood safe after bombs were found during an arson investigation.
Help A Neighbor; Be A Snow AngelThe City of Denver has started a new program to help Denver residents be better neighbors. 
Licensed Day Care Provider Pleads Guilty In Baby Death CaseA 70-year-old woman pleaded guilty in Denver court on Friday to being negligent in the death of a baby she was caring for.
Clues Sought In Crash That Killed Zimbabwe Opposition LeaderInvestigators will comb through the wreckage in search for clues as to why the helicopter carrying a group of prominent friends went down.
Dead & Co Announces Summer Tour, Will Perform In Boulder AgainDead & Company will return to Folsom Field to perform two shows this summer.
Rec Center Opens Its Doors, 5 Years After Boy With Special Needs Has A VisionDoctors told Sebian Holiday he wouldn't make it past his ninth birthday. Now he's 16, and still showing the world that anything is possible.
Judge Orders Woman Jailed For Animal CrueltyA Lincoln County Judge on Friday ordered a woman to spend 43 days in jail after she was convicted of animal abuse.
Grand Tour's Jeremy Clarkson Gets 'Pulled Over' In ColoradoJeremy Clarkson was in Colorado filming scenes for his current Amazon show, The Grand Tour.
Journey And Def Leppard Coming To Denver This SummerThe two iconic rock bands are coming together for a massive North American tour with stadium and arena concerts in 58 cities.
Startup Collects Chairs From Old Ski Lifts, Turns Them Into Attractive FurnitureA Denver startup has a rather unusual goal: to find old chairs from ski lifts that have been retired and turn them into attractive furniture.
Gardner: 'Washington Bozos' Would Be To Blame For Government ShutdownSen. Cory Gardner spoke on CBS This Morning Friday about the looming possibility of a government shutdown with a message that there's still time to avoid it.
School District Makes Plan After Oil & Gas Well Placed Near CampusThe Greeley-Evans School District is preparing for the worst case scenario as a new oil and gas well is being built near a school in Weld County.
90,000+ Coloradans Could Lose Health Insurance If Congress Doesn't ActMore than 90,000 Coloradans could lose insurance if Congress does not approve government funding by Friday.
'Going To Have Justice': Mother Of Murder Victim Talks About Suspect Arrest“Of course I'm still sad Kimmy isn't here, but at the same time we're going to have some justice,” her mother, EC Waller told CBS4’s Dominic Garcia.

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