Judge Hands Down Unusual Sentence In Road Rage CaseThere was a somewhat unusual sentence for a woman involved in a deadly road rage crash.
2 Families Who Suffered Tragedies Get Special Gift From 'Hammers & Angels'Two families in Arvada hardly recognize their homes after they were remodeled thanks to hard working volunteers.
Developers Get Initial Support For Dinosaur Ridge RezoningThe Jefferson County Planning Commission has approved the plan to rezone an area near Dinosaur Ridge.
Pastor: 'God Had Different Plan' For Iconic Denver ChurchThe iconic Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception has been wrapped in scaffolding for months. What is typically an eye-catching landmark has become a large eyesore in downtown Denver.
Kidnapping Suspect Arrested After Chase, Crash & Barricade SituationAccording to police in Denver, a kidnapping suspect was arrested Saturday after leading police on a chase.
Mayor Hancock Tells Police To Stop Taking Tents From HomelessDenver Mayor Michael Hancock is ordering Denver police to temporarily stop taking camping equipment, including tents and blankets, away from homeless people because of frigid weather.
Police Say 12-Year-Old Boy Took Mercedes, Hit Parked CarA 12-year-old boy is in big trouble after taking his mom's Mercedes on a joyride early Saturday and crashing into a parked car.
'Finding Neverland' Reveals Magic, Imagination Behind Peter Pan StoryWhile “Finding Neverland” is the story of how “Peter Pan” was created, it is not “Peter Pan”. It’s about family, imagination and love.
DU Cheer Squad Collects Hundreds Of Toys For Families In NeedThe University of Denver cheer squad held a special toy collection today as part of the CBS4 Care 4 Colorado campaign.
ACLU Pens Letter To Mayor About Homeless And The Camping BanThe American Civil Liberties Union is asking the City of Denver to reverse a policy where the possessions of homeless people are being taken in the name of evidence for a crime.
Computerized Mannequins Help With Pediatric Emergency TrainingFirst responders from Littleton Fire Rescue received crucial, hands-on training on Friday using computerized mannequins.
Medical Aid In Dying Close To Becoming A Legal Option In ColoradoColorado's governor has yet to certify the results of last month’s ballot measures, but implementation of one initiative is already underway.
More Vigilance Promised By Denver Fire After RiNo Arts Collective EvictionDenver fire officials shut down an artist collective in Denver's River North neighborhood, citing numerous code violations.
Denver Art Museum Announces How It Will Use $25 Million DonationThe Denver Art Museum is making plans to spend its largest donation ever.
John Glenn's Influence Still Felt Strongly In Colorado's Science CommunityBeing the first American to orbit the planet is what inspired generations of people, particularly here in Colorado.
‘Winter Fest’: A New Celebration Of Winter At Cherry Creek NorthFor the first time this year, the Cherry Creek North Business Improvement District is holding a celebration of winter.
Denver Doctor Reacts To Surgeon General's Warning About E-CigarettesThe surgeon general calls e-cigarettes an increasing risk for teenagers.
Boys & Girls Club Members Get Cheer LessonThe University of Denver Cheer Squad recently held a cheer clinic at the Broncos Boys & Girls Club.
Zebra Baby Born At Denver ZooVisitors to the Denver Zoo this weekend will have the chance to see a zebra who is less than 10 days old.
2016 Year In Review: Oh What An Election!Campaign 2016 was unlike any other seen in American history. A businessman took on a Washington insider, both disliked by much of the electorate at large.
Hundreds Of Officers Deliver Toys To Young Hospital PatientsLights and sirens went off at Children's Hospital Colorado this week, but it wasn't for any emergency.
Water Crews Stay Busy Repairing 4 Water Main BreaksWater crews were repairing four water main breaks in the Denver metro area on Friday.
Man Charged With Attacking Woman With Set Of KeysA man is charged with violently attacking a woman with a set of keys.
Fire Breaks Out At Restaurant On South BroadwayFirefighters were able to quickly extinguish a fire on at a restaurant in Denver Friday morning.
Building Evacuation Follows Deadly Warehouse Fire In OaklandDenver's fire department has cleared out a building popular with artists and musicians after receiving reports that conditions there may be unsafe.
3 Symptoms Of Strep, And A Few That Usually Are NotThere are a number of germs making the rounds in the area. One of main culprits right now is strep. But with most sore throats being caused by viruses, how do you know when to do to the doctor?
Colorado's Pot Industry Could Be Targeted By Trump AdministrationColorado's Marijuana czar says fears that President-Elect Donald Trump will dismantle the state's pot industry are well founded.
Sex, Drinking On The Job Led To DPD FiringA Denver police sergeant has been fired after being accused of drinking while in uniform, randomly leaving his loaded gun in a bar, lying and leaving his off duty job to have sex.
Mother Takes Sanctuary In Church Over Deportation FearsA mother has taken sanctuary in a Denver church hoping to avoid being deported back to her home country of Peru.
300% Increase In Car Thefts With Spike In Recent MonthsNew details on a rise in car thefts in Douglas County. Thieves have gotten away with 162 cars this year according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, making it one of the top crimes in the county.