Bill Sparks Heated Debate Over College Sexual Assault InvestigationsFive years after Jessica Higgins was raped, she is speaking out at the State Capitol as lawmakers take a up a bill that spells out how college campuses will investigate sexual assaults.
City Officials Approve $5M To Repair Damaged AirportThe Colorado Springs Airport is getting a large amount of money to help pay for repairs from a fire last week.
Douglas County Sheriff's Deputy Added To Fallen Officers MemorialAnother name has been added to a memorial wall honoring fallen police officers in Golden.
One Killed In Officer-Involved Shooting; No Officers HurtDenver police are responding to Colfax Avenue and Quebec Street for a deadly officer-involved shooting.
Immigrant Groups Rally For 'Virginia's Bill'State lawmakers worked on another effort that focuses on where and how Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers can arrest undocumented immigrants.
Mom Remembers Son, Hopes To Comfort Other Children With LEGOsOne woman's quest to keep her son's memory alive is helping comfort other children through difficult times.
'It's Him': Mother Of Fallen Wildland Firefighter Helps Unveil StatueThe Wildland Firefighter’s Foundation continued to help families of fallen firefighters with a new statue in Golden.
Higher Menu Prices Help Boost Chipotle Key Sales FigureChipotle, which recently hired a new CEO from Taco Bell to revitalize its business, saw a key sales figure increase as it raised menu prices in most of its restaurants.
Police Search For Phone Hacker Who Caused Massive EvacuationDetectives are trying to figure out who is responsible for hacking a phone that set off a series of events that led to a massive evacuation over the weekend in Vail.
Nearsighted Nutritionist Calls ICL Surgery The 'Best Gift'A young woman with terrible eyesight now has perfect vision without glasses or contacts.
Jurors Deliberate Murder, Dismemberment TrialThe jury has the case of in the trial of a man accused of killing and dismembering his former girlfriend.
Denver Among Test Cities For Amazon Car DeliveryAmazon Prime members who live in Denver will be among the first to try car deliveries.
Construction Worker Rescued After Fall At Gaylord ResortFirefighters had to cut through sheetrock and ducts on Wednesday in their rescue of a construction worker.
Journey Onto The Eastern Plains In 'Pedal The Plains' RideGov. John Hickenlooper announced plans for the Pedal The Plains bike ride.
Police Arrest Suspect Wanted For Public Restroom Sex AssaultA 20-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a sexual assault on a child while in a public bathroom.
High School Theater Students Fundraise For Teenager's FamilyStudents in Lakewood High School's theater program are coming together for the family of a 16-year-old boy who recently died.
Gardner, Coffman Get High Rankings On Bipartisan IndexA group that measures how bipartisan members of Congress are has released its new report, and two Republican leaders from Colorado got high rankings.
Report Of Gunman Near High School Prompts Lock DownAurora police placed Hinkley High School on locked down after reports of an armed person on or near campus.
More Schools Cancel Classes For 'Day Of Action'More schools in Colorado have announced closures as the Day of Action later this week draws closer.
Businesses Honored For Dedication To Job Opportunities For AllA group of businesses dedicated to providing job opportunities to people with developmental disabilities was honored for creating a career path that provides employment and training.
Double Amputee Climbs Manitou Incline In 4 HoursThe Manitou Incline is a grueling test of toughness and fitness, and this week a Colorado woman ascended the stairs without legs.
Fleetwood Mac, With New Lineup, Announces Denver Tour StopClassic rockers Fleetwood Mac announced on Wednesday that they will visit Denver in December as part of their new North American tour.
Waffle House Suspect's Ex-Bosses Asked Authorities To Keep, Help HimThe co-owner of a Colorado crane company where the suspect in a deadly weekend shooting at a Nashville restaurant once worked said she had urged federal officials to keep him in custody after he was arrested at the White House last year.
Get Rid Of Old, Unused Prescriptions On Drug Take-Back DayLaw enforcement officers across the Denver metro area are expected to collect thousands of pounds of prescription drugs on Drug Take-Back Day.
Troopers Prepare For 300 Mile Ride In Honor Of Fallen Co-workersAs national police week approaches, two Colorado State Patrol troopers are training to ride in this year’s police unity tour - a nearly 300 mile bicycle ride into Washington D.C.
Man Admits To Starting Wildfire That Closed I-70The man who admitted to starting the Skipper Island Fire on the Western Slope told authorities he tried to keep it from spreading. But the ground was too dry and the winds were too strong.
Seasonal Industries Push For 'Purple Card' At State CapitolColorado is unlikely to pass the state’s own version of a "green card," but lawmakers will debate it in the aftermath of repeated failures in Washington to address immigration reform.
Colorado Student Working On Potential Treatment For DiabetesCBS4’s Future Leader for April is deep into research that may have implications for treating Type 1 diabetes.
Chatfield Swim Beach Closed For The SummerPeople who like to visit the Swim Beach at Chatfield State Park may be disappointed this summer. That's because the Swim Beach will be closed for the season.
5280 Loop Aims To Connect 'Core Of The City'The Downtown Denver Partnership is working with the city to design the "5280 Loop."