5280 Loop Aims To Connect 'Core Of The City'The Downtown Denver Partnership is working with the city to design the "5280 Loop."
Troopers Prepare For 300 Mile Ride In Honor Of Fallen CoworkersAs 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.
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.
Prisoner Transfer Bill Signed Into LawA bill has been signed into law that will now require the Colorado Department of Corrections to reveal to crime victims and their families where the perpetrators are being held.
Denver Police Chief Robert White Announces RetirementDenver Police Chief Robert White is announcing his retirement from the Denver Police Department, making the announcement to his staff and police officers Tuesday afternoon.
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.
Rock Canyon Junior Working On Potential Treatment For DiabetesCBS4’s Future Leader for April is deep into research that may have implications for treating Type 1 diabetes.
Girl Awarded After Returning Envelope With $200A young girl in Parker is being recognized for doing the right thing when she found money on the street.
Bill To Punish Teachers For Striking Gets RevisionThe bill that would punish some teachers for going on strike is getting a revision at the state Capitol.
Lawmakers Debate Bill To Protect RentersRenters recount horror stories at the state Capitol in an effort to convince lawmakers to take action on unscrupulous landlords.
Denver Becomes Latest City To Get Whole Foods DeliveryAmazon Prime customers in Denver can now get groceries delivered from Whole Foods.
3 Osprey Eggs Waiting To Hatch In ColoradoA pair of Ospreys in Boulder County will soon be parents.
Flames Shoot From Roof Of HomeInvestigators are searching for the cause of a fire that damaged a home.
Family Rancher Sells $100M Property In Hopes Of Helping Foster ChildrenA Colorado woman is selling her rugged family ranch so she can in turn help children find forever families.
Rep. Coffman To Follow VA Secretary Nominee VettingThe Senate has postponed the confirmation hearing for Ronny Jackson, Pres. Donald Trump's pick for Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
The Waffle House Shooting Suspect Thought Taylor Swift Was Stalking Him, Showed Other Signs Of DelusionWhen Travis Reinking breached a White House security barrier in July, police say, he had a very specific request: He wanted to meet with President Donald Trump.
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.
Ice Pops Recalled After Possible Listeria Contamination At Denver FacilityThousands of ice pops from a distribution center in Denver have been recalled because of Listeria concerns.
Which Denver Metro Area Schools Will Close Friday For 'Day Of Action'Later this week, several schools in Colorado will be closed due to lack of staffing for teachers who are taking part in a statewide Day of Action.
Mental Health And Guns An Issue After Waffle House AttackWithout knowing who he was or what he might do, police briefly had Travis Reinking in their sights days before the deadly assault on a Waffle House restaurant.
City Delays Church Expansion Plan, Hopes Neighbors Reach CompromiseAurora City Council voted 9 to 1 Monday night to delay plans to expand a church.
Governor Shares Concerns About So-Called Purple Card For ColoradoThe purple card would allow anyone who has paid state taxes for at least two years and hasn't had a felony in three years to be eligible for legal status.
Pre-Prom P.A.R.T.Y. Warns Teens Of Consequences Of Risky BehaviorsIt is prom season and UCHealth is holding a pre-prom "P.A.R.T.Y." which stands for Prevent Alcohol and Risk-Related Trauma in Youth.
'No Accountability': Barbershop Owner Falls Victim Of DUI For Third TimeBarbershop owners Felicia Gallegos and Monica Lopez say it’s going to take weeks to repair their business after a suspected drunk driver slammed into it.
'The Consumer Will Suffer': Small Liquor Stores Worry About Alcohol BillLiquor stores are worried about convenience and grocery stores selling full strength beer and malt beverages even if grocery giant’s products don’t cross over into their business.
Man Helps Honor WWII Vet With Proper Burial Decades After DeathA Grand Junction man helped give a proper burial to a World War II veteran who he never met.
'He Was An Example': Arvada West Family Remembers HalladayThe current baseball team, former players, and the family of Roy Halladay honored the major league star before a game on Monday at his old high school in Arvada.
Concerns Surface Over Minors Selling Full-Strength Beer In Grocery StoresAs Colorado rolls out the biggest change in liquor laws since prohibition ended, some parents aren't quite ready.
Construction Crane Tips Over At Medicine InstituteA crane fell on its side at the Colorado State University Translational Medicine Institute building on Monday.
Parents Plan To Voice Opinions About Cellphone Tower Near PlaygroundSome parents are upset about plans to build a cellphone tower near a school playground in Lakewood.