2 Colorado Electors Sue In Last-Ditch Effort To Prevent Trump PresidencyTwo presidential electors in Colorado are suing the state and federal court as part of a last-ditch effort to try to prevent Donald Trump from becoming president.
No Snow Day For Most Colorado StudentsSnow and cold conditions didn't scare most school administrators on Colorado's Front Range on Wednesday.
Florida Grocery Store Offers Beer And Wine While You ShopAt Lucky's Market in Jacksonville, customers of age can enjoy an adult beverage as they go about their grocery shopping.
Snowy, Icy Conditions In Mountains Catch Some Drivers By SurpriseRoad conditions along the Interstate 70 mountain corridor continued to worsen on Tuesday evening as the snow kept falling and piled up.
Grand Jury Investigates Fire That Killed 3A CBS4 Investigation has learned that a Jefferson County grand jury is now examining a fatal fire at an Arvada group home in May.
Father Could Be Granted Parental Rights After 8 YearsAn order issued by a Denver Juvenile Court Judge could soon mean Joe Manzanares, whose more than 8-year battle for custody of his daughter has gained national attention, is able to gain the primary parental rights he is seeking.
Boys, Mother Remembered At Emotional ServiceFriends and family members gathered at Saint Phillip Church in Littleton on Tuesday to remember the mother and her two young children who were found shot to death in their minivan.
Couple Wanted In $45,000 Lottery ScamA couple is on the run, wanted by authorities after allegedly bilking $45,000 from a woman in a lottery prize scam.
2 Colorado Electors Try To Overturn Voting RequirementTwo Colorado electors filed a lawsuit Tuesday to overturn a state law requiring electors to cast their ballots for the presidential candidate who won their state.
Grinches Target Holiday DecorationsInvestigators hope witnesses come forward to help them catch vandals who may be linked to a rash of crimes involving holiday decorations in Highlands Ranch.
Social Media, Strangers Help Find Treatment For Girl's CancerA young girl from Lafayette, who has been battling cancer for nine years, finally has hope of a cure. Zaida Mattson is getting experimental treatment that came about thanks to a social media connection and scientists in Boulder.
'Give And Toke' Helps Charities During Holiday GivingThe Giving Tuesday campaign officially kicked off the holiday giving spirit last week. Now the cannabis community is getting involved.
Road Crews Prepare For Snow, ColdRoad crews with the Colorado Department of Transportation prepared Tuesday for the expected snow to make sure the roads are safe for drivers.
Bullying, Harassment Reported At Federal LabA congresswoman says an investigation into falsified data at a federal laboratory in Colorado also uncovered alleged workplace harassment.
Police Seek Public's Help After Woman Found With Head WoundsPolice are investigating a bizarre case of a 50-year-old woman found screaming with head wounds in a Brighton parking lot.
Boys & Girls Club Members Tour iHeart Radio StudiosOne of the benefits of being a Boys & Girls Club member is you get some extraordinary opportunities. Recently a group of Boys & Girls Club kids got a tour of the iHeart Radio Studios.
Stolen Truck Located, Police Gear Remains MissingA police officer's gun, tactical vest and part of his uniform that were stolen remain missing after authorities located the Ford F-150 truck linked to the theft.
Researchers Worry As Info Lags On Pot Use By Older AdultsSurveys show a small but growing number of older adults are using marijuana — a trend that worries researchers who say not enough information exists about how pot affects older users.
Dog Shot In Jaw Once Again Available For AdoptionA troubled pit bull is once again in need of a new home.
Police Need Help Identifying Suspect Who Stole Police GearA police officer's gun, tactical vest and part of his uniform have been stolen and authorities are worried they could be used in a police impersonation incident.
Drivers Should Prepare For Snowy Mountain RoadsDrivers traveling into the High Country should prepare for snowy and icy conditions on the roadways.
Homeless Camp 'Sweeps' Flap Comes To A Head At City Council MeetingDenver city councilmembers got an earful Monday night from a group of homeless people who accuse the city of inhumane treatment.
'Discouraging, Frustrating': Pricey Tools Stolen From Habitat For HumanityA Colorado Habitat for Humanity group is out more than $2,500 after someone stole specialized tools from one of its construction sites.
Personal Breathalyzer Helps Change Behaviors Around Drinking & DrivingThe Colorado Department of Transportation did a study showing that a personal breathalyzer can keep people from drinking and driving.
Charity Hopes 'Colorado Gives Day' Can Help With Rebound After Sports Authority BankruptcyA Colorado charity is hoping it can gain more backers on Colorado Gives Day following a massive budget shortfall because of Sports Authority’s bankruptcy.
Aches And Pains Of Weather Change: Not All In Your HeadA weather change is just around the corner. Can you feel it? Two in three people can, and they know well before the weather even hits.
Fliers Identify Alleged Neighborhood White SupremacistsOminous fliers are being distributed throughout an area of East Denver. Tucked onto car windshields were warnings fliers that read, "Community Notice … White supremacists live in this neighborhood … Please be aware and stay safe."
HIV-Positive Surgical Tech Behind Bars, AgainThe surgery technician who pleaded guilty to taking fentanyl from patients at Swedish Medical Center and sentenced to 6 ½ years in prison last month is back in police custody.
Santa Claus Makes 'Virtual' Visit To Young Patients In HospitalThe holidays can be a tough time for young patients in the hospital as many times they are too sick to visit Santa Claus.
Hammers & Angels Help Families In NeedFor the past four years, radio station KBPI has been asking listeners to nominate families who need help with their homes. Families who have a story that inspires others to help and give.