New Parking Ban Forces Homeless To Vacate Colorado ParkHomeless living in a dozen campers, trucks, vans and cars parked along the street at America The Beautiful Park in Colorado Springs were forced to pack up and move out.
Lawsuits Filed Over Formaldehyde Joists In New Home ConstructionThe lawsuits are starting to flow from new homebuyers over a problem with a potentially dangerous chemical that was intended as a safety measure in the houses.
Police: 1 Shot, Killed In 'Isolated Shooting'Police in Aurora believe a deadly shooting is an isolated incident and that the public isn't in danger.
Body Found Is That Of Hiker Who Went MissingAuthorities in Jefferson County have confirmed that a body found earlier this week is that of a woman who went missing while hiking.
Courtroom Tension: Accused Killer Makes Faces At Victim's DadThe man accused of shooting a 29-year-old man to death in a state park was escorted out of court after making faces at the victim's father.
Coroner: Mother And Daughter Deaths Were Murder-SuicideAuthorities say a southern Colorado mother shot and killed her young daughter before turning the gun on herself.
Organized Searches End For Missing Climber Near Maroon BellsOrganized searches for man, described as an expert climber, who went missing in the Maroon Bells area last year have come to an end.
Broadway Bound Frozen Previews In DenverThe Broadway-bound musical "Frozen" at the Buell Theatre is taking a princess tale and giving it a little spin.
Wastewater Leak Closes Stream, Trail, Fish HatcheryA fish hatchery, trail, and stream are now closed following a septic line break.
Homebuyers Get Help With Down Payments, MortgageHundreds of families in Denver and Aurora will be receiving assistance in buying a home thanks to a $4.8 million grant program.
The Record Company To Headline Take Note ConcertThe rock band The Record Company will headline the next Take Note Concert, benefiting music education in public schools.
New Attention Brought To Confederate Monuments In ColoradoThough Colorado was not a state at the time of the Civil War, monuments to Union and Confederate soldiers can be found across the state.
Jax Fish House Hosts Fundraiser For Murdered CookA Denver restaurant is holding a big fundraiser for one of its cooks who was murdered downtown last month.
Without Proper Glasses, Eclipse Can 'Literally Burn A Hole In The Retina'Do you have the right eye protection ready to see the solar eclipse? You'd better.
Turkey Bones May Help Trace Fate Of Mesa Verde Cliff DwellersResearchers say they have found a new clue into the mysterious exodus of ancient cliff-dwelling people from the Mesa Verde area of Colorado more than 700 years ago: DNA from the bones of domesticated turkeys.
CBS4 Unveils Hourly Cloud Predictor For Great American EclipseOne of the biggest forecasting challenges of the summer is upon us here in Colorado's Weather Center.
Classes Begin In Jeffco With New Superintendent At The HelmMore and more students are heading back to school this week, and among the public school districts back in class is Jefferson County Schools.
16-Year-Old Dies After Being Ejected During Late Night CrashA 16-year-old boy from Centennial was killed late Wednesday night when the vehicle he was in flipped over on Highway 285.
How To Find Path Of Totality For Great American EclipseIf you want to see all that the Great American Eclipse will have to offer on Monday you'll need to travel into the path of totality.
Schoolpool Helps Connect Colorado Parents & 'Simplify Life'A program called Schoolpool is helping connect Colorado parents and making the roads around schools safer.
One-Man Show At DCPA Highlights Differences Between Men & WomenA new show at the Garner Galleria Theater looks at an ancient topic - how men and women relate to each other.
Blagg's Defense Team Makes Startling Declaration About New EvidenceSixteen years after Jennifer Blagg was murdered and her 6-year-old daughter Abby disappeared, there is a new twist in the case.
The Hyperloop Could Take You From DIA To Greeley In 5 MinutesColorado is starting to position itself as a leader on the hypothetical Hyperloop on several different fronts.
'There's Going To Be A Battle': Hickenlooper On Health Care During Town HallGov. John Hickenlooper didn't mince words when addressing community concerns about health care at a town hall meeting in Aurora on Wednesday night.
Man Arrested, Suspected Of Repeated Attacks On 16th Street MallPolice arrested the man they believe is responsible for attacking several people along the 16th Street Mall on Tuesday.
Motorist Killed, Trooper Injured In 3-Car CrashOne driver was killed near Silt Wednesday afternoon when a vehicle veered into a state trooper who had pulled over a motorist.
CDOT: Smart Phone Breathalyzers Offered At Discount To DriversGetting behind the wheel after drinking can be risky, despite some drivers claiming to know their limits.  A new campaign is designed to make sure everyone gets home safely.
House Speaker Ryan Experiences Whitewater Rafting In ColoradoPaul Ryan, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, enjoyed whitewater rafting on the Arkansas River Wednesday.
Part Of Denver Art Museum To Close This FallThe Denver Art Museum plans to begin construction later this year on a welcome center, which means part of the museum will close.
Help Find The Owner Of This Stuffed Teddy BearThe Douglas County Sheriff's Office hopes someone recognizes a stuffed teddy bear that was found at the courthouse in Castle Rock.

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