Storms 200 Miles Away End Denver's 90-Degree StreakSeveral rounds of thunderstorms tracked through extreme northeast Colorado on Thursday.
Rescuers Save 'Cupcake' From MudRescuers worked to free Cupcake, a 13-year-old horse from the muddy water at Cherry Creek State Park on Thursday afternoon. After hours of working to free the horse from the mud, the horse walked out at 5:45 p.m.
Elevated Lead Levels Found In 33 Jefferson County SchoolsNew test results show that dozens of schools in Jefferson County have elevated levels of lead. This discovery comes just one month after two elementary schools in the district tested positive for lead.
Battle Of The Bots Offers Competition, Technology Lessons At Boys & Girls ClubsAt the Boys & Girls Clubs’ annual Battle of the Bots, kids compete for trophies, but also learn valuable lessons.
Denver Police Technician Cleared Of Double DippingAfter more than a 1½ years of investigation, the Denver Manager of Safety has cleared Denver Police Technician Brett Titus of accusations of “double dipping” but fined him six days pay for several minor rules violations.
Missing Woman Told Police She Was 'Scared For My Life'New details have emerged in the disappearance of a woman who recently moved to Littleton from southern California. CBS4 has learned Charlene Voight was scared for her life several years ago.
Colorado House Leader At DNC: Net Worth Doesn't Define AmericansColorado's Democratic House majority leader is telling the Democratic National Convention that Americans don't define themselves by their net worth.
Neighbors Alert Authorities About Illegal Grow HouseNeighbors alerted deputies with the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office to an illegal grow operation inside a home.
Opening Arguments Begin In Paige Birgfeld Murder TrialOpening statements began on Thursday in the murder trial of Paige Birgfeld, a single mother of three in Grand Junction.
Westminster Police Arrest Suspect After SWAT StandoffPolice in Westminster called in SWAT teams to negotiate with a barricaded suspect on Wednesday night.
Trump's Aggressive Play For Blue Collar Voters A Big Topic At DNCThe presence of organized labor at the Democratic National Convention is pervasive this week. A big question is whether unions will back Democrats in Campsign 2016.
Rocky Mountain National Park Asks You To Help Friends BehaveRocky Mountain National Park has released a list of tips for well-behaving guests to share with their poorly mannered friends.
Suspect Identified In Thumbtack Case, Flat Tires For CyclistsInvestigators have identified one suspect in the case of thumbtacks scatted on a mountain bike route that resulted in flat tires for several bicyclists.
Gun Stolen During Break-In Used In Shooting Involving TeenOne of the guns stolen during burglaries at gun stores in Littleton last month was used in a shooting involving a young teenager.
Habitat For Humanity Breaks Ground On New Affordable Housing NeighborhoodWhat currently looks like just a mound of dirt is in fact very significant for many families in the Denver metro area.
Trump, Clinton Plan Visits In Colorado Over Next Few DaysCampaign 2016 comes to Colorado this week.
Darryl Glenn Explains 1983 Assault Charge That Was DroppedColorado U.S. Senate candidate Darryl Glenn says he was defending his mother against an abusive father in a 1983 altercation that led to a misdemeanor assault charge against Glenn that was later dropped.
Denver's Average Temp Starts 'The Slide' Next WeekDaily averages are computed using 30 years of data and they get recalculated every 10 years.
Blake Shelton To Perform Free Show In Denver Thursday NightCountry music star Blake Shelton is set to play a free show in Denver on Thursday night.
Man Holds People At Gunpoint On Independence PassA man is in custody after prompting an evacuation of an area off Independence Pass Wednesday evening.
Commerce City Requests Department Of Justice Help With Police DepartmentCommerce City has requested the United States Department of Justice step in and help reform its police department, according to a letter obtained during a CBS4 Investigation.
How To Collect On Washing Machine LawsuitsSome of the top washing machine manufacturers have settled class action lawsuits after consumer complaints about problems with mold and odors.
I-70 Open Through Glenwood Canyon After Rockfall MitigationAll lanes of Interstate 70 have reopened through Glenwood Canyon after scheduled rockfall mitigation work was cancelled.
Police Want To Identify Motorcyclists Who Blocked I-25 During Yearly EventPolice in Denver hope to identify motorcyclists that blocked part of Interstate 25 on Sunday.
Colorado Delegate Attends DNC With Blindfold For Unique ProtestOn the third day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia Wednesday Colorado delegates engaged in an unusual protest of sorts.
Limb Restoration Program Saves Soldier's Shattered LegA soldier who served in Kuwait and Afghanistan nearly lost a leg after he returned home to Colorado and was in a horrific car accident.
Familiar Phone Scam Claims More Victims In ColoradoThe Douglas County Sheriff's Office is warning residents of a new variation on a familiar phone scam.
Volunteers Combating ‘Summer Slide’ At Boys & Girls ClubsThis summer the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver are working with Reading Partners on a pilot reading program.
HAATS Pilots Constantly Save Lives While Training In The MountainsCBS4's Matt Kroschel on Wednesday got a chance to ride along with military members as they conducted training in helicopters in Colorado's mountains. It's called HAATS, or High Altitude Army Aviation Training.
DIA Travelers Will Never Have Problem Finding Place To Charge Devices AgainIt's happened to most travelers -- their cellphone's battery is low and they can't find a place in the airport to charge it. Now Denver International Airport has addressed that problem.