Man's Jeep Stolen Twice In One WeekPolice are investigating after a man had his vehicle stolen twice in one week.
Hidden In Their Homes: Hoarders Live In A Private NightmareStatistics indicate 2 to 5 percent of the population are hoarders. But Loretta Trujillo, who is trying to get help for people like the woman who spoke with CBS4 about her problem, thinks the number is higher.
Snow Creates Treacherous Travel On I-25While not a big snowstorm by Denver standards, the timing of a flash freeze and light snow brought traffic to a standstill once the sun set Thursday.
State Pot Officials: 'Impossible To Discern' White House Action On Retail PotState leaders say it’s unclear if White House Spokesperson Sean Spicer’s comments truly represent a new policy when it comes to legalized marijuana.
Former Firefighter Accused Of Child Porn PossessionA former Denver firefighter has been arrested and accused of possession of child porn.
HIV-Positive Surgical Tech Sentenced To More Prison TimeThe former surgery technician who pleaded guilty to taking fentanyl from patients at Swedish Medical Center and sentenced to 6½ years in prison was sentenced to more prison time on Thursday.
'Excited To Move On': Home Invasion Victims React To SentencingThe first of four defendants was sentenced Thursday for a brutal and violent attack of a home owned by two middle school teachers in Golden.
Police Search For Man With Gun Who Caused LockdownPolice have released surveillance video of the man with a gun who triggered a lockdown at the Englewood Civic Center on Wednesday evening.
Judge Rules Banning People From Parks Is IllegalA Denver judge has ruled that the city's orders to ban certain people from parks is illegal.
Denver Art Museum Plans Welcome CenterThe Denver Art Museum plans to begin construction later this year on a welcome center.
Gorsuch Supporters Rally At State CapitolThere was a show of support for Supreme Court nominee and Colorado Judge Neil Gorsuch at the state Capitol on Thursday.
Man Missing From Ski Slope In JapanA search is underway for a Denver man who went missing while skiing in Japan.
Firefighters Set Fire On PurposeFirefighter recruits with West Metro Fire Rescue set a fire on purpose in hopes of learning how better to put out fires.
Target Shooters Started Rabbit Mountain FireTarget shooters started the 151-acre Rabbit Mountain Fire in Boulder County earlier this week.
'Fractured Everywhere': Victim In Skiing Hit & Run Seriously InjuredBefore being hit while skiing at Vail Resorts last week, Patricia Koenig didn't need help getting out of bed. But now she can't do it on her own.
Emotional Reunion As Crash Survivor Meets Life SaversIt was an emotional reunion as a crash survivor met the firefighters who saved his life.
Woman Robbed In Her Own DrivewayA woman is okay but understandably shaken up after she was robbed in her own driveway.
Your Questions Answered About The Giraffe BirthMillions of people are watching, waiting for April the giraffe to give birth at the Animal Adventure Park.
Study: Global Warming Is Shrinking River Vital To 40 Million PeopleGlobal warming is already shrinking the Colorado River, the most important waterway in the American Southwest, and it could reduce the flow by more than a third by the end of the century, two scientists say.
Dog Park Proves To Be Too Popular, Will CloseA popular dog park in Jefferson County is proving to be too popular and that may be its downfall. When the park will close will be decided at Thursday night's meeting.
Moose 'Lost' In MinturnA moose in the high country got a little turned around Thursday.
White House Could Be 'Taking Action' Against Recreational PotThe Justice Department will step up enforcement of federal law against recreational marijuana, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Thursday, offering the Trump administration's strongest indication to date of a looming crackdown on the drug, even as a solid majority of Americans believe it should be legal.
2 Suspected Robbers Arrested After Escaping From BusAuthorities have arrested two suspected armed robbers after they jumped from the emergency window of a Roaring Fork Transportation Authority bus to get away from officers earlier this week.
Broadway’s ‘An American In Paris’ Same Music, Different Storyline Than 1951 MovieBroadway musical “An American in Paris” features beloved Gershwin music, but a slightly different story line from the 1951 movie.
State Trooper Saves Injured Cat On I-25Colorado State Patrol Trooper Graham Thorne rescued an injured cat off the highway this morning.
Denver Police Chief Robert White Was Finalist For D.C. JobWashington D.C.'s mayor has named a long-time department veteran as the city's next police chief, and CBS4 has learned that Denver Police Chief Robert White had applied for the job and was a finalist.
Colorado Moves Toward Front Range Rail StudyPassenger rail service along Interstate 25 in Colorado? The state may be looking into the idea more carefully under a bill that passed the state Senate Thursday.
New Refugees Get Warm Reception In ColoradoDozens of refugees are getting a warm welcome in Colorado this week as they begin resettling here.
Bill Would Allow Crime Victims To Sue Sanctuary CitiesA bill being considered in the Colorado legislature this week would allow victims of crimes committed by illegal immigrants in designated sanctuary cities to hold criminally liable those cities and their politicians who don't enforce immigration laws.
World Premiere ‘Two Degrees’ Contributes To The Debate Over Global WarmingThe Denver Center Theatre Company offers the world premiere of "Two Degrees," a play that contributes to the ongoing conversation about global warming.