Zebra Baby Born At Denver ZooVisitors to the Denver Zoo this weekend will have the chance to see a zebra who is less than 10 days old.
John Glenn's Influence Still Felt Strongly In Colorado's Science CommunityBeing the first American to orbit the planet is what inspired generations of people, particularly here in Colorado.
Fire Breaks Out At Restaurant On South BroadwayFirefighters were able to quickly extinguish a fire on at a restaurant in Denver Friday morning.
Building Evacuation Follows Deadly Warehouse Fire In OaklandDenver's fire department has cleared out a building popular with artists and musicians after receiving reports that conditions there may be unsafe.
2016 Year In Review: Oh What An Election!Campaign 2016 was unlike any other seen in American history. A businessman took on a Washington insider, both disliked by much of the electorate at large.
3 Symptoms Of Strep, And A Few That Usually Are NotThere are a number of germs making the rounds in the area. One of main culprits right now is strep. But with most sore throats being caused by viruses, how do you know when to do to the doctor?
Colorado's Pot Industry Could Be Targeted By Trump AdministrationColorado's Marijuana czar says fears that President-Elect Donald Trump will dismantle the state's pot industry are well founded.
Sex, Drinking On The Job Led To DPD FiringA Denver police sergeant has been fired after being accused of drinking while in uniform, randomly leaving his loaded gun in a bar, lying and leaving his off duty job to have sex.
Mother Takes Sanctuary In Church Over Deportation FearsA mother has taken sanctuary in a Denver church hoping to avoid being deported back to her home country of Peru.
300% Increase In Car Thefts With Spike In Recent MonthsNew details on a rise in car thefts in Douglas County. Thieves have gotten away with 162 cars this year according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, making it one of the top crimes in the county.
RTD: A Line Issues Overshadow Train's SuccessSignificant delays along RTD’s A Line from Union Station to Denver International Airport frustrated some passengers in the sub-zero temperatures early Thursday morning. RTD believes the issues overshadow the A Line's success story.
1 Man Found Dead, Another Injured In Home InvasionAdams County Sheriff's deputies rushed to a home in a rural area on Thursday on reports of a deadly home invasion.
CBS4 Investigation Finds Racial Disparity In Speeding Tickets Issued By TroopersA CBS4 data analysis found minority drivers were issued discretionary speeding tickets more frequently by the Colorado State Patrol than white drivers each of the past five years.
State-Of-The-Art Cancer Clinic For Pets Helps Furry FriendsA new veterinary center dedicated to animals with cancer is now open at Colorado State University.
Teen Pleads Guilty To Role In Pierce Woman's DeathA teenager has acknowledged her role in the death of a woman who investigators say was killed by a former town board member from Pierce and a group of bikers.
Take A Taste Of The Olde World At Christkindl MarketChristkindl Market is a celebrating of Christmas in the German tradition, a mixture of shopping, entertainment, and food that comes straight from the Olde World.
Frigid Temps May Be To Blame For A Line DelaysIt was another black eye for RTD’s A Line from Union Station to Denver International Airport. Somewhere in the vicinity of the Central Park Boulevard and the 40th and Colorado Boulevard Stations, a rail broke before dawn on Thursday.
Watch: Bighorn Smashes Out Famous Hotel WindowCell phone video captured a bighorn sheep smashing out a window at a famous hotel.
Brothers Arrested, Accused Of Running Illegal Pot GrowTwo brothers have been arrested and accused of running an illegal marijuana grow operation in Eagle County.
Patient Celebrates Gift Of New Artificial Hip For ChristmasFor a week in December, orthopedic surgeons volunteer their expertise for needy patients free of charge as part of a program called Operation Walk USA.
Injunction Fails, C-470 Expansion Moves ForwardA judge has ruled against a temporary injunction to stop the expansion of C-470.
Evergreen Lake Opening Delayed Despite Frigid TempsThe opening of Evergreen Lake to ice skaters has been delayed despite this week's sub-zero temperatures.
Extreme Cold Frosts Even Moscow BalletIt got so cold in Wyoming, even the Moscow Ballet couldn't move.
Atheist Billboard Features Christian WomenA billboard is encouraging people to skip church this Christmas.
Investigation Ongoing After Kidnapping ArrestPolice are investigating whether a vehicle used in a kidnapping on Wednesday is linked to other crimes.
Musical 'Hedwig' Playing In Denver Challenges Gender NormsThe Tony Award-winning musical is about a fictional rock band that's fronted by a singer who doesn't identify as a man or a woman.
Burglar Caught On Camera At U-Haul FacilityDenver police are searching for a burglar who broke into a U-Haul storage facility.
Chipotle Retraining Some Staff In Effort To Improve Customer ServiceChipotle co-CEO Steve Ells said that half of the burrito chain's more than 2,100 restaurants have less-than-excellent customer service and that the company is now training employees.
Cold May Be To Blame For Latest A Line IssueThings are running slower than normal on RTD's A Line trains early Thursday afternoon, but the delays are better than they were in the morning.
A Line Experiencing Significant Delays On Ride To AirportPeople taking RTD's A Line trains should be aware that delays are in effect Thursday morning.