'Overwhelming' Turnout At Women's March In DenverTens of thousands of people gathered at Civic Center Park for the Women's March on Denver.
AP: Crowd For March In Denver May Have Exceeded Super Bowl RallyOrganizers estimated more than 100,000 people showed up in Denver Saturday, although police wouldn't confirm that number.
Gunman At Large After Shooting In Walmart Parking LotPolice are searching for a gunman who shot a man in Aurora early Saturday afternoon.
2 Vehicle Crash Seriously Injures 3Three people were hurt in a two-car crash in east Boulder County on Saturday morning.
Planned Coffee Shop Would Give At-Risk Women Chance For New LivesA new coffee shop could soon be opening its doors in Denver that will also open doors to new opportunities for women in need.
Police Shoot, Injure Burglary-Stabbing SuspectPolice in Fort Collins shot and injured a burglary suspect on Saturday morning who they say was armed with a gun and had reportedly stabbed someone inside a home.
Enormous Crowd Takes Part In Women's March In DenverTens of thousands of women from across Colorado are gathering in Civic Center Park in Denver Saturday for a solidarity march.
Raw Sewage Fills Church, Home; Bills, Questions RemainA church in Denver and a home next door continue to undergo repairs after a sewage backup that occurred the night of Christmas Eve.
What Killed Geese, Ducks Under InvestigationFederal agencies have launched an investigation to determine what has contaminated the water in a Lakewood retention pond, killing more than a dozen geese and ducks and sickening at least three more.
High Tea Tradition With Grand Champion Steer ContinuesThe tradition of high tea with the Grand Champion Steer at the Brown Palace continued on Friday.
Ski Chairlift Modification Likely Caused Woman's Fatal FallOfficials at a small Colorado ski resort say an independent contractor's modifications to a chairlift likely caused a lurch that toppled a Texas woman 25 feet to her death.
Police Search For 4 Convenience Store RobbersAurora police are hoping for help after at least two early morning robberies of convenience stores.
Trump Protesters Cause Traffic DelaysDozens of President Trump protesters took to the streets on Friday night just hours after the inauguration.
Evacuations Ordered After Natural Gas LeakA natural gas leak in Weld County prompted a reverse 911 call and an evacuation order on Friday afternoon.
'Drunk, High, Cocaine-Using Texter' Sentenced To 20 Years For Deadly CrashA judge handed down a 20-year prison sentence to the drunk driver who hit and killed a couple in Franktown.
Coroner IDs Transient Shot At Colorado Springs ResidenceEl Paso County officials have released the name of a transient who was shot to death at a residence in Colorado Springs.
Woman Who Admitted To Forging Signatures SentencedA woman who admitted to forging multiple names and signatures on Republican U.S. Senate candidate Jon Keyser's election petition has been sentenced to four years probation.
Person Killed In Highway 285 Rollover Crash IdentifiedPolice in Lakewood say the woman killed in a rollover crash on Highway 285 at Kipling on Wednesday morning has been identified as Jessica Prue, 31.
Confrontations Break Out Between Trump Supporters, Protesters In DenverTension was in the air on Friday in Denver when a group of protesters who marched through downtown to the state Capitol came face to face with Donald Trump supporters.
Sen. Gardner On Trump Inauguration: 'Best Days Are Ahead'Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner says he would like to echo the call for unity made by President Donald Trump in his inaugural address on Friday.
Teenager Killed Outside Strip Club IdentifiedThe person who died after being shot by a strip club security guard in Adams County was a Denver teenager.
Dropout Rates Decrease In Denver SchoolsThe state of Colorado has released graduation and drop out rates for schools in districts across the state.
Residents Not Giving Up The Fight As I-70 Expansion Plan Clears Big HurdleThe Federal Highway Administration has approved a 10-mile Interstate 70 expansion project in northeast Denver, and it will mean the demolition of 56 homes and 17 businesses.
Finding Places To Store Snow A Challenge In Crested ButteA lot of snow in winter in Crested Butte isn't really that big of a story, but the extraordinarily large amount they've gotten over the past few weeks is surely front page news.
Photos Of Union Station Attacker ReleasedDenver police have released surveillance photos of a man who attacked someone at Union Station last week.
Woman Pleads Guilty In Death Of 3-Year-Old NieceA 30-year-old Grand Junction woman has pleaded guilty in the death of her 3-year-old niece.
Herd Of Pronghorn Cause Traffic JamHighway 14 was closed for a short time near Walden Thursday during a traffic jam involving wildlife.
Man Charged With Arson In Fire Started With Molotov CocktailThe person arrested after shots were fired at a burning home in Denver earlier this month has been charged.
Residents Warned About Bill Pay Website: 'There's An Easier Way'The City of Thornton is warning utility customers about how they pay their bill online.
What The Trump Presidency Could Look Like For ColoradoIn her latest Reality Check, CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd examines what the presidency of Donald Trump could mean for Colorado.