Not Clicked In: Tree Breaks Climber's Long FallEmergency crews rescued a fallen climber in Boulder Canyon Sunday afternoon.
'Pop-Up' Park To Bring New Life To LoDoThere’s another road closure in downtown Denver -- this time for a fun-filled project.
3 Shot During Apparent Argument At House PartyPolice in Denver are investigating after three people were shot early Sunday morning.
Man Accused Of Domestic Violence & Stalking Arrested After StandoffDeputies arrested a man Saturday night on several charges including domestic violence and stalking.
Tubing Banned On St. Vrain River This Holiday WeekendThose planning on tubing this holiday weekend can cross the St. Vrain River off their list.
Really Want To Know Teen Who Died In Tragic Crash? Just Read What She WroteFriends and family members say if you really want to know Rylie Guentensberger, just read what she wrote.
Police Believe Driver Intentionally Rammed Into Grocery StorePolice in Colorado springs say a driver who plowed into a Sprouts grocery store may have done it on purpose.
Bike MS Offers Personal Challenge, Opportunity To Help OthersFor most of the 3,000 riders, Bike MS is a 2-day, 167-mile event; but, there is a one-day, 30-mile option.
Woman Slams Into Pet Store, Thought SUV Was In ReverseNobody was injured after a driver slammed into a pet shop on Saturday.
High School Grad Gets Big Surprise At CeremonyCarlee Crisler woke up Saturday morning excited to graduate, but also a little sad her big brother wasn’t going to be there -- or so she thought.
Residents Put In Gas Detectors From Anadarko Following Deadly ExplosionResidents of the Oak Meadows neighborhood in Firestone are putting in alarms that detect explosive gases.
Jury: $50,000 To Ex-Denver Inmate Slammed Against WindowA federal jury has awarded $50,000 to a former Denver jail inmate who was slammed into a courtroom wall by a sheriff's deputy in 2012.
Loveland Ski Area Mascot Dies SuddenlyA camera-friendly ski area representative named Toby passed away unexpectedly Thursday night.
Bank Robber Was Wearing A Strange Mask, Had A GunA masked robber held up a bank in Wheat Ridge on Friday. Authorities released a surveillance picture from the Bank of the West at 44th Avenue and Wadsworth Boulevard.
'PaddleFest' Has Helped Transform Old Colorado Ranching TownA small Colorado mountain town is seeing big benefits from its growing outdoor recreation industry.
Gas Well Leak Capped, Residents Allowed To Return To HomesLogan County residents are going home after a gas leak forced them to evacuate two days ago.
Police: Infant Dies While Woman Sleeps For 18 HoursPolice say drugs may have played a role in the woman's behavior.
Immigrant Arrests And Deportations Up In Colorado, WyomingSignificantly more immigrants were arrested and deported from Colorado and Wyoming in the first few months of Donald Trump's presidency than during the same period in 2016.
Lamborn Says EPA May Reconsider Colorado Storm Water SuitU.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn has asked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to drop a lawsuit against Colorado Springs over contaminated runoff that affects Pueblo County and downstream agriculture.
Reckless Hunter Found Guilty Thanks To 2 Other Concerned HuntersA Northglenn man has been found guilty of hunting in a careless manner after failing to locate wounded game.
Arrest Made In Suspected Abuse Death Of Rocky Ford InfantThe boyfriend of a woman whose infant daughter died in the southern Colorado town of Rocky Ford has been arrested on suspicion of child abuse resulting in death.
Company Pays For Explosive Gas Detectors Following Another DeathInvestigators still are not releasing the name of the man killed in Thursday's oil tank explosion in Mead.
Former Railroad Worker Awarded Nearly $150,000 In Whistleblower CaseA former railroad worker was awarded nearly $150,000 after OSHA found BNSF Railroad retaliated against him for reporting safety issues.
Taxi Confession: 4 Crashes, 2 Pedestrians Injured, Still Behind The WheelA CBS4 Investigation has found a Denver Yellow Cab driver, who has admitted to at least four crashes while on the job, two of them involving pedestrians, numerous moving violations and violations of Public Utilities and Yellow Cab regulations, is still driving a cab in Denver.
Remembering Max: 'This Is Why We Have Today'One mother in Lone Tree has a reminder this Memorial Day holiday weekend: never forget the meaning of the holiday.
Girl Passes Away From Injuries After Car Crashes Into StoreThe family of Rylie Guentensberger, the teenager who was injured by a vehicle driving through a storefront, told CBS4 that the teen did not survive.
Law Enforcement Step Up DUI Patrols Over Holiday WeekendThe Heat Is On over the Memorial Day holiday weekend in Colorado. Law enforcement are stepping up patrols across the state.
Tony Award Winning 'Curious Incident' Is A Wild RideTony Award winning, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” is an insightful look into the world of autism, as well as an extraordinary adventure.
Denver Police Officers Working Off Duty To Wear Body CamerasCBS4 has learned that uniformed Denver police officers working off-duty jobs will soon be required to wear body cameras, according to an internal Denver Police Department email obtained by the CBS4 Investigative team.
Colorado Representatives Try To Rename Peaks After ClimbersColorado's congressional representatives are trying to name two peaks in the southwestern part of the state after two local climbers who died in an avalanche in Asia.

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