Free Dental Care Program Called 'Chopper Topper' At Schools Keep Kids SmilingIt may be hard to believe, but tooth decay is the number one chronic childhood illness. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cavities are five times more common in kids than asthma and seven times more common than hay fever.
Bo The Dog Predicts Big Broncos Win For Super Bowl 50A canine from Lone Tree is calling Super Bowl 50 for the Broncos. The hound is a football fan whose predictions, so far, have been spot on. His owners insist, Bo knows.
Nearly 3,000 Swedish Medical Center Patients Urged To Get Blood TestsThe Colorado Department of Public Health is investigating possible drug diversion by a former employee at Swedish Medical Center and some patients are being asked to be tested for possible exposure to diseases.
Couple Worried About Zika Virus Gets Vacation Refund Thanks To CBS4A couple from Thornton canceled an upcoming vacation to a resort in Puerto Rico for fear of the Zika virus, but Alex and Michelle Esparza are celebrating anyway.
Future Of No-Kill Shelter Uncertain With Death Of FounderA no-kill shelter in Fort Lupton is in desperate need of donations. "Every Creature Counts" has been in operation for 24 years, but the sudden death of its co-founder has left the future of the organization in jeopardy.
Jeffco Sergeant Remembered With Moment Of Silence 2 Years After His DeathOn Jan. 26, 2014, Sgt. Dave Baldwin was killed. A wrong-way driver hit the Jefferson County deputy while he was patrolling on his motorcycle on Highway 93.
Colorado Study Finds Teens Who Tan Indoors More Likely To Abuse DrugsResearchers from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus have found a direct link between indoor tanning and substance abuse among Colorado high school students.
Not A Doctor In The House At New Medical ClinicA new medical clinic is open in Aurora, but don't ask to see the doctor. It's run entirely by nurse practitioners and promises to provide quality care in a relaxed environment.
New Mammography Guidelines Worry Breast Cancer ExpertsThe world's largest breast cancer organization is speaking out against new mammography guidelines. The guidelines recommend starting routine mammograms at age 50, not 40.
Some Students, Teachers At Kunsmiller To Be Tested After Possible TB ExposureThere's a warning about possible exposure to tuberculosis at a Denver public school after one person was diagnosed with the disease. Students and faculty who may have been exposed will be tested.
New Cochlear Implant Technology Gives Deaf People A 'New Ear'A young man from Lone Tree, deaf since the age of 4, can now hear better than normal hearing people. That's because he recently got the very latest technology in cochlear implants.
Super Bowl, Pro Bowl Trips For Cancer Patients Who Are Great At FundraisingOne woman battling cancer is going to the Super Bowl, and another the Pro Bowl after being top fundraisers for cancer research.