The all-time Jan. record high in Denver was 76 degrees set on Jan. 27, 1888.
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The Evergreen community will hold a candlelight vigil for well-known man who died earlier this week after falling through the ice at Evergreen Lake.
If you think this year’s flu shot is going to guarantee good health, think again. The CDC has just announced it is only 23 percent effective — the worst in years. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida explains what that means to you— and the important steps you can still take to protect yourself.
A pair of Americans completed what had long been considered the world’s most difficult rock climb Wednesday, using only their hands and feet to scale a 3,000-foot vertical wall on El Capitan,
With a quiet stretch of weather for the next few days, there is still a chance to catch a glimpse of the Comet Lovejoy in the skies over Colorado.
Coachella’s annual lineup is scrutinized like no other festival in America. We try to get to the bottom of why.
A Colorado Springs reporter was hospitalized after suffering severe frostbite following his attempts to do a late night liveshot by himself in freezing temperatures.
Colorado will share in a multi-million dollar settlement with the dialysis clinic company DaVita.
Police in Denver are searching for two men suspected of robbing a check cashing business.
A Golden man who was reported missing two weeks ago has been located safe and unharmed.
Environmental groups want more time to file a protest on a public land swap involving a proposed development near the Wolf Creek Ski Area.
The Denver Broncos lead the Oakland Raiders 20-7 at halftime behind two C.J. Anderson touchdowns and two Connor Barth field goals.
CBS4 aired a series of special reports called the 12 Days of Christmas in December 2014 that feature local nonprofit organizations that have helped people in our community this year.
Its’ the season when “Ho Ho Ho!” is often replaced by “Ow Ow Ow! ” We see more migraines this time of year than any other, and one culprit is easy to identify: food. What’s your trigger? CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida looks at the most common head-splitting things you can eat you can nibble on this season.