High School Basketball Players Share the CourtIt was a great night on the court at Evergreen High School for players with the Evergreen Parks and Recreation District’s Special Needs program.
CBS4 Bell Ringing Helps Salvation Army's Red Kettle CampaignThe ringing of the Salvation Army bells were heard across downtown Denver on Wednesday, thanks to some special volunteers.
No Plunge Means Big Dive For CharitiesThe Evergreen Lake Plunge has officially been canceled this year and it's going to have a huge impact on charities that rely on funds raised by the event.
'Only Fools Jump In': New Year Signals Icy-Cold PlungeFreezing temperatures on New Year's Day were not enough to deter hundreds who plunged into icy waters in Evergreen and Boulder to raise money for charities.
Local Bands Look Forward To Exposure Of Marathon VenueThe Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Marathon is more than just a race, it’s an experience. There are bands at every mile of the course and then a huge finish line festival at the start/finish line.
High School Students Showing How To Be Responsible VotersThey may not be old enough to vote, but these high school students are showing the right way to consider issues on the 2014 Colorado Ballot.
Take A 'Polar Plunge' For A Good Cause To Ring In The New YearAfter the big New Year's Eve some people may need something to chill out in the new year.
Emergency Toy Drive A Huge Success, But More Toys Still NeededIt was a great turnout on Tuesday for CBS4’s Care 4 Colorado Emergency Toy Drive, but it’s not over yet. Toy donations are still needed for thousands of children and can be donated at any King Soopers up until Christmas Eve.
Boys And Girls Club Makes A Difference In Kids' Lives The Boys And Girls Clubs Of Metro Denver play an important role in the lives of young people.
Visit Denver Honors CBS4 With Mile High Energy AwardVisit Denver gave a big thanks to CBS4 for the station's support for tourism efforts on Thursday.
Day Of Service Draws Thousands To Help Mother NatureThe Xcel Energy Day of Service drew thousands of Coloradans to volunteer on 9 different wildland projects.
Solheim Cup Expected To Bring Denver-Area Economy MillionsTeam USA and Team Europe have been getting some practice in before the prestigious Solheim Cup tees off at the Colorado Golf Club in Parker on Friday.