Mobile Home Owners Fight For Their PropertyPeople who live in a mobile home park in Aurora are concerned the land will be sold literally out from under them, leaving them with no where to go.
Aspiring Chef Finds A Path Through Emily Griffith SchoolOne man is achieving his dream of becoming a chef thanks to one school's mission that is still going strong nearly 100 years later.
Woman Who Inspired Barbara Davis Center For Diabetes Back To HelpThe woman who inspired the creation of the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes when she was a child has returned to help find a cure for the disease.
Artificial Pancreas Offers New Hope For DiabeticsResearchers are getting closer to perfecting an artificial pancreas which may offer new hope for Coloradans living with diabetes. The device takes the guesswork out of managing the disease.
Colorado Researchers Find Key To Help Cancer Patients Keep Sense Of TasteResearchers at University Hospital have discovered a key step in how taste buds regenerate, which could help cancer patients who lose their sense of taste.
Theater Shooter's Time As PhD Student ScrutinizedDuring day seven of the Aurora Theater Shooting Trial, the gunman's time at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus as a PhD student was scrutinized.
Senator Wants Details On How VA Will Finish Denver HospitalSen. Michael Bennet is asking the Veterans Affairs Department to quickly produce a plan for funding and finishing the Denver VA hospital, which is $1 billion over budget and months behind schedule.
Patient Being Monitored For Ebola Tests NegativeThe Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment announced that a patient's Ebola testing returned negative.
Murder's Legacy: Community Center Opens In AuroraA Colorado mother still trying to make sense of her son's murder is opening a center offering young people alternatives to crime.
Free Health Screenings At The Stock Show Have Saved LivesVisitors to the National Western come mainly for the livestock. The Stock Show is where even city slickers can be cowboys for the day. It's also a place where cowboys and others can get a city service for free.
More Protests Coincide With Denver Discussions On Race RelationsDemonstrators rallied again in Denver and Aurora on Friday, the same day Mayor Michael Hancock and other civic leaders held the first in a series of community discussions on race relations.
Marcia Neville Elected To Colorado High School Sports Hall Of FameLongtime CBS4 viewers know all about former prep sports reporter Marcia Neville, a true pioneer in the reporting of high school sports, and on Tuesday she was elected to the Colorado High School Sports Hall Of Fame.