It’s the image families share at Christmas — the kids opening presents. But for one Colorado family, the best gift of all is having a home for the holidays.
Officials with the Colorado Department of Transportation and at Denver International Airport say they are ready for the couple of inches of snow that are projected to fall on Christmas Eve and Christmas.
Herman Dinges says he will be turning off his Christmas lights for the last time after this holiday season, and he’s not letting a scrooge ruin his final year.
It’s a first in the aftermath of the High Park Fire. Larimer County has issued a certificate of occupancy for a rebuilt home.
Georgetown was hurting due to the lack of snow. Just a month ago the mountain town brought snow guns into town for the holiday season.
CBS4 Money Saver Suzanne McCarroll took a look at the deadlines and the cheapest ways to ship presents.
Thousands of people celebrated Christmas early in downtown Denver on Sunday.
Christmas wishes came true for some families in need this weekend thanks to a few Good Samaritans.
Mother Nature will be firing off her own Christmas light show Thursday night and again on Friday night this week.
They put hundreds of dollars in Christmas gifts in storage for their grandson only to fall victim to crooks.
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