The Governor’s Mansion is now all decked out for the holidays.
Forget the ads for Black Friday. It seems the holiday shopping season has started earlier than ever.
An atheist group has threatened to file a lawsuit against a school in Highlands Ranch after students packed up Christmas boxes for charity.
CBS4 viewers have been scouring their basements and garages looking for Christmas decorations because of a woman who has launched a Christmas ornament drive for flood victims.
Workers at an iconic restaurant hope an auction helps them get their jobs back. They lost their jobs when the state shut the restaurant for not paying its taxes.
Many families are still out of their homes and without their belongings following September’s floods. Now one woman is on a campaign to make sure the families who lost so much can enjoy some holiday cheer.
CBS has announced plans to broadcast two newly colorized episodes of the 1950s comedy, “I Love Lucy,” including the memorable grape-stomping episode and the rarely-seen “Christmas Episode” this coming Christmas holiday.
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.