Stimulus Funds Paid For Trees For Wealthy HomeownersStimulus funds aimed at jump starting the economy paid for about 4,000 trees in Denver, with many ending up at million dollar homes in Denver’s priciest neighborhoods where residents can afford to buy their own.
Workout Groups May Have To Pay To Use City ParksBoot camps, yoga, jogging groups-- people love working out in Colorado’s city parks, but now workout groups might have to pay to break a sweat in a park.
Chandler, Knicks Expect Celtics To 'Play With Pride' In Emotional Return To BostonThe Celtics need a pick-me-up after losing the opening two games of their first-round playoff series against the Knicks. The city of Boston could use one, too, after a traumatic two weeks of bombings and manhunts and grieving.
Drought Forces Denver To Close Outdoor Rec Fields Denver's playing fields are covered with snow but drought is what's forcing the Parks & Rec department to shut down outdoor ball fields until April.
Denver Limits Sports Fields Access Due To DroughtAs drought conditions linger, Denver Parks and Recreation is closing its grass fields for sports including soccer until April 1.
DIA Yanks Security Clearance For Mayoral AppointeeA CBS4 investigation has learned that Denver International Airport has suspended the security clearance for Heather Barry, Mayor Michael Hancock's Director of Business Affairs and Concessionaire Relations for Aviation.
Laser Incidents At DIA Nearly DoubleThe number of people pointing lasers at airplanes at Denver International Airport nearly doubled in the last two years, following a troubling nationwide trend that federal officials say can jeopardize pilots' eyesight and put passengers and planes at risk.
Boeing Tests New Jumbo Jet At DIAOne of only 20 new massive jumbo jets in the world landed in Denver on Tuesday. Pilots took test runs with Boeing's new 787.