Colorado connections highlight CBS4’s anchors’ and reporters’ genuine affection for the state where they work, live and raise their families. That homegrown loyalty is part of CBS4’s new promotional spots.
As part of the National Salute to Veteran Patients week, several CBS4 reporters and anchors visited the Denver VA Medical Center this week as a way of paying tribute to — and expressing appreciation for — veterans.
CBS4’s Jim Benemann and Karen Leigh were honored to take part in the annual Great Thanksgiving Banquet at the Denver Rescue Mission on Wednesday.
In the hours following the Aurora theater shooting there was an outpouring of support. Thousands of people brought flowers, candles and messages of support to a field across from the theater.
CBS4 Anchor Jim Benemann donned his best “Cat in the Hat” hat to read Dr. Seuss to some lucky children on Thursday.
CBS4 anchors helped ring bells to raise money for the Salvation Army.
There was definitely some road rage Tuesday at the Natural Grocers at Arapahoe Road and University Boulevard.
All aboard for a whole lot of fun, Honey Badger-style.
Colorado Sen. Mark Udall was at City Park Saturday to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day. He encouraged everyone to enjoy all the outdoor recreation Colorado has to offer.
This weekend Colorado Getaways kicks off a new season, one that will be filled with stories that reflect on what’s changed since the series first hit the airwaves.