Television has changed drastically over the decades, and this relic is a perfect example of what news used to be.
CBS4’s Joel Hillan conducted the Lakewood Symphony Orchestra and the Colorado Mormon Chorale for their annual Christmas concert on Friday.
Larry Zimmer, the longtime radio voice of the Colorado Buffaloes, is battling health problems and will miss his first CU game in 21 years.
For the first time in CBS4 history an incumbent U.S. senator has declined to debate his opponent live on air. In fact, Sen. Mark Udall isn’t doing a debate on any of the four major network television stations in Denver.
Colorado’s governor said Wednesday he was preparing to put a stop to government-prescribed burns such as the one that may have started the deadly wildfire gnawing through a huge swath of foothills southwest of Denver.
A Denver woman who made what she thought was a harmless call to a radio station turned herself in Wednesday on charges of lying to get out of jury duty.
The following is a series of important dates in CBS4’s station history: June 1952 – Metropolitan TV Company bought KOA Radio from NBC. This company was partially owned by Bob Hope and former Denver Mayor […]