Aviation Expert Explains What May Be Going On With The TSATSA agents look for weapons and dangerous people, but since its creation after Sept. 11, its mission has changed with agents working at concerts and sporting events.
Survey Hopes To Get Health Snapshot Of Those Downwind Of Rocky FlatsA new survey is taking a look at the health of residents who live east of the former Rocky Flats Plant.
Thousands Of College Students In Colorado GraduateApproximately 4,000 students got their degrees from Colorado State University on Saturday.
2 Sports Authority Distribution Centers To Close As Rumors Swirl About BankruptcyCBS4 has learned two metro area Sports Authority distribution centers are closing, leaving dozens without jobs. The news comes after reports the company could be filing for bankruptcy.
Attachment To Cellphones Can Lead To 'Phantom Vibration Syndrome'Do you think your mobile phone is ringing or vibrating when it's not? That's called "phantom vibration syndrome."
Fundraising Gets Popular Platform On The InternetThe Federal Trade Commission will hold a workshop to discuss how crowdfunding fits into current regulations. The popularity of this online fundraising could be outpacing policy.
Metro State To Host The 2016 Division II Men's & Women's Golf ChampionshipsThe NCAA announced Monday that Metropolitan State University of Denver will host the NCAA Division II Men's and Women's Golf Championships in 2016.
25 Years After Horrific Crash, Memories Surface And Crusades ContinueTwenty-five years after an airplane's crash into an Iowa cornfield killed 111 passengers, one crew member continues to push for children's safety aboard flights.
Colorado Mountain College Sees Immigrant BoostColorado Mountain College in western Colorado is seeing a large number of students taking advantage of in-state tuition rates for immigrants without legal residence.
Metro Announces $1M Naming Rights Agreement For New Athletic ComplexThe president of Metropolitan State University of Denver announced on Thursday a $1 million naming rights agreement for the campus's new athletic complex.
Colorado's Mixed Tax Votes Leave Political Future UnclearColorado's mercurial political nature was on full display Tuesday, with voters overwhelmingly approving taxes on marijuana sales but rejecting an income tax hike for schools.
Lower Tuition For Immigrants Becomes Law In ColoradoImmigrant students will pay significantly less in tuition at Colorado colleges under legislation signed by Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday.