Von Miller Sees A Way To Help Young Students Get On Right TrackVon Miller’s Back-to-School Vision Day at STRIVE Prep – SMART Academy in Southwest Denver provided free vision screenings, eye exams, and corrective eye wear to 150 Denver area students.
Uber Expands Rider Sharing Program In DenverUber is making it easier and cheaper for customers to rove around the Denver metro area.
CBS4 Broncos Notebook: 8/6Read notes from the CBS4 Sports team from Broncos practice on Aug. 6.
Colorado Remembers 9/11 To Mark 15th Anniversary Of AttacksFifteen years after the terror attack on 9/11, people in Colorado will gather to remember the victims and pay tribute to first responders who put their lives in danger.
DPS Superintendent Welcomes 900 New Educators To DistrictBack-to-school season will be here in just a couple weeks and on Monday the Denver Public Schools superintendent welcomed about 900 new educators to the district.
Event Planners Steering Conventions Away From Denver Due To 16th Street Mall IssuesViolence at the 16th Street Mall could start costing the city of Denver money as businesses have second thoughts about holding events at the Colorado Convention Center.
Denver Discusses Plan For Thousands Of Affordable HomesThe City of Denver on Wednesday outlined plans to add thousands of affordable homes over the next decade. The goal is to create, preserve or rehab 6,000 homes for low and middle income families.
'It Rocked Me': Councilman Brooks Recovers After 15-Pound Tumor RemovedDenver City Councilman Albus Brooks is recovering at home after a 15-pound tumor was removed from his body. The cancer is so rare only 600 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with it each year.
State Of The City Focuses On Violence, Affordable HousingDenver Mayor Michael Hancock delivered the State of the City Address on Monday and said the city is stronger than ever.
Denver Organizations Open Doors For Community HealingPeople around the world are sending their love and support to the Dallas officers and the two men who died during their encounters with police.
Single-Rolled Joints Still For Sale Despite Police Chief's RequestPolice in Denver have a plan to boost patrols on the 16th Street Mall after a spike in violent attacks. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock has blamed what he called "travelers" thought to be enticed by the legal marijuana industry.
Community Leaders Focus On Reconciliation, Healing In Shooting AftermathProtesters, community leaders and others are expressing their anger, grief and sadness over the violent events involving police officers across the nation this week. Denver's mayor expressed the need for healing.