'It's Easy To Hide': Students Say Vaping Is EverywhereThe Douglas County Sheriff's Office plans to launch to an educational campaign warning kids and parents about the dangers of vaping, a growing trend in Denver metro area schools.
Vigil Held For Beloved Teen Jazz Musician Killed After Warehouse PartyOn Friday, more than 100 of Sanghyuk Kim's classmates joined his family for a candlelight vigil at Utah Park in Aurora. Kim was shot and killed last weekend outside a warehouse party in Denver.
Teen Murdered After Party Remembered As 'Great Musician, Great Person'Police in Denver are still investigating a homicide that occurred early Sunday morning at Cherokee Street and Arkansas Avenue.
After Dozens Of Offers, Overland's Davis Makes College ChoiceColorado's most heavily recruited high school basketball player perhaps since Chauncey Billups has chosen which college he will play for.
3rd Day Of Walkouts For Hundreds Of Metro Area StudentsSeveral hundred high school students in the Denver metro area walked out of class for a third day in protest of the police action in Ferguson.
After Girls' Jihadi Quest, A Focus On OutreachGathered under the fluorescent lights of an austere Denver mosque, a group of parents stared at a photo projected on a wall in front of them.
Girls' Jihadi Quest Stirs Muslim Communities' FearThe strange journey of three suburban Denver girls who authorities say tried to join Islamic State militants in Syria has many in their close-knit east African community worried about whether their own children will be the next to be lured to terror.
Colorado Youth Summit Puts Students On A Path To SuccessJust one day after a deadly school shooting in Washington state, mentors and students in Colorado were taking action to keep students safe.
Runaway Teens' Alleged ISIS Aspirations A 'Shock' To Colorado Muslim LeaderAs the cross-continent trip of three Colorado teenage girls makes national headlines, the head of the Colorado Muslim Council says the fact that they were hoping to join Islamic extremists comes as a surprise.
Teacher At Center Of Twitter Controversy Wants To Keep TeachingA teacher who left the Cherry Creek School District after a tweeting controversy told CBS4 she wants to teach again.
Personal Stories Grip Lawmakers On Death PenaltyA proposal to abolish Colorado's death penalty will be one of the most emotional issues this legislative session - in part because lawmakers' own stories are closely connected to the debate.
Racy Twitter Updates Land Overland High Teacher In Hot WaterA teacher in the Cherry Creek School District has been put on paid leave as the district investigates her Twitter account.