Colorado Supreme Court Won't Review Fetuses' DeathsThe Colorado Supreme Court isn't taking up an appeal from a man who sued a Roman Catholic hospital over the deaths of his pregnant wife and their unborn twins.
Regis President Expects New Pope To Reform How Vatican OperatesThe president of Denver's Regis University said he got choked up on Tuesday when he saw who had been chosen to be the new pope.
Denver Archbishop Praises Work Of Pope BenedictDenver's Roman Catholic archbishop says he's grateful for the service of Pope Benedict XVI and says his impact on the church will be felt for generations.
The Fading Health Of The PopePope Benedict XVI is stepping down from his post -- the first Pope to do so since the year 1415. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida takes a look at what may be some factors behind this momentous decision.
U.S. Challenges Order In Federal Health Care LawsuitThe federal government is seeking to overturn an order blocking it from penalizing a Colorado company whose health care coverage doesn't include birth control.
Colorado Employer Wins Early Round On Birth ControlA federal judge issued a preliminary injunction Friday barring penalties - for now - against a Colorado business whose health coverage for employees doesn't cover birth control.
Church Holiday Displays Desecrated By VandalsThe Christmas season is a sad one for a large Catholic parish in Littleton. Their outdoor holiday displays were desecrated by vandals.
Denver Archbishop Chaput Leaves Denver For PhiladelphiaPope Benedict XVI accepted the resignation of Philadelphia archbishop Cardinal Justin Rigali on Tuesday, sending him into retirement as the archdiocese faces accusations that it covered up a long-running priest sex abuse scandal.