A woman and her two dogs are recovering from a vicious attack from dogs owned by her neighbors after they broke through a security door and came charging into her living room.
Sixty percent of low income children have no books in their homes, but an organization called “Book Trust” is working to change that.
Recent blasts of winter in the mountains have stranded motorists and the Colorado Department of Transportation used something many might not have heard of to bail dozens of cars out of drifts.
Day cares along the Front Range are now on alert after two people who are accused of staking out day cares to break into parents’ vehicles were arrested.
As many people dash from car to home or bus to office, they think it’s cold, but imagine what it must be like for those who work eight hours in the freezing weather.
One of the strongest storms in history slammed into the Philippines and the intensity has Coloradans worried about relatives who are visiting or live there.
Donations continue to pour in to help make the holidays a little brighter for those who lost their homes or belongings in the floods.
A couple from Morrison came under attack while driving their SUV in Denver Saturday night.
In an aircraft salvage yard in northeast Denver a military pilot’s story has recently been pieced together.
Those who watched “Teach” Friday on CBS4 saw wonderful examples of the inspiring teachers shaping young lives. That moved CBS4’s Suzanne McCarroll to talk to prominent Coloradans about the teachers who inspire them.