Training starts now for the Rock n’ Roll Denver Marathon & 1/2
There is a new call for El Paso Sheriff Terry Maketa to step down coming straight from a county commissioner.
A big change is coming to the Denver Police Department. In addition to guns and body armor, some officers will soon be armed with cameras.
As part of the National Salute to Veteran Patients week, several CBS4 reporters and anchors visited the Denver VA Medical Center this week as a way of paying tribute to — and expressing appreciation for — veterans.
An Aurora attorney is working to save the life of a dog that attacked another dog while it was in the middle of a cross country trip to become an Army veteran’s service animal.
A local tragedy is bringing attention to a very difficult topic after an eighth-grader in Douglas County died as part of a suicide pact with others two weeks ago.
CBS4 has learned that two brothers accused of robbing banks across the Front Range allegedly used a taxi cab as their getaway car without the knowledge of the cab driver.
A CBS4 viewer asked about the big budget for furnishings at the new Colorado justice center in Denver and wondered if tax payers are getting ripped off. So CBS4’s Tom Mustin to look into the price tags.
More than 500 people from Colorado were running in the Boston Marathon on Monday and several of them witnessed the first explosion first hand.
This is the time of year when those ringing bells and red kettles are very visible signs of the Salvation Army, but the organization touches those in need every day.