Best Places To Picnic In DenverThe dawn of spring inspires many Denver residents to get outside and enjoy nature. Each of these locations offers a fun picnicking atmosphere along with an abundance of activities in which to participate once you're finished eating.
2 Rescued By Dive Teams After Attempting To Save Dog From Icy WaterDive teams performed a water rescue at Washington Park Saturday afternoon.
'Scream Scram' Raises Big Money For Boys & Girls Clubs Of Metro DenverHundreds got into the Halloween spirit Friday evening at the Scream Scram in Washington Park.
Denver Pokeman Go: Meet Up And City Crawl Draws ThousandsIf you haven’t heard about the latest mobile game, you’ve likely seen it action. People who seem to be aimlessly walking around with their faces in their phones.
Denver Parks And Rec Cutting Goose PopulationBeset by complaints about aggressive Canada geese and their droppings, Denver’s Parks and Recreation Department is engaging in forced birth control for geese in Denver parks.
Short Term Rentals Allowed In Denver -- With RulesHomeowners who want to rent out their places on a short term basis just got the green light in Denver. It’s a growing trend around the world.
Spina Bifida Walk N' Roll Brings Community TogetherThe snowy and cold weather on Sunday didn't put the brakes on the Spina Bifida Walk N' Roll in Wash Park.
It's Time To Register For The 'Furry Scurry' To Help The Denver Dumb Friend's LeagueThe Denver Dumb Friends League's annual Furry Scurry will be held on May 7. It's the largest single dog walk in the country and CBS4 is a proud sponsor.
2 Reports Of Police Impersonators Over The Weekend Has Police ConcernedPolice in Denver are investigating two incidents of police impersonations over the weekend.
Travel Guide To Portland, OregonTravel guide to the best attractions, overnight accommodations and dining in Portland, Oregon
Top Spots For Fall Colors Near DenverIf you're in need of a taste of fall when the time comes, here are some great Colorado spots for keeping tabs on the changing seasons.
Doctor Says Spike In 'Rabbit Fever' Cases Should 'Be A Concern' For The PublicThe number of human cases of tularemia -- also known as rabbit fever -- is 10 times higher this year than just two years ago.