1 In Custody Following Shooting In Castle RockPolice in Castle Rock have one person in custody following a shooting on Tuesday.
Ski Resorts Aim For More Efficient Snowmaking Amid DroughtSnowpack in the U.S. West has decreased by about 20% in the last century, making man-made snow more vital each year to opening ski resorts and fueling ski town economies as they head into an uncertain future.
Eagle County Wildfire In December Being Investigated As SuspiciousEagle County Sheriff's Office announced Tuesday a wildland fire near Minturn in December 2021 is now being investigated as intentionally started.
Michael Osse Arrested, Accused Of Murder After Driving From Jefferson County To Colorado Springs In Victim's CarDeputies with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office arrested a murder suspect on Monday afternoon after he was found in his alleged victim's vehicle in Colorado Springs.
Colorado Weather: First Alert Weather Day For Snow And Cold On TuesdayThere is a Winter Weather Advisory posted for the Denver metro area for a possible 3-6 inches of snow on this First Alert Weather Day.
'Not Acceptable': Neighbors Who Tried To Rescue People In Fatal Aurora Apartment Fire React To Arrest Of Alondra MichelA 37-year-old woman is accused of starting the fire that had people fleeing an Aurora apartment complex and leaving a child dead.
Denver Principal On Administrative Leave Following Allegations Of DiscriminationDenver Public Schools placed a principal on administrative leave on Monday after reports of discrimination.
Aurora, Cherry Creek, Douglas Schools Among Those With Delays Tuesday Morning Due To Winter WeatherThere were some delays to schools in parts of Colorado early Tuesday morning due to winter weather.
WATCH: Musician Andy Thorn Shows Off Outdoor Banjo Playing Skills In Heavy Colorado SnowThe vast majority of musicians that live on Colorado's Front Range prefer to practice inside when the snow starts dumping, but there are always exceptions.
Investigators: Burning Remnants Of Underground Coal Mines Are Possible Cause Of Marshall FireInvestigators with the Boulder County Sheriff's Office are considering a number of possible causes of the Marshall Fire, but a new possibility emerged late last week - that the remains of turn-of-the-century coal mines which have been slowly burning underground for decades may have reached the soil surface and ignited the destructive blaze.
Sticker Shock: Coloradans Question High Natural Gas BillsColoradans have reported a significant increase in due payments when it comes to their electricity, propane and natural gas.
Aurora To Hand Out 25,000 KN95 Masks At Public LibrariesAurora will be offering 25,000 KN95 face masks at six public libraries over the course of the next two days.
Denver Recreation Centers To Hand Out Free KN95 MasksStarting Monday, Denver residents can get up to five free masks at rec centers around the city.
'He Was Our Provider': Young Colorado Father Mourned After COVID BattleTwo years into the pandemic and while life is returning back to normal for many people, it’s everything but that for widow Bianca Enriquez.
Avs Beat Blackhawks 2-0, Extend Record Home Streak To 16The Colorado Avalanche beat the Chicago Blackhawks 2-0 on Monday night to extend their franchise-record home winning streak to 16 games.
Lakewood Police Use Snowstorm As Opportunity To Throw Shade At Buffalo Bills DefenseMany Broncos fans across the Denver metro area are not so excited to see their dreaded rivals the Chiefs back in the AFC Championship Game, and that apparently includes members of the Lakewood police force.
Nikola Jokic Named Player Of The WeekFor the first time this season, Nuggets forward Nikola Jokic has been named the Western Conference's Player of the Week.
'Credibility Definitely In Question': New Video Raises Concerns About Traffic Stop Of Commerce City Police ChiefDashcam video from a Utah Highway Patrol car of a speeding stop of Commerce City Police Chief Clint Nichols in 2020 is raising questions about Nichols' account of what exactly happened.
'You Just Have No Rights Once They Tow Your Car': State Lawmakers Target Predatory Towing In New SessionTwo state representatives are hoping their new, proposed bill, will put the brakes on Colorado towing companies.
COVID Testing Lab Under Investigation Received $115M In Federal Tax Dollars For Allegedly Unsafe, Unreliable TestsA federal agency and attorneys general in multiple states are investigating alleged fraud of a COVID-19 testing company -The Center for Covid Control - which has three locations in Denver.
'The Amazing Race' Resumes After COVID Forces A 19-Month HiatusSeason 33 of “The Amazing Race” has already been a wild ride and it’s only just begun. The Race started filming in 2020 but was forced to take a 19-month hiatus due to the coronavirus. On Wednesday, Jan. 19 the teams will gather in Switzerland to restart the race after the longest pit stop in the show’s history.
Denver Public Schools SchoolChoice Open Enrollment UnderwayDenver Public Schools "schoolchoice" open enrollment is underway.
Three Tips To Help You Keep Your New Year's ResolutionsNew Year’s Resolutions can be easy to set but keeping them usually proves to be a challenge. According to a CBS News poll, 29% of Americans made at least one resolution this year. Certified Health Coach Erica Ballard has a few tips to help you keep your resolutions this year.
How Climate Change And Construction Contributed to 'Domesticated Firestorm' That Was The Marshall FireCBS4 Meteorologist Ashton Altieri is among the TV meteorologists who gathered for "Operation Sierra Storm" to discuss weather and climate-related topics like hurricanes and tornadoes. This year that conference also included our devastating wildfires.
Outflow At Lake Powell Reduced As Reservoir's Water Level Drops Closer To Critical StageThe U.S. Bureau of Reclamation announced Friday a planned reduction in the amount of water released from Lake Powell as low amounts of water come into it during the winter months.
Amid Drought, Snowmaking Operations Statewide Use About 2.2 Billion Gallons Of Water, But It's Just A Drop In The Bucket Compared To Other IndustriesWith the abnormally dry, warmer weather this year, some ski areas have really felt the pinch.