Crocs Files Lawsuit Against Walmart, Hobby Lobby & More For Selling Knockoffs
23-Year-Old Christian Banks Accused Of Sexually Assaulting 14-Year-Old Girl He Met OnlinePolice say 23-year-old Christian Banks pretended to be 17 years old online -- and sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl he arranged to meet.
Rocky Ford Cantaloupes Coming To Colorado Grocery Stores This WeekendThe family farmers of the Rocky Ford Growers Association have been busy over the last couple of months planting and nurturing their world-famous melons!
Teen Boy Killed, Man Stabbed At Apartment Complex In DenverA teenager was shot and killed, and another person was stabbed, at an apartment complex in Denver early Friday.
Study: COVID Pandemic Sparked Increased Demand For Homes Farther From Downtown DenverHomes farther away from downtown Denver are seeing a larger increase in value, while homes closer to downtown are seeing a less of a rise, according to a new study by Zillow.
Deadly Attack: Fort Collins Police Looking For Driver Of SUV Seen In VideoInvestigators believe the attack on the victim, 58-year-old Todd Stout, happened around 1 a.m. on July 5.
NWS Warns Of Significant Flash Flood Threat For Cameron Peak Burn Scar Friday AfternoonThe threat level is the highest possible on their alert system.
Evergreen Rower Makes Olympic Dreams Come TrueKendall “Kenny” Chase is a Mullen High School graduate, former rower for Mile High Row Club, and now Olympic hopeful.
Despite 'Low And Slow' Growth, Fort Collins BBQ Restaurant Beating The OddsHusband-and-wife duo Sabrina Hulm and Craig Henry, owners of JoJo's BBQ in Fort Collins, are slowly growing their new business despite COVID-19.
More Than A Dozen Colorado Law Enforcement Agencies Begin Using Lasso-Like BolaWrap As De-Escalation TacticMore than a dozen different Colorado law enforement agencies have purchased a BolaWrap, a device meant to detain, not harm suspects.
Drug Investigation Turns Into Puppy Rescue For Arvada PolicePolice in Arvada got quite a surprise while conducting a search warrant for narcotics distribution.
Oft-Injured Avalanche Forward Matt Calvert Retires At 31Colorado Avalanche forward Matt Calvert announced his retirement Thursday after 11 seasons in the NHL.
Colorado Avalanche Announce 2021-2022 Season ScheduleThe NHL announced its full 2021-2022 regular-season schedule on Thursday, and the Colorado Avalanche will be returning to the Central Division after spending last season in the West Division.
Gov. Jared Polis Wishes Luck To Olympians Competing In TokyoColorado is home to a world class Olympic training facility, and on Thursday Gov. Jared Polis sent his best wishes to those competing.
Obscure 'Birthday Rule' Costs Colorado Couple $5,000 More For Normal Hospital BirthJessica Rapp and Jake Irwin say they are having to pay $5,000 more for the birth of their son, Jack, simply because of when their birthdays fall in the calendar year.
Colorado DEA Agent Brian Neil Charged In Road Rage IncidentA Colorado-based agent for the federal DEA has been charged with multiple felonies after he stopped a Douglas County teen following a road rage altercation.
Suspect in Denver Hotel Case Calls It 'Giant Misunderstanding'; Ricardo Rodriguez Says 'There Was Guns And Lots Of Them' But No Plot To Harm AnyoneOne of four suspects arrested at a hotel near Coors Field says there was no plot to shoot MLB All-Star Game fans, even though one of his friends harbored a large cache of weapons in his room.
Cattle Drive Tradition Rustles Up Excitement Ahead Of 2021 Cheyenne Frontier DaysIf you are looking for a reason to shine up your cowboy boots and dust off your ten-gallon hat, not to worry, Cheyenne Frontier Days is back for 2021.
125th Cheyenne Frontier Days To Honor Rodeo & Country Music Icon Chris LedouxLedoux, a longtime resident of Wyoming, will be honored posthumously at the 125th annual “Daddy of ‘em All” event with the unveiling of a larger-than-life bronze statue along Interstate 25.
Woman Helps Restore 171 Historic Carriages Used At Cheyenne Frontier Days: 'She's A Treasure'Cheyenne Frontier Days is home to one of the largest historical collections of carriages thanks to decades of preservation and research by one woman.
More Than Half Of Employers In Denver Plan To Add New PositionsMore than half of the employers in Denver plan to add new positions this year.
Denver Metro Chamber Of Commerce Sees More Flexible Work Models Emerging For BusinessesAs employers have been planning post-pandemic work models, a key concept that is gaining traction is a hybrid schedule which combines remote work with in-office days.
Denver Moves Everyone 2050 Survey Asks For Input About Planning For More Cars, Buses And BikesDenver Moves Everyone is seeking community feedback to help determine future transportation goals.
Weather School With Chris Spears: What Is The North American Monsoon?During the summer you hear the word "monsoon" frequently when checking the weather forecast in the southwest part of the United States.
Weather School With Chris Spears: Why Is Colorado So Prone To Hail?Hail is a big part of the severe weather season in Colorado, especially on the eastern plains.
Weather School With Chris Spears: Lightning Hotspots In ColoradoLightning can be one of the scariest and most unpredictable aspects of a thunderstorm but it can also be one of the most mesmerizing too.
National Farmers Market Week Helps Kick Off Colorado Proud Month, Importance Of Supporting Local GrowersNational Farmers Market Week is coming up Aug. 1-7. The event also helps kick off Colorado Proud Month, a time to promote the produce grown right here in our state.
Teddy Bear Patrol Brings Lasting Comfort To Children In TraumaCBS4 is partnered with KOSI 101 and HealthOne to collect Teddy Bears for first responders.
Colorado Doctor Calls Drop In Deaths For Some Common Cancers 'A Celebration For The Medical Community'According to a new report, death rates have dropped for some of the most common cancers.
Colorado Doctor: Easily Transmissible Delta Variant Is A 'Great Masquerader'CBS4's Medical Editor says the Delta variant is so dangerous because of how subtle your symptoms can be compared to other strains of the coronavirus.
New COVID-19 Spikes In Parts Of Colorado With Lower Vaccination Rates? Many Doctors Worried It Could HappenCBS4's Medical Editor says we could see another COVID spike later this year in areas of the state where the vaccination rates are low.
Vaccinated And Considering International Travel? Dr. Dave Hnida Shares A COVID-19 ChecklistAs more Coloradans get vaccinated, people are looking forward to traveling abroad again. But is it safe to do right now if you're fully vaccinated?