Colorado's Comeback: Red Rocks Shares Date Of Full Capacity ConcertsRed Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison has its sights set on June 21 when they'll be able to host full-capacity concerts.
Monday Afternoon Storms Prompt Flood Alerts Over 3 Colorado Burn ScarsWidespread showers and thunderstorms developed across Colorado on Monday afternoon and some were producing locally heavy rain.
Denver Police: Cedric Vick Shot And Killed After Carjacking, Chase And CrashDenver police provided new details about the carjacking and chase that ended with 22-year-old Cedric Vick being shot and killed.
Ryan Montoya Accused Of Killing Lakewood Cyclist, Gwen Erffmeyer InglisLakewood police identified the cyclist who died after being hit by a driver on Alameda Avenue Sunday morning.
Foster Parents Stepping Up For Colorado Children Needing StabilityThe Colorado Department of Human Services is celebrating foster families through the month of May.
National Jewish Health Holding 'Vaccine Teen' Events Every Day This WeekNational Jewish Health will hold five Vaccine Teen events this week for newly eligible 12 to 15 year olds and any teen up to age 17.
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman To Introduce Camping Ban Ordinance Proposal This WeekAurora Mayor Mike Coffman says on Thursday he will introduce an ordinance prohibiting camping in the city.
Report: Space Force Commanding Officer Matthew Lohmeier Fired Over Comments About Marxism In The MilitaryDuring an interview on a conservative podcast, Lt. Col. Matthew Lohmeier claimed said "Cultural Marxism" and leftist ideology have permeated the Department of Defense.
'This Is Progress': Denver-Area Residents Tour Portion Of Central 70 ProjectResidents toured a stretch of the Central 70 Project in Denver over the weekend and walked on the pavement that will soon be covered with cars traveling east and west.
Five Things To Know About Traveling To The Top Of Pikes Peak In 2021Planning to travel to the top of Colorado's most famous 14er this year? Look no further if you're looking for travel tips.
After Mid-Air Collision, 1 Plane Parachuted To Ground, 1 Landed With Damage. Both Were Impressive To A Denver Aviation ExpertAn associate professor of aviation and aerospace science was impressed by both pilots' actions after Wednesday's mid-air collision.
Avalanche Banners Hang On Larimer Square Ahead Of NHL PlayoffsLarimer Square has a case of Avalanche Fever!
Broncos Hire Kelly Kleine As Executive Director Of Football Operations And Special Adviser To The General ManagerThe Broncos have hired Kelly Kleine as executive director of football operations and special adviser to the general manager.
Denver Nuggets Wind Up As No. 3 Seed In The West As Regular Season Comes To A CloseThe Denver Nuggets finally know who they'll be facing in the first round of the NBA Playoffs.
DIA CEO Kim Day Retiring In JulyKim Day, who has run Denver International Airport for the last 13 years, told coworkers that she plans to retire in July.
Colorado Department Of Labor Writing Off $61 Million In Overpayments Made During PandemicA CBS4 Investigation has learned that the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is writing off more than $61 million in overpayments.
'Everything Is Very Very Fake'; State Issues Cease And Desist Order To Man Posing As Colorado DoctorThe Colorado Medical Board has ordered a man to stop using a fake Colorado medical license which he has apparently been using in other countries to secure jobs as a medical lecturer and professor.
4 Congressmen Join Colorado Teacher And Students To Make Camp Amache, A Japanese Internment Camp, A National Historic SiteMore than 70 years after a Japanese internment camp in Colorado closed, it could become a national historic site and part of the National Park System.
Denver Chefs Team Up To Fundraise For AAPI Causes: 'We Need To Do Something More'Three Denver chefs have teamed up to raise money and awareness for causes related to the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community.
'Votercade' Organized By Asian And Pacific Islander Group Advocates For Voters’ RightsOn Saturday in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood, it seemed like a small group of people was getting ready for a small quiet event. They decorated their cars quietly for a “votercade.”
May Is Pre-Eclampsia Awareness Month, Condition Affects 2 Of 100 Pregnant WomenMay is Pre-eclampsia Awareness Month. Pre-eclampsia affects two out of 100 pregnant women.
Strangers Are Making Sure To Honor The Lives Of Colorado Veterans Whose Remains Went UnclaimedThis upcoming Memorial Day weekend, strangers will be honoring the lives of Colorado veterans whose remains went unclaimed.
It's Melanoma Awareness Month, And Colorado Doctor Has Advice: Look Out 'For Spots That Are Irregular'Colorado boasts more than 300 sunny days a year. But all that sunlight --combined with our high elevation -- also puts us all more at risk of the damaging affects of UV rays.
Colorado Doctor: Full FDA Authorization Would Offer Leeway For Mandatory COVID-19 VaccinationPfizer is asking for full FDA approval for its COVID-19 vaccine. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida said that should only make us more confident in the vaccine.
COVID In Colorado: Yes, You Can Ask Your Health Care Provider If They Are Vaccinated. No, They Don't Have To AnswerAbout 80% of health care workers in Colorado have received a COVID-19 vaccine, and Dr. Dave Hnida said it is acceptable for you to ask your doctor if they are vaccinated.
Dr. Dave Hnida: When It Comes To COVID, Parents Can Set Good Example For KidsEven as more Coloradans get the COVID-19 vaccine, the state is seeing a jump in the cases among children. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida said there are a number of reasons for the increase.