Grizzly Creek Fire Closes I-70, Grows To 1,300 Acres Near Glenwood SpringsThe Grizzly Creek Fire has burned about 1,300 acres in Garfield County near Glenwood Springs and closed both directions of I-70.
RTD Considers Replacing Security Guards With Social WorkersThe transit agency says its staff is ill-equipped to handle social, behavioral and mental health needs of riders.
Curtis Park Residents Report Noticeable Increase In Crime At Homeless CampsResidents say violence and drug dealing are taking over encampments in an area where people experiencing homelessness have been seeking refuge for decades.
'The Right Trajectory': COVID-19 Cases Drop For Second Week In ColoradoFor the second week in a row, Colorado reported a drop in COVID-19 cases.
Denver City Council Considers Ballot Measure To Repeal Pit Bull BanDenver City Council is considering a bill to let voters decide whether to repeal the city's pit bull ban.
Finding Suzanne Morphew: Investigators Distribute Flyers On 3 Month Anniversary Of DisappearanceSuzanne Morphew was reported missing on Mother’s Day, May 10, after leaving her home in Mayesville to go for a bike ride.
Commerce City Police Arrest Domestic Violence Suspect Who Barricaded Himself In HomeCommerce City police asked residents living near East 62nd Avenue and Oneida Street to remain in their homes Monday evening.
'Kill Them All': Colorado Springs PD Sergeant Used Fake Name To Post Comments About ProtestersA sergeant with the Colorado Springs Police Department has been temporarily suspended and transferred following an internal affairs investigation that confirmed he posted comments on a live-stream of a protest in late June.
Little Lone Tree 'Officer' Stops CopThe city tweeted a photo saying the officer pictured was patrolling the area of Andrush Court when he was stopped by 5-year-old Jace!
Fort Lupton Firefighters Rescue Kittens Trapped In Storm DrainA mother cat found herself and her kittens in quite a predicament. They were stuck in a storm drain.
JeffCo Open Space Ranger: Don't Feed Moose PizzaWildlife officials are issuing another reminder to leave wildlife alone as you enjoy Colorado's great outdoors after a report of people trying to feed pizza to a moose in Clear Creek Canyon.
Postponing Football Could Impact All Other Sports At CU BoulderConcerns around student safety are clashing with the multi-million dollar decision to cancel or postpone the season.
Mountain West Postpones Fall Sports, CSU, AFA Football IncludedThe Mountain West Conference has announced they have postponed all fall sports contests and the championship events. The conference houses Air Force and Colorado State University.
Denver Broncos Announces 2020 Training Camp Practice ScheduleThe Denver Broncos announced their training camp practice schedule for the 2020 season on Monday. Fans will not be allowed to attend the practices.
1,000+ Backpacks Handed Out As Part Of Educational Equity MissionVolunteers helped hand out more than 1,300 backpacks loaded with school supplies to children who face challenges in the back-to-school season.
Cherry Creek Schools Moves Ahead With In-Person Learning PlanCherry Creek Schools announced that students will return for in-person learning when class resumes this month.
Adams 12 Schools Uses Learning Pod Model To Help Families When Remote Learning Isn't An OptionClassrooms have been configured to allow for social distancing while requiring face coverings so students can operate devices and participate in classes virtually.
Denver Hispanic Neighborhoods With Higher COVID-19 Hospitalization Rates Also Have Higher Air Pollution Levels Than White NeighborhoodsNeighborhoods with greater air pollution concentrations are also areas where more people were hospitalized, and those are primarily poorer neighborhoods with a majority of Hispanic residents.
It Takes Seconds To Get Help On Unemployment Phone Line If You Speak Spanish; For English Speakers Help Is Weeks AwaySeveral frustrated people are having to wait weeks for a callback appointment to speak to a real person for help with their unemployment claim, but CBS4 Investigates found if you speak Spanish, you can get help with your unemployment claim in seconds.
Failures To Appear, Defaults Spike After Change To Denver 'Virtual Court' The number of people failing to appear in Denver's night traffic court in June and July soared 215% from the same time in 2019, and default judgments against drivers also spiked by 50%.
Coronavirus And People Under 30: Dr. Dave Hnida Looks Last Call, Chronic Symptoms And Starting SchoolWe asked Dr. Dave Hnida about some of the issues impacting school kids and young adults -- from starting school late to ending nights out early.
'It's A Good Move': Dr. Dave Hnida Talks About Face Mask Mandate In ColoradoWith coronavirus cases spiking in Colorado once again, many people have questions about the virus. That’s why every Monday on CBSN Denver, we talk to CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida.
5 Colorado Doctors Tell Dr. Dave Hnida That In-Person Classes Are OK For Students ... For NowSchools across the state are working to finalize plans for the start of the 2020/2021 school year in the midst of the pandemic.
CBS4 Behind The Scenes: Why I Wear A Mask While Covering ColoradoCBS4 news director Tim Wieland asked the journalists he works with to share their feelings about wearing masks while on the job during the coronavirus pandemic.
'Involved In All The Big Stories': Behind The Scenes With A Newsroom LeaderA conversation with Audra Streetman is a lesson in leadership. It’s easy to see why her co-workers nominated her for Employee of the Quarter during one of the most challenging times of our careers.
Britt Moreno Returns To CBS4 A New Mom In A ‘New World’Weston arrived just as the coronavirus pandemic arrived in Colorado. Britt and Jordan went to the hospital on March 12. During the few days of their stay, their world changed with the arrival of a healthy, baby boy.
New Citizens Sworn In Colorado Parking Lot In During Coronavirus Pandemic
Avalanche 3, Wild 2 (Exhibition Game)
U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum Opening
Concerts During The Coronavirus Pandemic: Colorado Symphony Plays At Red Rocks
Colorado Avalanche Practice July 25, 2020
Colorado Avalanche Practice July 22, 2020
'Acoustic On The Rocks' Returns To Red Rocks Due To Popular DemandAcoustic on the Rocks is coming back to Red Rocks Amphitheater thanks to popular demand.
Film On The Rocks To Return In 2020 With A (Drive-In) TwistEvent coordinators at Red Rocks Amphitheatre hadn't been able to present their annual Film on the Rocks film showings so far this year due to the coronavirus health guidelines, but now that's changing.
Food Truck Fans Rejoice! Civic Center Eats Set To Return To Denver's Civic Center ParkCivic Center Eats will open on Aug. 12 for lunch and dinner.