Brother's App Helps Deputies Locate Sister's Fatal Crash In Weld CountyEvidence at the scene suggests the woman drove off the right shoulder and into a corn field, hit an embankment and went airborne.
1 Dead After Pursuit Of Lakewood Robbery Suspects Ends In CrashPolice in Lakewood responded to a robbery at an Ulta Beauty store located at 489 S. Wadsworth Blvd. on Friday afternoon.
Mountain Lion Named 'Squeak' Travels Across 558 Miles In Fascinating Journey To ColoradoA mountain lion who was born in New Mexico may be making Mesa Verde National Park its home after it traveled across hundreds of miles in a journey that was closely watched through GPS monitoring.
Red Cross Closes Wildfire Shelter For Those Displaced From Cameron Peak, East Troublesome FiresThe Red Cross closed its wildfire shelter in Larimer County on Tuesday.
COVID In Colorado: New Antibody Drug Bamlanivimab Arrives At UCHealth University Of Colorado HospitalUCHealth University Of Colorado Hospital has a new antibody drug to treat high-risk COVID patients.
Gary Pedigo Sr., Veteran Of Westminster's Fire And Police Departments, Dies Of Complications From COVIDThe law enforcement community and firefighting team in the City of Westminster is mourning the loss of an exceptionally long serving member of both the police and fire departments.
Domestic Violence In Colorado: New Report Shows Dramatic Spike In DeathsThe attorney general's office list of recommendations to prevent these tragedies includes keeping guns out of the hands of domestic violence suspects and training first responders to better identify victims.
Michael Hughes Arrested After Shots Fired In Direction Of Several Police Officers In FountainPolice have arrested Michael Hughes on suspicion of being responsible for shooting at a group of police officers from a vehicle in Fountain.
1,200-Foot Tubing Lanes At Frisco Adventure Park Open For SeasonTubers can now slide down a 1,200 foot snow chute in Frisco, ride a "surface lift" back up and do it again!
Rare 'Christmas Star' To Shine This Year On Night Of Winter SolsticeIt's too far away to give a forecast for sky conditions on Dec. 21 but let's hope for clear skies this year.
'Truly Scary Situation': Conifer Woman Says Stranger Saved Her From Aggressive BuckTawney Hilliard said she was hiking with her dog at Flying J Park in Conifer on Thursday when the small buck approached her -- then chased her.
DU Athletics Supporting Together 4 Colorado Toy DriveThe DU Athletics Department will be collecting new toys to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs.
10,000 Toys Needed For Together 4 Colorado Toy DriveThis year has been especially difficult for children at the Boys & Girls Clubs and their families, so CBS4 is collecting toys for them.
CBS4, Boys & Girls Clubs Collect Toys In Time Of Great NeedCBS4’s annual Together 4 Colorado Toy Drive needs 10,000 toys to meet the needs of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver.
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Denver Nuggets Begin Regular Season In Ball Arena, Minus FansThe Denver Nuggets announced the first half of their regular season on Friday. The Nuggets will start the first three games at home in a fan-less Ball Arena.
Drew Lock Fined By Denver Broncos, Says Missing Last Week's Game 'Hurt My Heart, Hurt My Soul'As Kendall Hinton was thrusted into the starting quarterback role for the Broncos last week, the team's full-time starter was watching the blowout loss from home.
Broncos Tim Patrick Uses Cleats To Raise Awareness About Sarcoma, Disease That Took Life Of His DadWhen the Broncos take the field against the Chiefs on Sunday night, they will have extra incentive to pull off the upset victory.
Cherry Creek Holiday Market Sees Record Turnout On Fillmore StreetThe Cherry Creek Holiday Market completed the Thanksgiving weekend with a record number of registered guests.
'A Real Treat': The Brown Palace Offers Take-Home Holiday Tea ExperienceFor the first time, The Brown Palace is offering its annual holiday tea experience as a take home event with a virtual piano performance.
SEE IT: Grinch, Gingerbread Man & Santa Visit EvergreenTen tons of ice were carved and sculpted into wintery Christmas scenes and characters in Evergreen.
Denver Public Schools Changes Work-From-Home Accommodation Rules, Some Teachers Consider Leaving DistrictA policy change announced the Friday before Thanksgiving break has some teachers in Denver Public Schools considering taking a leave of absence.
Weld County DA Calls Cop 'A Danger To Community,' Refuses To Prosecute Cases From Officer Zach HelbigCBS4 has learned that Weld County District Attorney Michael Rourke is refusing to prosecute criminal cases involving a Fort Lupton police officer who shot and killed a man last year.
Internal Emails: Colorado Unemployment Resources Were 'Tapped Out' At Start Of PandemicIt has taken media inquiries for some unemployment claimants in Colorado to get their money. CBS4 Investigates obtained internal emails that illuminate some possible reasons why.
COVID In Colorado: School Districts Report Critical Staff Shortages In New SurveyCritical staff shortages are presenting significant challenges for Colorado school districts as they struggle to maintain operations for both in-person and remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
DPS Board Names Dwight Jones As Interim SuperintendentDenver Public Schools announced on Wednesday night that Dwight Jones, the district's Senior Deputy Superintendent for Equity, will serve as Interim Superintendent through July 2021.
Colorado Food Cluster Delivers Meals To Students In Need During Remote LearningWith most children learning from home during the coronavirus pandemic, many students aren't getting the meals they typically would at school. The Colorado Food Cluster is made up of local organizations to help the rising need.
Colorado Doctor Warns Of 'Surge On Top Of A Surge' In Early DecemberQuarantine and test, that's the advice from Dr. Dave Hnida if you traveled for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Dr. Dave Hnida: Adult Behavior Could Determine When Colorado Students Return To ClassroomsWhat really needs to happen is to have the numbers surrounding the pandemic drop in Colorado, especially the positivity rates which is currently above 11% for the state's seven day number.
'Negative At 3, Positive At 5': Dr. Dave Hnida Warns COVID Tests Have LimitsColoradans are flocking to COVID-19 testing sites all across the state as new ones are opened. In some cases, people are trying to get tested before spending Thanksgiving with loved ones.