Colorado Vigil For Uvalde Comes As Vigilance IncreasesWhile Robb Elementary School is more than 900 miles away from Denver, that community's pain is being felt in this community.
Lack Of Staffing Apparently Main Cause Of 144 Horse Deaths At BLM Facility In Cañon City, Report SaysA Bureau of Land Management review of the functions at the wild horse facility in Cañon City concludes too little staffing led to issues of care with the wild horse population at the facility.
Kayla Dreiling, Accused Of Holding Student At Gunpoint, Wanted After Being Bailed Out of Jail And Failing To AppearNine months after allegedly holding a teenager at gunpoint in the parking lot of Poudre High School, suspect Kayla Dreiling has been bonded out of jail and now has a warrant for her arrest.
Despite Driving Much Of Aurora Youth Violence, Latino Community Largely Absent In ConversationsAurora Police Department data obtained by CBS4 shows that more Latino youth are involved in violence in the city than Black youth.
'I Was Terrified': Denver Students & Parents Filled With Panic After Possible Weapon Found On School CampusAfter recent mass shootings in Texas and Buffalo, fears ran high at Northfield High School in Denver after students were placed on lockdown on Thursday. Others ran as word spread of a possible gun inside the school.
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser Pushes New Law To Fight Fraud As State Doles Out Billions In Federal Aid DollarsThe State of Colorado has received about $12 billion in COVID relief and $6 billion in infrastructure funding. Much of the money will be dispersed in the form of grants for everything from transportation projects to affordable housing, making it a magnet for unscrupulous businesses and nonprofits. As they concoct schemes to cheat taxpayers, Attorney General Phil Weiser is one step ahead.
DA Declines To Press Charges Against Officer Following Deadly Pursuit But Finds Decision To Chase 'Deeply Troubling'The District Attorney for the 18th Judicial District opted not to file charges against a Brighton Police Department officer who chased a stolen car suspect from a traffic stop. But he didn't completely exonerate him, either.
Could Jetpack Suits Be The Future Of Alpine Rescues?Jetpacks could be the future of backcountry rescues, helping first responders in hard-to-reach places.
Job Offers Pour In For Some Thornton GradsImagine graduating high school with multiple job offers. It is happening for students in Adams County.
'Class Dismissed!': Thunderbirds Help Celebrate Air Force Academy GraduatesIt's the quintessential scene each May in Colorado; Air Force Academy graduates tossing their caps as the Air Force Thunderbirds roar overhead.
More People Surrendering Pets As Denver Animal Shelter Reaches Capacity CrisisAs more people adopted pets during the pandemic, the opposite is happening now. More pets are being surrendered to animal shelters.
Tyler Bozak Of St. Louis Blues Yanks Game 5 Win From Avs In OTTyler Bozak scored 3:38 into overtime and the St. Louis Blues fended off elimination in Game 5 of the Western Conference semifinals, overcoming a three-goal deficit in a 5-4 victory over the Colorado Avalanche on Wednesday night.
'Stand With Naz': Avs Fans Rally Behind Forward Nazem Kadri Following RacismAvalanche fans showed their support for Nazem Kadri with “Stand with Naz” signs ahead of Game 5 against the St. Louis Blues at Ball Arena. Some brought their own, while others printed out copies for fans to hold up at the game.
Denver Broncos Narrow Down Bids For Ownership As NFL Wraps Up Spring MeetingThe Denver Broncos are back on the practice field with their new head coach and new quarterback, but the highest-profile position in the franchise remains a question mark.
Some SNAP Recipients In Denver Seeing Delay In Assistance Due To Staffing ShortagesSome Coloradans living in Denver who rely on Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits are facing some serious issues. The food assistance is getting delayed for many amid steep inflation being felt at the grocery store.
Mile High United Way Hosts 'Women United Village Event' To Help Struggling FamiliesThe Mile High United Way organized its first-ever "Women United Village Event" over the weekend.
Connecting Colorado Families To Child CareFamilies in Colorado often struggle with finding child care, for reasons that range from affordability to accessibility.
Inspection Of Iconic DIA Roof Reveals 'Critical' Issues: 'There Is Concern Of Failure' With Some Cables An inspection of the celebrated tented roof over Denver International Airport in late 2021 revealed "critical" issues in some of the cables supporting the roof. Inspectors say some steel cables were "overloaded" and others were at risk of failure.
Convicted Wife-Killer Harold Henthorn Back In Court, Claims Attorney 'Sold Me Down The River'Harold Henthorn, convicted of murdering his second wife in 2012, wants a new trial and says his former attorney did wrong by him as his counsel.
'Complete Scam On The U.S. Taxpayer': Feds Criticized Over Wild Horse Removals In Favor Of LivestockWild horse roundups and removals continue to face controversy following a weeks-long equine flu outbreak at a holding facility in Colorado killing more than 140 horses.
Colorado Health Officials Await CDC Confirmation On Presumptive Monkey Pox CaseThe young adult male sought care in the Denver metro area, and had recently traveled to Canada where there is an outbreak of monkeypox.
In Wake of Uvalde School Shooting, Colorado Latinos Impacted By LossThe word “Welcome” is bolted at the top of the school’s brick sign, and “Bienvenidos” at the bottom.
Camels In Colorado Provide Milk Alternative: 'It's Quite A Process'A Colorado dairy farmer is one of only two licensed camel milk producers in the country.
Tony Award Winning Musical 'Dear Evan Hansen' Returns To The Buell TheaterSix-time Tony Award-winning musical Dear Evan Hansen returns to the Temple Hoyne Buell Theater at the end of May.
Upcoming Denver Fashion Show Celebrates Pride MonthAn upcoming fashion show from Denver Arts and Venues is celebrating Pride month. It will include drag fashion and ready-to-wear designs from DCR studios. On CBS News Colorado, we talked to emcee DeMarcio about the upcoming event.
Colorado Doctor: Getting COVID Multiple Times May Become The NormCOVID-19 cases are on the rise again in Colorado. You’ve likely noticed more people around you are getting sick, or you may have even battled the virus yourself recently.