Colorado Man Raising Money For Coronavirus Medical Supplies In ChinaA Colorado native, now living in Wuhan, China, is raising money to send 10,000 face masks to Chinese hospitals facing reported shortages of medical supplies due to the deadly coronavirus.
School Counselors Available Saturday After Tragic Death Of Marnee Kelley-MillsOfficials at Denver Public Schools say counselors will be available to parents and students following the death of Marnee Kelley-Mills.
Iraq War Veteran Says 'Big & Emotional Thank You' For Service LabradorThe burden for one Colorado veteran got a little lighter Saturday.
FBI Looking For 'Powder Puff Bandit'The FBI wants to find the man they call the Powder Puff Bandit.
Deputies Looking For Suspects In Trailhead Car BurglaryJefferson County Sheriff's deputies want to find whoever broke into a car and stole credit cards.
Be Warned: Puffer Week Starts Sunday In ColoradoThe Colorado Department of Public Safety says Colorado Puffer Week will start Sunday, Jan. 26.
Supportive Sticky Notes Line Golden High School Hallway After Call For HelpAn outpouring of responses, to a note scrawled on the wall of the girls bathroom "Is life worth all the bull****?" have been moved into the hallway at Golden High School. The display is meant to encourage others to express support or the need for some.
Missing Highlands Ranch Teen Parker Preisser Found DeadParker Preisser was last seen Thursday afternoon at Highlands Ranch High School.
Denver Animator Takes On Challenge Of Programming The Mile High TreeThe Mile High Tree is 110-feet tall, and animates in fun and sometimes unexpected ways. Andrew Spain makes that animation happen.
CDC Investigates Possible Case Of Coronavirus At St. Anthony Hospital In LakewoodHospitals across Colorado are taking extra precautions in response to the Coronavirus outbreak in China.
Do You Have Coronavirus, Or The Flu?With all of the news about Coronavirus out there, a number of sick folks are coming in wondering whether it’s possible they could have this new, potentially deadly virus.
Future Leaders Winner Shares Love Of EngineeringJanuary’s Future Leaders winner is Cassidy Cheesman, a senior at Centaurus High School In Lafayette.
'All Gender' Bathrooms Required At Denver Public SchoolsThe board, featuring a trio of union-backed candidates, started the meeting with several symbolic resolutions around LGBTQ+ equality, gun safety and teenagers gaining the right to vote.
Teens Hit The Streets To Spread 'Robbie's Hope' Mental Health MessageSponsored by Robbie’s Hope Foundation, the HOPEfull Drive will take place from Jan. 21 to Feb. 16 to raise awareness and to bolster the need for increased mental health resources in our communities.
Denver Rescue Mission Launches Peer Navigator ProgramThe Denver Rescue Mission has launched a new program that's meant to build relationships and trust with those living on the streets.
State Report Finds Hospital Profits & Cost Of Care Are RisingDespite being consistently ranked one of the healthiest states in the country, Coloradans face some of the highest health care costs.
Check Out The Denver Restaurant Week Menus NowThe menus for Denver Restaurant Week are now live.
How Much Should You Worry About Coronavirus?A new strain of a potentially deadly virus originating in China is spreading across the globe, including the first case now being reported in the United States.
Jason Kawaguchi Charged With Felony Theft, Accused Of Stealing SkisDetectives in Colorado's high county say a Boulder man is responsible for stealing 70 pairs of skis from Arapahoe Basin and other Colorado ski resorts last year.
Colorado Wildlife Officials Warn Anglers Of High-Priced, Fake Fishing LicensesThe Colorado Department of Wildlife issued a warning to anglers about buying fishing licenses on fraudulent websites.
Monet Exhibit Sold Out At Denver Art MuseumThe most comprehensive exhibition of Monet paintings in the U.S. is sold out at the Denver Art Museum.
Denver Restaurant Week Menus Will Be Released WednesdayDenver Restaurant Week kicks off on Feb. 21 and runs through March 1. The menus for Denver Restaurant Week will go live at noon on Wednesday.
Denver Zoo Raises $55,000 For Australia Bushfire Relief EffortsTen days after the Denver Zoo pledged to help wildlife rescue efforts in Australia, the zoo announced it raised $55,000 for the cause.
Carpooling Apps Aim To Ease I-70 Traffic, Facing Hurdles From StateOver the three-day Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, nearly 180,000 vehicles were expected to travel through the Eisenhower and Johnson Memorial Tunnels.
Stock Show Celebrates Black Cowboys On Martin Luther King Jr. DayThe National Western Stock Show was seen marching down Colfax Avenue Monday morning, but its celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life ended across town.
Denver Broncos Adam Gotsis Launches 'Green And Gold Unite' To Help Australia During WildfiresDenver Broncos defensive end Adam Gotsis is launching a new initiative for a cause close to his heart. It’s called “Green and Gold Unite” and it helps raise funds for those affected by devastating brush fires in his native country of Australia.
Denver Rescue Mission Meeting Basic Needs Of The HomelessCBS4 is partnered with the Denver Rescue Mission to Spread the Warmth this winter.
Residents & Bar In Denver Mixed-Use Building Face Noise Ordinance ConundrumThe city of Denver is it looking at revising its noise ordinances.
Brighton Police Warn Residents Of 'Capt. Gallin' Police ImpersonatorBrighton police say a man identified himself as a police officer named "Captain Gallin."
Aurora Apartment Complex Managers 'Concerned & Saddened' After Recent CrimeAurora police responded to a shooting early Saturday morning where one man, who intruded into someone's apartment, was critically injured.