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Visit National Parks Free During National Park Week
This weekend everybody can enjoy the great outdoors for free.
Shooting Victim's Murder Unsolved, Police Search For Gunman
Police need the public's help tracking down a gunman who shot a man to death outside a home earlier this month.
KBCO Celebrates Record Store Day With Studio C Vinyl Release
The KBCO Studio C tradition is back, and this year the radio station is releasing a full length vinyl LP from the live performance studio.
Star Wars Fans In Colorado, Nation Help Latest Trailer Go Viral
Star Wars fans all over Colorado and the world say the latest trailer to the new film is out of this world.
5 Things Broncos Fans Might Not Know About Safety T.J. Ward
A year ago the Broncos acquired safety T.J. Ward in free agency. Since then, Ward has shown himself to be a keeper with his actions on an off the field.
Frustrated Home Buyers & Sellers Finding Problems With Accuracy On Zillow
For people who are buying homes along the Front Range the search is now even more difficult because one of the biggest home listing sites no longer has the most up-to-date information.
Job Fair Aims To Connect Colorado Vets, Spouses With Businesses
A job fair connecting Colorado veterans with approximately 75 businesses will be held at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Thursday.
2015 'One Book 4 Colorado' Kicks Off With New Book
The state announced its pick for the One Book 4 Colorado campaign on Monday.
Churches Pull Together To Offer Support To Those Hurting In Longmont
A number of churches in Longmont are pulling together to offer support after several violent attacks in the normally quiet town last month.
Lego Brings America's Most Famous Buildings To Colorado
The LEGO Americana Roadshow is bringing some of America's most famous buildings and landmarks to Colorado-- all made from LEGOs. The "Building Across America" exhibit is at the Park Meadows Mall.
Rockies Fans Get Free Stuff, Theme Games This Season
This years Rockies fans can get more than just a great ballgame at Coors Field this season. This year the team is giving away free stuff to the first fans in the gates.
Wounded Warrior Project Brings New Truck To Life
Hundreds of cars and trucks fill the Colorado Convention Center at this year's Denver Auto Show but one is a little different than most.
Hot New Trend In Physical Therapy Is Freezing Cold
Eager to return to an active lifestyle, former rugby player Ian Wallace turned to the hottest new medical trend -- an ice-cold treatment called cryotherapy.
Man With Gun Walks Into Sonic, Threatens Employee
Police in Thornton are searching for a man who tried to rob a Sonic fast food restaurant but only threatened an employee with a gun before he ran away.
Cassius Clay Takes Center Stage In 'One Night In Miami'
The new play One Night in Miami is a relatively new play set the night Cassius Clay won the heavyweight championship of the world. The show remains relevant even though it takes place 50 years ago.
Friends Of Horses Rescue & Adoption Wine Sip And Silent Auction
You will have a relaxing evening with good company, while enjoying some exceptional wines. Whether you are new to the ranch, or an old-timer, we would love to see you! All proceeds benefit Friends of Horses Rescue and Adoption.
A Day For Wednesday's Child Raises More Than $80,000
CBS4 would like to thank everyone who helped The Adoption Exchange during A Day For Wednesday's Child.
Adopted Teen Becomes Advocate For Adoption
The Adoption Exchange works to get loving homes for children living in foster care. They found a family for one child and now growing up to be an advocate for adoption.
Ambitious Project Will Revamp Most Of The Denver Zoo
The zoo says it is need of many major upgrades. It wants to add more than 30 new buildings without growing past its current 80 acre footprint in City Park.
"A Day for Wednesday’s Child" will be broadcast WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8th throughout the day during each of CBS4's newscasts beginning at 4:30 a.m. and running through the 10 p.m. newscast.
Hundreds Are Helping, But City Could Use More Foster Parents
Children in foster care in Denver are involved in a great deal of transition, and foster families provide critical support during a tough time.
Former Foster Youth Among 2% Who Succeed
Every year nearly 500 teens “age out” of the foster care system, and only 2 percent of those kids will graduate from college.
'One Night In Miami' Examines History In Moment In Time
The new play by Kemp Powers, One Night in Miami, takes a real moment in time to look at how four men describe what it means to be black in America.
Police Search For Stolen Rare Skateboard, Thieves
Police in Denver want to track down the thieves who stole a rare skateboard.
Report Abuse With Colorado Child Abuse Hotline
Colorado officially launched a statewide hotline to increase reporting of suspected cases of child abuse and neglect.
Wildfire Readiness: 'The Best Defense Is A Good Offense'
The Colorado State Forest Service is reminding landowners that there's no better time than now to prepare homes for wildfire with Colorado's snowpack at 65 percent of average.
High School Athlete With Liver Disease Gets Support From His Opponents
Through competitive sports, 18-year-old Zacc Winn finds an outlet for the pain and frustration of his liver disease. In addition to starring on his high school's basketball team in New Raymer, Winn participates in track and field.
Colorado Pastor Meets Man Who Saved His Life In Tanker Explosion
Thousands of dollars have been raised for a Colorado pastor who was hurt in a fiery crash north of Oklahoma City.
Facebook App Developed At CU Lets Users Get Their DNA Analyzed
Researchers at the University of Colorado in Boulder have developed a Facebook app to recruit people for a massive study on genetics based out of the University of Michigan.
CDOT Begins Nightly Closures Of I-70 At The Eisenhower Tunnel
The Colorado Department of Transportation has begun closing Interstate 70 as workers start to install a $25 million fire suppression system in the Eisenhower-Johnson Memorial Tunnels.
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