'Together With Karen Leigh' Show, 4/19 & 4/21Watch this week's "Together With Karen Leigh" show in its entirety, and see a list of links from the show.
Benefit Honors Darcy Belanger, Charity To Continue His LegacyThe life and work of Denver man Darcy Belanger is being honored after his death. He was one of the 157 victims of the 737 Max 8 jet crash in Ethiopia in March.
Baby News: CBS4's Dominic Garcia Now Father To Elliot LuisThe baby boy was born April 19.
4 Things To Do This Weekend: Red Rocks Easter Sunrise Service, Copper Egg HuntNational Park Week kicks off this weekend! Saturday you can get into all Colorado national parks for free.
Clean River Design Challenge Focuses On Platte RiverThis year’s Clean River Design Challenge focuses on a section the Platte River adjacent to the REI building where an old Denver Water diversion gate has become a collection spot for trash and debris.
'Rachel's Challenge' Keeps Memory Of Teen Alive, Spreads Positive MessageThe family of Columbine High School junior Rachel Scott, who died at the hands of gunmen on April 20, 1999, took her death in the tragedy as an opportunity to help others.
'It's A Constant Battle': Boulder County Residents Concerned About Growing Prairie Dog PopulationThe prairie dogs are overrunning neighboring land and they’re destroying vegetation livestock in the area depend on, say some Boulder County residents.
See All The Events Surrounding Somber 20th Anniversary Of ColumbineSaturday marks 20 years since the Columbine High School shooting. There are several remembrance ceremonies planned to honor the victims and survivors of the tragedy.
'We Still Ask Ourselves Why?' Family, Law Enforcement Urge Drivers To Stay Sober On 4/20There’s a push to urge drivers in Colorado not to drive high on Saturday, April 20, more commonly referred to as 4/20, a date often celebrated by marijuana users.
'Starting To Look For Work': Job Fair Caters To Military VeteransReturning to civilian life after military service can be a tough transition for veterans. One job fair caters to veterans who are searching for the right career path.
A Day For Wednesday's Child: Thanks For Helping The Adoption ExchangeWe hope you were able to join CBS4 on Wednesday to give us a call to make a donation. If not, you can still help out by going to give.adoptex.org.
'Chick Cam' Showcases CSU Extension Programs, Promotes Poultry ProjectFor the second year in a row, Colorado State University Extension in Douglas County is sharing its “Chick Cam” with the world.
Wild Bird Rescue Turns To Community To Keep Doors OpenOne of the only wild bird rescues in the Denver metro area is in need of some help of their own. The Wild Bird Rescue and Rehab in Wheat Ridge is hosting a fundraiser so they can keep helping birds.
Wednesday’s Child Sits In On Studio C Session at KBCOCBS4’s friends at KBCO recently invited a Wednesday’s Child who loves music to sit in on a Studio C session.
Caring Adults Can Make A Huge Difference In A Child’s LifeFor children living in foster care finding a forever family can make all the difference in the world.
Adoption Breaks The Cycle of Abuse, Neglect For Some ChildrenCBS4 works with the Adoption Exchange promoting adoption for kids living in foster care, in an effort to better their lives.
Talking to Children About ViolenceGet tips for parents and teachers on talking about violence from the website National Association of School Psychologists.
Denver Zoo Welcomes Another Baby SlothThere is another sloth living at the Denver Zoo. The new sloth baby arrived last week.
'It's Like She Was Meant To Be Part Of Our Family': Adoption Can Be Healing For Everyone InvolvedA child who is adopted out of foster care is more likely to go to college and become self-sufficient, but adoption can also be healing for the parents.
Denver Voters Can Get Issue, Candidate Information Online This YearVoters in Denver can expect to find their ballots for next month's election in their mailboxes this week. Some big issues on the ballot include mayor, city council and two initiatives.
Some Chewy Chips Ahoy! Cookies Recalled Due To 'Unexpected' IngredientThe maker of Chewy Chips Ahoy! cookies is voluntarily recalling some of its products because of a "solidified ingredient" that could cause some people to get sick.
Check Out The Plans For The 16th Street MallDenver is moving forward with plans to revamp the 16th Street Mall.
Colorado Cheerleaders Represent USA In International CompetitionA team of cheerleaders in Colorado will represent the USA in an international competition.
Colorado Law Enforcement Compete For Votes In Lip Sync Video SpecialTwo Colorado law enforcement agencies are up for national recognition for their community outreach videos.
Home On The Range: Nearly 2 Dozen Bison Calves ExpectedSpring is in the air, and that means Coloradans are spotting bison calves across the Denver metro area.
Students, Former Regents Protest Finalist For CU's Next PresidentThe University Of Colorado Board Of Regents unanimously named Mark Kennedy as sole finalist for president.
Winter Fitness Program Added To Red Rocks EventsThe City of Denver is adding another fitness program to Red Rocks this year.
CDOT Thanks Drivers After I-70 Weekend ClosureThe Colorado Department of Transportation is thanking drivers for their patience in the Interstate 70 weekend closure as part of the Central 70 Project.
50 Free Concerts: Denver's Levitt Pavilion Releases Summer ScheduleThere will be 50 free concerts in Denver's Ruby Hill Park this summer.
Survey: Share Your Feedback On The Broadway/Lincoln Corridor Construction ProjectTake this short Conceptual Design Survey about multimodal improvements planned for Broadway.