Denver And Colorado News

Valor Bridge Helps Give Veterans Tools To Transition Back Into Civilian LifeA Denver nonprofit is setting Colorado veterans up for success by giving them the tools to transition back into civilian life.
Rock N' Roll Half Marathon, 5K Causes Road Closures This WeekendThe Rock n' Roll races are happening in Denver this weekend.
US Backs Off Plan For Drilling On Land Where Rare Bird LivesThe Trump administration is canceling plans to sell oil and gas drilling rights on public land in Colorado where an imperiled Western bird lives.
Students Who Pursue Teaching Careers Promised Guaranteed Admission From Colorado UniversitiesWhen you talk to Colorado teachers, they’ll admit they need help. There are reportedly 3,000 job vacancies waiting to be filled in the state.
Couple Celebrates New Baby At Swedish Medical Center Where They Were BornA Colorado couple is keeping a family tradition alive of making Swedish Medical Center their birthplace.
Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg Says GoodbyeDenver Public Schools superintendent Tom Boasberg finished up his final day at DPS on Friday.
Highlands Ranch Latest To Be Hit By Smash & Grab ThievesThe smash-and-grab burglaries have reached Highlands Ranch. The owner of Abo's Pizza said that this is the second break-in in the past week.
Reality Check: Democrats Launch Brauchler Attack AdCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd gives a new ad attacking George Brauchler a Reality Check.
Teacher Placed On Leave After Allegedly Taping Student To ChairAn Evans middle school teacher is on administrative leave after she allegedly taped one of her students to a chair.
'Together With Karen Leigh' Show, 10/19 & 10/21
Walden Harnesses The Power Of The Sun With Floating Solar PanelsOne small Colorado town is harnessing the power of the sun in a unique way, with floating solar panels.
Trump Wants To Cut Red Tape, Hasten Water Projects In WestPresident Donald Trump on Friday ordered the government to speed up environmental reviews and streamline regulations that he says are hindering work on major water projects in the Western United States.