New Colorado Law Gives Sex Abuse Survivors New Option In CourtThe first civil case has been filed under a Colorado law that took effect on the Jan. 1, 2022 allowing survivors can sue alleged perpetrators for cases going back to 1960.
Following Rollercoaster Of A Week, What's Next For Adams 14 Schools?In one week, the Adams 14 School Board voted to fire its private management company over allegations of misuse of taxpayer money and the Colorado School Board voted to conduct an independent review of Adams 14.
'We're Learning From Their Pain': Front Range Homeowners Examine Insurance Following Marshall FireLike Coloradans across the state, Denver resident Sara Henry watched the flames of the Marshall Fire tear through Boulder County subdivisions.
'Dead Hydrants' Hampered Firefighters At Marshall FireAt the height of the Marshall fire, some fire crews on the front lines, trying to get water on to burning houses, ran into a nightmarish scenario.
New Video Appears To Show Start Of Marshall FireJack Pommer noticed a small grass fire developing on a spit of land near the intersection of Highway 93 and Marshall Road.
Scott McCoy, Denver International Airport's Top Lawyer, Resigns Following Slapping IncidentDIA's top lawyer has submitted his resignation two days after he slapped a subordinate at a December holiday party for airport executives.
Ransomware Attack Impacting Denver Payroll ProcessCBS4 has learned that the City of Denver is addressing a ransomware attack on a cloud-based payroll system that has forced the City to enact contingency payroll plans.
Woman Left For Dead In Northglenn Hit-And-Run, Police Need Help Tracking Down The Suspect DriverA Westminster woman is searching for answers after a hit-and-run in Northglenn left her severely injured, hardly able to eat or walk.
Amid Drought, Snowmaking Operations Statewide Use About 2.2 Billion Gallons Of Water, But It's Just A Drop In The Bucket Compared To Other IndustriesWith the abnormally dry, warmer weather this year, some ski areas have really felt the pinch. 
'This Was Pretty Stupid': Colorado Suspect James Harrelson Confesses to Keying Tesla, Car's Cameras Captured VandalismOne of two suspects suspected of "keying" a Tesla in September and causing $7,000 damage confessed Tuesday to CBS4.
Colorado Unemployment Claimants Continue To Struggle, Question Gov. Polis, CDLE PrioritiesEverett Wilson says it weren't for being able to live his daughter, he would be homeless.