Young Runner Evades Suspected Abductor In Jefferson CountyJefferson County authorities want to find the man who tried to abduct a high school athlete in broad daylight. It happened around 4 p.m. on Monday.
'Colorado Free Application Day$' To Give College Seekers A Boost This WeekThe fourth annual Colorado Free Application Day campaign is changing to a multi-day event called Colorado Free Application Days.
Gov. Jared Polis Receives Flu Shot, Urges Others To Keep Hospitals From Filling UpGov. Jared Polis says the high number of COVID-19 hospitalizations and cases is another reason to get your flu shot now.
Latino Community Across Colorado Prepares To Celebrate Día De Los MuertosDozens of people came together at the Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales Library on Oct. 16 for a Día de Los Muertos event.
Colfax Marathon Returns To The Streets After PandemicThe Colfax Marathon and Half Marathon are back on the streets after a year and a half due to the pandemic.
Want A Pet? Foothills Animal Shelter Offering 50% Off Adoption Fees This WeekendFoothills Animal Shelter in Golden is at a high capacity, with more than 100 adoptable animals looking for forever homes.
'Crush The Crisis' Drug Take Back Coming Up Oct. 23The National Drug Take Back Day is coming up on Saturday Oct. 23. HealthONE hospitals are once again taking part in the nationwide event by hosting its own 'Crush the Crisis' event. Five hospitals will be accepting unused or expired prescription medications for safe disposal.
For Latinos In Colorado, Identity Shouldn't Be Boiled Down To 1 LabelHispanic Heritage Month is a chance to reflect on the successes of the Latino community and acknowledge what struggles still remain for families in Colorado.
Denver Center For The Performing Arts Needs Volunteers As Curtain Calls ApproachAs the Denver Center for the Performing Arts prepares for their full return to the stage, hundreds of volunteers are needed to make show night once again a reality.
COVID Vaccine Trials Set To Begin For Children As Young As 6 MonthsA new phase of COVID-19 vaccine trials is set to begin for children as young as six months by the end of October.
What Does It Take To Design A Penguin Habitat? Builder Talks About New Denver Zoo ExhibitThe Denver Zoo’s African penguins have a brand-new home. The Pinnacol African Penguin Point opened in September, replacing the old exhibit at Bird World. On CBSN Denver, we talked to Vertix Builders, who helped bring this new habitat to life.
Tour The Denver Art Museum's New Welcome Center, Renovated GalleriesThe Denver Art Museum will open its newly unified campus featuring a welcome center and renovations to the Martin Building next week after completing the $150 million expansion project.
Businesses Preparing To Hire This Holiday SeasonSome companies are getting ready for the holiday season with hiring events in the Denver metro area. Bass Pro, Cabela's, King Soopers and Cabela's are among those businesses.
Denver Zoo Named No. 1 Zoo In The Nation By Bio ExplorerThe Denver Zoo is celebrating some top honors. The zoo was named the number one zoo in the country by Bio Explorer.
Domestic Violence Investigator In Denver Helping 'Springboard' Cases Against AbusersIn Denver domestic violence cases are on the rise.
Colorado Families Share Process Of How New Legal 'Green Funerals' WorkInterest continues to grow in alternative options for families looking to leave their loved ones at peace with the earth in an environmentally conscious method.
World Stroke Day Is Oct. 29: Know The Signs And SymptomsWorld Stroke Day is coming up on October 29th. Stroke is the fifth-leading cause of death in America. Despite that, only about half of Americans can name a single sign or symptom of a stroke.
At Least 82 People In Colorado Got Sick Due To Salmonella Outbreak Tied To SeafoodA salmonella outbreak tied to seafood that Denver-based Northeast Seafood Products Inc. processed or manufactured has sickened at least 82 Coloradans in 14 counties.
Denver International Airport Looking For 'Creative' Ways To Avoid Parking ProblemsDenver International Airport officials say they are looking for ways to avoid another parking problem like the one they faced over the weekend.
Denver Conducts Public Test Of Election Equipment Ahead Of November ElectionDenver election officials conducted a public test of its voting equipment on Monday ahead of the Nov. 2 election.
Young Group Of Coloradans Create App Called Chamba To Help Latinos Find Work In ColoradoData from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment shows that from September 2020 to August 2021, Latinos in Colorado had an unemployment rate of 7.2%, which is higher than the national average.
Artists Bring Disability Awareness To Life In New RiNo MuralA pair of artists proudly unveiled their new mural on Saturday morning to a captivated crowd.
Northglenn Community Hosts Resource Fair For Afghan Refugees: 'It Takes Human Touch'On Saturday, several community members in Northglenn came together to provide resources to the Afghan refugees who recently arrived in Colorado.
Parking Problems Plague Denver International Airport On SaturdayFor much of Saturday, Denver International Airport reported nearly-full parking lots.
Colorado Army Veteran Greets His Afghanistan Interpreter At Denver International AirportAfghan interpreter Ahmad Siddiqi and his family arrived at Denver International Airport and were greeted by an Army veteran who Siddiqi helped during the war.
Centennial Woman Critically Injured, Shot In Head With Bullet That Came From Apartment Next DoorThe 27-year-old was in her apartment in Centennial with her fiancé when she was shot in the head with a bullet that came from a gun that went off in the apartment next door.
2021 Denver Election: Ballots To Be Sent Out To Voters Starting FridayResidents in Denver should be getting their November election ballots in the mail soon.
'A Lot Of Peer Pressure To Start Fighting': Fort Collins Police Concerned About Teen Fight ClubsFort Collins Police Services is concerned about a new trend they have seen recently: teens fighting in local parks. This outbreak of fisticuffs doesn't seem to be spontaneous. They are organized events police say play out on social media.
Colorado Ballet Brings A Classic To Life On Stage -- GiselleThe Colorado Ballet is back on stage for the first time in 19-months with the hauntingly, beautiful “Giselle.”
City Wants To Know What You Think About The Bus Rapid Transit Project Along East Colfax AvenueThe Bus Rapid Transit project is taking place along a 5.5 mile stretch of East Colfax Avenue, from Broadway to Yosemite.