Huge 'Home Sweet Montbello' Art Project Has People TalkingLocated at the corner of Peoria Boulevard and Andrews Drive you can find a mural that’s longer than a football field called “Home Sweet Montbello."
Patrick Frazee Sentenced To Life Plus 156 Years For Murder Of Kelsey Berreth, Prosecution Calls It 'A Sweet Day'Patrick Frazee was sentenced to life in prison plus 156 years Monday for the murder of Kelsey Berreth.
Top 5 Most Livable Mid-Sized Cities Of 2019 Are All In ColoradoColorado is home to the top five most livable and affordable mid-sized cities in the U.S., according to Personal finance website SmartAsset.
State Officials Unveil Initial Canadian Drug Importation PlanColorado could become one of the first states to import cheaper prescription drugs from Canada.
Borgos Brothers Create 'Elves R Us,' Donate To CharitiesA group of young boys in Aurora have started their own business this holiday season with the goal of giving back to those in need.
Dirty Needles Found Near Popular Bike Path In DenverPeople walking along the Cherry Creek Trail can see the evidence- dirty syringes tossed on the ground.
Traffic Crash Victims Honored As Deaths On Denver Roads Rise Higher Than 2018There are still six weeks left in 2019, but the number of traffic deaths in Denver is already higher than in 2018. The Denver Streets Partnership and the City of Denver organized a candlelight vigil for World Day of Remembrance at Civic Center Park.
Colorado 4th Graders Get A Free Permit To Cut Down A Christmas TreeFourth graders in Colorado can get a free permit to cut down a Christmas tree thanks to a program through the U.S. Forest Service. Permits for everyone who is not in 4th grade are $20 per tree.
4 Colorado Ski Areas Nominated As Best In North AmericaFour Colorado ski areas are nominated to be among the 20 best ski areas in North America.
Homeless Outreach Groups 'Fill In The Gap' With Holiday DinnersThe Denver Rescue Mission distributes 15,000 turkeys to those experiencing homelessness each year around the holidays.
'Look At All These Women': Solar Panel Installation Encourages Women In Technical FieldsMore than 100 women from around the country got a look at the rapidly growing clean energy industry.
DU Athletics Kicks Off Toy Collection With Teddy Bear TossThe DU Cheer Squad is asking hockey fans to bring a new Teddy bear to toss on the ice during the game against North Dakota.
Thanksgiving Meal Project Grows From Tiffany Fisher's Home To Help Hundreds Of FamiliesThe Thanksgiving Meal Project has a goal of serving more than 700 meals this Thanksgiving holiday. It started more than a decade ago when one woman set out to help her neighbors.
Palisade High School To Reopen Monday After Widespead IllnessOfficials hope to reopen a high school in western Colorado Monday after 300 students came down with an illness.
Montgomery To Thank Supporters Monday After Coffman Declares Victory In Aurora Mayoral RaceAurora mayoral candidate Omar Montgomery has yet to officially concede after former congressman Mike Coffman declared victory in the race.
'I Thought It Was The Best Day Care': Mother Reacts To False Wall At Colorado Springs Day CareA mother tells CBS4 she could never understand why her child suddenly didn't want to return to Play Mountain Place in Colorado Springs.
Cable Contractors Will Not Face Charges In Deadly Explosion At Heather Gardens In AuroraAurora Fire Rescue confirms no charges will be brought against Comcast and its contractors, one year after a deadly explosion at an Aurora retirement home.
Scholarship Set Up By Baseball Umpires Offers Adopted Teen Life-Changing OpportunityA Colorado teen adopted later in life is now on the path to success thanks to a scholarship set up by Major League Baseball umpires.
2020 Census Getting Set To Hire People In ColoradoAhead of the 2020 United States Census, the government is working to hire temporary employees in Denver.
Weld County Commissioner Scott James Wants To Ride A Ferris Wheel For 51 Hours In A RowA Weld County Commissioner is trying to break his own world record by heading to the carnival. In 2017, Scott James rode a ferris wheel for 50 hours in a row.
Suicide Prevention Takes Center Court At Foundation Game Between Arapahoe, Regis High SchoolsIt was a game that changed Marley Delaney’s life. The game where Arapahoe and Regis high schools took to the court to play against each other, but they were actually on the same side.
Palisade High School Closes Early After 300 Students Become SickOfficials with Mesa County Valley School District 51 said Palisade High School will be closed Friday so crews can clean the campus.
Salida Police Issue Warrant For False Reporting For Curtis William WhiteThe Salida Police Department is asking for help locating a suspect accused of false reporting in a case that ended with a homeowner's dog shot by police.
Lyft To Add 200 Long-Range Electric Vehicles In Denver Next MonthLyft is bringing 200 long-range electric rideshare vehicles to Denver as part of its Express Drive program.
Actor/Comedian John Leguizamo Brings His One-Man Show To Denver“Latin History for Morons” is John Leguizamo’s one-man show that will make you laugh and learn at the same time.
State Of Recycling Report Shows Colorado Still Has A Ways To GoGov. Jared Polis will sign an official proclamation on Friday afternoon marking Colorado Recycles Week.
Denver Art Museum Celebrates French Impressionist Claude Monet’s 179th BirthdayFrench impressionist Claude Monet was born in Paris on Nov. 14, 1840, and the Denver Art Museum is hosting special events Thursday to celebrate.
Grand Jury: Colorado Springs Officers Justified In Shooting Death Of De'Von BaileyDistrict Attorney Dan May made the announcement Wednesday.
'This Was Always Designed For That': 230 Acre Farm In Westminster To Be DevelopedOne of the last remaining large undeveloped plots of land in the Denver metro area could soon be home to 2,300 homes and businesses.
Rockley’s Music Center To Close After 73 Years In LakewoodRockley’s Music Center announced they are closing their doors after 73 years in business.