Trailer Boats Banned From Standley Lake IndefinitelyWestminster is banning trailer boats from Standley Lake indefinitely. That's because there are concerns about the threat of zebra and quagga mussels in the water.
Police Looking For Suspect In Attempt To Entice A ChildLakewood police investigators are investigating a suspicious man in a neighborhood near Warren Avenue and Warren Drive.
Colorado Music Hall Of Famer Excited For 'Multi-Purpose Monster' Concert VenueAfter more than 50 years in the music industry, Chuck Morris still remembers his first concert.
Couple With 100+ Instruments Donates To Students After CBS4 ReportMore than 100 instruments were donated to the Bringing Music to Life Instrument Drive on Tuesday.
Hello Betty Buckley: Broadway Legend Coming To Denver In 'Hello, Dolly!'The big Broadway musical "Hello, Dolly!" is coming to Denver and bringing legendary actress Betty Buckley with it. 
Supply Drive Helps Nebraska Flood VictimsColoradans who want to help the victims of the record-breaking flooding in Nebraska can do so by donating supplies.
CrossFit In Prison: Inmates Finding Strength, RedemptionIt may be the only CrossFit class where participants have to pass through a metal detector and get patted down to take part.
'You Have A Voice': Boy Gets Book Deal After Helping Repeal Snowball Fight LawAfter his efforts to lift a ban on throwing snowballs made national headlines last December, Dane Best’s success story is set to take bookshelves across the nation next week.
Scholarship Set Up To Honor Mother Killed In Christmas Eve CrashFlorquist spoke to CBS4 the same day Charlee’s father, Brett Shaw, announced the “Live Like Sancy, The Sancy Shaw Memorial Scholarship.”
City Seeking Out Group To Buy, Revamp Old Globeville ChurchThe City of Denver is looking to sell a prime piece of real estate, but it won’t become homes to a high rise or apartments.
'Not Going To Stop': Murder Victim's Family Continues Fight 3 Years LaterThe family of a man killed on his way to operate a snow plow three years ago on Monday is calling on anyone with information about his murder to come forward.
Back On Skis: A New Milestone For Injured Flight NurseJust in case you didn’t get the memo, Dave is marking off a return to yet another of the many activities he once owned as a super-fit Coloradan.
What To Look Forward To At The Denver Auto ShowHere's a sneak peek for auto geeks on what to expect at the Denver Auto Show running from Mar. 27-31 at the Colorado Convention Center.
'Ceiling Was Face Up:' Blizzard Rips Apart Colorado Family's HomeA family of four is devastated after a storm tore apart their home in El Paso County.
Nebraska Farmer Dies After Trying To Save Others In FloodwatersAt least one person has died and at least two others are missing in floodwaters that have swamped towns and farmland.
Businesses, Friends Unite In Honor Of Murder Victim Cristina WeirTwo Denver businesses are coming together in honor of a woman who was murdered inside her Five Points apartment.
Veterinarian Walks A Mile In Snow To Help Sick HorsesThis weeks's Bomb Cyclone, an unprecedented blizzard to hit Colorado, left many roads impassable. But that didn't stop one veterinarian from finding a way to get to his patients.
Instrument Drive Could Impact Students Lives For YearsThe Bringing Music to Life Instrument Drive is collecting donations for students at underfunded programs so they can also benefit from playing in band or orchestra at their schools.
'He Loved Being A Colorado State Trooper': Remembering Daniel GrovesTwo days after the storm that took his life, Colorado State Patrol Cpl. Daniel Groves was honored by his fellow state troopers.
'Together With Karen Leigh' Show, 3/15 & 3/17Watch this week's "Together With Karen Leigh" show in its entirety, and see a list of links from the show.
Take 'Never Drive Impaired' Pledge, Get $10 St. Patrick's Day Lyft CreditThis St. Patrick's Day weekend, groups around the Denver metro area are teaming up to make sure everyone gets home safe. The message is never drive impaired.
Vitalant: Blood Donations Needed After March BlizzardThere's an increased need for blood donors in Colorado after the March blizzard.
'Fire In The Streets' Looks Back At 1969 West High School WalkoutA new performance commemorates the 50th Anniversary of the West High School Walkouts and the Kitayama Carnation Strike
Trooper Daniel Groves's Death: Investigators Search For Witnesses To CrashGov. Jared Polis issued an order that flags across Colorado be lowered to half staff after the death of a 52-year-old corporal with the Colorado State Patrol.
Couple Stuck In Snow For 6 Hours After Dream Vacation Derailed By Bomb CycloneA couple from Colorado Springs made their way to Denver International Airport Wednesday morning before the blizzard set in, derailing their plans for a trip to New York City.
Xcel Energy: Colorado Blizzard's Dynamics 'Slowed Our Restoration'Around 85,000 people are still without power after Wednesday’s bomb cyclone storm, according to Xcel Energy.
What Goes Into School Districts Deciding Whether To Call For A Snow Day?Nicole Portee spent most of Tuesday on the phone, in meetings, and poring over forecasts.
'Feeling Lots Of Contractions': Expectant Parents Hope Bomb Cyclone Helps In Early DeliveryWhen the weather changes, many of us often say we "feel it in our bones."
More Donations 'Spark Joy,' But Goodwill Can't Take EverythingDoes the name Marie Kondo give you the urge to clean your closet?
Teenagers Find Career In Trail Stewardship ProgramJeffco Open Space is accepting applications for their Trail Stewardship Team.