Frisco Community Remembers Deadly Flight For Life CrashThe community in Frisco is remembering a Flight for Life pilot killed in a crash one year ago. Two nurses on board were injured.
Liquor Sales In Grocery Stores Pulled From November BallotA referendum to put full-strength alcohol on grocery store shelves will no longer be on November’s ballot.
Firefighters Save Dog From Burning HomeFirefighters in Denver saved a golden retriever from a burning home on Friday.
SWAT Moves In On Trump Protesters, Some ArrestedLaw enforcement worked to control protesters in downtown Denver outside a conference featuring Donald Trump on Friday. Three people were arrested after clashes between protesters and supporters.
City Park Pond Turns Green With AlgaeThe pond in City Park has turned green with algae but city officials say it's not dangerous.
Trump's 'Colorado Problem'Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump spoke at the Western Conservative Summit at the Colorado Convention Center on Friday. He touched on many topics ranging from guns to borders but some say he missed his opportunity in Colorado.
Hail Hits Douglas County, Damages VehiclesA strong hail storm swept through Douglas County on Friday afternoon, destroying some cars and causing other damage to the area.
Two Colorado Teens Win Scholarships For ActingTwo Colorado teens participated in the National High School Musical Awards and won scholarship money.
Attorney General In Aspen, Answers Questions About Bill ClintonAttorney General Loretta Lynch was in Aspen on Friday where she addressed her meeting with former President Bill Clinton.
Hit & Run Victim Asks Driver To Come ForwardThe family of a woman seriously injured by a hit-and-run driver is asking the suspect to come forward.
Mystery Solved: Parking Enforcer's Discipline ExplainedDenver’s top parking enforcer was suspended with pay, then issued a written reprimand for the way he handled the job application process for a convicted sex offender. That new information comes from a disciplinary letter obtained by CBS4.
Gay Talese Will Promote New Book, Backs Off Earlier CommentsA day after saying the credibility of his upcoming book, "The Voyeur's Motel," was "down the toilet" because he felt he had been deceived by the story's primary source, the celebrated author and journalist said he will be promoting it.
Former Cab Driver Sentenced In Sex Assault CaseA former cab driver convicted of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a woman in the early morning hours of Christmas Eve 2014 was sentenced to at least 30 years in prison.
Forest Service: Beaver Creek Fire Could Burn Until OctoberThe Forest Service says the Beaver Creek Fire burning in Northern Colorado near the Wyoming state line may not be under control until mid-October.
Sketch Artist Gives Holocaust Survivor Image Of His MotherA Holocaust survivor now has an image to remember his mother by thanks to a detective at the Boulder County Sheriff's Office.
Still No Match From DNA Results Of Eldora RemainsAuthorities have not found a match after DNA results were returned from human remains found inside a snow boot at a Colorado ski resort.
Police: Driver Ran Stop Sign, Caused Deadly CollisionBrighton police say a driver ran a stop sign on Friday morning which caused a deadly collision.
Records: Trump Used Charity Cash For Tim Tebow MemorabiliaDonald Trump used money from his own charity to purchase an autographed Tim Tebow helmet and a jersey four years ago during a charity auction for the Susan J. Komen Foundation, The Washington Post reported Friday.
Funeral Services For 5 Killed In Amtrak Van CrashFuneral services are being held Friday for five people killed when their van was hit by an Amtrak train.
Investigators: Federal Lab Worker Intentionally Tainted Test ResultsA worker at a federal laboratory in Colorado intentionally manipulated test results for years, possibly tainting research that includes toxic metals in the Everglades, uranium near the Grand Canyon and coal in Afghanistan, investigators say.
Flash Flood Watches Issued As Monsoon Arrives In ColoradoA watch means that there is the potential for heavy rain to develop and to pay attention to the forecast.
Johnson & Wales University Bans Smoking On CampusThe ban began Friday on smoking, along with the use of chewing tobacco and electronic cigarettes.
Thousands Expected For Trump Visit, Security At Its HighestDonald Trump is set to speak at this year’s Western Conservative Summit being held at the Colorado Convention Center through the weekend.
2 Brothers Dead After Altercation Leads To Deputy-Involved ShootingTwo men were killed after an altercation led to a deputy-involved shooting in Park County.
Neighbors Unsettled After Fatal Shooting In Capitol HillA man was shot and killed outside a McDonald's Thursday night as witnesses watched from a popular bar in Denver's Capitol Hill neighborhood.
City Used Homeless Donations To Assist With Homeless SweepA CBS4 Investigation has found that the City of Denver used thousands of dollars in public donations intended to help Denver’s homeless with food, shelter and counseling to instead pay costs associated with a sweep of the homeless population out of Denver’s Ballpark neighborhood in March.
Proposed Changes To DIA Could Move TSA Screening To Level 6Proposed changes to Denver International Airport include a relocation of TSA screening from the open space in the Jeppesen Terminal to level 6.
Some Aurora Theater Shooting Victims Asked To Pay Court CostsSome victims of the Aurora theater shooting have been asked to pick up the tab for nearly $700,000 in court costs to Cinemark.
Firefighters Prepare For Mountain WildfiresFirefighters in Summit County prepared for wildfires in the rough, mountain terrain with a training exercise on Thursday.
Beaver Creek Fire Grows To 13,275 AcresThe Beaver Creek Fire burning in Northern Colorado near the Wyoming state line has grown to 13,275 acres but fire crews say it hasn't burned with the intensity as seen in days prior.