Latest Colorado News Stories

'Robbie's Hope' Campaign Having Bigger Impact Than ExpectedThey came together to raise awareness about teen suicide, and they ended up raising a lot of money too.
Back-Breaking Crash Not Slowing Colorado Skier With Thirst For MoreWhen Trevor Kennison launched himself off of Corbet’s Couloir at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, he never knew the impact it would have.
Dog Poop Fight Leads To Hostile Sign: 'It's A Direct Threat'A Denver homeowner is P.O.’d about dog poop left in her front yard, and she’s put her frustration on display.
Equal Pay, Equal Work Bill Drawing Debate About Whether It Will Help WomenA Highlands Ranch woman is fighting to pass an equal pay for equal work bill after she says she was paid less than the men she supervised. 
PopSockets Creator Could Put Company Up For IPOThe popular smartphone accessories were created by a University of Colorado Boulder professor.
VA Readiness Initiative Pushes For Better Care For Colorado VeteransAt the American Legion in Denver, veterans like Terri Clinton shared war stories, not of enemy battle but battles at home.
Michael Goerne Remembered At Aspen High School After Avalanche DeathTwo Roaring Fork Valley men, Owen Green, 27, of Aspen, and Michael Goerne, 37, of Carbondale, are being remembered after they died Saturday in an avalanche near Crested Butte.
Denver High School Jazz Band Nominated (Again) As One Of The BestFor the fourth time in school history, the jazz band at Denver School of the Arts (DSA) was nominated as one of the 15 best high school jazz bands in the nation.
Court Update: Patrick Frazee's Lover Was Told To Drug Kelsey Berreth's CoffeeThe woman who pleaded guilty to hiding evidence in the Kelsey Berreth murder investigation said that Patrick Frazee, who has been charged with his fiancee's murder, said Patrick told her to kill Berreth.
'Don't Play With Fireworks': Surgeons Save Man's Hand Blasted By Firework MortarA father of three from Pueblo West is thanking a surgical team at Swedish Medical Center for saving his right hand.
Former RTD Driver Charged With Train Derailment Now Faces ChargesAurora police announced it filed nine charges against an RTD driver accused of causing the R Line train to derail.
Deputies Rescue Puppies From Outside Pen In Freezing WeatherThe owner told deputies he was keeping the puppies outside because he no longer had room to care for them inside.
New Program Will Help Low-Level Offenders With Community ServicesDenver city officials are working on a new program, Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion, to help prevent crime that actually decriminalizes some forms of low-level crime.
$15/Hour Minimum Wage Proposed For Denver City WorkersA proposal to raise the minimum wage to $15/hour for Denver city workers was heard on Tuesday afternoon.
Off-Duty Firefighter Saves Boy From Burning Home Without Any GearAn off-duty Platte Canyon firefighter is being hailed a hero for rushing into a burning home to save a child.
Police Department Warns Of Possible Impersonator Pulling Drivers OverThe Fort Collins Police Services wants people to be aware of a possible police impersonator.
Family Raising Money For Toddler Who Died In Her Car SeatThe family of a toddler who died in her car seat hopes to raise enough money for her funeral.
Catholic Dioceses In Colorado To Pay Reparations To Sex Abuse VictimsThe Catholic diocese in Colorado will submit to a voluntary abuse review. The church will also pay reparations to victims.
Marcus Johnson In Court, Accused In T.J. Cunningham Murder Over Parking SpaceMarcus Johnson, the man accused of shooting and killing T.J. "Anthony" Cunningham, a former CU Buffaloes player and an administrator in the Aurora Public Schools system, appeared in court Tuesday morning.
Patrick Frazee Appears In Court For Murder Of Fiancée Kelsey BerrethPatrick Frazee, the man charged with murder and solicitation to commit murder in the death of his missing fiancee Kelsey Berreth, appeared in court on Tuesday.
Tiny Home Village Could Have Permanent LocationA village of tiny houses could soon have a permanent home. Right now, the village has to move because of zoning laws.
Denver Weather: Another Day In The Deep Freeze Plus More SnowTemperatures in the Denver area have been stuck in the single digits, teens, and 20s since Saturday afternoon. Nothing will change on Tuesday with nearly the entire state of Colorado staying in the deep freeze.
DIA Great Hall Project To Take Extra 10 Months Due To Concrete ConcernsThe Denver International Airport terminal renovation, the “Great Hall Project,” will take well beyond its original three-and-a-half year timeline to complete due to concrete concerns.
T.J. Cunningham, Former CU Buffaloes Player, Dies After Parking Dispute ShootingT.J. "Anthony" Cunningham, a former CU Buffaloes player and an administrator in the Aurora Public Schools system, has died after police say he was shot by his neighbor.
Know An Unsung Hero In Jefferson County? Group Wants To Honor ThemDo you know someone who is doing good in the community but not getting any recognition? If they're in Jefferson County, there's a group that wants to hear from you. They're taking nominations for this year's Jeffco Good News Breakfast.
Wheat Ridge Police 'Instill Some Good,' Hand Out Special Coins To Lawful CitizensThe hobby of coin collecting has taken on a new meaning in the City of Wheat Ridge.
Aurora Police & Preferential Treatment: Drunk Driver Driven Home After Claiming To Know ChiefA CBS4 Investigation has found an Aurora police officer pulled over a drunk woman, but after she indicated she was friends with the police chief the officer turned off his body camera and gave the woman a ride home.
Electric Car Drivers Experience Big Drain During Frigid TemperaturesIf you're spending more time at electric vehicle charging stations during the winter, you're not alone. A new study by Triple A found these vehicles have limitations in winter weather.
Battling 'Nature Deficit Disorder': Colorado Nonprofit Gets Urban Students OutdoorsIn an effort to expose inner-city students to Colorado’s nature, Environmental Learning for Kids made it their mission to take students out on field trips around the state.
Teen Thanks Doctors, Nurses Who Saved His Life After CrashA teenager wanted to deliver a very special thank you message to the people who saved his life.