Winter Ticks Making Colorado Moose Weak & SickTicks seem to be unusually bad this year, and a particularly nasty little bug is taking aim at Colorado's moose populations in Summit County.
Hail Storm Harms More Than Just Property; It Killed FishA big hail storm on June 13 not only damaged cars and homes in El Paso County, but it also harmed wildlife.
Viral Photo: Man Didn't Want Wife To Take Picture Alone With Jason Momoa"I told my husband I wanted a picture alone with Jason Momoa, but he wasn't comfortable with that," the Reddit user wrote.
Refugee Rally Held At Capitol As POTUS Reverses Separation PolicyAs President Donald Trump reversed course on a policy requiring families to be separated at the border, hundreds of Coloradans came together for refugees.
Ballot Initiative Puts Tax Increase Toward Higher EducationThere's a push to get an initiative on the ballot in Denver that would increase sales taxes to help fund higher education.
'Rock Your Routine' Gets People Out Of Their RutOne of the best ways to break out of your exercise rut is to change it up and do something different. UCHealth and the Colorado Rockies are trying to do just that with the "Rock Your Routine" celebration.
Insurance Claims Pile Up After Damaging Hail StormsWith severe weather season in Colorado, there often comes damage and insurance claims.
Get Your Hands Dirty, Help Unlock Secrets Of Ancient CivilizationsThe public can help archaeologists uncover artifacts dating back 7,000 years in the foothills near Denver.
Teen Behind Inclusive Rec Center Vision RememberedThe 16-year-old who had a vision of those living with disabilities working out alongside those who are able-bodied, is being remembered for his remarkable determination.
Survey Finds Colorado Has The Best Overall Individual IndependenceA recent survey by WalletHub found Colorado takes the top spot for individual independence.
San Juan National Forest To Re-Open After Fire Danger EndsA sprawling forest closed because of extreme fire danger in southwestern Colorado will re-open Thursday after getting steady rain.
Colorado Makes List Of 8 Tiny House Hotels With Big PersonalitiesGuests, however, don't only come to this tranquil resort for the views. They also come for a peek into a way of living that's simple, enchanting and very small.
'No Policy Violations': DPD Completes Investigation Into Downgraded ReportsDenver police officials updated CBS4 on a controversy that spawned an investigation within the department.
Aurora Tries Stipend Program To Recruit, Retain TeachersAurora Public Schools is trying a new technique for recruiting and retaining teachers and staff.
'City Is The Hottest Place To Be': Denver Sets Visitor RecordIt's no surprise that tourism in Denver continues to grow, attracting more people each year than the year before for the past 12 years.
Trump Signs Executive Order To End Family Separations At BordersPresident Donald Trump indicated he would take action shortly to both improve security on the border and help keep families together.
Doctor Plans To Sue Hospital Over Infection When Blood, Bone Found On Surgical InstrumentsA doctor is planning to sue Porter Adventist Hospital over an infection after undergoing hip surgery during the sterilization breach period.
Denver Withdraws From 2020 DNC BidDenver has withdrawn from the 2020 DNC bidding process.
Fitness Instructor Honored For Commitment To Exercise For All AgesA fitness instructor is receiving some kudos for her commitment to helping people stay fit at any age.
Bike To Work Day Draw 20,000 Cars Off The RoadBike to Work Day is designed to give commuters the opportunity to experiment with cycling their commute.
Denver Gives Green Light To Beer & Wine In ParksDenver Parks and Recreation is recommending allowing full-strength beer and wine in parks starting in 2019.
Experts Weigh In On How Border Policy Plays A Role In Gubernatorial RaceThe Trump administration's policy of separating families at the border has put Republican candidates for governor in Colorado in a tough spot.
'It Gave Us A Chance': New Video Shows Relentless Attack On Buffalo FireOn Tuesday the Red, White and Blue Fire Protection District wildland team was supposed to hold a joint training with Summit Fire in the forest on Buffalo Mountain.
Dog Reunited With Family Thanks To Stranger, Twitter & Chris SpearsA Westminster couple is praising their community for an unusual, but heartfelt effort to find their lost Labrador.
Nonprofit Helps Save The Day For Colorado Children Fighting IllnessesA group of volunteers is traveling the country working with children who are battling a wide range of health issues.
PUC Decides To Remove Crossing Gate Flaggers More Than A Year LaterThe Public Utility Commission decided on Tuesday to remove some of the flaggers who have been stationed at crossing guards along RTD's A Line.
Scientists Increase Rainbow Trout Population In Gunnison RiverColorado Parks and Wildlife officers are working hard to save the rainbow trout in the Gunnison River.
Another Day Of Storms Brings More Hail, Funnel CloudTuesday brought more severe weather across the Denver metro area, with some damaging hail and a sighting of a funnel cloud.
Former Colorado Police Officer & Firefighter Rides For PTSD AwarenessA retired police officer and firefighter traveling across the country on his motorcycle stopped in Colorado on Tuesday to raise awareness about post traumatic stress disorder.
Backcountry Skiing Mishap Prompts Launch Of 'Fido Pro' BusinessMore and more people are hitting the backcountry and bringing along their four-legged best friends.