Sunday Marks 40th Anniversary Of Big Thompson FloodA foot of rain fell on parts of the canyon with one report of eight inches in an hour.
Trump Supporters Line Up To See GOP Presidential Nominee SpeakThousands of Donald Trump supporters lined up to see the Republican presidential nominee speak in Colorado Springs on Friday afternoon. It was one of two campaign appearances in Colorado on Friday.
Heavy Rain, Golf Ball Hail Hit Parts Of Colorado SpringsColorado Springs and other parts of southeastern Colorado could be in for more severe thunderstorms Friday.
Colorado's U.S. Attorney Stepping Down For Private PracticeU.S. Attorney John Walsh is stepping down as Colorado's top federal prosecutor.
Colorado's US Attorney Steps Down, Returns To Private PracticeU.S. Attorney John Walsh is stepping down as Colorado's top federal prosecutor.
Search Ends For Woman With Dementia Missing In UncompahgreAuthorities have called off the search for a missing 82-year-old woman with dementia in the Uncompahgre National Forest.
Horse Successfully Rescued After Getting Stuck In MarshA horse named Cupcake is safe and sound after a terrifying afternoon stuck in the mud at Cherry Creek State Park.
Video Shows Casual Bank Robber In BoulderBoulder police are asking for the public's help in identifying the man who robbed a bank earlier this week.
4 People Struck In Hit And RunSeveral people were injured early Friday morning in a hit and run in Denver's River North neighborhood.
Witness: '30 Shots Fired' Outside Motel, Stretch Of Colfax ClosedA portion of East Colfax Avenue was closed Friday morning due to a police investigation.
Protected Bike Lane Comes To South BroadwayDrivers and bicyclists will be sharing the road on one of the busiest stretches of South Broadway.
Beaver Creek Fire Near Colorado-Wyoming Border Burns CabinThe largest wildfire currently burning in Colorado has scorched more than 43 square miles and destroyed a cabin and several outbuildings.
'Sleuth Work' Helps Track Down Thumbtacks SuspectInvestigators have identified one suspect in the case of thumbtacks scatted on a mountain bike route that resulted in flat tires for several bicyclists.
Hickenlooper: 'Disappointed, Relieved' At Not Getting V.P. NominationColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper talked about his support for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, and how he wasn't picked to be her vice president, after his speech at the Democratic National Convention on Thursday night.
Elevated Lead Levels Found In 33 Jefferson County SchoolsNew test results show that dozens of schools in Jefferson County have elevated levels of lead. This discovery comes just one month after two elementary schools in the district tested positive for lead.
Community Group Keeps Watch Over TransientsA community group on Facebook is working to help law enforcement agencies in the Peak to Peak region regulate transient camps around Nederland.
Habitat For Humanity Breaks Ground On New Affordable Housing NeighborhoodWhat currently looks like just a mound of dirt is in fact very significant for many families in the Denver metro area.
Storms 200 Miles Away End Denver's 90-Degree StreakSeveral rounds of thunderstorms tracked through extreme northeast Colorado on Thursday.
Rescuers Save 'Cupcake' From MudRescuers worked to free Cupcake, a 13-year-old horse from the muddy water at Cherry Creek State Park on Thursday afternoon. After hours of working to free the horse from the mud, the horse walked out at 5:45 p.m.
Hickenlooper Hits Trump On Economy At DNCGov. John Hickenlooper is performing a rare role -- Democratic attack dog.
Battle Of The Bots Offers Competition, Technology Lessons At Boys & Girls ClubsAt the Boys & Girls Clubs’ annual Battle of the Bots, kids compete for trophies, but also learn valuable lessons.
Denver Police Technician Cleared Of Double DippingAfter more than a 1½ years of investigation, the Denver Manager of Safety has cleared Denver Police Technician Brett Titus of accusations of “double dipping” but fined him six days pay for several minor rules violations.
Missing Woman Told Police She Was 'Scared For My Life'New details have emerged in the disappearance of a woman who recently moved to Littleton from southern California. CBS4 has learned Charlene Voight was scared for her life several years ago.
Colorado House Leader At DNC: Net Worth Doesn't Define AmericansColorado's Democratic House majority leader is telling the Democratic National Convention that Americans don't define themselves by their net worth.
Neighbors Alert Authorities About Illegal Grow HouseNeighbors alerted deputies with the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office to an illegal grow operation inside a home.
Opening Arguments Begin In Paige Birgfeld Murder TrialOpening statements began on Thursday in the murder trial of Paige Birgfeld, a single mother of three in Grand Junction.
Westminster Police Arrest Suspect After SWAT StandoffPolice in Westminster called in SWAT teams to negotiate with a barricaded suspect on Wednesday night.
Trump's Aggressive Play For Blue Collar Voters A Big Topic At DNCThe presence of organized labor at the Democratic National Convention is pervasive this week. A big question is whether unions will back Democrats in Campsign 2016.
Rocky Mountain National Park Asks You To Help Friends BehaveRocky Mountain National Park has released a list of tips for well-behaving guests to share with their poorly mannered friends.
Suspect Identified In Thumbtack Case, Flat Tires For CyclistsInvestigators have identified one suspect in the case of thumbtacks scatted on a mountain bike route that resulted in flat tires for several bicyclists.