Deadly Mushroom Found Growing In Aurora LawnAn amateur mushroom forager spotted a rare and deadly mushroom growing in someone's lawn as he walked around his Aurora neighborhood.
Court: Douglas County Schools Violated Constitution By Promoting Christian CausesA U.S. District Court judge ruled that Dougco schools violated the Constitution by promoting Christian causes.
"You've Got To Have Fresh Blood": CU President To RetireUniversity of Colorado President Bruce D. Benson announced his intention to resign his position effective July 2019. 
Teen Brothers Compete In United Launch Alliance Design ChallengeThe challenge was to design a payload that could eject from a rocket at 3,000 feet, land in a lake and return to a specific location.
Woman Recalls Driver Beating Her Car With A Bat: 'I Was Freaked'A drive to a friend’s house Monday evening took an unfriendly turn for a Denver woman.
Denver Concert Venue Making Good On Promise To Promote Local ArtistsA year after opening in Denver’s Ruby Hill neighborhood, the Levitt Pavilion is going strong and keeping its promise to be a venue focused on local artists.
Deputies Catch Man Caught Waving Bat At PedestrianThe Jefferson County Sheriff's Office caught up to a man accused of threatening another man with a bat.
Hundreds Remember Beloved Teenager With Celebration Of LifeAs police continue to search for the person responsible for the death of a popular East High School football player, the teen’s family is focusing on all he achieved.
Extra Police At Dillon Amphitheater For Popular ConcertDillon is bracing for big crowds at a String Cheese Incident concert at the Dillon Amphitheater.
Confessed Ponzi Perp Charged With Wire FraudThe Greenwood Village businessman who confessed to running a Ponzi scheme for the last seven years, costing investors millions, turned himself in to federal authorities Tuesday.
Animas River Fish Dying Due To Low Water Levels, Forest Fire DebrisWildlife officials are asking anglers to voluntarily suspend daytime fishing in the Animas River while fish are struggling to survive in warm, ash-thickened water.
Boasberg On Stepping Down: 'My Heart & Soul Is In This Work'Calling it "the honor of a lifetime," Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg is stepping down after 10 years of leading the state's largest school district.
Broadway Musical ‘On Your Feet’ Has LA Premiere, Headed To DenverRecently, the Broadway musical “On Your Feet” had a red carpet premiere in Los Angeles, and CBS4’s Critic-at-Large was there.
Coloradans Could See Refund From StateColorado taxpayers might be getting some money back from the state.
Colorado Gets Donation To Expand TrailsA generous donation will help close the loop of bike trails that snakes around the Denver Metro Area. 
Demonstrators Aim To Stop Wildlife Refuge On Rocky FlatsFederal Judge Philip Brimmer will now decide whether to allow the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge to open on schedule this September.
Target Comes To Downtown DenverTarget is getting ready to open a new story in Downtown Denver. 
Boy’s Rare Diagnosis ‘A Punch in the Gut’ For FamilyCommunities in Colorado are coming together to help a boy in Castle Rock suffering from a debilitating and ultra-rare condition.
RV Travels To Littleton For Free Skin Cancer ScreeningsVolunteer dermatologists are in Littleton for two days this week offering free skin cancer screenings inside a 38-foot RV. It is part of a mobile education program called Destination: Healthy Skin.
Denver-Based Frontier Airlines Ranks Low Among TravelersDenver-based Frontier Airlines ranks poorly in a new survey of air travelers.
Hikers Find Wreckage Of Plane Which Disappeared In AprilA plane which disappeared on its flight from Erie to Richfield, Utah has been found.
Russian Roulette Shooting: Man Gets 5 Years In Prison For Killing FriendProsecutors say Marquis Brooks had been drinking and using cocaine and Xanax, and was playing Russian roulette with his gun when he shot his friend.
Castle Rock And Wheat Ridge Police Join Viral Lip Sync Challenge Two Colorado police departments are among the latest to take part in the lip sync challenge going viral on social media.
Program Allows Pre-Schoolers & Seniors To Team Up To Make Dog TreatsSeniors at Willowbrook Place spent their morning baking homemade dog treats with local pre-schoolers on Monday.
Trump Says He Misspoke, Accepts Russian Meddling Took PlacePresident Donald Trump voiced support Tuesday for US intelligence agencies, a day after he refused to accept their findings on Russia's election meddling.
Colorado Legislation Aims To Bolster Failing Foster SystemLawmakers say it's among the most comprehensive package of reforms that has been attempted in the nation.
Feds Charge Colorado Confessed Ponzi SchemerFederal prosecutors in Denver have arrested Greenwood Village businessman Dan Rudden a week after he confessed to a massive Ponzi scheme that defrauded investors of what Rudden estimates was $55 million.
'We've Never Lost Hope': Kidnapped Infant's Family Wants JusticeA Colorado Springs family is searching for answers in the case of their infant son who was kidnapped 32 years ago.
CBS4 Confirms DPS Supt Boasberg Stepping DownThe Denver Public School District confirmed Tuesday that Superintendent Tom Boasberg will be stepping down from his position.
Denver Mayor Commits City To 100% Clean Electricity By 2030“Climate change threatens our people directly, putting our health, environment and economy – our very way of life – at risk,” said Mayor Michael Hancock.