Latest Colorado News Stories

Monthly Cleanup Of South Platte River Reveals Array Of WasteVolunteers fished out everything from muck, cans and E-scooters to pounds of plastic.
Alicia Elena Valdez Gets Life Sentence For Role In Murder Of Andrew JenicekA woman has been sentenced to life in prison for her role in the robbery and death of a man who was picking up barbecue for dinner.
Artistic Firefighters Show Off New Grafitti On West Metro Fire StationA fire station in Jefferson County is showing off a new style.
Victor Mcentire Arrested For Attempted Murder In Connection With Pueblo House FireFire destroyed a home early Sunday morning in the Salt Creek neighborhood of Pueblo, but all three occupants of the home escaped safely. 
$1.2 Million Inclusive Playground Opens In Aurora's Red Tailed Hawk ParkAn adoptive mother who worked to get her son and three other adopted children with special needs an accessible playground got to see her wish come true in Aurora this weekend.
Family Warns Denver Renters To Beware Of 'Nasty' HousesA family in the Green Valley Ranch community told CBS4 they’ve rented a house from hell, saying the odor of urine and mold in the home is so foul, it clings to the clothes and hair of anyone who comes to visit.
Denver Police Plan To Test 'Shotspotter' Detection System Monday NightResidents and visitors to downtown Denver and neighborhoods to the west of downtown may hear planned gunfire as part of the Denver Police Department's calibration of its gunshot detection system. 
Volunteers Warm Up For Day Of Service By Maintaining Homes Of Single MomsThe Colorado non-profit Be the Gift will be participating in the year’s Xcel Energy Day of Service on September 7.
Woman Reportedly Groped At Concert Welcoming New CU-Boulder StudentsThe incident happened at Welcomefest. Four acts were scheduled for the 6 p.m. concert taking place at Business Field located just east of The Quad.
Aurora Police Cruiser Rear-Ended By Alleged Drunk DriverAurora Police Department officers investigating an accident on Interstate 225 overnight escaped injury when their patrol car was rear-ended by another driver. 
Canceled Broncos Buses Force Fans To Alter Gameday RoutesAfter Monday's home preseason game, this couple disliked the changes in their routine required by new public transportation routes, and worries what fans will experience when trying to attend Denver Broncos games during winter weather.
Multi-Vehicle Crash Kills One, Closes HighwayAn adult female died at the scene of an early morning accident on Highway 7 east of Interstate 25 Sunday. Four other people were injured, including three who were in critical condition as they were taken by ambulance from the crash site.
Denver Weather: Hot With High Fire Danger Ahead Of Monday Cool DownIf any new fires start they could take off and grow quickly. Please report smoke if you see it.
Colorado Veterans Attend Special Dance Set Up By Two Civil Air Patrol CadetsTwo teenagers spent Saturday night getting ready for the big dance, but their pre-party jitters were because they planned it.
Some Teachers In Denver Become The Students After The Bell RingsAn agreement between the Denver Classroom Teachers Association and Denver Public Schools made it possible for some teachers to afford higher education, and subsequently, higher salaries.
Ranger Attacked At Boyd Lake Campground: Troy, Nathanial & Noah Rael ArrestedThree people are under arrest and accused of starting a fight with a park ranger who warned them that they were being too loud at their campsite.
Teachers And Parents Prepare Students For New School Year After A Deadly SummerAs schools around the country reopen, many students will go through active shooter drills and practice school lockdowns.
Women Bikers Converge On Harley Davidson Dealership In World Record AttemptWomen bikers in Colorado attempted to set a world record on Saturday.
Fund Set Up To Help 'Brave Little' Bailey Boy Bitten On Head By Mountain LionThe family of a Colorado boy who was running in his backyard when he was attacked by a mountain lion has set up a fund for people to help them pay for their son's medical expenses.
Rock Gives Way, Climber Dies In Fall From Top Of Cliff In Boulder CanyonThe man and his climbing partner had successfully ascended a route on the Bell Buttress and were looking for a way down when the accident occurred.
Marcos Orozco Sentenced To 70 Years In Crash That Killed Nicole & John NeesA man convicted of second-degree murder for a crash that killed two people has been sentenced to 70 years in prison.
Denver Weather: Hot Sunday Ahead With Gusty Winds, High Fire DangerA few places could see high temperatures approach the daily record on Sunday.
Two Killed In Early Morning Fire In Fort CollinsAn early morning fire destroyed a home Saturday in the southern section of Fort Collins. Two of the four adults in the home at the time of the fire died as a result of the blaze.
Fish, Wildlife Return To Swan River After Decades Of Dredge MiningDecades of dredge mining in Colorado in the 1800s left one stream bed covered in gravel.
Cannabis Confusion Over Hemp, Marijuana Creates Issues For Colorado Law EnforcementA Greeley woman is breathing much easier after drug charges against her were dropped. It’s an example of what's becoming a more common case of confusion in Colorado involving two types of cannabis plants.
Investigation Lands Arvada Fire Chief Jon Greer, Wife Lauri Greer On Administrative LeaveThe chief of the Arvada Fire Protection District has been placed on administrative leave along with his wife, who works as an accounting clerk.
NASA's Jim Bridenstine Visits University Of Colorado's 'Eye Opening' Aerospace BuildingThe first step taken by NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine into the University of Colorado's newest building in Boulder was a step into the future.
Deer Creek Canyon Park Reopens To Public, Evidence Of Wildfire RemainsDeer Creek Canyon Park reopened to visitors one week after a wildfire forced hundreds of people to evacuate their homes.
Denver Agrees To Buy Salvation Army Homeless Shelter For $10.5 MillionThe City and County of Denver has agreed to pay $10.5 million for The Salvation Army's Crossroads shelter.
Regis University Offline As Students Welcomed Back To CampusRegis University is the latest target in a string of cyber attacks, the most recent in Texas. On Friday, students found themselves trying to prep for their first week, offline.