Latest Colorado News Stories

WATCH: Hundreds Of Entries, Some Quite Silly, Pour In For 'Epic Dream Job'The contest for a once-in-a-lifetime ski trip is coming to a close.
Coors Founder's Gravesite Desecrated As Family Mourns Another PatriarchThe same day of his passing, the family was made aware of vandalism on the gravesite of another patriarch -- Adolph Coors.
Former Deputy Sentenced For Stealing From Homicide SceneA former Fremont County Sheriff's deputy was sentenced to two years in prison for stealing from a crime scene in Canyon City.
Motorcycle Fire Forces Brief Closure Of C-470Firefighters found a motorcycle engulfed in flames on C-470 near Quebec Street on Saturday.
RTD Light Rail Involved In Crash At Familiar IntersectionFor the second time in less than a month, an RTD light rail train was involved in a crash with another vehicle at Speer Boulevard and Stout.
I-70 On-Ramp Scheduled To Be Closed OvernightWeather permitting, construction crews in Denver will permanently close the York Street on-ramp to Interstate 70 going west.
Two Injured After Small Plane Crashes Into CornfieldTwo people survived a small plane crash north of Fort Lupton on Sunday.
Female Pilots Show Girl Scouts The RopesColorado Girl Scouts got the chance to check out a high-flying career at the Rocky Mountain Metro Airport in Broomfield on Saturday.
Coffman-Crow Race: Democrats Run Twice As Many Ads As Republicans This MonthIn Colorado's 6th Congressional District, Democrats and their allies were twice as active on the air during the October period examined than Republicans -- 1,353 to 688.
Snow & Cold Grip Much Of Front Range Ahead Of Broncos GameMuch of northern Colorado is under a winter weather advisory as an early season storm dumps snow across the region.
Nonprofit Raises Thousands To Save Horses From SlaughterhousesColoradans are coming together to save the lives of horses headed to be slaughtered. 
Thieves Leave High School Baseball Team High & DryA local high school called for the public's help after their baseball team’s trailer was stolen  Saturday morning. 
Survivors & Supporters Model To End Breast CancerColoradans walked the catwalk at the Outlets at Castle Rock on Saturday. The event raised money and awareness for breast cancer research.
Judge Denies Request To Seal Watts AutopsiesThe results of the autopies of a pregnant mother and her two young daughters will not be blocked. A judge denied prosecutors' requests to seal those results.
Two Walk Away From Plane Crash In CornfieldTwo people walked away from a small plane that went down in a cornfield north of Fort Lupton Friday afternoon. 
William Coors, Former Chairman Of Coors Brewing Company, Passes AwayWilliam "Bill" Coors, the former chairman of Adolph Coors Co. and grandson of the brewing company's founder, has died at 102.
Elitches' FrightFest Pet Parade Draws In Creative CostumesThe annual Frightfest Pet Parade at Elitch Gardens Theme and Water Park didn't disappoint on Saturday.
Skinny Bear Cubs To Be Fattened For HibernationThree underweight black bear cubs who stood little chance of making it through the winter will live the high life for the next month and a half. 
Officials ID Officer, Victim In Officer-Involved ShootingOfficials in north-central Colorado have released the names of a sheriff's deputy and an armed man who was killed in an officer-involved shooting during a pursuit.
Officials: 15,000+ Marijuana Plants Seized At Week-Long RaidsInvestigators tell CBS4 they conducted a total of 26 warrants in Aurora and Arapahoe County in the last week.
Denver Gets Federal Funding Previously Withheld Over 'Sanctuary City' ConflictThe City and County of Denver received almost three quarters of a million dollars from the federal government after a successful legal rebuke of the U.S. Department of Justice's attempt to penalize several American cities for their lack of cooperation in immigration enforcement.
Hospital Staff Reunite With Micro Preemie At Halloween-Themed ReunionThe Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at Swedish Medical Center held a special Halloween preemie reunion Saturday.
Hundreds Help Raise Money For ALS Research In Annual WalkWith the snip of some scissors, a group of runners and walkers were off. This isn't a race.
Wolf Creek First To Fire Up Lifts In Colorado & Nation For 2018 SeasonWolf Creek officially turned on their lifts Saturday which made them the first ski area to open for the season.
First CSP Trooper Who Died In The Line Of Duty Honored With Memorial SignColorado State Patrol officials honored its first officer killed in the line of duty more than 75 years ago on Friday.
Inner City Health Center Hosts Annual 'Jazzed' EventDenver's Inner City Health Center prepares to hold it's one and only fundraiser of the year on Oct. 19.
Boys & Girls Club Gears Up For Annual Scream ScramThe Boys & Girls Club of Metro Denver are preparing for one of their biggest fundraisers every year, the Scream Scram Halloween 5K Walk/Run.
Late Night, Three-Vehicle Crash Leaves Two DeadDenver police say two people died in a three-vehicle crash late Friday night. Officers responded to 27th Avenue and York Street.
Two CU Students Rescued Midway Up FlatironTwo University of Colorado students wearing tennis shoes, shorts and T-shirts were rescued Friday from the 1st Flatiron outside Boulder.
Frontier Airlines Starts Flights To Jackson AirportFrontier Airlines begins flying to Mississippi's largest airport on Saturday.