A Special 'Profiles In Service' On Veterans DayThis Veterans Day, CBS4’s Jim Benemann talked with Norah O’Donnell, anchor of the CBS Evening News about a special series “Profiles in Service.”
Still A Chance? 2020 Longshots, Like Sen. Michael Bennet, Insist Race Is Up For GrabsBernie Sanders rallied hundreds of supporters outside the New Hampshire capital when the senator formally filed to compete in the state's first-in-the-nation presidential primary. When it was Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet's turn, he wound up with about a dozen supporters.
Federal Loans Forgiven For Art Institute Of Colorado StudentsSome students who took out federal loans to attend the Art Institute of Colorado won't have to pay those loans back.
Ballots Delivered On Election Day Create Tension Over Election ResultsThe Colorado Secretary of State is fuming at the United State Postal Service after it was discovered Friday morning that 828 ballots were delivered on the Tuesday afternoon of Election Day.
DACA Supporters Rally Outside Denver's City & County BuildingDozens rallied in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA program and Dreamers.
Missing Replacement Ballots May Play Role In Aurora Mayor's Race ResultsPeople living in Aurora still don't know who will be their next mayor. Even though Tuesday was Election Day, there is still some confusion with the ballots.
Ethics Report On Former Gov. John Hickenlooper Raises QuestionsA long-awaited ethics report on former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is out and it details questionable gifts and travel accommodations on corporate jets. Hickenlooper is accused of violating Colorado Constitution's ban on gifts for public officials.
Election 2019: Outcome Of Aurora Mayoral Race Uncertain As Officials Sort Through Signature DiscrepanciesAurora's race for mayor could come down to several hundred ballots with signature discrepancies.
Congressman Jason Crow Swears In 250 AmeriCorps InducteesAbout 250 young adults are about to begin nine months of service to help others. They are newly inducted members of AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps.
Colorado School Of Mines Professor Ian Lange Named To White House CouncilA local professor will advise the highest office in the land on matters of economic importance. Ian Lange has been tapped to serve on the White House Council of Economic Advisors. 
Fantasy Sports Legend Peter Jennings's Mom 'Almost Voted No' On Legal Sports Betting PropositionColorado could have legal sports betting as early as May of 2020, before the NBA finals and Stanley Cup.
Election Day 2019: Susana Cordova & Newly-Elected Denver School Board Members Focus On ResourcesAfter an election night that could change the direction of the Denver Public Schools Board of Education, the superintendent and members-elect are sending a unified message.
Election Day 2019: Arapahoe County Voters Overwhelmingly Reject Tax Increase For New JailThe current jail is one of the oldest in the Denver-Metro area and according to the Sheriff, some of its problems are simply "unfixable."
Election Day 2019: Colorado Voters Narrowly Approve Legalized Sports BettingColorado became the 19th U.S. state to legalize some form of sports betting as election officials tallied Wednesday a surprisingly close vote in which ballots for the measure narrowly surpassed "no" votes.
Election Day 2019: School-Related ResultsResults are coming in from around the metro area on local school races, and as of Wednesday morning, here are the latest results, with winners in bold.