Oops: School Billboard Typo Spotted By CBS4 ViewerThe school year is winding down or already over for most public schools across Colorado, and "Enjoy Your Summer"-like messages can be found on the billboards outside numerous schools.
Camp Ember Puts Young Women In The Path Of FireA special fire-based camp is helping some young women explore a possible career as a firefighter.
Fire Destroys Home, But No One Is HurtArvada firefighters responded to house fire which sent a large plume of smoke into the air on Tuesday afternoon.
New Moms Get Support At Milk Bank Baby CafeNew mothers who may have questions about breastfeeding have a new support system-- the Mother's Milk Bank Baby Cafe.
SWAT Team Called After Suspect Barricades Himself Inside HomeArvada police are responding to a home on Arbutus Street for a barricaded subject.
'Never Seen A Storm Like This': Residents Dealing With Hail Damage A Year LaterHomeowners are still repairing roofs from a historic hailstorm in May 2017 a year later after damage to houses and cars created a backlog for contractors and auto shops.
Best Mother-Daughter Date Ideas In DenverMother's Day is fast approaching, and there are many activities in which you can participate with your mother or with your daughter. Check out the following events and activities for a memorable Mother's Day outing.
Schools Discourage Field Trips To Rocky Flats Wildlife RefugeSix school districts have banned field trips to the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge, and Denver Public Schools is following suit.
Businesses Honored For Dedication To Job Opportunities For AllA group of businesses dedicated to providing job opportunities to people with developmental disabilities was honored for creating a career path that provides employment and training.
'He Was An Example': Arvada West Family Remembers HalladayThe current baseball team, former players, and the family of Roy Halladay honored the major league star before a game on Monday at his old high school in Arvada.
Colorado Woman Fined $500 At Customs Checkpoint For Sliced AppleA woman in Arvada plans to fight in court against a $500 fine that she received for bringing a sliced apple through customs.
'Fear... When I Walk Into My Classroom': Students Protest Gun ViolenceAbout 50 students walked out of Ralston Valley High School Friday to protest gun violence.
'Cop Rocks' Program Encourage Positive Relationship With Police OfficersArvada police are hoping a new program will create positive interactions between officers and children in the community.
'Sound The Alarm': Volunteer To Help Keep Smoke Detectors Up To DateThe Red Cross hopes a campaign called Sound the Alarm can ensure everyone has a working smoke alarm.
Controversial $30 Land Deal Approved, Apartment Complex Plans Move ForwardThe controversial $30 land deal in Arvada for a large apartment complex has finally passed the Arvada City Council.