Colorado Drought Keeps Worsening. Now The Driest Since Devastating Summer Of 2012It's a situation not seen in almost a decade and it could get even worse.
Names, Photos Released Of All 5 Victims In Green Valley Ranch ArsonDenver authorities are renewing their plea for the public to help them in their investigation into last week's Green Valley Ranch house fire that killed five family members.
AMC Theatres In Denver Metro Reopening Next WeekSix theaters in the Denver metro area are reopening to guests on Thursday, Aug. 20.
Suspect Arrested In Hit-And-Run Crash That Killed Lisa Reyes at A Denver Bus StopPolice say they have made an arrest in the hit-and-run crash that killed a woman at a bus stop on Mississippi Avenue.
Will Reporters Ever Be Allowed Back In Locker Rooms? Sports Journalism Turned On Its Head By PandemicThe coronavirus pandemic is changing how CBS4's sports reporters think about sports journalism and the role of sports in Colorado and the country.
Michael Spencer On 2020 Broncos: 'If They Don't Make The Playoffs It Will Be A Disappointment'CBS 4 sports anchor Michael Spencer says that if the Broncos don't make the postseason this year, it will be a "huge disappointment".
With Teen Violence On The Rise, Park Hill Golf Club Building Set Become A Resource For Young PeopleSince shutting down, the Park Hill Golf Club has, for the most part, remained vacant.
Brighton Machete Death: Police Arrest Lonny McNair In Attack That Killed Bonnie Skinner, Injured 4 OthersAuthorities in Brighton have identified the 48-year-old man who they say attacked multiple members of a family and killed one of them.
Denver Coliseum Out As Proposed Campsite For Those Experiencing HomelessnessLast month, the Denver Coliseum was the front runner for the first sanctioned homeless camp site. But feedback from the community put that plan on hold.
Gov. Jared Polis Expects Mask Order To Stay In Place For ColoradoGov. Jared Polis has issued a statement that he expects the mask order for Colorado to stay in place even as it's set to expire this weekend.
Your Raw Sewage Is Helping Researchers Battle COVID-19Nearly 65% of Colorado’s population is being tested for COVID-19 -- and many don’t even realize they’re submitting samples.