The deceased has been identified as Shelby Weatherly.
Colorado Roofers Among Many Workers Trying To Work Around Heat WaveA roofers job is never easy and when you add a heat wave that can make it almost unbearable.
Collom Fire Burns 630+ Acres Southwest Of CraigThe Collom Fire is burning southwest of Craig near Colorado Highway 13 and Moffat County Road 51. The fire is expected to keep Moffat County Road 51 closed on Wednesday.
Colorado Health Officials Raise Concerns About COVID Delta VariantThere's a reason you have to get a flu shot every year. It's because influenza is a virus and viruses have a tendency to change over time.
Lifeguard Shortage Impacts Pools Across Colorado After Year Of COVID RestrictionsCommunity pools across Colorado reduced hours and announced closures at the start of the 2021 season because of a national shortage in trained lifeguards.
2 People, 1 Dog Killed In Plane Crash South Of Centennial AirportSouth Metro firefighters responded to a single plane crash south of the Centennial Airport.
RTD Looking For New A Line SponsorCU is ending their sponsorship of the A line in May of 2022.
Firefighters Rush To Fire Burning At Recycling Plant With Flames 15 Feet HighFirefighters from Denver and Adams County rushed to extinguish a fire at a recycling plant on Wednesday. Fire crews rushed to 5350 Washington Street just before noon Wednesday.
Wednesday June 16th CBSN DenverMichael Spencer looks at the odds for the US Open, and gives you his best bets for tonight's action.
Governor Polis Is Signing 9 Bills Aimed To Help Coloradoans TodayThe bills will help families by fighting health care costs and improving education.
Collom Fire In Moffat County Continues To BurnThe fire has burned 400 acres so far with most of it being on private land.
Record Heat Rolls OnWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Ukraine Authorities Arrest CLOP Ransomware Gang Linked To University Of Colorado CyberattackCriminals tied to what is believed to be the largest cyberattack on the University of Colorado appear to have been arrested in the Ukraine.
Colorado Representative Lauren Boebert Votes To Deny Capitol Police Medals For Riot ResponseThe U.S. House voted on Tuesday to award Congressional Gold Medals to the United States Capitol Police for their response to the attack at the Capitol on January 6th. Nearly two dozen Republican representatives voted no on the measure, including Colorado's Lauren Boebert.
COVID In Colorado: Statewide Mask Mandate For Courts To Expire On SaturdayThe statewide mask mandate for courts is about to expire. The chief justice of the Colorado Supreme Court said he will not extend the order so it will expire on Saturday.
'Aggressive' Elk Charges People In EvergreenColorado Parks and Wildlife shared video of a cow elk charging at people along Upper Bear Creek Road in Evergreen.
Cherry Creek North Business Improvement District Sees Increase In Foot TrafficColorado is continuing its comeback, and Cherry Creek North is the latest area in the Denver metro seeing positive changes.
Ken Salazar Nominated To Serve As U.S. Ambassador To MexicoPresident Joe Biden nominated Ken Salazar for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the United Mexican States. Katie Johnston reports.
Doctor Offers Advice For Colorado Men Who May Have Put Off Their Checkups Due To The PandemicJune is Men’s Health Month, which is a good reminder for men to make sure they are getting the necessary checkups and screenings.
Digital TV Newscast 6-16-21CBS4 is Covering Colorado First.
Return To The Stage: DCPA Theatre Company Announces State Tour Of 'Wild Fire'In the first live performances since the start of COVID-19, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts Theatre Company is returning to the stage.
The Heat Goes On With More Records TodayWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Colorado Governor Rejects GOP Request To End COVID Relief Payments To UnemployedGov. Jared Polis says he's not ready to stop paying the extra $300 to unemployed Coloradans.
Colorado Parents Urged To Keep Kids Current On Routine VaccinationsAs the COVID-19 vaccine remains on the top of everyone’s mind, pediatricians are urging parents to make sure their children are caught up on routine vaccinations.
Staffing & Supply Shortage Keeping Splash Pads Running DryAs temperatures reached triple digits for the first time in 2021, the City of Arvada was still working to reopen a beloved splash pad to help people cool down.