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Breast Cancer Survivor Pays It Forward With PillowsThe pillows are heart-shaped, hand-sewn and given to hospitals all around Colorado.
Prepare Yourself For Allergy SeasonColoradans who suffer from spring allergies are feeling the effects now as pollen season starts.
Off To The Races: Special Olympics Athletes Start 2 Days Of CompetitionSpecial Olympics Colorado kicked off two days of competition on Wednesday for students in Denver Public Schools.
New Development To Bring Businesses To Five Points NeighborhoodThe Hooper will be built in the Five Points Neighborhood near 26th and Welton.
Call Of Student With Weapon At McGlone AcademyMcGlone Academy in Denver Public Schools was placed on lockdown due to police activity.
Lawmakers To Ask Voters To Pass Nicotine Tax To Combat Youth UseGov. Jared Polis is announcing a late-session bill to ask Colorado voters to significantly raise taxes on cigarettes and impose taxes on nicotine vaping devices to deter youth consumption.
Ralston Elementary Weather Visit near GeneseeMeteorologist Dave Aguilera Visits Front Range Schools Every Week
Teens Can Work Out For Free At Planet Fitness This SummerPlanet Fitness is giving high school students aged 15-18 the opportunity to work out for free all summer -- and the chance to win a college scholarship! Matt Yurus reports.
Nuggets Defeat Spurs, 1 Win Away From AdvancingNikola Jokic, Jamal Murray Lead Nuggets' 108-90 romp of Spurs

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Nuggets vs. Spurs - Game 5 Vlog, NBA Playoffs 2019The Nuggets took their first series lead after a dominant win over the Spurs. Ryan Greene and the rest of the sports department were there to give you a first-hand look at what covering the game as a member of the media is like.
Get Ready For Arbor Day With The Denver Digs Trees SaleTrees will be sold for a discounted rate on Saturday.
Foal Born After Seizure Of Neglected Horses"Jiminy Cricket" was born to one of 57 horses rescued from Hartsel.
Weak Cold Front On The Way For TomorrowWatch Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Special Olympics Athletes Compete In Track & FieldThe athletes are part of Denver Public Schools.
State House Gives Preliminary Approval For School Vaccine BillThe measure would make it harder for parents to opt-out of vaccines.
Denver Police To Test System To End PursuitsThe tracking technology could pinpoint a suspect's location without a chase.
Grant From Domino's Helps Fill PotholesThe pizza place is helping Littleton fill all those potholes.
Mark Kennedy To Appear In AuroraThe controversial selection for CU President is the only candidate.
CBS4 News Update 04-24-19CBS4 is Covering Colorado First
Warming Trend Continues With A Small Bump In The Road TomorrowWatch Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Denver Police Gain New Officer With Four HoovesDenver’s police force just got some new horsepower.
School Of Mines Competing In Concrete Canoe CompetitionIt’s may sound like a counter-intuitive construction project, but to the concrete canoe team at The Colorado School of Mines, it’s about finding a creative solution to a unique problem.
Members Of 1999 Columbine HS Football Team Inducted To Hall Of FameThey came together to win the state championship just a few months after a mass shooting rocked the same school.
Junior College In Sterling Helping Train Much-Needed TechniciansAs Colorado continues to use more renewable energy, a small college in northeast Colorado is creating a nationally recognized program to train the needed Wind Technicians.
Water Main Break Disrupts Morning CommuteRepairs to a water main break were completed in time for the Tuesday afternoon commute. But it wasn't so easy during the morning drive.
Adams County Is One Step Closer To Housing SpaceportThe spaceport at Front Range Airport in Adams County has already been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Broomfield Leaders Hear Opinions Of Controversial Jefferson ParkwayCity leaders in Broomfield are meeting Tuesday night to discuss the Jefferson Parkway project.
Large-Capacity Magazine Ban Issue Taken Up By State Supreme CourtColorado's highest court is set to decide whether a law banning gun magazines that hold more than 15 rounds violates a person's state constitutional right to bear arms.
Boulder Woman Takes Gun Control Message To Billboards In Weld CountyThe billboards say "thoughts and prayers are not enough," and suggest something needs to be done about gun violence.

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