The donation will help improve the quality of current programs.
Bill Aimed At Banning Traveling Circuses In Colorado Passes Through CommitteeColorado lawmakers are debating a bill that would ban traveling circuses in the state.
Raise The Future Helping Prospective Parents Bridge GapsRaise the Future is offering family support services in all 64 Colorado counties to help parents better understand their children.
Colorado Family Opens Arms & Home As Foster FamilyRight now, there are about 2,500 homes that are certified to provide foster care in Colorado.
Suncor Announces $12M In Improvements Following Emissions InvestigationSuncor Energy on Monday announced the findings of an independent, third-party investigation into emissions at its Commerce City refinery.
Q&A: CBS4 Investigator Kati Weis Answers Questions About ID.me TroublesThe ID.me system put in place in Colorado to try to combat fraudulent unemployment claims is putting some people who are out of work in a desperate situation.
Year After Devastating Crop Season, Palisade Peach Farmer 'Not Too Awfully Worried'Rows of blossoming peach trees are a promising sight for one of Colorado’s biggest peach producers.
Denver Food Pantry Will Close As Older Adults Can Now Safely Shop For ThemselvesA Denver food pantry is getting ready to close and that's a good thing. A decline in COVID cases and the availability of vaccines have allowed the older adults served by the pantry at Kavod Senior Life to get out and shop for themselves.
Douglas County Opts Out Of Tri-County Health OrderDouglas County commissioners voted to opt out of the Tri-County public health order which would essentially take over after the state's COVID-19 dial expires on April 16.
COVID In Colorado: Counties Join Partnership To Ease Back Into Fully ReopeningWhile state mandates for masks and limits on large-capacity, indoor gatherings remain in place, the state's COVID-19 dial will soon retire.
Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Loss Deals Big Blow To Mountain CommunitiesThe Johnson & Johnson vaccine has advantages especially for Coloradans living in rural areas.
Colorado Has Administered Far Fewer Johnson & Johnson Vaccines Compared To Pfizer & ModernaThe Johnson & Johnson vaccine will likely be available to Coloradans again in days not weeks.
Lumber Shortage Causing Issues For Those Building Everything From Fences To HomesThe price of lumber is up about 180% since last spring.
Proposed Bill Would Give Public Benefits To Those In The U.S. UnlawfullyState lawmakers are discussing the bill that would give health care, housing assistance to those regardless of immigration status.
First Wave Of Snow Hitting ColoradoWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Colorado Department Of Labor ID.me Program Causing Issues For Some ClaimantsHundreds of unemployment claimants are frustrated because of issues with ID.me.
Gov. Jared Polis Announces COVID-19 Dial Will Give Way To More Local ControlThe face mask mandate will likely last through early May.
Colorado Pauses Use Of Johnson & Johnson COVID VaccineThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment paused the use of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit Debuts In Denver In September But Tickets Already Selling FastImmersive Van Gogh debuts in Denver in September with the venue still kept under wraps.
What Jamal Murray's Injury Means For The Denver Nuggets For The Rest Of This SeasonGuard Jamal Murray will miss the rest of the season after tearing his left ACL
Colorado Rapids Fans Can Return To Dick's Sporting Goods Park For The Home OpenerFans will be allowed to return to the park starting with the Rapids home opener on April 24.
All Veterans In Colorado Now Offered VaccineThe VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System says it can now offer COVID-19 vaccines to all veterans.
Woman Shot, Killed At Adams County Mobile HomeDeputies responded to a mobile home near 62nd Avenue and Federal Boulevard at around 4:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Rocky Mountain Showdown Gets 6 Year ExtensionThe Rocky Mountain Showdown rivalry has been extended through 2038.
Broncos Players Announce They Will Not Take Part In Upcoming Minicamp Without More COVID ProtocolsDenver Broncos players said Tuesday that they will not take part in offseason workouts.