Several other students thought the project would be too daunting, so Andrew Ellis did the work himself to get North Arvada Middle School its first ever playground.
'Church Fire' Northwest Of Fort Collins Now Fully ContainedThe Livermore Fire Protection District responded to a 10 acre grass fire northwest of Fort Collins, near Virgina Dale Church.
Amtrak's Winter Park Express Returns To Make Trips Out Of DenverThe first train of the season took off from Union Station in Denver at 7 a.m. Friday.
Following Meeting With 'Little Progress', King Soopers Strike Enters Fifth DaySeveral local organizations are standing in solidarity with those on the picket lines.
Several Events Planned To Honor Martin Luther King, Jr. Across ColoradoCommunities are hosting several commemoration and public service events in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. across the Denver metro area and the Front Range.
3 Pedestrians Hit, Injured In Adams County Crash Stemming From Domestic Violence IncidentAdams County Sheriff's deputies say three people were hit by a vehicle on Saturday afternoon.
Lines At Grocery Give Away In Boulder County Highlights Need Following The Marshall FireThe Boulder County community is still trying to pick up the pieces after the historic Marshall fire. Boulder County residents who had their lives turned upside down, had a chance Saturday morning to pick up some essentials free of charge.
Some COVID Testing Sites Ordered To Close By Colorado AGThe Colorado Attorney General's Office ordered the closure of several COVID testing locations for "failing to report COVID-19 testing results and cases to CDPHE as required by state law."
Denver Weather: Temperatures Warm Up Monday and Tuesday Before Colder Weather ReturnWatch Callie Zanandrie's forecast.
Roller Coaster Ride Of Temperatures From Near 60 to SnowWatch Callie Zanandrie's forecast.
Sunny and Dry Weekend AheadWatch Callie Zanandrie's forecast.
Denver Public Schools Teachers, Parents Consider Pros And Cons Of Remote Learning During Staff ShortagesThere are many different opinions on whether the Denver Public Schools district should move back to remote learning because of the high number of COVID-19 cases surging around the state.
Something In The Air: Marshall Fire’s Other ThreatBoulder County Public Health is warning people about the potential dangers that remain from poor air quality and toxins after the Marshall Fire.
Marshall Fire Has Homeowners Reconsidering Policy CoverageThe Marshall Fire has homeowners across Colorado reconsidering policy coverage, and not just in Boulder County.
10-Year-Old Dies After Being Struck By Vehicle In Vail Parking StructurePolice in Vail investigated the death of a child who was struck by a vehicle on Thursday night.
Colorado Parks And Wildlife Agents Help Remove Trash Can Lid From Deer's NeckA deer is probably a little more comfortable after Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers were able to remove a trash can lid from around the animal's neck.
'Severely Malnourished' Horses Seized From Grand County PropertyA large number of injured and emaciated horses were removed by authorities from the Snow Mountain Stables near Granby during a two-day, multi-jurisdiction operation that concluded Wednesday night.
'We're Learning From Their Pain': Front Range Homeowners Examine Insurance Following Marshall FireLike Coloradans across the state, Denver resident Sara Henry watched the flames of the Marshall Fire tear through Boulder County subdivisions.
VIDEO: Snowy Conditions Lead To Sliding Cars On I-70 In Evergreen AreaIt's a First Alert Weather Day at CBS4, and snowy weather is leading to dangerous driving conditions in Colorado's foothills.
Snow Slows Down The Afternoon Commute For ManyWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Following Rollercoaster Of A Week, What’s Next For Adams 14 Schools?In one week, the Adams 14 School Board voted to fire its private management company over allegations of misuse of taxpayer money and the State School Board voted to conduct an independent review of Adams 14.
Scientists With NOAA Are Testing The Air Quality After The Marshal FireAfter the devastating Marshal fire scientists are now testing the air quality of the burn area and neighboring areas.
Denver Fire Department Welcomes 22 New Firefighters After GraduationThe Denver Fire Department welcomed 22 new firefighters into its ranks on Friday.
Supply Scarce, Demand High For At-Home Rapid COVID TestsA lot of people are searching for at-home rapid COVID-19 tests as wait times for PCR tests top one hour in the Denver metro area and sometimes results are delayed for days due to the increased demand.
Crews Begin Clearing Damaged, Destroyed Vehicles, Debris From Roadways In Marshall Fire Burn AreasBeginning Friday, Jan. 14, crews contracted by Boulder County began clearing roadways of damaged and destroyed vehicles and trailers, trees, and other debris that are blocking access to properties in the Marshall Fire burn areas.