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Brush Fire Quickly Contained After Igniting On South Table MountainA brush fire ignited on South Table Mountain in Jefferson County overnight and was quickly contained.
New Information Released About Blue Angels Jet's Emergency LandingA U.S. Navy Blue Angels fighter jet landed unexpectedly in northern Colorado on Saturday during The Great Colorado Air Show.
Warm Today, Mountain Snow TonightWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Bear Captured Frolicking In The Snow At Roxborough State ParkEven though it snowed this past week some bears are still out and about, waiting to hibernate. Colorado Parks and Wildlife captured some video of a bear frolicking in the snow.
Police: Argument Turns Violent, Charles Porter Accused Of Shooting & Killing VictimDenver police investigators say Charles Porter shot someone after an argument on North Quince Street on Oct. 14.
Latino Community In Colorado Prepares To Celebrate Día De Los MuertosDozens of people came together at the Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales Library on Oct. 16 for a Día de Los Muertos event.
Sally Strelecki Taken Off Life Support After Bullet From Neighboring Apartment Kills HerThe family of Sally Strelecki, faced with her dire medical situation following a shooting through an apartment wall, decided to remove life support from the 27 year old.
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Very Mild Start To Week Before Cooler Temps Arrive TuesdayMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.
Celebrations Planned For Day Of The Dead FestivitiesPeople are getting ready to celebrate Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead in the Denver metro area.
Security Lines Easing Slightly As Denver International Airport Urges Travelers To Allow Plenty Of TimeSecurity lines at Denver International Airport had improved slightly on Saturday morning over Friday's lines but airport officials are still urging passengers to arrive early.
Colfax Marathon Returns To The Streets After Pandemic PostponementRunners returned to the streets on Saturday for the first Colfax Marathon since May 2019.
Hikers Discouraged From Climbing Kit Carson Peak As Madeline Baharlou-Quivey's Body RecoveredSearch and rescue personnel assembled in the Sangre de Cristo mountain range Saturday morning to recovery the body of a Denver woman who failed to return from a hike.
Traffic Backed Up On Northbound I-25 Due To Semi Crash At Eastbound I-70 RampTraffic was backed up for miles on northbound Interstate 25 due to a crash at the eastbound Interstate 70 ramp on Saturday morning.
2 People Seriously Injured In Apartment Fire In AuroraOne person was rescued from a burning apartment building in Aurora early Saturday morning and two others, including a child, suffered serious injuries.
Marijuana Social Equity Fair Seeks To Level The Playing Field For Communities Of ColorThe City of Denver hosted a marijuana social equity resource fair to give information to entrepreneurs or color and help them break into the cannabis industry.
Blue Angels Make Emergency Landing At Great Colorado Air ShowA Blue Angels pilot made an emergency landing at the Great Colorado Air Show on Saturday.
Lucy Spacecraft Built In Colorado Blasts Off To SpaceThe Lucy spacecraft built in Colorado blasts off into space from Cape Canaveral.
Arapahoe County Sheriff's Deputy Vehicle Struck By Debris During Traffic StopAn Arapahoe County Sheriff's vehicle was struck by debris during a traffic stop on I-70.
1 Rescued From Burning Apartment Building In AuroraOne person was rescued from a burning apartment by Aurora firefighters early Saturday morning.
CBS4 News Update 10-16-21CBS4 is Colorado's News Channel
Denver Parks And Rec Employees Given New Job Classifications, Received Pay Increases And Some Call It 'Cronyism'The two Denver Parks and Recreation employees' job classifications changed last month to a status that provides hefty protections from removal and received pay increases.
Tri-County Health Investigating After Deer Trail School District Parents Claim Mask Mandate Is Being IgnoredAfter more than a month they’re starting to receive complaints and will begin enforcing the requirements, starting with the Deer Trail School District.

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