The United Way Of Larimer County is accepting donations to support firefighters and others who are helping to assist evacuees and others affected by the Cameron Peak Fire.
Potential Sale Of Casa Bonita To South Park Creators Trey Parker & Matt Stone Leaves Supporters OptimisticA report saying the creators of a cartoon TV show want to buy an iconic Colorado establishment was a surprise to workers at Casa Bonita and supporters.
Aurora Officer John Haubert's Criminal History Sounds Alarm On Hiring ProcessFallout continues after the release of body camera video showing a violent arrest by two Aurora police officers.
Adams12 Five Star Schools Working Quickly To Fill Important JobsSome Colorado school districts are less than two weeks away from welcoming back students.
Increasing COVID Cases Prompts Strong Action By Colorado HospitalsDenver Health says about 80% of its employees are vaccinated, but workers who haven't received their vaccine shot by November are subject to termination.
UCHealth Requires COVID Vaccine For All Employees, VolunteersUCHealth is requiring all employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Oct. 1.
Wednesday July 28th CBSN Denver Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer preview's tonight's Rockies game and gives you his best bet for the US Women's National soccer team.
What You Need To Know Before Attending Broncos Training CampIt’s been a couple of years since Denver Broncos fans have been allowed to attend Broncos Training Camp in person. But starting July 28, that all changes.
Thunderbirds Dazzle From Above Cheyenne Frontiers DaysTwo American staples crossed paths on Wednesday as Cheyenne Frontier Days and the Air Force Thunderbirds team up to entertain thousands.
911 Dispatcher 'Completely Overwhelmed' After Mud Fills Her HomeLast Thursday, Gardner, a 911 dispatcher, found herself on the other end of the line.
Geese Found Dead In Loveland Now Being InvestigatedThe U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife are looking into what killed four geese in Loveland.
Denver Police Need Help Solving Andre Price Jr. Murder From 1995, Offer $30,000 RewardDenver police are asking for the public's help solving a cold case murder from 26 years ago. There is now a $30,000 reward for information on the murder of 21-year-old Andre Price Jr.
Parents Trying To Help Kids Recover From Learning Loss Before School StartsSome parents are trying to help their kids get back on track before school starts again.
Surveillance Video Shows Violent Arrest Of Aurora ManNew video taken by a security camera from a nearby business gives a much better pictures of how an arrested escalated in Aurora.
Denver Police Join Forces With Federal Authorities To Curb Gun ViolenceA Denver police officer and a federal agent will now respond together on active shooting calls, gather evidence and review cases of felons accused of illegally having a weapon.
Tour Of Glenwood Canyon Reveals Damage From Numerous MudslidesThe Colorado Department of Transportation offered a closer look at the damage from numerous mudslides in Glenwood Canyon and on Interstate 70.
Denver Police Announce New Partnership To Fight Gun CrimeDenver police are teaming up with federal agency to combat gun crime.
School & Businesses Are Scrambling To Meet New Mask RecommendationsRecommendations are changing fast for masks and business and schools are trying to figure out how to handle them.
More Heat Before Weekend ChangesWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Colorado 911 Dispatcher 'Completely Overwhelmed' After Mud Fills Her HomeThe town of Avon is still assessing the damage from last Thursday's mudslide. The biggest shock for those impacted? The damage falls outside of standard homeowners and renters insurance.
‘I Just Want My Kid To Have A Good Life’: Colorado Boy 1 In 40 Worldwide Diagnosed With Rare DiseaseFour-year-old Maxwell Freed has a favorite superhero: Spider-Man. He wears Spider-Man shirts and carries around a stuffed Spider-Man doll everywhere he goes.
Federal Courthouse In Downtown Denver Forced To Lock Down After Report Of Active ShooterThe Alfred A. Arraj U.S. Courthouse at 19th and Champa Streets in downtown Denver was placed on lockdown Wednesday afternoon for a report of an active shooter.
'Critical To Our Mission': Denver Health Implements Mandatory COVID Vaccine PolicyDenver Health notified its employees Wednesday afternoon that starting Nov. 1, all employees, contractors, volunteers, residents and interns will be required to have received a full vaccination for COVID-19.
Joe Herrin, City Of Arvada Employee, Dies From Injuries Suffered In Mowing AccidentThe City of Arvada employee who was pinned underwater while operating a mower last week has died.
West Boat Ramp Closure Starts At John Martin Reservoir State ParkThe closure is due to low water levels.