Mountain communities are hoping coronavirus does not cut the ski season short again since many businesses rely on visitors to stay in business.
Denver Broncos Safety Justin Simmons Brings Up His Idolization Of Kobe Bryant When Discussing Birth Of His Second DaughterSafety Justin Simmons and his wife welcomed their second child over the weekend, and it was another girl.
Denver Water Customers Will Pay More Beginning In January 2022Denver Water customers will be paying more next year. The new rates take effect Jan. 1, 2022.
Ball Arena Requires COVID Vaccine Proof Or Negative Test In Addition To Face Mask To Attend EventsStarting Nov. 10, Ball Arena will require all people attending events, working staff and team personnel ages 12 and older to present proof of their COVID-19 vaccine or a negative COVID-19 test taken 72 hours prior to the specific event.
October 27th CBSN Denver Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer and Ben Cary from CapWize.com discuss their favorite picks for Week 8 in the NFL, and give you some best bets for tonight's World Series Game 2 between the Astros and Braves.
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Windy and Cooler Weather Arrives WednesdayWatch Callie Zanandrie's forecast.
Getting Through DIA Should Get Easier As The First Phase Of The Great Hall Project Is CompleteDenver International Airport should be easier to get through as the first phase of the great hall project has been completed.
Firefighter Larry Wyant Dies While Battling Eastern Colorado Grass FireA volunteer firefighter on Colorado's Eastern Plains died on Tuesday while battling a grass fire.
COVID In Colorado: Increase In Hospitalizations Show Concerning TrendThe concern over the increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations in Colorado continues to grow.
Red Rocks Announces Upcoming Dates For Drive-In Holiday MoviesPeople who are interested in enjoying the holiday season at Red Rocks have a chance to experience a drive-in holiday movie there soon.
CDOT To Be Audited After State Senator Raises Questions About Possible Favoritism For Out-Of-State CompanyThe Legislative Audit Committee is calling for an audit of CDOT after a CBS4 investigation found the agency is giving most of its big construction projects to one out-of-state company.
Hershey Kisses Most Popular Halloween Candy In ColoradoHershey Kisses are the most popular Halloween candy in Colorado according to CandyStore.com.
Vitalant In Need Of Blood DonorsVitalant is in need of blood donors.
Fire Crews Battle Apartment Fire In ArvadaFirefighters battled an apartment fire early Wednesday morning in Arvada.
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Collects 345 Pounds During Drug Take Back DayThe Jefferson County Sheriff's Office collected 345 pounds of unwanted or expired drugs during Drug Take Back Day.
Colorado Gas Prices Higher Than National AverageGas prices in Colorado are higher than the national average.
United States Issues 1st Passport With 'X' Gender Marker For Dana Zzyym Of ColoradoThe United States has issued its first passport with an "X" gender designation.
Firefighter Larry Wyant Dies While Battling Eastern Colorado Grass FireA volunteer firefighter on Colorado's Eastern Plains died on Tuesday while battling a grass fire. Katie Johnston reports.
DIA Prepares To Complete Phase 1 Of the Great Hall ProjectDIA celebrates the completion of Phase 1 of the Great Hall Project on Wednesday.
Digital TV Newscast 10-27-21CBS4 is Covering Colorado First.
Chilly Gusty WindsWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
City Council To Hear Proposal For Lowering Denver Neighborhood Street SpeedsDiscussion about Denver's street safety is shifting its focus on reducing speed.
Parents, Students Line Up At Douglas County School Board Meeting Following Mask Mandate RulingJust hours after a judge temporarily reinstated a mask mandate for Douglas County schools, parents and students showed up in force.