Applications Open Today For Hunting & Fishing LicenseOnline applications opened today for Colorado Parks and Wildlife big game and fishing license.
Police Find Stolen Truck Left Running At Chase Bank, Tow Strap Around ATM Toppled On SidePolice in Colorado Springs are searching for a would-be ATM theft suspect. Officers rushed to the Chase bank at Interquest Marketplace early Monday morning.
Overland High Principal Aleshia Armour Passed Away Over The WeekendThe Overland High School community is in mourning after the death of Principal Aleshia Armour over the weekend. Armour passed away due to natural causes.
1st Degree Murder Charges Filed Against Neshan Johnson, Juvenile Suspect In Shooting Death Of Pamela CabrialesDenver District Attorney Beth McCann has charged a 14-year-old juvenile and Neshan Johnson, 18, with the murder of Pamela Cabriales.
COVIDCheck Colorado Urges Additional Testing After Delays Blamed On Severe WeatherThose who took a COVID-19 test over the past couple of weeks may want to take another one.
Serena Ahmad Accused Of Killing Unwanted Guest At Westminster HomeAhmad is being held at the Adams County Detention Facility on suspicion of second-degree murder.
Denver Public Schools Considers Extended School YearDPS is discussing an extension after the pandemic interrupted learning for many students.
More Women Than Men Left Colorado Workforce Due To COVIDMore than 20,000 mothers in Colorado left the workforce since the pandemic began and haven't returned.
Restaurant Workers Disappointed They Can't Get COVID-19 Vaccine Until Next PhaseRestaurant workers were about to be allowed to get the vaccine this week but have been pushed down into the next phase.
Digital TV Newscast 3-1-21CBS4 is covering Colorado first!
March Comes In Like A LambWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Estes Park Elementary School Students Speak With Astronaut Aboard ISSOn Feb. 26, students from Estes Park Elementary School spoke with astronaut Dr. Shannon Walker by using a ham radio.
Denver Parents, Students Rally To Opt Out Of CMAS TestingDenver parents and students gathered at Manual High School on Sunday afternoon to socially-distant rally against state standardized testing, also known as CMAS testing.
Legally Blind Colorado Graphic Designer Uses Electronic Headset To See BetterA graphic designer who has worked in the television industry for 30 years has been slowly losing his vision.
March Warming Trend Ready To RollWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Littleton Couple Prepares To Vote For A Change To HOA's Flag PolicyThe kerfuffle over a Black Lives Matter flag hung outside a Littleton home started in early February when Kara and Ben Wilkoff's HOA sent them a letter telling them to take it down.
Fellow Snowmobiler Saves Lakewood Man's Life On Rabbit Ears PassA man from Lakewood is counting his blessings after he crashed his snowmobile on Rabbit Ears Pass and was found in the nick of time.
Snow Snake Slithers Into Denver Front YardSure, Coloradans know how to make a snowman, but do you know how to make a snow snake?
Telluride Film Festival Aims For In-Person Event This SeptemberTelluride Film Festival organizers announced dates for this year's event. In fact, they also added a day.
Current COVID Restrictions Keep Ball Arena From Applying For VarianceOfficials at Kroenke Sports & Entertainment says fans can't, yet, file into Ball Arena until they can get a variance from the City and County of Denver.
Generous Tipper: Broomfield Restaurant Employees See $5,000+ In TipsA restaurant in Broomfield and its employees got a massive surprise Friday night.
Mountain Lions Thwart Planned Relocation Of Bighorn Sheep"Wild animals are so unpredictable," bemoaned CPW in a Twitter message Friday.
Fort Collins Body Shop Cleans Jeep Covered With Racial SlursKevin Woodman’s Jeep was recently tagged with racial slurs
Denver Independent-Owned Pharmacies Waiting For Vaccine AllocationThe owner of a small, independent pharmacy in Denver says she's set up to administer hundreds of doses of the COVID-19 vaccine but isn't getting the chance to contribute.