The Parker Police Department has provided the results of an investigation into Von Miller to the 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office.
Girl Scout Delivers Homemade 'Ear Savers' To Elementary Students For More Comfortable Mask WearingTen-year-old Juliette Hoffman delivered 100 homemade ear savers to Carson Elementary School this week.
Live Music Returns To Denver's Five Points NeighborhoodThe band was able to play to a crowd of 100 people in the audience, a first in nearly a year for many musicians.
Bill To Reduce Standardized Testing Load For Colorado Students Passes Out Of CommitteeHouse Bill 21-1161 would require the Colorado Department of Education to seek a federal waiver to cut testing time by more than half for Colorado students.
A Year After COVID Death, Mike Farley's Family Mourns Lost OpportunitiesMike Farley, 87, was one of Denver's earliest COVID deaths.
Colorado Day Of Remembrance Honors Those Who Lost Their Lives To COVIDFriday marked one year since the first confirmed COVID-19 case in Colorado.
State Lawmakers Discuss Bill To Address Violations Of Privacy By Social Media CompaniesThe state Legislature is zeroing in on other unscrupulous practices as well.
JBS Employees Get COVID Vaccines Months After 6 Die From Outbreak At Greeley PlantNearly 2,600 employees at JBS USA meatpacking plant in Greeley were paid to get their COVID-19 vaccines on Friday.
Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine Arrives In Clear Creek CountyA total of 500 people in Clear Creek County were among the first to receive the Janssen vaccine in Colorado.
Day Of Remembrance Marks 1 Year Since First Confirmed COVID Case In ColoradoThe ceremony is meant to unite Coloradans and instill a sense of hope.
Meditation Is About Awareness, Not Reaching NirvanaCBSN Denver’s Health & Wellness Contributor Erica Ballard recommends starting meditation with 2-5 minutes a few times a week.
A Year Of COVID: Colorado's First Confirmed Case Of COVID-19 Was Exaclty One Year Ago TodayOn March 5th, 2020 Colorado had its first confirmed case of COVID-19, the case was in Summit County and was an out of state tourist.
Grocery Workers Are Now Eligible To Receive The COVID VaccineToday we entered phase 1B.3 for the COVID vaccine which means grocery and agricultural workers may now receive the vaccine which is a relief to many.
Warmer Weekend With Wind For PlainsWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Colorado Dragon Boat Film Festival Goes Virtual, Sense Of Community More Essential Than EverThis year the Colorado Dragon Boat Film Festival is virtual. Instead of crowds lined up outside the Sie Film Center on Colfax, the films will be screened at home or in small groups.
Preliminary Injunction Means Arapahoe County Couple Can Keep Displaying Gay Pride FlagA Colorado couple can display their gay pride flag, at least for now.
Judge Declares Another Mistrial In Mark Redwine Murder CaseThe judge overseeing the murder trial against Mark Redwine declared another mistrial on Friday.
3 Hospitalized With Severe Burns After Explosion, Fire In Greeley ApartmentThree people were rushed to the hospital with severe burn injuries after an explosion and ensuing two-alarm fire at a Greeley apartment building. The call came in at 2:15 a.m. on Friday.
United Airlines Flight 328 Update: Exam Finds Multiple Cracks In Part Of Jet's EngineWorn-out metal could be the reason one of the engines on a Boeing 777 failed and exploded over Broomfield last month.
WWII-Era Planes Participate In Flyover For Day Of RemembranceWorld War II era planes participated in a flyover of the state Capitol on Friday afternoon.
Crews Use Ladder Across Partially-Frozen Clear Creek In High-Angle Rescuerews with Golden Fire Rescue conducted a high-angle rescue Friday afternoon that could keep Clear Creek Canyon closed for hours. One person was injured, prompting the rescue.
District Attorney: No Charges Filed In Von Miller InvestigationThe 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office has determined that no charges will be filed in the criminal case against Von Miller out of Parker.
Colorado Parks And Wildlife Warning That Winter Conditions Still Exist At Some ParksColorado Parks and Wildlife is warning people who want to get outside and enjoy the warm weather this weekend to be aware of the winter conditions that still may exist.
CU Researchers To Study Role Gun Retailers Can Play In Suicide PreventionThe University of Colorado Boulder has received a $2 million grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Aurora Police Hope Video Of Attack On Older Man Leads To Arrest Of SuspectsPolice in Aurora have video of an attack on an older man. Detectives hope it will help lead to the arrest of the suspects involved.