From the earliest of times, bridges have brought communities together. They're critical pieces of architecture which allow for cultural and economic development. CDOT has launched an initiative which takes a look at the historic bridges which they maintain in order to try to preserve what they can in the face of an ever-increasing demand on our state's roadways.
Sources: Broncos 'Targeting' Packers OC Nathaniel Hackett As Head CoachReliable sources confirmed with CBS4 Reporter Justin Adams Thursday morning the Denver Broncos have "targeted" Nathaniel Hackett, the Green Bay Packers' offensive coordinator, for its head coach position.
More Snow Today, Most Of It Before NoonWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Source: Broncos 'Targeting' Packers OC Nathaniel Hackett As Head CoachA reliable source confirmed with CBS4 Reporter Justin Adams Thursday morning the Denver Broncos have "targeted" Nathaniel Hackett, the Green Bay Packers' offensive coordinator, for its head coach position.
Colorado High School Students Team Up To Talk About Tough ProblemsRobbie's Hope held its fourth Hopeful Drive as part of its mission of ending teen suicide.
Sub-Variant Of COVID-19 Omicron Detected In ColoradoA new sub-version of the COVID-19 omicron variant has been detected in Colorado.
State of Colorado Says Expired Rapid COVID Tests Are Still GoodMany of the COVID-19 tests distributed around Denver appear expired, but the State says they are still good--at least for a couple more weeks.
Get Your Stretchy Pants Ready: Denver Restaurant Week ReturnsEnjoy Denver Restaurant Week from March 11-20.
Former CBS4 Sportscaster, Les Shapiro, Enters Hospice CareLes Shapiro, as many might remember, spent 15 years on CBS4's Sports Desk. We wish him and his family well as he enters hospice care.
International Space Station Flies 260 Miles Above DenverWhat does the Mile High City look like from 260 miles up? The International Space Station passed over Denver just after 10 p.m. MST on Tuesday.
Marshall Fire Burned Lot Listed For SaleFor the first time since the Marshall Fire, evidence is surfacing that some residents are opting out of rebuilding.
Residents Impacted By Marshall Fire Can Register Smoke, Wind-Damaged Items For RemovalBoulder County Public Works Department's Debris Management team will begin phase two of the curbside removal program for those impacted by the Marshall Fire.
Coloradans Grapple With 'Highest Rates In The Entire State' & Solar IssuesThe Sangre de Cristo Electric Association (SDCEA) services 14,000 homes and businesses over a wide area of Colorado, mostly within the Rocky Mountains.
'Unprecedented': 2 Colorado District Attorneys Criticize Gov. Jared Polis For Commuting Sentence For Rogel Aguilera-MederosTwo district attorneys in Colorado are criticizing the governor's decision to commute the sentence of a truck driver who caused a crash that killed four people and injured several others in 2019.
COVID Cases & Labor Shortages Affecting Front Range Walgreens Pharmacy LocationsA combination of COVID-19 cases and staffing shortages is leading to growing frustration with Walgreens' locations across the Front Range.
Another Morning Blast Of SnowWatch Dave Aguilera's Snow Forecast
Arvada Teacher Stephanie Holstein Starts Fundraiser To Get Students To Keystone Science Center Amid Bus Driver ShortagesAn Arvada teacher took matters into her own hands when a lack of school bus drivers threatened a field trip.
Wednesday January 26th CBS News Colorado Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer looks at tonight's numbers for the Nuggets and Nets, and gives you his best bet for the Avs as they host the Bruins and try to keep their home winning streak alive.
What's Next For The Outdoor Retailer ConventionThe Outdoor Retailer Convention contract is nearly up and what happens next is in question.
'Stables to Stethoscopes': Horses Help Doctors With Pandemic Stress, Patient CareBanner Health has created a first-of-its-kind program aimed at teaching resiliency and leadership by taking doctors from the hospital bedside to the barn.
Denver City Council Committee Moves Forward On Plan To Expand Safe Outdoor SpacesA Denver City Council committee has moved forward on a plan to expand Safe Outdoor Spaces for those experiencing homelessness.
Overturned Semi Carrying Totaled Vehicles Blocks Part Of Oxford AvenuePart of Oxford Avenue in Sheridan was closed on Wednesday afternoon after a semi truck overturned. The truck was carrying already-totaled vehicles.
Denver Public Schools Taking More Precautions With Security Over Lesson Plan ProtestDenver Public Schools is taking further precautions with their building entry policies this week after a man gained access to Centennial Elementary School.
Deadly Arson Suspects Will Have Case Tried In Adult CourtThe request to have their cases moved to juvenile court has been denied.
State Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Study Psilocybin Mushrooms & Mental HealthColorado lawmakers are looking into how psilocybin mushrooms could help with mental health treatment in the state.