AAPI Heritage Month
National Park Service Wants To Increase Entrance Fee To Bent’s Old FortBent’s Old Fort National Historic Site is considering increasing fees for the first time in 25 years.
The Summit Of Pikes Peak Is Opening June 15thPikes Peak also announced that their new summit visitor center will open by June 30th.
The Mayor Of Broomfield Is Stepping DownHe submitted his resignation on Monday with his last day set as May 23rd.
Denver Water Is Working To Modernize The Northern Part Of Its SystemA new treatment plant is being built north of Golden.
Englewood Police: Officer-Involved Shooting Takes Place Outside Apartment ComplexThere's a large police presence outside an apartment complex after an apparent officer-involved shooting in Englewood. It happened at 1401 East Girard Avenue, that's a few blocks north of East Hampden Avenue.
'I Slapped Her': School Bus Driver Bertram Jaquez Admits Hitting 10-Year-Old Girl In Dispute Over Face MaskA school bus driver admits he slapped a 10-year-old girl -- in a dispute over how she was wearing her face mask. It happened in April in Fremont County and was captured by surveillance cameras. Some may find the video disturbing.
Digital TV Newscast 5-18-21CBS4 is covering Colorado first.
A Few More Showers TodayWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
COVID Pandemic Takes A Chunk Out Of Automobile IndustryProduction on vehicles shifted during the pandemic, now it's struggling to catch up.
Maggie Long's Murder Now Viewed As Possible Hate Crime, FBI SaysCBS4 has learned the FBI is taking a different approach to the unsolved 2017 murder of Maggie Long in Park County.
Gwen Erffmeyer Inglis Remembered As Beautiful, Devoted WomanLakewood police identified the cyclist who died after being hit by a driver on Alameda Avenue Sunday morning.
Colorado's Comeback: Red Rocks & Other Venues Look Forward To Full CapacityLarge venues are starting to breathe the heady air of greater capacities.
Traffic Alert: Denver Storm Water Project To Close Portion Of 17th Ave. For Several MonthsA long-term closure of 17th Avenue is planned next week in Denver's South Park Hill neighborhood.
CU Denver Celebrates 2,100 Graduates With In-Person Commencement CeremonyThe University of Colorado Denver held an in-person commencement ceremony on Monday to celebrate 2,100 graduates.
From Last To First; Adam Foote's Take On Bednar Turning The Avalanche AroundFormer Avalanche defenseman Adam Foote was our guest on Xfinity Monday Live and joins us for A Few Extra Minutes.
Demand For RVs In Colorado Soaring Passed SupplyIt's hard to buy a camper to get to Colorado's high country, a reflection of how busy the summer will be.
Soon-To-Be Open Meow Wolf Denver Gives Sneak Peek At The 4 Floors Of Magic Their Artists Are Working OnMore than 100 Colorado artists are hard at work in a triangular building surrounded by highways in Denver as Meow Wolf gets set to open this fall.
Denver City Council To Vote On Central Park Neighborhood Name ChangeThe Denver City Council will vote on the permanent name change for the Central Park neighborhood. The neighborhood was formally known as Stapleton.
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman To Introduce Camping Ban Ordinance Proposal This WeekAurora Mayor Mike Coffman says on Thursday he will introduce an ordinance prohibiting camping in the city.
Ordering Takeout? Denver Ordinance Aims To Reduce Use Of Plastic Utensils, Napkins & StrawsThe new ordinance changes Denver's Revised Municipal Code to require restaurants and third-party delivery platforms to only provide the single-use items upon request.
Colorado's House Passes Bill To Help Prevent Opioid OverdosesThe Colorado House of Representatives voted to pass two bills which aim to make life-saving overdose reversal drugs more widely accessible.
Police: Owner Of Fort Collins Home Was Unaware Of Renter's Illegal Drug OperationPolice in Fort Collins are encouraging the owners of homes that are being rented out to watch out for drug activity that might be going on there.
Suncor Prepares To Host Community Meetings On Air Monitoring ProgramOn Tuesday, Suncor will host the first of two meetings about its upcoming air monitoring program.
Colorado's Comeback: Red Rocks Shares Date Of Full Capacity ConcertsRed Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison has its sights set on June 21 when they'll be able to host full-capacity concerts.