Colorado is celebrating a major milestone in its comeback. On Friday morning the excitement was palpable at the Colorado Convention Center as at least 10,000 people gathered for the Crossroads Volleyball Tournament.
Gov. Jared Polis Targets Interstate 70 Stretch Between Floyd Hill And Idaho Springs At Bill SigningThe traffic backup from the bottleneck around Floyd Hill can turn the interstate into a parking lot on weekends in the winter and summer.
Community Leaders Believe Juneteenth Holiday Offers Opportunity For Everyone To LearnSome have been waiting for the recognition of Juneteenth their entire lives, others don't understand how it impacts their lives.
Shelter In Place Ordered In Arvada As Police Search For Homicide Suspect After PursuitMultiple law enforcement agencies searched for a homicide suspect after a pursuit ended in Arvada on Thursday night.
Vail, Beaver Creek, Winter Park, Breckenridge Ski Areas Open For Summer SeasonVail, Beaver Creek and Winter Park are opening for the summer season on Saturday.
Senators John Hickenlooper & Michael Bennet Push For Sweeping Public Lands BillA sweeping bill to protect 400,000 acres of public land in Colorado could soon become law.
CU Board Of Regents Vote To Keep Mandatory COVID Vaccine RequirementThe CU Board of Regents voted down the resolution, keeping the COVID vaccine requirement this fall.
Crews Tour Wildfire Damage In Rocky Mountain National ParkRocky Mountain National Park officials say they are doing everything they can to mitigate fire risks this year.
Proposed Rule Change Could Allow More Pollution In Colorado Rivers And StreamsA proposal by the Colorado Water Quality Control Commission could allow industries to discharge more pollution into Colorado's rivers and streams.
Why Colorado Roads Buckle Under Extreme HeatThe intense heat is so strong it sometimes turns Colorado's roads into obstacle courses.
Kathleen And Antenor Velazco Identified As Victims Of Plane Crash South Of Centennial AirportThe Douglas County Coroner's Office has identified the victims of Wednesday's plane crash as Kathleen Velazco, 65, and Antenor Velazco, 73.
Five Points Businesses Excited About Return Of In-Person Juneteenth CelebrationsBusiness owners say events over one weekend can bring in a month's worth of revenue.
Money From New Infrastructure Bill Could Help Floyd Hill IssueA new bill would collect $5.3 billon over 10 years, the money would then be used to fix roads and help fund public transportation projects.
Could Recent Supreme Court Decision Affect Colorado Adoptions?The Supreme Court sided with a Catholic foster care, now some wonder how that may affect Colorado.
Not As Hot On FridayWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Kenny Chesney Announces 2022 Date For Concert At Empower Field At Mile HighThe country music star will perform for his "No Shoes Nation" fans at the stadium where the Denver Broncos play on July 30, 2022.
Future Leaders Winner Learning Aerospace In Civil Air PatrolThe Future Leaders winner for June is Amber Ganger, a rising sophomore Prospect Ridge Academy. She also volunteers with the Civil Air Patrol.
'Little Slice Of Hell' Home Expected To Sell For $590K In Hot Colorado MarketThe real estate market in Colorado is so hot that even a "little slice of hell" is expected to sell for over $590,000.
All Evacuations Lifted In Vosburg Pike Fire Burning Near DurangoThe Vosburg Pike Fire has burned 70 acres and was 75% contained, as of Thursday afternoon.
Colorado Secretary Of State's Office Put Emergency Rules Into Place Regarding Who Can Access Voting EquipmentThird parties will not be able to access voting equipment.
Get Ready For Some Fun Summer Activities At Vail Resorts!CBS4 interviewed two spokeswomen for Vail Resorts on Thursday.
Boulder Police Ask For Help Locating Woman Who Took Maltese PuppyAnimal protection officers in Boulder are asking for the public's help to find a puppy that ran away from a business last week. Officers released a photo of a woman who found the 4-month-old Maltese puppy and picked it up.
'Numbers In Nature: A Mirror Maze' Opens At Denver Museum Of Nature And ScienceRyan Greene went to get a firsthand look at the museum's newest exhibit, which shows the patterns and math in nature and every day life.
Thursday June 17th CBSN Denver Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer takes a look at tonight's Rockies game, a potential bounce back night for German Marquez, and a best bet on the ice.
Series Of COVID Vaccine Clinics Planned To Commemorate JuneteenthThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is hosting a special series of COVID-19 vaccine clinics to commemorate Juneteenth.