Greeley police arrested a man they say set several fires, damaged property and turned off the power to a 24-unit apartment complex.
Monday January 17th CBSN Denver Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer gives you his thoughts on tonight's Super Wild Card Weekend finale between the Cardinals and Rams.
Annual Martin Luther King Jr. 'Marade' Held In DenverThe 37th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Marade kicked off Monday morning in Denver with speeches by activists and advocates at the “I have a Dream” Monument in City Park.
Mild Start To The Week, Then Back To Winter WeatherWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Both Sides Set To Meet On Sixth Day Worker Strike Amid Dispute With King SoopersNegotiations are set to resume Monday afternoon between King Soopers and UFCW Local 7, the union representing workers striking for the sixth day.
Safeway Stores Take On Increased Grocery Demand Amid King Soopers Worker StrikeWhile one major grocery store chain is nearly empty do to an employee strike, another is being directly impacted and seeing an overwhelming amount of demand.
Pond Hockey Tournament In Silverthorne Raises Money For Sick, Injured PlayersHundreds of players joined a pond hockey tournament at North Pond Park in Summit County. Dawg Nation Hockey Foundation puts the event on every year as a fundraiser. It has provided money and assistance to sick and injured hockey players over the years.
Smoke And Wind Damage Assessments Underway For Homes Still Standing After Marshall FireOn Sunday, volunteers began going door to door in Louisville, Superior, and other parts of Boulder County to assess how much smoke and wind damage was done to properties not destroyed by the Marshall Fire.
Aurora High School Students Use 'I Have A Dream' Speech To Share Their Own Hopes For The FutureStudents at Empower Community High School in Aurora held a virtual youth summit about their hopes and dreams, in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Eagle County Drops Indoor Mask Mandate Almost A Month After Reinstating ItStarting Monday, Eagle County will no longer require masks be worn inside to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Mask requirements for schools will stay in effect until Friday, but then are also set to expire.
Boulder's Dairy Arts Center Hosting Once-In-A-Lifetime Exhibit Of Photos From The Civil Rights MovementIf you are looking for a good place to learn about history and the struggle for civil rights, the Dairy Art Center in Boulder has a temporary photo exhibit that you might want to check out.
Tattoo Artists From Across Colorado Raise Funds For Victims Of Deadly Shooting SpreeOn Sunday, tattoo shops in Colorado joined a fundraising effort to raise money for the families of the five victims killed on Dec. 27th in a shooting spree from Denver to Lakewood.
Digital TV Newscast 1/17/21CBS4 is covering Colorado first.
Very Mild MLK Day, Then Changes AheadWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
The Latest on the Nuggets with Michael Spencer and Mike SingerMike Singer of the Denver Post joined Michael Spencer on PointsBet All Access to discuss the latest with the Denver Nuggets including the possible returns of Michael Porter Jr. and Jamal Murray.
Mild And Dry Start To The WeekMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.
Young Colorado Boy, Lewis Browning, Honored At Colorado Avalanche GameThe hockey community in Colorado is pulling together to remember a 10-year-old boy who died after being hit by a car in Vail on Jan. 13.
Truck Owner Faces Charges After Confessing To Crashing Into Idaho Springs HomeIdaho Springs police say the owner of a truck tried to pass off his truck as stolen before it ran into a home early Saturday morning.
'Church Fire' Northwest Of Fort Collins Now Fully ContainedThe Livermore Fire Protection District responded to a 10 acre grass fire northwest of Fort Collins, near Virgina Dale Church.
Amtrak's Winter Park Express Returns To Make Trips Out Of DenverThe first train of the season took off from Union Station in Denver at 7 a.m. Friday.
Following Meeting With 'Little Progress', King Soopers Strike Enters Fifth DaySeveral local organizations are standing in solidarity with those on the picket lines.
Several Events Planned To Honor Martin Luther King, Jr. Across ColoradoCommunities are hosting several commemoration and public service events in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. across the Denver metro area and the Front Range.
3 Pedestrians Hit, Injured In Adams County Crash Stemming From Domestic Violence IncidentAdams County Sheriff's deputies say three people were hit by a vehicle on Saturday afternoon.
Lines At Grocery Give Away In Boulder County Highlights Need Following The Marshall FireThe Boulder County community is still trying to pick up the pieces after the historic Marshall fire. Boulder County residents who had their lives turned upside down, had a chance Saturday morning to pick up some essentials free of charge.
Some COVID Testing Sites Ordered To Close By Colorado AGThe Colorado Attorney General's Office ordered the closure of several COVID testing locations for "failing to report COVID-19 testing results and cases to CDPHE as required by state law."