There is some welcome news for a family who fled the Marshall Fire with just a few precious items -- and then had their car stolen from the hotel parking lot where they were staying. Two weeks after the devastating fire, deputies found the stolen SUV, with their irreplaceable belongings still inside.
Camels In Colorado Provide Milk Alternative: 'It's Quite A Process'A Colorado dairy farmer is one of only two licensed camel milk producers in the country.
Colorado Aims To Bring Awareness & Highlight Significance Of JuneteenthColorado companies are hoping to set an example for celebrating Juneteenth.
Colorado Parents Try To Navigate Yet Another School ShootingThe question of how to keep our children safe in schools has haunted Colorado since the Columbine High School shooting in 1999.
Colorado Latinos Impacted By Loss In Uvalde School ShootingThe word “Welcome” is bolted at the top of the school’s brick sign, and “Bienvenidos” at the bottom.
SWAT Team Responds To Home Of Suspected Bank Robber In Adams CountyAt least three agencies responded to the home of a suspected bank robber in unincorporated Adams County where the suspect barricaded himself. Negotiations have been underway for more than three hours as of 5 p.m.
Latino Community In Aurora Seeing Uptick In Violence Among YouthAurora in particular has been rocked by gun violence among teens.
Job Offers Pour In For Some Thornton GradsImagine graduating high school with multiple job offers. It is happening for students in Adams County.
Experts Say It's Important To Talk To Your Kids About School Shootings"Our world has gone through a really terrifying and scary event, and our kids are aware of that," said Dr. Jenna Glover, Clinical Child Psychologist at Children's Hospital Colorado. "If we don't talk to them directly about that, often times it leads to increased feelings of fear and uncertainty, and increased worry."
Columbine Survivor Says Progress Can't Fall To ApathyCrystal Woodman-Miller says her faith keeps her from losing hope, and she still believes in the good of humanity.
After Latest Gun Violence Tragedy Many Question If Gun Buyback WorksCommunity gun buyback programs aim to curb gun violence.
Frank Deangelis Center Is Helping To Train Law Enforcement In Active Shooter ResponseThe center opened in March of 2019 and has helped train many law enforcement in active shooter response.
Colorado's Diana DeGette Leads Hearing Over Nationwide Baby Formula ShortageAs a new shipment of baby formula arrives in the United States from Germany, U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette, representing Colorado's 1st District, led a hearing today with the FDA and the Abbott factory at the center of the formula shortage.
Big Warm Up Before More Rain ChancesWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
8th Grader Credits His School For Helping Save His LifeTears and cheers were common at Wednesday’s ceremony as families celebrated eight students taking the next step in their education.
'Class Dismissed!': Thunderbirds Help Celebrate Air Force Academy GraduatesIt's the quintessential scene each May in Colorado; Air Force Academy graduates tossing their caps as the Air Force Thunderbirds roar overhead.
Gov. Jared Polis Signs Fentanyl Bill Into LawA bill to fight the fentanyl crisis was signed into law on Wednesday by Gov. Jared Polis.
Elijah McClain's Mother Invited To Watch Pres. Joe Biden Sign Police Accountability Executive OrderElijah McClain's mother visited Washington DC this week as President Joe Biden signed an executive order on police accountability.
Luke Braziel Sentenced For Role In 2019 Drug RingLuke Braziel was sentenced to 120 years in prison a month after he was found guilty for his role in a major drug ring in 2019.
#PerinsPeakFire Burns More Than 100 Acres Near DurangoFirefighters in La Plata County say they believe a new wildfire was caused by humans.
Inspection Of Iconic DIA Roof Reveals 'Critical' IssuesAn inspection of the celebrated tented roof over Denver International Airport in late 2021 revealed "critical" issues in some of the cables supporting the roof. Inspectors say some steel cables were "overloaded" and others were at risk of failure.
Colorado Parks & Wildlife Had To Help A Gosling At Garden Of The Gods After Visitor Picked It UpA visitor got to close to the gosling and picked it up causing CPW to have to intervene.
Loveland Ski Area Hosts Lottery For Chairlift SaleLoveland Ski Area is replacing their chairlift this summer and that means they're getting rid of some of the old chairlifts.
Meet DonnaTo learn more about the children featured on CBS4 newscasts and on our stream on Wednesdays, visit Raise The Future's website at https://www.raisethefuture.org/.
Warming Trend Under Way!Watch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.