The number of Coloradans seeking support for evictions is back to pre-pandemic levels. Nearly 1,000 people reached out to Colorado Housing Connects last week alone.
Another Warm Day With Late Day ThunderstormsWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Civic Center EATS Is Back With A New Inclusive InitiativeA delicious tradition is returning to Civic Center Park in Denver. Starting on May 19, food trucks will line up to be part of this year's Civic Center EATS. Organizers say they've added music this year as well as a pay-as-you-are-able initiative called EATS for ALL.
DPS Employees, Parents Protest Low Wages Amid Higher Cost Of LivingSome Denver Public School employees are protesting for higher wages, saying the district's minimum wage is not enough to survive in Denver. The minimum wage in Denver is $15.87.
VIDEO: Suspects Wanted In Double Shooting At Denver HotelDenver Police need help identifying two suspects believed to be involved in a shooting at a hotel last week. Investigators responded to the Nativ Hotel on Wazee Street at around 2 a.m. on May 8.
Concealed Carry Ordinance Passes In DenverAt a meeting on Monday, Denver’s City Council approved reinstating a prohibition on allowing people with concealed carry firearms permits to carry in city facilities and buildings. The vote was an overwhelming 9-3.
Robin Niceta Charged With Making False Allegation Against CouncilmemberRobin Niceta, a former social worker with Arapahoe County, was charged Monday morning with retaliation against an elected official and making a false report. Niceta is the partner of former Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Wilson.
Help 'Stop The Bleed' This MonthDoctors and first responders in Colorado are calling attention to the Stop the Bleed initiative. The goal is to get more people educated on an important live saving skill -- stopping blood loss.
Xfinity Monday Live May 16thColorado Avalanche analyst and former Avs player Mark Rycroft joined Michael Spencer for Xfinity Monday Live to preview the Avs upcoming series with the St. Louis Blues.
Hanging Lake Trail Getting Closer To Reopening After Mudslides & Fire DamageU.S. Forest Service officials and the city of Glenwood Springs are preparing to show off part of the ever-popular Hanging Lake Trail.
Bonnie Brae In Denver Reopens Indoor ParlorBonnie Brae Ice Cream has reopened its indoor parlor in Denver.
Neighbors Along W Line Worry About Drugs & CrimeDrone video showing the RTD W light rail station on Knox Court shows groups congregating, some not waiting for a train at all. Neighbors say drugs, including fentanyl, are rampant.
Gas Prices To Keep Climbing This SummerWe’ve hit an expensive milestone in Colorado and across the country. Gas prices continue to climb, reaching a new high on Monday and it’s not expected to drop for quite some time.
Big Cool Down & Wet Weather This WeekWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Children's Hospital Colorado Continues Push To Invest In Mental Health As Younger Generation StrugglesOne year ago, Children's Hospital Colorado declared a state of emergency in youth mental health.
Coloradan In Space: Jessica Watkins Talks To Fairview High Students From International Space StationColorado astronaut Jessica Watkins made history last month when she become the first Black woman on a long-duration space mission.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy Addresses CU Boulder StudentsStudents at the University of Colorado Boulder had the chance to hear Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy speak virtually amid the war in his country.
Wildfire In Teller County Grows To Over 1,500 AcresA wildfire west of Cripple Creek in Teller County has grown to over 1,500 acres.
Arapahoe County Social Worker Charged With Making False Allegation Against CouncilmemberRobin Niceta, a former social worker with Arapahoe County, was charged Monday morning with retaliation against an elected official, a class 6 felony, and making a false report, a misdemeanor.
Aurora Launches Grant Program To Help Small Businesses, Nonprofits Improve Safety, SecurityAs of Monday, $3 million is available to businesses in Aurora.
'Getting Very Desperate': Parents Who Rely On Food Banks Struggle To Find Baby FormulaAs a national shortage of baby formula continues to impact young parents across Colorado, now the issue has started to reach a crisis level.
Boulder City Council Considers Reinstating Ban On Assault-Style WeaponsThe Boulder City Council is considering reinstating its ban on assault-style weapons.
Debris Floating Down Poudre River Closes Part Of Poudre River Whitewater ParkThe Poudre River Whitewater Park is expected to be closed for a couple of days for crews to clean up some debris from the Cache la Poudre River.
Monday May 16th CBS News Colorado Daily SportslineMichael Spencer looks at the Avs-Blues series and gives you his best bet for the series.
Avs Prepare For Series With BluesMichael Spencer and Adrian Dater from Colorado Hockey Now discuss the upcoming series between the Avs and Blues and whether or not Colorado has had too much rest after sweeping the Predators in round one.