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Breezy And Very Warm Ahead Of Thursday's Cool FrontMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.
Denver Public School employees rally for higher wagesEmployees at Denver Public Schools, including teachers and paraprofessionals, rallied to be paid $20 an hour.
Nonprofit describes dangers of travelling for undocumented immigrantsAs the number of dead made the discovery of an abandoned tractor trailer packed with migrants the worst such tragedy in U.S. history, discussion again rose about the dangers of smuggling and life in the shadows of illegal immigration.
Street racing reports continue to increaseAs street racing concerns grow there's renewed focus on how to get these dangerous drivers off the street.
Campaign 2022: Colorado voters choose challengers in several racesThe June primary in Colorado revealed not all of the Republican party are election deniers.
Crime Without PunishmentWatch CBS4 News at 10 p.m. to see how well Denver is doing to solve murders.
Colorado seeing surge of outbound moves from the state this summerIt is the height of the busy moving season and several large van lines tell us they’re seeing a surge of bookings for people moving out of Colorado.
A look at the Colorado primary racesCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd gives us a look a the races to watch in the Colorado primary election.
CSU using renewable energy to teach studentsColorado State University is now on the leading front of research universities after obtaining a 3.5 megawatt gas turbine donation.
Police Across Denver Metro Area Investigating Multiple ShootingsSeveral shootings around the Denver metro area left several people injured.
Suspected Truck Thief Shot & Killed By Arvada PoliceA call about a stolen vehicle ended with a shooting involving Arvada Police on Monday night. Police say they were called to the area near 58th Avenue and Wadsworth Boulevard at around 9 p.m.
Denver aims to help combat climate change with price hike for trash serviceThe price of picking up trash is going up. Starting on Jan. 1, 2022, Denver residents will have to pay for trash pick up - people like Chris King.
Summer Sizzle For Wednesday Before Thursday FrontWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
It's a real family affair for one of the food trucks that will be at Independence Eve in DenverWhat's better for a 4th of July party than barbecue? The Hedahl family will be serving up their barbecued pork and chicken for Independence Eve from within their Still Smokin BBQ food truck.
A New Investigation Shows That The Homicide Clearance Rate Is At An All Time LowCBS4 has teamed up with CBS News to take a look at what is causing this.
One Families Tragedy May Now Help Other Protect Other FamiliesAfter a family lost their son to a drowning at Lake Granby a water rescue team has now been created.
Fire At A Waste Management Transfer Center Is Still Burning & Has Some Concerned About Air QualityA fire that started over 24 hours ago has some concerned about what all the smoke my be doing to our air quality.
Businesses Around Denver Are Gearing Up For The Demands Of Fans Heading Downtown For The Avalanche Stanley Cup ParadeThe last time the city hosted a championship parade and rally business were able to cash in big.
Colorado Springs Woman Searching For Stolen Food TruckA Colorado Springs woman says her food truck was stolen early Sunday morning right off of her property.
Halligan Fire spreads to 125 acres, 0% containment northwest of Fort Collins; no threats reportedThe Halligan Fire was sparked by lighting strikes Monday evening in the area of the Halligan Reservoir outside of Livermore and northwest of Fort Collins.
The Northern Arapahoe Tribe & Arapahoe County Board Signed An Agreement To Formalize A Relationship Between The TwoThe agreement had been in the works for more than a year.
Alamosa Volunteer Search & Rescue Team Rescued Two Out Of State HikersThe hikers were ill prepared for the type of conditions they encountered.
A Man In Larimer County Has Been Arrested For Child Sex CrimesThe man was caught after a two-month investigation.
Denver Metro Area Superintendents Voice Support For Adams 14 SchoolsMore than a dozen Denver metro area superintendents are telling the Colorado Board of Education they are disappointed in the way Adams 14 Schools was treated.