It was a long-awaited return for many on Saturday morning, with colorful balloons, a blaring summer playlist and crowds lining the sidewalk for as far as the eye could see.
Water World Officially Opens For The 2022 Summer Season With Crowds, Balloons & MusicIt was a long-awaited return for many on Saturday morning, with colorful balloons, a blaring summer playlist and crowds lining the sidewalk for as far as the eye could see.
Lack Of Lifeguards Forces Many Public Pools In Denver Area To Change Hours, Or CloseA lack of lifeguards is forcing many public pools to change their hours, or even close for the season.
Rocky Mountain National Park Opens Entirety Of Trail Ridge Road For The SeasonRocky Mountain National Park has opened the entirety of Trail Ridge Road for the season.
Colorado Families Have New Tool To Test For Celiac DiseaseMay is celiac disease awareness month.
Colorado Health Officials Report Second Presumptive Monkeypox CaseThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Public Health has confirmed a second presumptive monkeypox case in the state.
Boulder County Moves Into 'High Level' For COVID CasesThe move from medium to high is based on Centers for Disease Control and Prevention metrics.
DIA Roof: Councilman Calls For Expedited Action PlanFollowing a CBS4 Investigation that found "critical" problems with the tented roof covering DIA's main terminal, Denver City Councilman Kevin Flynn has asked DIA administrators to provide an "action plan" on what they intend to do and when they intend to do it.
Denver Police Department Hit With More Lawsuits Following 2020 ProtestsAnother round of lawsuits accuse Denver police officers of excessive force on protesters during the summer of 2020.
Aurora Youth Violence: How To Get Latino Community Involved In ConversationsAurora Police Department data obtained by CBS4 shows that more Latino youth are involved in violence in the city than Black youth.
Northfield High School Students Call For Gun Control Legislation Day After School Was Placed On Lockdown, EvacuatedDozens of students from the Denver area gathered at the steps of the Colorado State Capitol building to call for legislation that would further regulate who has access to guns, and the types of guns available on the market.
Boulder County Moves Into 'High Level' For COVID CasesBoulder County has moved into high COVID-19 community levels. The move from medium to high is based on Centers for Disease Control and Prevention metrics.
In Your Neighborhood: First Alert Weather Trackers Heads To NorthglennThe First Alert Weather Tracker visited E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park in Northglenn.
So Much Snow Prevents Mount Evans From Opening This Memorial Day WeekendAmerica's highest paved road in North America will remain closed through the Memorial Day weekend.
Rancher Proposes Possible Solution To Wild Horse DebateA rancher tells CBS4 wild horses could be spared of being rounded up into holding facilities, and instead could be used to help mitigate wildfires.
Is Summer The New Winter In Colorado's High Country?Mountain towns have long leaned on winter season tourism to push through less busy parts of the year, but now a steady stream of tourists in the summer months have created a profitable season that lasts almost all year long for places like Breckenridge and Frisco.
Colorado Health Officials Report Second Presumptive Monkeypox CaseThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Public Health has confirmed a second presumptive monkeypox case and is awaiting CDC confirmation.
2-Year-Old Boy Drowns At Aurora PondAurora Police say a 2-year-old boy drowned on Friday in a pond at Expo Park.
Animal Shelters In Colorado Desperate To Free Up SpaceSome animal shelters in Denver say they don't have anymore room for pet surrenders. They need people to adopt or foster.
Windy And Warm Ahead Of Approaching Sunday StormMeteorologist Chris Spears has your holiday weekend forecast.
Colorado Is In The Top 10 For 'Best States For Millennials'In a new ranking of the top states for millennials to live in, Colorado makes the Top 10.
Rabies Found In Bat At Jefferson County ParkJefferson County Public Health officials are warning people of rabid bat found at a park in Littleton.
Colorado Congressman Introduces Bill To Protect Military Academy Cadets From Punishment Over VaccinesA Colorado congressman introduced legislation which protects military academy students who refuse to get vaccinated.
Denver Police Face Another Lawsuit Stemming From 2020 ProtestsThe Denver Police Department is facing another lawsuit for its response to the 2020 protests after George Floyd's death.
Daniel Stonebarger En Route To Prison For Fraudulently Obtaining Nearly $900,000 In COVID Relief FundsA 50-year-old Highlands Ranch man, Daniel Stonebarger, was sentenced to 41 months in federal prison Thursday after he received nearly $900,000 in federal and state pandemic relief funds intended for struggling businesses.