A group of residents in Westminster organized numerous recall petition signing events.
Group Organizes Recall Petition Events Amid Westminster Water FightA group of residents in Westminster organized numerous recall petition signing events.
House Near Parker Destroyed In Large, Deadly FireA home in unincorporated Douglas County was destroyed by a fire Friday night.
Evacuations Lifted At Site Of Home Explosion In Eagle CountyEvacuation orders for residents near the site of a home explosion in Gypsum were lifted Saturday.
NAACP Fans Out To Get More Black Voters To Register In DenverMichael Reed is on a mission to make sure everyone votes in November.
Hundreds Attend 'Drop The Charges' Protest At State CapitolThe Party for Socialism and Liberation protested outside the Colorado State Capitol on Saturday at noon.
Human Remains Found At Site Of Home Explosion In GypsumThe home exploded south of Gypsum High School after a gas leak on Thursday.
CU Boulder Students Move Out To Make Room For COVID-19 Quarantine DormLess than 1 month into the fall semester, officials ask students to move out.
CU Director Of Football Operations Cited After Taking 108 People On Mt. Sanitas HikeMany participants were not wearing masks or social distancing when on the trail.
'One Of The All-Time Greats': Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser Remembers Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgPhil Weiser was a law clerk for Ginsburg in October 1995.
State Lawmakers Gather With Community To Honor Legacy Of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgCommunity members gathered at City Park in Denver to remember Ginsburg.
Colorado Lawmakers Reflect On Passing Of Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader Ginsburg passed on Friday at the age of 87.
Craig Hospital Kicks Off Pedal 4 Possible, Annual Fundraiser Benefiting Spinal Cord And Brain InjuriesThe annual fundraiser benefits spinal cord and brain injury treatment and research.
Weekly Reality Check: Colorado's Senate Race Heats UpCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd takes a look at the top political stories in Colorado this week.
Reality Check: Sen. Cory Gardner's Ad About Health CareCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd puts the ad about pre-existing conditions to the test.
Group Of Young Women Changing The Way History Is Taught In Denver Public SchoolsThe students at Martin Luther King Jr. Early College created the curriculum.
6 Protesters Arrested In Connection With 4 Separate Protests In AuroraThe protests happened June 27, July 3, July 12 and July 25.
Someone Is Shooting And Poisoning Pets In Fremont CountyA family mourns the loss of one dog while their other one heals from a head wound.
CU Boulder Making Students Move Out Of Dorm To Create Isolation Spaces After Spike In COVID-19 CasesStudents living at a high-rise dormitory at the University of Colorado Boulder must move out by Sunday, just days after they were notified the rooms will be needed for isolating students with COVID-19. The move will double the number of available dorms by using Darley North in Williams Village for quarantined students.
Home Explosion In Gypsum: Investigation Underway, Some Evacuations RemainInvestigators are set to comb through what’s left of a house in Gypsum that was torn apart by an explosion and fire on Thursday. The home exploded south of Gypsum High School after a gas leak and authorities evacuated the neighborhood.
After Fatal Shooting In Walmart Parking Lot, Lakewood Officers Kill Gunman NearbyLakewood police officers shot and killed a man who fatally shot a person in a car in a Walmart parking lot on Friday morning. The initial shooting happened at 10:25 a.m. at the store at 4th and Wadsworth Boulevard and the killing of the shooter by police took place a short time later.
Restaurants Are Prepping For The Change Of Season With Weatherproof DiningRestaurants are beginning to set up outdoor weatherproof dining options so guests can still social distance while dining in the colder months.
K9 Viper Helps Find $95K In Meth And Cocaine During Traffic Stop In BrightonWeld County Deputies seized more than $95,000 worth of illegal narcotics during a traffic stop in Brighton last Thursday. K9 Viper, and deputy handler Larry Neugebauer, located the drugs after the suspects vehicle left a known drug house.
Postal Service To Destroy Undelivered Election Mailers As Part Of Settlement With ColoradoThe U.S. Postal Service will give Colorado election officials the opportunity to preview future national mailings pertaining to voting procedures for the upcoming 2020 election. USPS will also destroy the remaining postcards that have not been delivered in its most recent election-related mailing.
Missing: 12-Year-Old Dorian Ortiz Believed To Be With Mom Who Doesn't Have CustodyThe Larimer County Sheriff's Office is looking for a boy who has been missing since Sept. 5. Dorian Ortiz, 12, is believed to be with his mother Jessica, somewhere in the Denver metro area. Investigators say his mother does not have custodial rights.