Community Gathers To Light First Candle On 9-Foot Menorah In ArvadaSunday is the first night of Hanukkah and people gathered in Olde Town Arvada to light the first candle on a nine-foot Menorah. It's all in honor of good Samaritan Johnny Hurley and Officer Gordon Beasley. Both died in June after a gunman shot and killed Beasley, Hurley killed the gunman, and a second officer shot Hurley. The hope for the lighting in Olde Town Square was to replace darkness with light at the site of the shootings.
Drought Supporting Pattern Continues For Week AheadWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Denver Police Investigating Death Of Jacob Brady As HomicideDenver police are investigating the death of Jacob Brady as a homicide and asking anyone with information to come forward.
5 Shot In Aurora: Victims Range From 16-20 Years OldFour teens and a young adult were shot near East Colfax Avenue and North Dayton Street in Aurora Saturday night. The victims, who range in age from 16-20 years old, are expected to survive.
High School Students At Aurora Public Schools Won't Be Able To Leave For LunchAfter recent shootings involving teens in Aurora, high school students within Aurora Public Schools will not be able to leave for their lunch break -- for the next several weeks.
Local Holiday Markets Give Small Businesses Much-Needed BoostOlde Town Arvada pulled out all the stops for Small Business Saturday! CBS4 Reporter Marissa Armas shows us how critical this is for local businesses.
Highs Sunday Will Run As Much As 20 Degrees Above NormalMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.
Together 4 Colorado Toy Drive Runs Through December 24King Soopers will be collecting new, unwrapped toys at all Metro Area locations through December 24th. Viewers are encouraged to donate items such as toys, games, art kits, DVDs, video games, sporting equipment, electronics, helmets and other gifts for children and youth. All items will be distributed at Boys & Girls Clubs’ holiday parties so that every child gets a gift this year.
Thanksgiving Travel: Busy Weekend Expected At Denver International AirportDenver International Airport was expected to host over 200,000 travelers on the Saturday and Sunday after Thanksgiving.
Mile High Holiday Market: Denver's Dairy Block Gets Decked OutAs part of the Mile High Holiday Market, Dairy Block in downtown Denver is all decked out for the season. The market features a variety of vendors - and they're all local! CBS4 Reporter Mekialaya White shows us the magic of the market.
Fort Collins Home Destroyed By Fire Early SaturdayIn Fort Collins, a home was destroyed by a fire early Saturday morning.
Olde Town Arvada Hosts 'Holiday Makers Market' Showcasing Local BusinessesOlde Town Arvada pulled out all the stops for Small Business Saturday! CBS4 Reporter Marissa Armas shows us how critical this is for local businesses.
Indigenous Business Owners Encourage People To Buy From Local Indigenous Businesses This Holiday SeasonThe day after Black Friday has traditionally small business Saturday. People are encouraged to spend money at smaller and local businesses. If you were at the National Western Center in Denver Saturday, you could also buy American.
Deadly Head-On Crash On Highway 86 Happened 'Short Time' After Deputy Tried To Stop Driver, Sheriff's Office SaysThe deadly head-on crash that happened Friday morning on Highway 86, just east of Elizabeth, occurred just a "short time" after a deputy attempted to stop the driver of a Hyundai, officials say.
Aurora Police: Suspected Drunk Driver Survives Crash That Killed PassengerPolice say the suspected drunk driver ran a red light and crashed into another vehicle at North Airport Boulevard and East 6th Avenue.
Aurora Public Schools Closes All High School Campuses After 2 Shootings Involving StudentsAll high schools in Aurora Public Schools will have closed campuses, starting Monday. The change comes after a pair of shootings the week before Thanksgiving -- and will stay in effect at least through winter break.
Colorado Daughter Of America's First Man In Space to Fly In Blue Origin RocketThe idea for going on a Blue Origin rocket to space came up when she was at a 50th anniversary celebration of the Apollo 14 trip her father took to the moon, when he was the fifth person ever to walk on moon.
Video Shows Fatal Shooting Between Teen And Ex-Officer In AuroraA 17-year-old boy was killed after exchanging gunfire with a 36-year-old man in a southeast Aurora neighborhood Wednesday night, according to police.
Deadly Head-On Crash On Highway 86 Happened Shortly After Deputy Tried To Stop Driver, Sheriff's Office SaysThe deadly head-on crash that happened Friday morning on Highway 86, just east of Elizabeth, occurred just a "short time" after a deputy attempted to stop the driver of a Hyundai, officials say. The driver of the Hyundai and the driver of a Ford Mustang were both killed in the crash.
Fraudsters Still Potentially Impacting 1,050 Innocent Unemployment Claims In ColoradoThere are still some people who aren't able to enjoy the holidays as much this year, because their unemployment claims are being held up by fraudulent activity.
Broomfield Remains Exception To Mask Mandate In Denver Metro AreaWelcome to Broomfield, where you can shop indoors without wearing a mask. It is one of the few places in the Denver metro area not under such a requirement.
Doctors Concerned New Omicron Variant Could Spread More Easily Than Other VariantsHealth professionals around the world have growing concerns about the new COVID-19 variant, now being identified as the Omicron strain, because they say it might be more transmissible than other variants.
Video Shows Fatal Shooting Between Teen And Ex-Officer In AuroraA 17-year-old boy was killed after exchanging gunfire with a 36-year-old man in a southeast Aurora neighborhood Wednesday night, according to police. It happened around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 4900 block of South Addison Way, near Gun Club Road and Belleview Avenue.
Colorado Shoppers Return To Stores On Black FridayRetailers are making a big comeback -- and setting records -- thanks to consumer spending habits.