More than 100 miles north of Denver, a team of forensic scientists in Wyoming are tasked throughout the year to help solve criminal cases in the State of Colorado.

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So-Called 'CSI Laramie Lab' Helps Colorado Wildlife Officers Investigate Game Poaching, AttacksMore than 100 miles north of Denver, a team of forensic scientists in Wyoming are tasked throughout the year to help solve criminal cases in the State of Colorado.
Kristen Miller Helps Jeffco K9s Get Life Saving GearKristen Miller has made it her mission to give back to dogs serving in law enforcement.
230 Acre Farm In Westminster To Be DevelopedOne of the last remaining large undeveloped plots of land in the Denver metro area could soon be home to 2,300 homes and businesses.
Attorney Identifies 100 Priests In Sex AbuseAn attorney who represents victims of sex abuse by Catholic Priests called on Colorado legislators to drop the statute of limitations on such crimes on Wednesday.
West Colfax Tradition, Rockley's Music Center, Closes Its Doors After 73 YearsThe oldest business in Lakewood closes up shop.
$5 Million Settlement Paid By Adams County School District 14 Over Teacher Sex AssaultAdams County School District 14 has paid a former 4th grade student who was molested by her teacher $5 million in a settlement the girl’s attorneys characterized as a landmark amount.
Denver Native Showcases Unique Art Which Bridges Rural & Urban LifeDuke Beardsley shares his latest art work on display now in Denver.
Muslim-American Call For Change Following Hijab Discrimination At Pepsi CenterAn employee at the Pepsi Center told Gazella Bensreit to remove her hijab before entering the arena where her daughter was set to sing the national anthem.
Students Rally In Support Of DreamersThe U.S. Supreme Court is taking up the DACA issues.
Metropolitan State University Of Denver Food Pantry Hopes It Can Help Beat The Holiday BluesMSU Denver opened up its food pantry back in 2007, and since then the need has simply grown with its diverse population
CBS4 News Update, 11-13-19CBS4 is Covering Colorado First
'Millie' The Dog Missing After Devastating Crash Near GreeleyA young couple involved in a devastating crash in Weld County is missing a beloved part of their family -- as they struggle to recover from their physical injuries.
State Supreme Court To Rule On Discrimination Case Against Denver HealthThe state’s highest court is set to weigh-in on a year’s long discrimination case filed against Denver Health.
Denver Passes Bill For Common Consumption Areas Similar To Greeley'sThe city of Greeley was the first municipality in the state to pass a similar proposal.
Aspiring Teen Actors Take Behind The Scenes Look At 'Phantom Of The Opera'More than 30 years after debuting in London, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Phantom of the Opera” returns to Denver as part of its revamped North America tour.
Creative Ideas submitted To Jeffco Public School's Innovation Fund ProgramJefferson County Public Schools is giving away up to one million dollars, to improve learning.
State Unveils Plan To Keep College AffordableOver the last ten years, tuition at public universities in Colorado has increased more than 65 percent.
Teen Student Shot Near Collegiate Prep AcademyOfficials with Denver Public Schools confirm a 16-year-old student was shot Tuesday afternoon near Collegiate Prep Academy.
Students Show Support For DACA On Auraria CampusThe U.S. Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments on DACA.
Christmas In Color Drive-Thru Lights Display To Open Second LocationThe show will be going on at Water World in Federal Heights and also the Bandimere Speedway this holiday season.
CBS4 News Update, 11-12-19CBS4 is Covering Colorado First
Marlys Halbeisen Needs Help Sending 18,000 Holiday Cards To Military Members OverseasWith help from some friends, a Wheat Ridge woman has amassed 18,000 holiday cards intended for active-duty military overseas.
Lloyd Chavez Remembered As Case Moves Through Court SystemAt least one of the teenagers involved in the shooting death of a fellow classmate in Centennial last May, will now be tried as a juvenile.
Public Comment Open On Plan To Get Rid Of Green Mountain MunitionsThere is a plan to remove pre-World War II munitions from the Green Mountain area.

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