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State Patrol Investigates After Pedestrian Hit, Killed By Aurora Officer In Police CarColorado State Patrol is investigating a deadly crash after an on-duty Aurora police officer driving a police car hit and killed a pedestrian near a residential area Monday night.
Big Changes Coming WednesdayWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Teenage Black Cowgirl Owning Her Mission To Encourage Others Like HerThe National Western Stock show honored the life of Martin Luther King Jr. Monday night by hosting the MLK Junior African American Heritage rodeo.
Colorado Shoppers Running Into Empty Shelves As King Soopers Strike Goes OnAs the King Soopers grocery strike ended another day Monday, shoppers settled into the new reality of deciding where they would do their business.
Generous Coloradans Quilt Blankets For Marshall Fire VictimsA collective of quilters across Colorado has been making quilts since the Marshall Fire first started.
Boulder County Landlord Surprised Other Landlords Are Price Gouging Following Marshall FireRenters, real estate professionals, and even Boulder County officials have noticed some landlords appear to be significantly raising their prices; taking advantage of the already thin housing market in the wake of the Marshall Fire.
Hostage Situation Raises Concerns; Coloradans Invited To Interfaith ConversationCommunity, government and faith leaders in Colorado will take part in a virtual event on Tuesday in response to the weekend’s hostage situation in Texas.
David Lesh Fined $10,000 For Environmentally Insensitive Social Media Posts Promoting His BusinessColorado entrepreneur David Lesh gained notoriety by showing himself behaving badly in beautiful outdoor settings. Those actions led him to appear in a much different environment - the inside of a courtroom.
CU Researchers Studying Air Quality Inside Homes Left Standing From Marshall FireCBS4 tagged along with researchers from CU Boulder, studying air quality inside homes still standing.
As Part Of MLK, Jr. Mission, Brother Jeff & NAACP Help Those In NeedDozens of people gathered outside the Martin Luther King Jr. Library on Colfax Avenue on Monday afternoon to fulfill one of Dr. King’s many missions: taking care of those who are hungry or in need.
I-70 Had Record Amount Of Traffic Due To Long Holiday WeekendMonday was slow going along I-70 in Summit county due to people taking advantage of the long weekend.
A New Law Gives Victims Of Sex Abuse From Decades Ago A Chane To File Suits Against Accused PerpetratorsThe first civil case has been filed under a Colorado law that took effect on the first of the year which did away with the statute of limitations.
King Soopers & Union Were Back At The Negotiation Table TodayMonday marks day six of Kings Soopers workers being on strike over contract negotiations.
Thousands Of People Joined The Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Marade In Denver MondayThe 37th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Marade kicked off Monday morning in Denver with speeches by activists and advocates at the “I have a Dream” Monument in City Park.
Sharply Colder By Wednesday With Light Snow ShowersMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.
Semi-Truck Catches Fire On Eastbound I-70 Near Arriba, Right Lane ClosedColorado State Patrol responded to I-70 between Arriba and Flager to control traffic during the response to a semi-truck fire Monday morning.
Representative Diana DeGette Tests Positive For COVIDColorado Representative Diana DeGette has tested positive for COVID-19. She announced the diagnosis on her Twitter page Monday morning.
Denver Firefighters Douse Construction BlazeA fire started at ground level of a multi-story building under construction Monday morning. It was short-lived, however.
Camping Reservations At Rocky Mountain National Park Now Being Accepted For Popular Holiday WeekendsBefore we know it, summer will be here, and for many summer is synonymous with camping. Rocky Mountain National Park wants you to know they will have a reservation system in place.
Deadly Shooting In Denver: Who Killed Tony Bozman?The Denver Police Department needs assistance with the investigation into a deadly shooting that happened on Saturday.
Monday January 17th CBSN Denver Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer gives you his thoughts on tonight's Super Wild Card Weekend finale between the Cardinals and Rams.
Annual Martin Luther King Jr. 'Marade' Held In DenverThe 37th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Marade kicked off Monday morning in Denver with speeches by activists and advocates at the “I have a Dream” Monument in City Park.
Mild Start To The Week, Then Back To Winter WeatherWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.