Water was restored to the businesses but drivers are still urged to avoid the area.
Aurora Fox Theater's 'Miss You Like Hell' Debuts Friday NightImmigration, separation, and deportation are all issues families in our country are currently facing.
Thousands Of Colorado Students Prepare For Climate Change RallyThe Youth Climate Strike is scheduled for Friday.
Woman Finds Injured Bobcat, Puts Animal In SUV With ChildColorado Parks & Wildlife urges people to leave wild animals alone even if they are injured.
Abolish ICE Protest Targets Home Of GEO Group OfficialThree protesters were arrested at the Aurora protest.
Greg Moody Reviews "Indecent" At The Denver CenterCBS4's Greg Moody Reviews "Indecent" at the Denver Center Theatre Company.
Businesses Promote Energy Alternative Cars For National Drive Electric WeekVehicle dealers are raising awareness about the benefit of energy alternative cars during National Drive Electric Week.
Colorado Springs Woman Picks Up Injured Bobcat With Child In The CarA Colorado Springs woman picked up an injured bobcat and put it in her car near her child Thursday morning.
Governor, CDHS Announce Launch Of Recovery Cards ProjectColorado's opioid anti-stigma campaign 'Lift The Label' is launching a new line of recovery-themed greeting cards.
Beto O'Rourke Holds Town Hall Meeting In AuroraBeto O'Rourke held a town hall meeting on gun violence Thursday night in Aurora.
Activists Gather Thursday Night Outside Home Of ICE Facility OfficialDozens of activists gathered Thursday night outside the home of an ICE facility official in Aurora.
How Businesses Will Adapt To Increase In Minimum Wage In DenverSome say it will be tough for them to budget the increase.
Study: Gun Violence Ongoing Problem For Youth In DenverSome believe gun violence is a public health crisis.
Retired Cardiologist Returns To Swedish Medical Center To Play PianoDr. Ira Kowal says he hopes people feel more comfortable with the music.
Student Arrested, Accused Of Bringing Gun To Smoky Hill High SchoolA parent notified the school about the possible weapon.
Door Now Open To Some Non-U.S. Citizens To Serve In Aurora Police, Fire DepartmentsAurora Police Department Division Chief Harry Glidden spoke about the new process in the city.
Denver Set To Welcome In Raices Brewing Co., A Latino-Owned BreweryTwo people are wanting to bridge a cultural divide and celebrate Latinos here in Colorado. They hope a new brewery will not only be a good watering hole, but a place where hispanic brewers are noticed in the craft brewing scene.
CSU Students Pack Ballroom For Tense Racial DiscussionsA meeting on race relations at Colorado Statue University drew dozens of people as a result of growing racial tension on the campus.
ACLU Report Highlights 'Lack Of Basic Human Treatment' At ICE FacilityA new report released Wednesday by the ACLU of Colorado suggests the operator of the ICE detention facility has placed profits over the people it serves.
Suspect In Critical Condition After Westminster Officer ShootingPolice in Westminster were trying to serve a warrant when the man pointed a gun at them.
Fashion Company Puts Columbine And Names Of Other Schools On HoodiesMany Colorado families will likely object to the clothing.
Property Values Skyrocket For Larimer County ResidentsIn Larimer County, home values increased more than 18% between 2017 and 2019.
Sarah Thomas, Of Colorado, Swims The English Channel 4x, Sets RecordSarah Thomas became the first person to swim across the English Channel four times in a row, nonstop.
Deadline Passes For Patrick Frazee Defense To Name Alternate SuspectFrazee is facing first-degree murder charges in the death of Kelsey Berreth.
2 Found Dead At Mt. Lindo CemeteryThe Jefferson County Sheriff's Office says there is no threat to the public.
Citizenship Backlog Could Take Years Longer Than AnticipatedThe backlog in Colorado has reached more than 9,000.
New Initiative Seeks To Increase Education, Awareness About Suicide In ColoradoColorado's teen suicide rate is among the largest in the country.
Initiatives Proposed At CSU To Fight Racism Following Blackface ControversyThe president of Colorado State University is calling on students and faculty to propose initiatives that could help combat racism on campus.
64A Fire Burning Near Bailey Worries Some Home & Business OwnersThe 64A Fire burning in Park County is one of two blazes firefighters have rushed to in a matter of weeks.
Colorado Wildfire In Park County Forces EvacuationsA pair of target shooters are to blame for the fire, according to the Park County Sheriff.