Firefighters rushed to wildfire burning near Bailey on Sunday.
Police Search For Man Who Broke Into Church, Started Fire In LongmontLongmont police are searching for a man suspected of starting a fire inside Central Longmont Presbyterian Church early Sunday morning.
Colfax Museum To CloseSome call it the "longest, wickedest street in America,” and for years a Denver resident has been chronicling every part of Colfax Avenue's history.
Colorado Moose Known To Lake City Residents Killed By HunterThe killing is under investigation as a possible poaching case.
Protestors Call On Gov. Polis To Abolish Columbus DayHundreds of protestors gathered outside the Colorado State Capitol on Saturday. They want Gov. Jared Polis to abolish Columbus Day and create Indigenous People’s Day instead.
Anderson Farms Tried To Save As Much Of This Year's Crop Of Pumpkins Before The Deep FreezeThe farm plants 300,000 pumpkins each year.
Special Beer From Tivoli Brewing Company Helps Honor Fallen HeroesThere was a special celebration at the Auraria Campus.
CBS4 Week In Review: A Look Back At The Week That WasSeveral stories dealt with the snowstorm and record cold temperatures.
Steelhead Composites Goes International Thanks To HelpThe State Trade and Expansion Program helps small businesses in Colorado.
CSU President Joyce McConnell Talks Future After 100 DaysThe new CSU president says there will be discussions about race relations on campus.
Moose Known To Lake City Residents Killed By HunterThe killing is under investigation.
Denver Urban Greenhouse Promotes Year-Round Sustainable FoodSustainability Park in downtown Denver features an outdoor garden and greenhouse that can grow food any time of the year.
Colorado Researchers Study Decomposing Remains To Help Solve CrimesResearchers at two Colorado centers are studying donated human remains that are left out in the elements to help solve crimes.
Homeowners Faced With Huge Bill After Trees DamagedA Denver family is upset over construction damage to their yard.
200 Women Build Homes In Denver For Habitat For HumanityThrough the sun and snow, about 200 women have been busy building homes for Habitat for Humanity this week.
Hope House Helps Young Families With Halloween CostumesThe organization helps young mothers prepare for Halloween.
Avalanche Blackout: Some Colorado Businesses Are HurtingSobo 151 is among the bars struggling during the blackout for the Avs games.
Adams City High School Works Hard To Overcome ChallengesThe state-mandated new management has helped the school with performance.
Severe Weather Shelter Network Helps Homeless Find Warm PlaceVolunteers help those without homes find shelter during frigid nights.
State Board Of Education Approves Adjustments To Elementary, Middle School Accountability Frameworks For 2021The State Board of Education approved adjustments to the elementary and middle school accountability frameworks, the state’s system for evaluating the performance of schools.
Firefighters Rescue Dog After Home In Centennial Fills With SmokeFirefighters rescued a dog Thursday after a home in Centennial filled with smoke.
Uber Driver Murder: Michael Hancock Found Not GuiltyThe Uber driver who shot and killed a passenger along I-25 near University Boulevard in Denver last summer has been found not guilty of first degree murder.
'That Time Of Year Again': Snow Falls Across ColoradoAfter the first official freeze of the season Wednesday night, snow reached the Front Range early Thursday morning. The snow will largely diminish by noon while the cold remains.
Leadville/Lake County Animal Shelter Revises Adoption Policy After Banning Mobile Home CommunityThe Leadville/Lake County Animal Shelter staff has removed a Facebook post telling neighbors in one specific mobile home park they were banned from providing home to a pet looking to be adopted.
Genexe Health Denies Wrongdoing Despite $26,000 Bill To MedicareThe Colorado company accused of running a Medicare fraud scheme is defending itself.
Cory Gardner Calls On Trump To Reverse Course In Syria And Protect Kurdish AlliesColorado’s U.S. Senator Cory Gardner says he is working with Senate colleagues to bring economic sanctions against Turkey.
Hundreds Of Women Build Homes With Habitat For HumanityHundreds of women are helping to build two homes, as part of Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build Week.
Homeowner To Spend Thousands On Damage From Neighboring ConstructionA Denver homeowner could soon spend thousands to remove trees damaged during the construction of her neighbor’s home.
Sheridan Schools Cancel Class Wednesday After Shooting Outside High SchoolSheridan police are searching for the teenage suspect responsible for shooting another teen Tuesday night outside Sheridan High School.
Denver Health Focuses On Transitional Housing For PatientsThe housing will be for patients who are experiencing homelessness.