Adams County Pursuit Leads To Denver Police Shooting, Killing SuspectDenver police shot and killed a man they say lead them on a chase which started in Adams County early Saturday morning.
Some CU Boulder Students Feeling Hungry After Long Waits, Questionable ChoicesThe meal plan at CU Boulder is required for dorm living but some are frustrated with the food.
CHSAA Resubmits Proposals For Football To Gov. Jared Polis Amid ProtestsInitially CHSAA had pushed back football to the spring but now is reconsidering.
Campaign 2020 Reality Check: The Week Of Political Legal FightsCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd breaks down the legal battles.
Gov. Jared Polis Visits Eastern Plains To See How Rural Colorado Is CopingHe said he wanted to make sure those communities have everything they need.
Daniels Park Defaced By Racist, Anti-Semitic GraffitiDenver Parks and Recreation assures CBS4 the graffiti will be cleaned up.
Tables Turned On Bike Thieves: Minnesota Man Stings Colorado CrooksDaniel Kania was arrested by Denver police.
Xcel Energy Day Of Service Helps Those In Need Avoid HungerXcel Energy Day Of Service continues through Sept. 19.
CSU Saplings Waiting To Help Cameron Peak Fire Reforestation ProcessThe seedlings, which are young trees, began their journey in 2019.
Fort Collins Woman Survives 60 Foot Fall While Climbing 14er Near Telluride, Then Climbs Seven Miles To SafetyRegina Stump fell near the summit of El Diente.
'Just Let Us Play': High School Athletes Protest CHSAAColorado high school athletes protested the decision to play football in the spring instead of the fall.
Colorado's 9/11 Stair Climb Being Held Virtually This Year Due To PandemicColorado's 9/11 Stair Climb will be held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
What Will Halloween Look Like This Year? Health Officials Ponder RecommendationsThe Denver Department of Public Health and Environment is discussing what Halloween will look like.
CU Boulder Considers WiFi Tracking To Show How Coronavirus Is SpreadThe information could help students, faculty, staff decide where to go on campus.
Aurora City Council Committee Votes Against Proposals To 'Demilitarize' Police DepartmentAurora City Councilman Juan Marcano first introduced the measures last month
Day Of Service Volunteers Participate In Smaller, Socially Distanced ProjectsAs part of Xcel Energy’s 10th Annual Day of Service, some of the utility’s employees are doing small, socially distanced volunteer projects.
More Than 20% Of Denver Exempt From Controversial Group Living Rule Change ProposalAbout 20% of the city remains under Former Chapter 59.
Colorado Attorney General Asks For Injunction Against The U.S. Postal ServicePhil Weiser joined other attorneys general in a lawsuit claiming the changes were illegal and unconstitutional.
Voter Registration Drive Underway For Inmates At Denver County JailIf you are a felon on probation or parole, or have served your sentence, you can vote.
Nursing Home Visitation Depends On COVID-19 Rate In CountyBoulder County is impacted because of the cases from the University of Colorado.
4 Schools In Weld County Shut Down Due To CoronavirusThe schools reverted to remote learning due to the rise in COVID-19 cases.
Car Crashes, Driver Is Shot In Denver Alley Off Quebec StreetA man was taken to the hospital apparently with a gunshot wound Thursday morning in Denver just before daybreak.
Family, Friends Continue Push For Answers In Devastating House FireThe reward for information in a house fire that killed five people more than doubled -- to $40,000.
Denver Police Shoot Person Near West High SchoolDenver police responded to West High School near 10th and Santa Fe Boulevard on Wednesday for a shooting involving police.