Marie Greenwood, a pioneering Denver teacher who spent decades fighting segregation in city institutions, has died.
DPS Pioneering Teacher, Marie Greenwood, Passes AwayMarie Greenwood, a pioneering Denver teacher who spent decades fighting segregation in city institutions, has died.
Curtis Arganbright Pleads Guilty In Federal Rape CaseCurtis Arganbright pleaded guilty to violating the civil rights of a woman he sexually assaulted while she was in police custody.
Hate Crime Victim Advocates To Work With Law Enforcement On Recognizing Hate CrimesThe "Colorado Coalition Against Hate" will focus on training law enforcement to better recognize and prosecute hate crimes.
Sysco Truck Drivers On Strike In DenverSome truck drivers at Sysco are on strike for unfair work issues.
News Conference: Prosecutors Discuss Guilty Verdict In Patrick Frazee Murder TrialIt is believed Berreth was murdered in her Woodland Park home in Colorado on Thanksgiving Day 2018. Her body has not been found.
Murals Celebrated Across Denver SchoolsMayor Michael Hancock helped reveal one of 15 murals commissioned across Denver schools on Monday.
Alec McKinney, STEM School Shooting Suspect, Wanted Students To 'Live With This Fear'A preliminary hearing began Monday for STEM School Highlands Ranch suspect Alec McKinney.
Hearing Begins For STEM School Highlands Ranch Shooting Suspect Alec McKinneyMcKinney's status as a juvenile is at the center of the hearings in Douglas County.
60 Minutes Looks At Red Flag Laws & ColoradoNearly half of Colorado's counties have declared themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries.
4 Colorado Ski Areas Named In Top 10 Best Ski ResortsThose nominated are Aspen Snowmass, Copper Mountain, Telluride, Winter Park.
Preschool Employees Fired After Day Care Raided"Play Mountain Place" owned by Carla Faith was shut down, along with a preschool she owns.
Permits For Cutting Christmas Trees Online Now At USFS.4th graders can get a free permit to cut down a Christmas tree in National Forests in Colorado.
Teddy Toss At DU Helps Kick Off CBS4's Together 4 Colorado Toy DriveFans at Saturday night's University of Denver Pioneers hockey game tossed stuffed animals onto the rink.
Driver Arrested, Accused Of Driving 109 MPH On I-70Colorado State Patrol pulled a driver over after they were suspected of speeding.
Holiday Tree Lit In Castle RockCastle Rock lit their holiday tree at the Outlets at Castle Rock on Saturday.
Western Slope School Cleaned For Unknown IllnessAnother western Colorado school is getting a thorough cleaning after a number of its students got sick.
Town Officials Say Discolored Water Is Safe To DrinkMany homes in Johnstown have discolored water running out of their faucets.
Trooper, Driver Hurt After Crash On I-25 In DenverA Colorado State trooper and another driver were sent to the hospital on Saturday.
U.S. 36 Lane Restrictions Ahead As Crew Continue Re-ConstructionThe final touches on the re-construction of Highway 36 in Westminster are being put into place.
1 Killed In Head-On Crash On Hwy 85 In Castle PinesColorado State Patrol is investigating a deadly crash Friday night on Highway 85 near West Happy Canyon Road.
Salvation Army Red Kettles Go DigitalThis year donors can use their bank account to donate digitally.
DU Athletics Kicks Off Together 4 Colorado Toy Drive CollectionThe teddy bear toss will happen at Saturday's hockey game.
Alterra Mountain Company Buys Sugarbush In VermontThat means IKON pass holders get another ski area on their pass.
Steamboat, Vail Open For Ski SeasonThe ski areas join eight others open in Colorado.