Police in Vail are asking for the public’s help identifying a person who extinguished a cigarette on a parked car and caused damage. Katie Johnston reports.
Children Practice Reading To HorsesRed Hawk Elementary School 6-year-olds practiced reading to horses from the Arapahoe County Sheriff's mounted patrol unit.
Assisted Living Residents Set Up Shop To Help Children In Transitional Housing Pick Out Mother's Day GiftsPeople living in an assisted living facility are helping out children in need. Residents of Morning Star Living in Littleton set up a pop-up shop with flowers and gifts at a transitional shelter.
Colorado Lawmaker Rep. Richard Holtorf, Who Used Racially Charged Term 'Buckwheat,' ReprimandedA Republican lawmaker in Colorado was reprimanded Thursday after calling a colleague "Buckwheat" during debate on legislation -- a racist term that provoked outcry from Democrats at a time when America is confronting its history of discrimination.
1 Killed In Tanker Truck Crash On Highway 285 Near Morrison, NB Lanes ClosedNorthbound lanes of Highway 285 near Morrison remained closed after a tanker truck rolled over, killing the driver. It happened on Thursday at about 2 p.m. and there is a large traffic backup as a result.
Pena Boulevard Closure Will Add 15 Minutes To Travel Time To DIAThose heading to Denver International Airport will encounter some traffic delays next week. Pena Boulevard will be closed at Jackson Gap overnight on May 8, May 11, and May 15.
All Remaining Charges Dropped Against 5 In Last Summer's Protest At Aurora Police District 1 StationThe Adams County District Attorney has dismissed all remaining charges against five people from the July 3, 2020 protest in Aurora. Felony and misdemeanor charges will be dropped against Lillian House, Joel Northam, Whitney Lucero, Terrance Roberts, and Trey Quinn for the protest outside the Aurora Police District 1 Station.
DA: Officer Richard Steidell Justified In Shooting And Injuring Boulder Gunman Ahmad Al Aliwi AlissaThe Boulder County District Attorney's Office announced Thursday its decision that Officer Richard Steidell was justified in firing his handgun at Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa during Alissa's attack on shoppers and staff at a King Soopers on March 22.
Jarvis Gates Sentenced To Life In Prison For Murder Of Rotasha Pryor-ThomasJarvis Gates was sentenced to life in prison for killing a 32-year-old woman. Rotasha Pryor-Thomas was found dead on Nov. 2, 2019 at the Chalet Motel on Alameda Avenue and Harlan Street.
Colorado Lawmaker Rep. Richard Holtorf, Who Used Racially Charged Term 'Buckwheat,' ReprimandedA Republican lawmaker in Colorado was reprimanded Thursday after calling a colleague "Buckwheat" during debate on legislation -- a racist term that provoked outcry from Democrats at a time when America is confronting its history of discrimination. Katie Johnston reports.
Donate To A Colorado Nonprofit Fund Program Allows Taxpayers To Easily Help Eligible State-Registered CharitiesThe deadline to file your taxes was extended to May 17 this year and, for those receiving a refund, there is an easy way Coloradans can use that money to support great causes.
The State Wants To Bring Consistency To How School Districts Handle Medical MarijuanaA new bill would change decisions from a principal level to a district level.
Mayor Hancock Says 45% Of Denver Residents Are Fully VaccinatedDenver has reached 45% vaccination rate for residents but those who are net yet vaccinated are encouraged to get the vaccine as soon as possible.
Hampden Is Back Open After A Roll Over Crash This Morning Involving A U-Haul Vanthe west bound lanes were closed due to the accident but are back open now.
Rep. Diana DeGette Asks For Federal Funds So Denver Can Buy Hotel Where Homeless Would Be Housed, HelpedThe pandemic has added to the problem of homelessness in Denver, but new help could be on the way.
Letecia Stauch Will Get New Public Defenders Next Week Due To 'Conflict' With Previous CounselA judge will appoint new public defenders for Letecia Stauch after finding a conflict with the defense reappointed on Wednesday.
CDOT Has Begun A Resurfacing Project Along US 40 In Jefferson CountyThe section runs from Genesee to CR 93 and will last until October.
Narcotics Investigation Prompts Hazmat Response At Denver ApartmentDenver police and firefighters responded to an apartment at 8330 Quincy Avenue for a suspected drug operation.
Latinos Celebrate Cinco De Mayo In Colorado After Disproportionate Impact From COVIDAs the City of Denver pushes for a return to normal, the Cinco de Mayo Festival in Civic Center Park was canceled due to the pandemic for the second year in a row.
U.S. Sen. John Hickenlooper Aims For More Federal Funding For DIA ProjectsA massive expansion of Denver International Airport's concourses is nearing completion.
Golden Police Ask Residents To Be Aware Of Vehicle TheftsGolden police say two vehicles were stolen in 24 hours.
TAG Restaurant In Larimer Square Closing Its DoorsAfter 12 years, TAG restaurant in Larimer Square is shutting its doors.
Turtle Discovery: Researchers At Denver Museum Of Nature & Science Unearth Prehistoric SpeciesResearchers at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science helped uncover a new, prehistoric turtle species.
How Did Hispano & Chicano People Shape The State?When you think of old time Colorado you might think of American cowboys, but that’s not where the story began.
CBS4 & Sen. John Hickenlooper Go On Tour Of Concourse Expansion At DIAAll three concourses at Denver International Airport are getting new gates.