Search Continues For Commerce City Police Sergeant Impersonator Demanding MoneyThe Commerce City Police Department is warning residents about a police impersonator.
GrubHub Helps Out The Girl Scouts This YearGirl Scout cookie season is upon us.
Police In Denver Search For Rutha Handy, Woman Who Was Last Seen Tuesday NightDenver police are searching for a woman. Rutha Handy was seen Tuesday night.
Push Is On For More Coloradans To Do Radon Tests In Their HomesRadon is a radioactive gas, and Colorado homes can get a free test for it.
David Lesh To Appear In Court This WeekLesh is featured in an article in a New York magazine.
U.S. Olympic Swimmer Accused Of Storming U.S. CapitolAn Olympic gold medalist who lives in Colorado is accused of joining a violent and deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol.
'Mr. Mom': Male Orangutan Steps Up To Care For 2-Year-Old Daughter After Death Of MatriarchIn the wild, male orangutans are not involved with their offspring, and zoo officials say this is an "extremely rare situation."
New Littleton Restaurant Vandalized With Hate SymbolThe community is rallying behind a Littleton restaurant which had a swastika painted on its sign.
Lakewood Police Kill Armed Suspect Near Colfax And GarrisonPolice in Lakewood are investigating a shooting involving an officer on Tuesday afternoon.
John Kellner Sworn In As Newest 18th Judicial District AttorneyThe new 18th Judicial District Attorney, John Kellner, was officially sworn in on Tuesday.
New Unemployment Claims Website Working For Only Some ColoradansSome Coloradans tells CBS4 the state's new unemployment website is far from working and they are getting more desperate for answers by the minute.
New Program To Allow Colorado Schools To Order At-Home COVID Test KitsThe woman leading Colorado's COVID-19 Innovation Response Team shared details about a new effort to mass distribute rapid, at-home COVID-19 tests to Colorado schools.
Latest COVID Numbers Show Colorado's 7 Day Positivity Rate Is DecliningThe 7 day average is now at 7.08%.
Colorado High School Graduation Rate Upticks While Dropout Rate DeclinesThe Colorado Department of Education says the state's high school graduation rate is getting better. It increased slightly to nearly 82% last spring, and has been steadily rising since 2010.
Deadly Shooting: Lakewood Police Kill Armed Suspect Near Colfax And GarrisonPolice in Lakewood are investigating a deadly shooting involving an officer on Tuesday afternoon.
'Mr. Mom': Male Orangutan Steps Up To Care For 2-Year-Old Daughter After Death Of MatriarchA male orangutan has taken on an usual role at the Denver Zoo, after the death of the family's matriarch last month. Nias, a Sumatran orangutan, died unexpectedly on Dec. 17 at age 32. Katie Johnston reports.
Colorado Airmen Are Heading To D.C. For The Presidential InaugurationThe 8 person team is heading to D.C. to help provide secure communication for the inauguration.
Part Of Highway 119 In Boulder Canyon Will Be Closed For Emergency WorkThe section of highway near mile marker 40 will be closed for 3-5 days to secure loose rock.
Boulder County District Attorney's Office Warns Of Unemployment ScamsThey warn that you can be targeted even if you did not apply for unemployment benefits.
Spilled Box Of Screws Cause Flat Tires On I-70 Near Lookout MountainAt least 36 vehicles suffered flat tires while driving on Interstate 70 heading west near Lookout Mountain on Monday.
Denver City Council Adds Stahl House To LandmarksThe home in Congress Park was built in 1889.
Denver Police Search For Hit & Run Driver Wanted In Federal Blvd. & 20th CrashPolice say the truck struck a person and kept traveling north on Federal Boulevard without stopping on Jan. 6.
Denver Police Need Help Solving Oct. 24, 2020 ShootingThe shooting happened Oct. 24, 2020 on North Chambers Road.
Aurora City Council Repeals Pit Bull BanThe Aurora City Council voted on Monday night to repeal the city's ban on restricted dog breeds.