Study: Denver-Aurora Has Some Of The Worst Roads In The NationA study of data from the Federal Highway Administration found some rough roads in Colorado. CoPilot, a car buying app, analyzed the FHA's International Roughness Index, looking at the percentage of road-miles categorized as poor. Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Jared Polis Describes U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum OpeningThe U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum officially opened to visitors on Thursday.
Person Who Took Bar Exam At DU Tests Positive For COVID-19A person who took the Colorado bar exam at the University of Denver on Wednesday has tested positive for COVID-19. Katie Johnston reports.
Census Workers Begin Door-To-Door VisitsThe Census workers are trying to make sure everyone fills out the 2020 Census.
Fire Breaks Out At Coors Brewery In GoldenA fire broke out at the Coors Brewery in Golden late Thursday morning. Wood planks are burning on top of a 16-story silo.
Thousands Of Troops At Fort Carson Were Tested For Covid-19 Before Heading To Fort Irwin In California For TrainingTroops heading to California for training were tested for coronavirus and now enter a 96 hour quarantine before heading out.
Over $4 Billion In Unemployment Claims Paid In Colorado Since Coronavirus Closures BeganSince late March, more than $4 billion in unemployment claims have been paid in Colorado. Almost 665,000 people have filed for unemployment.
Last Call Lawsuit: Denver Bar Fighting To Serve Alcohol After 10 PMA Denver bar is fighting the governor's order to stop serving alcohol at 10 p.m. The owner of the Blake Street Tavern is asking for a temporary restraining order so they can continue to serve after 10 p.m. while a lawsuit moves forward.
Renaming Stapleton: Final Chance To Get In Votes For Either 'Skyview' Or 'Central Park'Thursday is the final day for Denver and Aurora residents to vote on the final name change for the Stapleton neighborhood.
DNA Leads To Identification Of Target Shoplifter Who Attacked EmployeesA man police described as having "violent tendencies" is at large after allegedly trying to steal from a Colorado Target store.
Brandon Steele Will Spend Nearly 30 Years In PrisonBrandon Steele was one of two men involved in a home invasion in Greeley.
Remote Learning Decisions Being Made In School Districts In Denver Metro AreaSome decisions, like Cherry Creek Schools, are still being made.
Crews Believe Body Found Is That Of Missing Hiker In Chaffee CountyThe body of who is believed to be a missing hiker was found days after search and rescue crews began looking for him.
Trouble In Tiny Town: 'This Place Needs The Sound Of Children'For more than 100 years it has entertained Colorado families, but this summer it’s quiet.
Denver School Board's Tay Anderson Claims He Was Knocked To Ground During Protests At Homeless Camp CleanupDenver School Board's Tay Anderson claims he was knocked to the ground during a protest outside a homeless camp cleanup on Wednesday.
Following Camp Sweep, Questions Remain About Where Homeless Will GoThursday, the Colorado Village Collective and other partners are planning to announce a sanctioned homeless camp – a small one.
School Board For Adams 12 Five Star Schools Discusses Back-To-School PlanThe Adams 12 Five Star Schools Board of Education discussed the district's plan for the upcoming fall semester amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Jeep Driver In I-225 Protest Controversy Speaks Through AttorneyThe driver of a Jeep at the center of controversy spoke with CBS4's Rick Sallinger through his attorney.
Red Rocks Resumes Concerts With Strict GuidelinesFor the first time in months, music will fill the air in Morrison.
CHSAA And Colorado's COVID Response Team Allows Some SportsStudents will be allowed to play softball, boys tennis and golf.
Colorado Breweries Celebrate 5th Annual Colorado Pint DayBreweries and beer drinkers can celebrate the 5th Annual Colorado Pint Day to help the Colorado Brewers Guild raise money for their nonprofit.
Search Is On For Suspect In Attempted Car Theft In NorthglennNorthglenn police need help finding a suspect in an attempted car theft.
Denver Public Schools Won’t Roll Out In-Person Learning Plan Until OctoberDenver Public Schools will start the year with online learning only and that phase will continue at least through mid-October due to the coronavirus pandemic.
CHSAA Approves Two More Fall Sports To Begin Practice And CompetitionTwo more sports have the green light to resume practices and competition, Colorado's high school governing sports body announced Wednesday. Softball and boy's tennis can now join boy's golf in resuming practices.