Decades-Old Paintings By CIA Artist, Tony Mendez, Find New HomeWhen Simon Lofts was watching the CBS4 News at 10, he knew he wanted to reveal two Tony Mendez paintings.
Brook Raboutou Is First American Climber To Qualify For OlympicsAt the Denver International Airport Monday night, Colorado’s climbing community gathered to welcome home one amazing teen.
Suspect Steals RTD Bus, SUV & Crashes Into 2 Other SUVsDenver police arrested a man who they say stole an RTD bus and then another vehicle.
K9 Game Warden Gets His New Protective VestSamson, one of the K9's that works for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, has a new look.
Fun Video Helps Launch CU's New Aerospace Engineering Sciences BuildingThe head of NASA toured the facility and spoke with students last week.
Cadets In Training Face Off With Pepper SprayColorado State Patrol Academy cadets felt the burn last week after some special training.
Abandoned Dry Cleaner Business Leaking Toxic Chemicals Into The GroundA dry cleaners in Thornton is the center of a serious environmental predicament.
Radioactive Equipment Stolen From Colorado School Of MinesSomeone has stolen radioactive equipment from a school in Golden.
65th Annual 'Fill The Boot' Campaign Helps Children With Muscular DystrophyFirefighters will be patrolling the streets this Labor Day holiday weekend for the annual "Fill the Boot" MDA fundraising campaign.
Vail Commission Approves Controversial Plan To Build Housing Where Bighorn Sheep LiveThe proposal for a 5.4 acre site north of the East Vail Interstate 70 interchange has become a big concern for some residents.
Rally Takes Place Over Halfway House Funding Cut In DenverA crowd gathered on Monday for a rally in support of two companies operating halfway houses in Denver. The Denver City Council recently cut funding to both Core-Civic and GEO Group.
Mountain Lion Killed By Officers Was One That Attacked Bailey BoyOfficials confirmed on Monday that the mountain lion that bit an 8-year-old boy on the head in Bailey last week is dead.
Officer Creates Competition In Honor Of 2 Westminster ChildrenTwo tragic calls impacted Westminster Police Officer Richard Salazar because he responded to both of them.
Man Sentenced To 48 Years In Prison After 11th Felony ConvictionA Jefferson County District Court judge sentenced a man to 48 years in prison for his 11th felony conviction.
Deadly Shooting Near Manual High SchoolDenver police are investigating a deadly shooting at High Street and 29th Avenue.
Marine From Mancos Killed In IraqGunnery Sergeant Scott Koppenhafer was killed in combat.
Infinity Goods Wants To Change The Way Groceries Are PackagedThe online grocery uses only glass, cotton-mesh reusable containers.
New Tool Helps Parents Find Drugs Hidden In Plain SightThe trailer is designed to inform parents about the opioid epidemic.
3 Arrested, Accused Of Attacking Ranger At Boyd Lake State Park CampgroundThree people are under arrest and accused of starting a fight with a park ranger who warned them that they were being too loud at their campsite.
Great Weather, Great Art At Arvada Center's Arts & Ales FestivalThe event took place on Saturday and featured handmade arts, handcrafted beer, homegrown entertainment and family fun.
Wildfire Evidence Remains After Deer Creek Canyon Park ReopensThe wildfire charred about 25 acres last week.
Regis University Begins School Year OfflineThe campus was impacted by a cyber attack that shut down all IT services.
Denver Plans To Purchase 'Crossroads Shelter' From Salvation ArmyThe shelter will be part of the city's plan to combat homelessness.
West Metro Station One Graffiti A Welcome Sight For CrewsFirefighters designed the graffiti on display on the bay doors.