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Three hundred goats happily chomped on weeds and grass in the Pine Ridge Neighborhood. [Read More]
Law enforcement across the state is on the lookout for boaters under the influence. [Read More]
Water experts say this will be a good year for water in Colorado. [Read More]
It was first spotted at 6 a.m., and the chase lasted into the night, attracting viewers. [Read More]
She began the rampage - which affected seven parks - in downtown Denver. [Read More]
Researchers in Colorado are studying the issue in hopes of easing the pain of PTSD. [Read More]
A Colorado teenager battling terminal cancer is on a mission to check off his bucket list. [Read More]
The suicide prevention program is about open communication. [Read More]
More than 100 kids in Colorado will be enjoying free meals. [Read More]
James Ujaama was charged with aiding the Taliban and Al Qaida. Read more at... [Read More]
CBS4 posed a "Good Question" to authorities: Why are fires different than they used to be? [Read More]
State lawmakers are debating a bill some say helps mothers during pregnancy and after their child's birth. Others believe the additional legislation isn't necessary. [Read More]
Can a compound found in cannabis help football players suffering from brain trauma? Former Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer is convinced it can. [Read More]
Two men are now charged with a crime for the rape of a Greeley woman nearly 32 years ago, but they're not being charged for... [Read More]
Police in Glenwood Springs believe a homeless man who went missing last summer may have been murdered and buried. Now they're asking for the public's... [Read More]
One airline has issued travel waivers and events around Colorado have been canceled in advance of the winter storm expected to hit the Denver metro... [Read More]
People can learn how to protect themselves against a gunman at the new Active Shooter Response Training Center in Centennial. [Read More]
The Broncos 2016 schedule is now official; the world champions know who they have to play and when in their quest to repeat. [Read More]
The improvements at Interstate 25 and Arapahoe Road will cost taxpayers $66 million and greatly improve traffic flow in the area. [Read More]
A doctor at the University of Colorado Hospital is recruiting Type 2 diabetes patients for a study of the efficacy of common diabetes drugs. [Read More]
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