Chatfield Student A Finalist in Never Summer Snowboard Art Competition

DENVER (CBS4)– There’s still time to vote for the next series of snowboards Never Summer Industries makes. The Denver snowboard manufacturer has teamed up for the past five years with Warren Tech to help raise money for the school’s art program. “We work on logos and so many other designs, like banners, tons of stuff,” said Hunter Beckett, a senior at… Keep Reading

Library In Littleton Dropping Overdue Book Fines

LITTLETON, Colo. (CBS4) – The Bemis Library in Littleton is extending a New Year’s gift by forgiving overdue fines until the end of February in order to increase customer interaction. Starting Jan. 1, 2019, the library is initiating what it’s calling the Clean Slate Program. Continue Reading on CBS Denver4      Keep Reading

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Captured On Video: Stolen Credit Card Shopping Sprees In JeffCo

LAKEWOOD, CO – Photos of people captured on video allegedly using stolen credit cards in and around Lakewood have been released by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office this week. Do you recognize them? On Jan. 19, a man and woman allegedly used stolen credit cards to charge up a $750 shopping spree at Walmart, 440… Keep Reading

Freezing fog this morning then accumulating snow for the evening drive: Pinpoint Weather Alert Day

DENVER — It’s a two-part story: 1.) Freezing fog, freezing drizzle, and light snow this morning.  2.) Snow likely for the evening rush hour with 1-6 inches of accumulation. This includes Denver, Boulder, Highlands Ranch, Aurora, Loveland, Fort Collins. We’ve issued a Pinpoint Weather Alert Day for these reasons. High temps today around freezing. Snow tapers-off on… Keep Reading

Colorado could expand lunch subsidy to high school students

When Colorado expanded a school lunch subsidy to middle school students, the number of sixth- through eighth-graders eating lunch at school went up in districts across the state. Twenty-sixth percent more middle school students ate lunch at school in the Greeley-Evans district, where a majority of students live in poverty, but even in the more… Keep Reading

A Littleton Winery Is Taking Over Govnr’s Park Tavern

A longstanding Denver locale that closed in November will be home to a new winery and restaurant by late summer. Carboy Winery, based in Littleton, is taking over the former Govnr’s Park Tavern at 7th Avenue and Logan Street. That restaurant shuttered along with its three sister spots at the end of 2018. Carboy is in the midst of… Keep Reading

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