• Avalanche Stay Alive, Beat Predators 2-1 To Force Game 6

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Sven Andrighetto scored with 1:28 left to give the Colorado Avalanche a 2-1 victory over Nashville Predators 2-1 on Friday night, sending the first-round series back to Denver for Game 6.
    This is the third time the Avalanche had trailed 3-1 in a series since the franchise relocated to Colorado. They lost the first two, but will have a chance Sunday to push this series to a seventh game after rallying with two goals in the final 4:11.NASHVILLE, TN – APRIL 20:Th
  • Broncos Linebacker Shane Ray Visits Kids For ‘Shane’s Shoes’

    By Karen Morfitt
    DENVER (CBS4)– Denver Broncos Shane Ray paid a special visit to the Denver Rescue Mission on Friday afternoon.
    The linebacker donated hundreds of pairs of shoes to families in need.
    (credit: CBS)
    Once homeless Kimberly Fenter and her son, Dajon, spent two years living with the mission’s assistance.
    (credit: CBS)
    “I got my life together, I would say and just graduated and got keys to my own apartment on April 1st,” Fenter said.
    Fenter says being a single m
  • Baez, Schwarber Homer, Cubs Beat Rockies 16-5

    DENVER (AP) — Javier Baez and Kyle Schwarber each had a homer and four RBIs, and the Chicago Cubs rode a seven-run sixth inning to a 16-5 victory over the Colorado Rockies on Friday night.
    Baez had four hits, finishing a triple shy of the cycle. Schwarber had three hits, connecting for his fourth home run of the season in the sixth to help break open the game. Albert Amora Jr. added four hits, including a double and RBI single.
    Kyle Hendricks (1-1) struck out six and allowed three runs on
  • Family Remembers ‘Free Spirit’ After She Was Killed By Falling Tree Branch

    By Jamie Leary
    LOUISVILLE, Colo. (CBS4)– Family and friends of a Louisville woman killed in Tuesday’s wind storm are finding strength in each other as they come to grips with her shocking death.
    Lucinda Spencer, 62, was killed Tuesday after a wind gust caused a tree limb to come toppling down on her.
    Lucinda Spencer (credit: Spencer Family)
    “Everybody is just stunned. It was completely like a fluke accident,” said Dan Spencer, Lucinda’s brother.
    Lucinda stepped outs
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  • Academy Teaches Anyone To Be A Pro Wrestler

    By Dominic Garcia
    GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4)– A pro wrestling academy in Golden is getting a lot of attention. Mercury Pro Wrestling has a facility on the Jeffco County Fairgrounds and teaches students everything about the sport. Everything from wrestling moves to acting.
    Ellis Ebersole, who goes by Curtis Cole in the ring, started at the school several years ago.
    (credit: CBS)
    “I was a wrestling fan when I was a kid, huge fan. As an adult, you grow up and get out of it. So when I found ou
  • Drone Helps Farmers Scan Land For Threats

    GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (CBS4)– One man is using his drone to help farmers near Grand Junction.The former Air Force avionics technician is using his drone and camera to fly above the land belonging to farmers. (credit: CBS)
    He’s showing them what kind of threats are on the land which typically can’t be seen from ground level. (credit: CBS)
    “We can watch for weed emergents, we can watch for pests and insects, we can do yield analysis and count things like that,” said B
  • Preschoolers ‘Launch’ Ladybugs For Earth Day

    LONE TREE, Colo. (CBS4) — Students in several south metro preschools celebrated Earth Day by releasing thousands of ladybugs Friday.
    (credit: Riverstone Education in Lone Tree)
    Dubbed “Ladybug Launch,” the event was staged at five Merryhill Preschools in Aurora, Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree and Parker.
    (credit: Merryhill Preschool in Highlands Ranch)
    Riverstone Education Preschool in Lone Tree also participated.
    (credit: Merryhill Preschool in Highlands Ranch)
    (credi
  • Steamboat Ranks #3 In Best Places To Take Summer Vacation

    STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4)– The Town of Steamboat Springs is getting some national attention as a great place to visit.US News ranked the Colorado town as number three on the list of the best places to take a summer vacation. (credit: CBS)
    The rankings highlight 20 destinations around the country that are ideal for a seasonal getaway.The report says that excellent weather draws travelers to Steamboat Springs for hiking and backpacking. It’s also the place for many popular festiv
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  • Lawmakers Debate Bill To Prevent Insurance From Changing Prescription Coverage

    By Shaun Boyd
    DENVER (CBS4)– State lawmakers have made the rising cost of prescription drugs a top priority this legislative session.The latest bill would ensure that when you sign up for a plan that covers your medicine, you don’t have the rug pulled out from under you.(credit: CBS)
    Kristin Stathis among those testifying in favor of the drug, “Our whole lives were totally turned upside down.” (credit: Stathis Family)
    She told lawmakers that her husband was diagnosed with
  • ‘The Suit Calls You’: Santas Gather For International Celebration

    By Shawn Chitnis
    BROOMFIELD, Colo. (CBS4) – Men and women who love Christmas traveled across the country for the International Santa Celebration this weekend to improve their portrayals of Santa, Mrs. Claus, and elves. They’re hoping to make a greater impact on the children of all ages they interact with each holiday season.
    “The thought of giving happiness, hope, love, is not a seasonal thing, it’s an everyday thing,” said one of Santa’s Helpers. “We ar
  • A Line Delays Resolved But Some Delays Remain

    DENVER (CBS4)– RTD’s A Line is experiencing some delays Friday night after two trains were disabled by over the track electrical connections.Bus service was running between 61st and Pena Station and Denver Airport Station during the delay.
    The delays were first reported about 5:30 p.m. by RTD due to two disabled trains.
    A line train service remains suspended between @DENAirport and 61st & Pena Stations until further notice. Bus shuttles service is operating EB/WB between these st
  • Environmentalists Ask Court To Restore Oil-Gas Emission Rule

    DENVER (AP) — Environmentalists are asking an appeals court to reinstate a rule restricting harmful methane emissions on U.S. lands, at least temporarily.
    Attorneys for 13 groups on Friday asked a federal appeals court in Denver to block an order by a lower court that halted the regulation.
    The rule required energy companies to capture methane gas instead of burning it or wasting it at drilling sites on public lands.
    The rule was imposed near the end of the Obama administration in 2016. Th
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  • Community Rallies To Help Save Injured K-9 Officer

    By Dillon Thomas
    LONGMONT, Colo. (CBS4) – The Longmont Police Department issued a “thank you” to the community, after they asked the public to help them. K-9 Rudi recently underwent multiple surgeries, after he was injured while searching for a suspect.
    The community donated thousands of dollars to help keep him alive.
    (credit: CBS)
    Rudi’s Handler, Officer Billy Sawyer, told CBS4’s Dillon Thomas his partner was called to assist in the search for a wanted individual
  • Four Sentenced In Marijuana Robbery That Turned Into Murder

    DENVER (CBS4) — Three men and a woman were sentenced Friday for their roles in the shooting death of a Loveland man 17 months ago during a planned marijuana sale.
    Thirty-four-year-old Joshua Scott Binns shot Charles Polzin, 50, and Polzin’s son during a November 2016 meeting to exchange a large amount of marijuana for cash.
    Joshua Binns (credit: Denver District Attorney’s Office)
    Binns, who pleaded guilty last month to 2nd Degree Murder, was sentenced to 48 years in prison.
    Set
  • State Troopers Confiscate 50 Pounds Of Pot On 4/20

    FRUITA, Colo. (CBS4)– If you’re waiting on your marijuana shipment to celebrate 4/20, it might be too late.The Colorado State Patrol confiscated about 50 pounds of marijuana early Friday afternoon near Fruita.State troopers tweeted out the photo of the seizure.If you haven’t receive your 4/20 shipment yet you may out of luck! CSP seized this load of about 50 pounds of weed early this afternoon. Jail is not a Chill pad to crash for the night #420Safely #PrisonAnyone? pic.twitter
  • A Line Delays Up To 1 Hour

    DENVER (CBS4)– RTD’s A Line is experiencing up to 60-minute delays. Bus service was running between 61st and Pena Station and Denver Airport Station.
    The delays were first reported about 5:30 p.m. by RTD due to two disabled trains.
    A line train service remains suspended between @DENAirport and 61st & Pena Stations until further notice. Bus shuttles service is operating EB/WB between these stations. Crews are working on moving two disabled trains near Pena. Alternate transportatio
  • Latest Forecast: Storm System Bringing Heavy Rain & Snow

    By Lauren WhitneyDENVER (CBS4) –
    A storm cruising through Colorado is bringing rain and snow to many areas. Snow continues to fall in the high country, with mostly rain in lower elevations and eastern Colorado. This is our third Friday storm system in a row!
    Rain likely in Denver well into the night, with snow continuing to fall heavily in the high country. We have numerous Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories for our mountains. Many areas could see 5 to 10 inches of snow th
  • ‘Fear… When I Walk Into My Classroom’: Students Protest Gun Violence

    By Joel Hillan
    ARVADA, Colo. (CBS4)– About 50 students walked out of Ralston Valley High School Friday to protest gun violence.
    Among them was senior Riley Taylor who organized the protest. She says she started planning the walkout in February.
    Ralston Valley High School senior Riley Taylor (credit: CBS)
    “I’m sick of being scared. I’m sick of going to school terrified that I might not come home,” said Riley.
    Riley is not alone in her fear.
    Ralston Valley High School
  • CDC Expands Warning In E. coli Outbreak From Romaine Lettuce

    YUMA, Ariz. (AP) — The Centers for Disease Control is expanding a warning about contaminated lettuce from Arizona that has now sickened dozens of people in several states.
    The CDC said Friday that consumers are being advised to avoid whole heads and hearts of romaine lettuce that may have come from the Yuma region.
    Previous warnings only applied to chopped romaine by itself or as part of salads and salad mixes.(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)Officials say people at an Alaska correct
  • Western Slope Wildfire Closes I-70 3 Different Times

    FRUITA, Colo. (CBS4) – A wildfire that shut down a stretch of Interstate 70 in western Colorado three different times over the past 24 hours continues give firefighters headaches.
    Skipper Island Fire (credit: Mesa County)
    The Skipper Island Fire near Fruita started Wednesday night on an island in the Colorado River and spread Thursday after winds picked up. The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office says a campfire is believed to have started the fire.
    Even though the fire fully contained on F
  • 4/20 Festival Boasts More Security, Variety Of Activities

    DENVER (CBS4)– It’s known as the largest 4/20 festival but this year there are new organizers of the annual tradition in Civic Center Park. They say there are more activities to choose from compared to years past and more security.
    Last year’s 4/20 rally created some troubles after trash covered Civic Center Park the morning after the event. That caused the city to revoke the event organizer’s permit and almost cancel the pro-marijuana rally.
    (credit: CBS)
    After some dram
  • Western Slope Wildfire Closes I-70 Two Different Times

    FRUITA, Colo. (CBS4) – A wildfire that shut down a stretch of Interstate 70 in western Colorado two different times over the past 24 hours continues give firefighters headaches.
    Skipper Island Fire (credit: Mesa County)
    The Skipper Island Fire near Fruita started Wednesday night on an island in the Colorado River and spread Thursday after winds picked up. The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office says a campfire is believed to have started the fire.
    On Friday morning authorities said the burn
  • Nephew Of Mitt Romney Fails To Make Colorado Primary Ballot

    DENVER (AP) — Businessman Doug Robinson, a nephew of former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, failed to qualify for Colorado’s Republican gubernatorial primary ballot, a state official announced Friday.
    Colorado politicians hoping to land on their party’s statewide primary ballot must gather 1,500 signatures from party voters in each of the state’s seven congressional districts.
    Secretary of State Wayne Williams said Robinson was unable to get the required signatures in
  • No Fix In Sight For Tax Cuts Squeezing Rural Colorado

    DENVER (AP) — In a Colorado resort town 40 miles south of Rocky Mountain National Park, a steady influx of tourists and residents means more fires for Chief Todd Holzworth to fight. His East Grand Fire Protection District in Winter Park has twice as many emergencies as in 2010, but his budget has been slashed by a quarter since then.
    Despite a Colorado economy that has bounced back from the Great Recession to rank among the nation’s best, small fire districts like East Grand are figh
  • Students Deliver Gift Cards To Deputies On Their Day Off

    By Tori Mason
    CASTLE ROCK, Colo. (CBS4) – Douglas County has bled blue ever since Deputy Zack Parrish was killed in the line of duty on New Year’s Eve.
    Zack Parrish (credit: CBS)
    With their minds on the tragedy, a group of students used their day off on Friday to show deputies how grateful they are for their service.
    Students from the Interact clubs at Mountain Vista High School and Mountain Ridge Middle School in Highlands Ranch collected hundreds of gift cards to give to Dougl
  • Man Gets 25 Years For Beating Wife With AR-15

    GREELEY, Colo. (CBS4) – A Weld County man will spend the next two decades behind bars after severely beating his now ex-wife with an AR-15 — while their young children were present.
    Police were called to the home in LaSalle on March 17, 2017, and found the victim’s face was bloody, swollen and disfigured.
    According to court documents, the victim told officers that 28-year-old David Guthier, came home while she was sitting on the couch with her 4-year-old son. The
  • Avalanche To Start Third String Goalie In Elimination Game

    By Ben Warwick
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (CBS4) – The Avalanche’s hopes of forcing a Game 6 in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs rest in the glove of Andrew Hammond.
    Hammond replaced goalie Jonathan Bernier late in the game of the Avs’ Game 5 loss to the Nashville Predators at Pepsi Center on Wednesday. Bernier left the game with what the team called a “lower body injury.”
    He’s been ruled out of Friday’s Game 6 in Nashville.
    (credit: John Leyba/The Denv
  • Survivor Castoff Libby Vincek Speaks Out

    “Survivor: Ghost Island” is down to 11 contestants as Libby Vincek got voted out a Tribal Council this week. Libby had many strong friendships and was seen as a threat to win by some some of the other contestants. In the end, those things and a few other circumstances ultimately were the reason why her torch was extinguished.
    Libby talked with CBS Local about why she got voted off, her Survivor experience and who she wants to win.
    Why do you think you were voted off?
    Libby Vincek: I
  • Former Columbine Principal ‘Inspired’ By Students Fighting For Change

    DENVER (CBS4) – Frank DeAngelis says he still remembers the Columbine school shooting that happened 19 years ago like it was yesterday. And he never expected he’d still be talking about school shootings in 2018.“Every time there’s another school shooting, a reference is made to Columbine High School, and that’s painful,” the former principal of the high school told CBS4 at Thursday night’s gun control rally at Clement Park near the school.
    During the ral
  • Man Arrested After Being Shot By His Mother

    ELBERT COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A 23-year-old man has been arrested after being shot by his mother.
    Investigators say James Mamich broke into his mother’s home, which is just north of the town of Elizabeth, on Monday afternoon. Mamich does not reside in the home.
    According to the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office, Mamich assaulted his mother and she shot him because she feared for her life.
    Mamich was transported to the hospital for treatment and released Thursday. That’s
  • NBA Coaching Candidates: Perfect Hires For Every Opening

    By James Herbert
    (CBS Sports)- Last summer was an aberration in the NBA coaching world, as zero — ZERO! — teams made a change. It turned out that this did not reflect the profession getting less volatile, as three coaches — Earl Watson in Phoenix, David Fizdale in Memphis and Jason Kidd in Milwaukee — were fired midseason. Three more — Jeff Hornacek in New York, Steve Clifford in Charlotte and Frank Vogel in Orlando — have been dismissed since the end of the r
  • Hickenlooper Won’t Rule Out Banning Marijuana Again

    (CNN) — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has two facts in front of him: Since 2014 crime has been rising in his state, outstripping the national trend, and since 2014 recreational use of marijuana has been legal.
    Whether the two are connected is hotly debated — and if they are, then what? For the first time publicly, Hickenlooper told CNN he doesn’t rule out recriminalizing recreational marijuana, even if that’s a longshot.
    “Trust me, if the data was coming back
  • EDM Star Avicii Found Dead, Representative Says

    MUSCAT, Oman (CBS4) — Electronic Dance Music star Avicii was found dead in Muscat, Oman, a representative confirmed to the Associated Press.
    The Swedish DJ, whose real name was Tim Bergling, was 28.
    The representative released a statement that said, in part, “The family is devastated and we ask everyone to please respect their need for privacy in this difficult time. No further statements will be given.”
    MIAMI BEACH, FL – MARCH 21: Avicii performs at his House For Hu
  • Former Bronco Evan Mathis Sells 1952 Mickey Mantle Card For Over $2M

    By Ryan Mayer
    (CBS) – Baseball cards have long been a hobby in the United States, with many people beginning their collections as kids. In many cases, the hobby doesn’t last beyond childhood. However, there are still plenty of folks out there who continue their collecting well into their adult years, searching for those rare cards that are valued above all others.
    On Thursday night, one of those rare cards came onto the market and was sold for nearly $3 million.
    According to ESPN&rsq
  • Santa To Make A Spring Visit To Colorado After Retailer Steps In To Help Charity

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – A major retailer is lending a hand to a Colorado charity that was targeted by thieves.
    (credit: CBS)
    Someone stole 60 bicycles from Christmas Unlimited earlier this month. The Colorado Springs charity buys holiday gifts for families in need.
    The nonprofit had all the bikes in storage to save for next Christmas and for a short while after the crime they worried about how they would replace them. Then a Walmart manager called and said nine southern Colorado s
  • Santa Makes Spring Visit To Colorado After Retailer Steps In To Help Charity

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – A major retailer is lending a hand to a Colorado charity that was targeted by thieves.
    (credit: CBS)
    Someone stole 60 bicycles from Christmas Unlimited earlier this month. The Colorado Springs charity buys holiday gifts for families in need.
    The nonprofit had all the bikes in storage to save for next Christmas and for a short while after the crime they worried about how they would replace them. Then a Walmart manager called and said nine southern Colorado s
  • Students Participate In School Walkouts On Columbine Anniversary

    (AP) — Students across the country started streaming out of their schools Friday in the latest round of gun-control activism following the February shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida.
    The protests were chosen to line up with the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting, which left 13 people dead in Jefferson County.At 10 a.m. in each time zone, students at dozens of schools left class to take moments of silence honoring the victims at Columbine and other shootings
  • Students Begin School Walkouts On Columbine Anniversary

    (AP) — Students across the country started streaming out of their schools Friday in the latest round of gun-control activism following the February shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida.
    The protests were chosen to line up with the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting, which left 13 people dead in Littleton, Colorado.At 10 a.m. in each time zone, students at dozens of schools left class to take moments of silence honoring the victims at Columbine and other shooti
  • Florida Student Shot At School On National School Walkout Day

    (CNN) — A student was wounded after a shooting Friday morning at a high school in Ocala, Florida, the Marion County Sheriff’s Office said, shortly before students were to walk out as part of a national protest against gun violence.
    The student was shot in the ankle and transported to a hospital with a wound not considered life threatening, said Kevin Christian, Marion Public Schools spokesman.
    A suspect was taken into custody in what’s the 20th US school shooting this year.
    WAT
  • CSU Celebrates First Bison Calf Conceived Using In Vitro Fertilization

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – Scientists are working to grow the herd of bison on public lands in Northern Colorado and a group from Colorado State University is studying the most effective way to do that.
    (credit: CBS)
    This week the CSU Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology Laboratory shared images of a 10-month old calf is known as IVF 1. She’s the first bison calf conceived using in vitro fertilization at the university.
    IVF 1’s genetic material came from bison removed from t
  • Avalanche Players Claimed Off Waivers Making Most Of 2nd Chances

    DENVER (AP) — Colorado defenseman Patrik Nemeth set career highs this season in goals, games and perhaps even grudges.
    See what a little chip on the shoulder can do?
    Ryan Ellis #4 and Kyle Turris #7 of the Nashville Predators exchange words with Patrik Nemeth of the Colorado Rockies in Game 3 of the Western Conference First Round during the 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at the Pepsi Center on April 16, 2018. (credit: Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)
    Waived by Dallas in October, he was claime
  • Orioles Trading Manny Machado At Deadline Seeming More Likely

    By Dayn Perry
    (CBS Sports)- Orioles infielder Manny Machado endured a bit of a disappointing 2017 season, but thus far in 2018 he’s producing in line with expectations. Through 19 games, Machado in this, his age-25 campaign owns a slash line of .338/.414/.623 (189 OPS+) with five home runs and seven doubles. Those are excellent numbers, to say the least.
    Machado of course is bound for a big payday next winter. He’s very young as pending free agents go, he’s a dif
  • Nearly 3,000 Fort Carson Soldiers To Be Deployed

    FORT CARSON, Colo. (CBS4) – Fort Carson is about to deploy its highest number of troops since the height of the Iraq War.
    (credit: CBS)
    The Army announced approximately 2,800 soldiers from the 4th Combat Aviation Brigade will serve in Europe and the Middle East.
    Some will support NATO’s response to increased Russian aggression in eastern Europe and the others will work on counterterrorism efforts in the Middle East.
    Officials from Fort Carson have not said how long the deployments wi
  • Suspects At Large After Evening Shooting

    DENVER (CBS) – Denver police are looking for suspects in a deadly shooting that took place Thursday night.
    (credit: CBS)
    Officers arrived at the crime scene near the intersection of East 37th Avenue and Elizabeth Street at approximately 6:45 p.m. That’s right by Martin J. Schafer Park.
    One person was found dead. That person hasn’t been identified.
    Investigators were still on the scene processing evidence many hours later.
  • SportsLine’s Top Weekend Picks: NBA And NHL Playoffs Roll On

    Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Indiana PacersFriday, April 20, 2018, 7:00 pm ET
    CLEVELAND +1
    I need to ride LeBron James. The Cavs will continue to get better as the playoffs get deeper. Game 3 is a must-win for the Cavs and that is all we need to do to get an ATS cover. I have the Cavaliers as 4-point favorites in this spot.
    SportsLine Expert: Kenny White (9-7-1 in last 17 NBA O/U picks)
    Toronto Raptors vs. Washington WizardsFriday, April 20, 2018, 8:00 pm ET
    WASHINGTON -2
    The Wizards were embarrassed
  • VIDEO: Road Rage Attackers At Large After Assault

    EATON, Colo. (CBS4) – The Weld County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating two men who pulled a driver out of his car and assaulted him last weekend.
    They released dashcam video of the attack, which happened late Sunday near the intersection of County Road 31 and County Road 76 west of Eaton.
    Police say the road rage case started when the suspects made a gesture as they drove past the victim’s car. They stopped ahead of it and got out.In the video,
  • 4/20 Rally Gets Going In Denver Under New Organizer

    By Makenzie O’Keefe
    DENVER (CBS4) – While preparations for Denver’s annual 4/20 rally are underway, people should prepare for a smoky haze and a busy downtown. Tens of thousands people are expected to pack Civic Center Park for this year’s event.
    (credit: CBS)
    You may remember last year’s 4/20 rally created some troubles after trash covered Civic Center Park the morning after the event. That caused the city to revoke the event organizer’s permit and almost can
  • Latest Forecast: Rain, Then Snow, Then Back To Rain

    By Ashton Altieri
    DENVER (CBS4) – A storm moving east across Colorado on Friday will bring rain and snow to virtually the entire state. Denver and the Front Range will stay mainly dry in the morning followed by increasing chances for rain during the afternoon and evening. Eventually the rain chance will approach 100% Friday night and after midnight we expect a transition to snow.
    Up to 1″ of accumulation is possible on the grass, rooftops, and vehicles in the metro area by daybreak S
  • Prosecutor: Officers Have ‘No Science’ To Police Drivers Who Are High

    (CBS NEWS) – Friday is April 20, or 420, a day many people celebrate marijuana. A new CBS News poll found nearly 60 percent of Americans believe marijuana should be legal. As some states start to legalize it, law enforcement officers are having a difficult time policing drivers who are high.
    In 2016, there were 51 driving deaths in Colorado linked to marijuana. But the situation between pot and traffic fatalities is still unclear in this state. Colorado knows how many people have died rece
  • Hundreds Gather Near Columbine For Voting Rally, Candlelight Vigil

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4/AP) — About 1,000 people, including a group of students from Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, gathered in a park near Columbine High School Thursday night to push for gun control and to highlight the importance of voting in the next election.
    The group gathered Thursday evening, the day before the 19th anniversary of the Colorado school shooting that killed 12 students and a teacher.(credit: CBS)
    “This nation should’ve realized

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