• Check Out These Favorite Spots In Denver’s West City Park Neighborhood

    (HOODLINE) – Looking to uncover all that City Park West has to offer? Get to know this Denver neighborhood by browsing its most popular local businesses, from a  breakfast joint to a wellness center.
    Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top places to visit in City Park West, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of neighborhood businesses. Read on for the results.
    Olive & Finch
    Topping the list is breakfast and brunch spot Olive & Fin
  • Denver Weather: Week Ahead Will Bring Two Chances For Snow

    DENVER (CBS4) – After a very windy end to the weekend with mountain snow we will see more of the same on Monday. A low pressure spinning over Nebraska is to blame for the unsettled weather.If you have travel plans overnight and into the day on Monday across the northern and central mountains you will likely run into winter driving conditions. The snow isn’t all that heavy but it will combine with winds that could gust in excess of 50 mph at times to make for tough travel, especially
  • 100+ Flights Into DIA Delayed Or Canceled Because Of Wind

    DENVER (CBS4) – Wind caused for dozens of delays and cancellations for incoming flights at Denver International Airport on Sunday. Airport officials warned of the conditions Sunday morning and urged passengers to check the status of their flight with their airline.
    Windy weather causes 100+ delays and cancellations coming into Denver International Airport. (credit: CBS)
    Some passengers who did get to DIA say their flight was worse than expected.
    Windy weather causes 100+ delays and cancell
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  • Newlyweds Luck Out As Snow, Wind Moves In Day After Wedding In Frisco

    FRISCO, Colo. (CBS4) – Buckle your seat belts because, as we all know, autumn in Colorado is winter lite. Especially in the high country where the aspens turn colors just in time for a coat of white.
    Snow and wind move into Frisco. (credit: CBS)
    On Sunday, Main Street Frisco was a winter wonderland.
    “I think it’s caught a few people off guard,” said Adam Lynch.
    He and his new wife, Stephanie, flew out to Frisco from Kansas City where the weather is just a bit differe
  • ‘Heard Some Cracking… Lot Of Screams’: School Of Mines Student Recalls Parade Float Collapse

    GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – A homecoming parade float collapsed Saturday morning on the Colorado School of Mines campus in Golden, sending several students to the hospital. The two-story float, operated by school fraternity and sorority members, collapsed as the trailer it was on hit a curb on a turn.
    A Greek parade float tipped over during a parade at the Colorado School of Mines. (credit: CBS)
    “It was definitely pretty scary. There were people crying,” said Tommy Papenthien, a sop
  • Underground Fire Burning Since Last Summer Discovered Near Dolores

    DOLORES, Colo. (CBS4) — A band of coal believed to have been ignited by a wildfire last summer was discovered by rangers recently when small flames emerged from a patch of hillside fissures. It is called the Coal Seam Fire.
    U. S. Forest Service personnel encountered smoldering ground cover Oct. 9 in the McPhee Park area about 10 miles northeast of Dolores. No above-surface points of ignition were apparently evident.
    (credit: Jim Mimiaga/Cortez Journal)
    “A fire crew put out the surfac
  • Driver Flees Scene After Hitting Cyclist: Denver Police

    DENVER (CBS4) – A driver hit a bicyclist on Saturday night and left the scene, Denver police say. It happened at West Evans Street and South Clay Street.
    Police want to find a dark red Toyota sedan. It’s not clear how badly the victim was hurt.
    Anyone with more information is asked to call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867.
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  • Broncos Will Consider Trading Emmanuel Sanders, Last Super Bowl 50 Offensive Player

    DENVER (CBS4) – With less than 10 days to the NFL trade deadline, the Denver Broncos are all ears. Reports came out on Sunday that the team is already fielding calls on receiver Emmanuel Sanders.
    (credit: Evan Semón/CBS)
    Sanders is the only offensive player from the Super Bowl 50 team still on the Broncos roster in 2019.
    Last year, Denver traded Demaryius Thomas to the Texans and received a fourth round draft pick in exchange. If Denver deals Sanders, they will be looking for higher
  • Denver Police: Man Hospitalized With Gunshot Injuries

    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police responded to a shooting on North Quebec Street and 7th Avenue on Saturday night. They say they found a man with gunshot wounds.
    The victim was taken to the hospital with serious injuries.#DPD Officers on scene at N. Quebec St and E. 7th Ave on a shooting. An adult male was transported to a local hospital with serious injuries. Anyone with information is asked to call 720-913-STOP (7867) pic.twitter.com/o7YSee10aX
    — Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice
  • Denver Police: Man Dies After Being Hospitalized With Gunshot Injuries

    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police responded to a shooting on North Quebec Street and 7th Avenue on Saturday night. They say they found a man with gunshot wounds.
    The victim was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. He died Sunday.#DPD Officers on scene at N. Quebec St and E. 7th Ave on a shooting. An adult male was transported to a local hospital with serious injuries. Anyone with information is asked to call 720-913-STOP (7867) pic.twitter.com/o7YSee10aX
    — Denver Police Dept
  • ‘Way More Fun Than A Lot Of Jobs’: Colorado Girl Scouts Take On Cyber Challenge

    LITTLETON, Colo. (CBS4) – Girl Scouts across the country took part in the first ever National Girl Scouts Cyber Challenge on Saturday, including more than 200 scouts in Colorado. At the Arapahoe Community College in Littleton, middle and high school aged Girl Scouts from around the state learned important cyber security skills.
    Girls Scouts of Colorado participate in a Cyber Challenge in Littleton. (credit: CBS)
    They solved a hypothetical ransomware attack in a mission that was out of this
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  • ‘So Supported & So Loved’: Community Gala Helps Families Fighting Batten Disease

    ARVADA, Colo. (CBS4) – As far as galas go, one held on Saturday in Arvada was pretty typical. There was mingling, drinks and a silent auction, but the reason for the event is pretty extraordinary.
    A gala held to raise funds for a cure to CLN3 Batten Disease and research. (credit: CBS)
    Beth and Jon Fries are parents to five girls. The two oldest have CLN3 Batten disease. Because of the disease, the girls are losing their sight. They also have seizures, learning difficulties, and behavi
  • Day 7: Classrooms Reopen Amid Park County Teacher Strike

    PARK COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Classrooms in Park County will re-open on Monday for students. This is despite the Park County School District RE-2 and the South Park Education Association not coming to a resolution on an ongoing teacher strike.
    Teachers in Park County take part in a strike on Monday. (credit: CBS)
    District officials say teachers who have agreed to work will staff the classrooms, as well as licensed substitute teachers from around the region.
    “Our other staff will also b
  • 2 Juveniles, 1 Adult Shot At Mission Viejo Park

    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Aurora police say three people, including two juveniles, were shot Saturday night. Officers responded to Mission Viejo Park on South Mission Parkway.
    Investigators are looking for a newer model Honda Civic. Details about a license plate or the suspect are not known, police say.
    All three victims were taken to the hospital. It’s unclear their conditions.
    Details about what preceded the shooting were not released.
  • $2,000 Reward Offered Amid Search Of Michael Steven Harrison

    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police want to find Michael Steven Harrison who is suspected of murder. They say the 51-year-old is connected to a murder at the Super 8 Motel near 36th Avenue and Quebec Street.
    Michael Steven Harrison (credit: Denver)
    The crime happened on Friday.pic.twitter.com/htLIBNL7m5
    — Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) October 19, 2019Police say Harrison could be driving a 2002 silver, convertible Mercedes sedan with a specialty license plate from Florida which reads
  • 4 Hurt In Early Morning Shooting Involving Aurora Police

    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Aurora police are asking for witnesses of an early morning officer-involved shooting to come forward. Officers responded to an apartment building near 14th Avenue and Akron Street at around 1:45 a.m.
    Officers say they responded to a call about a fight outside.
    When they arrived they heard a loud “disturbance” on the north side of the building. They later came in contact with a man holding a weapon.
    An officer fired their gun in the direction of that man w
  • Francouz, Avalanche Skate Past Lightning: ‘He Made Some Really Amazing Saves’

    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Pavel Francouz overcome some pregame jitters to get his second win in two career starts. Francouz made 44 saves, Tyson Jost had three goals, and the Colorado Avalanche beat the high-powered Tampa Bay Lightning 6-2 Saturday night.
    They remain the only NHL team without a regulation loss this season.
    TAMPA, FL – OCTOBER 19: Tyson Jost #17 of the Colorado Avalanche brings the puck up the ice against the Tampa Bay Lightning during the third period at the Amalie Are
  • Check Out These Ethiopian Spots In Aurora

    (HOODLINE) – Looking to satisfy your appetite for Ethiopian fare? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top Ethiopian spots around Aurora, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to fulfill your urges.
    Megenagna Ethiopian Restaurant
    Topping the list is Megenagna Ethiopian Restaurant. Located at 306 S. Ironton St., Unit C in Expo Park, the Ethiopian spot is the highest-rated Ethiopian restaurant in Aurora, boasting 4.5 stars out of 55 reviews
  • Police Find 2 Missing Girls From Aurora Neighborhood

    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Aurora police say they found two girls who disappeared from their homes on Friday. They are safe and back at home. Aurora police told CBS4 shortly before 5 p.m. they were about to use police bloodhounds to look for the girls near Quincy Avenue and Parker Road.
    Anya (credit: Aurora)
    The girls were last seen near Quincy Avenue and Chambers Bouleard Friday afternoon.
    Cordelia (credit: Aurora)
    Doorbell surveillance video shows the girls walking past a home at around
  • Mark ‘Munky’ Berman Honored With Memorial Ride: ‘My Dad Was A Great Man’

    DENVER (CBS4) – Hundreds of bikers from around Colorado gathered for a memorial ride, Saturday, to honor the life of one of their own. Mark “Munky” Berman was shot and killed on Oct. 13 in Denver.
    Bikers honor one of their own, Mark “Munky” Berman, who was shot and killed. (credit: CBS)
    Police arrested Alberto Calcurian and charged him with murder. A motive for the murder, or a connection between the duo, was not released by police.
    “Munky Mark” operated
  • Runners ‘March Out Hunger’ To Help Veterans Facing Food Insecurity

    DENVER (CBS4) – On Saturday, runners filled the streets of Denver as part of the Humana Rock N’ Roll 5K and Half Marathon events. The start of the race also marked the kickoff of a food drive to benefit military veterans in our community.
    Runners help Food Bank of the Rockies during the Humana Rock N’ Roll races on Saturday. (credit: CBS)
    About 40 runners took part in Humana’s Ruck March. The participants ran a 5K carrying backpacks filled with food.
    “It’s abo
  • MacKinnnon Ties Sakic For 2nd Most OT-Winning Goals In Regular Season

    SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — Nathan MacKinnon didn’t let an injury keep him off the ice. MacKinnon scored 3:03 into overtime to give the Colorado Avalanche their sixth victory in seven games this season, 5-4 over the Florida Panthers on Friday night.
    MacKinnon played after sustaining a leg injury Wednesday night in an overtime loss to Pittsburgh and missing the morning skate on Friday.Nathan MacKinnon scored his seventh regular season overtime game-winning goal, tying Joe Sakic for the
  • Dry, Windy Weather Provides Challenges For Decker Fire Firefighters

    SALIDA, Colo. (CBS4) – Dry, windy conditions on Saturday made conditions worse for firefighters battling the Decker Fire near Salida. The fire has burned 8,705 acres since it was sparked by lightning on Sept. 8.
    A helicopter transports a water bucket southwest toward the Decker Fire on October 9 (credit: Facebook/Hugh Clark on Decker Fire page)
    “Winds will become strong and steady with gusts to 45 mph. Erratic winds are likely on the east side of the fire. Max temperatures will range
  • Goodbye Mongo: Oldest African Penguin At Pueblo Zoo Dies

    PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) – Colorado zookeepers announced the death of Mongo, a penguin believed to be the oldest African penguin in captivity in North America.
    Mongo, the oldest African penguin in Colorado, died on Oct. 17. (credit: Pueblo)
    The Pueblo Chieftain reported Thursday that 38-year-old Mongo died overnight Wednesday while in captivity at the Pueblo Zoo.
    Scientists say the endangered African penguin lives an average of 20 years.
    Zoo staff say Mongo faced various health challenges includ
  • Coloradans To Vote On Prop CC Which Dismantles TABOR

    DENVER (AP) – Democrats who control Colorado’s statehouse are asking voters to dismantle part of a state tax regime which for decades has served as a model for fiscal conservatives nationwide.
    Coloradans will decide Nov. 5 if the state can permanently keep tax revenue that otherwise would be refunded under limits set by a 1992 constitutional amendment called the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights.
    Democratic lawmakers placed the measure, Prop CC, on the ballot. They’re convinced i
  • Recall Effort Underway Following Push To Quickly Expand Town Of Elizabeth

    ELIZABETH, Colo. (CBS4) – Elizabeth hasn’t changed much in 100 years. A recall effort of town’s trustees and mayor is dividing the community. The reason for the recall: growth.
    A group of people attempt to recall town trustees and the mayor of Elizabeth. (credit: CBS)
    “It’s small town. We like the feel,” said Christine Ware. She has lived in the area for 15 years and says she moved here for the community. “It’s friendly… or it used to be fri
  • Denver Police: Watch Out For Recent Broncos Ticket Scam

    DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Police Department is warning Broncos fans about a recent ticket scam. DPD responded to a theft report earlier this week.
    (credit: CBS)
    The victim says he tried to buy four Broncos tickets on Craigslist for $500, but on the day of the game he noticed the tickets he bought didn’t have the bar code needed for entry to the game.
    Police say the suspect bought the tickets legally through Ticketmaster then re-sold them to the victim. The suspect then called h
  • Lakewood Police Search For 4 Suspects In Deadly Shooting At Blue Sky Motel

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) –  Lakewood police say four men are on the run and a woman is dead from a shooting at the Blue Sky Motel on Colfax Avenue and Kendall Street. Police responded to the scene at around 9:30 p.m.
    Police respond to homicide investigation at the Blue Sky Motel in Lakewood. (credit: CBS)
    Police found the 32-year-old woman who had apparently been shot. It’s not clear whether the victim was inside or outside of the motel. She was taken to the hospital where she die
  • Several Hospitalized After Parade Float Tips Over In Golden

    GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – Ten people suffered injuries after a parade float tipped over in Golden on Saturday. Authorities tell CBS4 the float held about 30 people as part of a the Colorado School of Mines homecoming parade.
    A parade float tipped over in Golden injuring several people. (credit: CBS)
    It happened near 13th and Maple Streets. All of the victims went to nearby hospitals.
    The hitch of the truck towing the float hit something causing it to tip over, officials say.
    The parade did no
  • 2 Girls Disappear From Aurora Neighborhood, Police Searching

    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Aurora police say two girls disappeared from their homes and are considered at risk because of their age. Police say their names are Anya, 11, and Cordelia, 9.
    Anya (credit: Aurora)
    The girls were last seen near Quincy Avenue and Chambers Bouleard Friday afternoon. Anya was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and multi-colored leggings. She’s described as 5 feet tall and weighs 90 lbs.
    Cordelia (credit: Aurora)
    Cordelia was last seen wearing a black coat with
  • Colorado Weather: Wind, Snow To Create Tough Mountain Travel By Sunday

    DENVER (CBS4) – After a clear and quiet start to the day on Saturday across Colorado we’ll see the clouds increase from the northwest by this evening ahead of an approaching storm system. Snow will develop in the northern and central mountains after sunset and it could become heavy at times overnight.
    Because of the speed of this storm system we aren’t expecting high snow totals. In general most mountain locations should end up with 4-10 inches on average. There could be some i
  • “It Was The Best Time Of My Life”: Wish Kid Helps Raise Money For Make-A-Wish Colorado

    DENVER (CBS4) – Make-A-Wish Colorado has been providing amazing wishes for children with critical illnesses since 1983. It’s Walk for Wishes & 5K Run presented by Barks on Broadway Doggie Daycare is a key fundraiser for the organization to pay for those wishes. This year’s fundraising goal is $110,000.
    Greyson Saunders, 9, and his parents. (credit Amber Saunders)
    9-year-old Greyson Saunders just recently got his wish granted by Make-A-Wish Colorado. In June, he and his fami
  • Anthony ‘Antonio’ Cuevas In Custody After Woman’s Body Found In Pueblo Dumpster

    PUEBLO, Colo. (CBS4) – Police have arrested Anthony “Antonio” Cuevas on suspicion of first degree murder, after a woman’s body was found in suitcase in a dumpster in Pueblo. It’s unknown when the apparent murder happened, but a man was captured on camera dumping a suitcase in the southwest part of the Colorado city.
    (credit: Department of Corrections)
    Surveillance video released by Pueblo police shows the body being dumped on Thursday morning (credit: Pueblo Police)
  • RTD Proposes Cutting Service Due To Operator Shortage

    DENVER (CBS4) – After years of struggling to combat an operator shortage, RTD is considering a cut to service.
    Ej Katsoulas uses both rail and bus to get work.
    “I commute for about an hour a day. I drive from pretty far down south in Highlands Ranch part of the way and then I’ll catch the train part of the way and then I’ll transfer to the bus part of the way,” he said.
    Hearing a change to service could be coming is certainly not what he wanted to hear.
    “For i
  • Colorado ‘River Yeti’ Hunts For Treasure In Clear Creek

    (CBS4) – For the last year, a Colorado treasure hunter has been taking his hobby to the water and has found that business is booming.
    (credit: CBS)
    “A lot of tubers, when this water is flowing, the CFS is so high, they hit that rock then they go backwards and they flip so all their cell phones, wedding rings, everything’s lost right here,” said Ryan Mahan.
    (credit: CBS)
    Mahan never thought he would find scuba diving interesting, but in Clear Creek, he can’t get enou
  • Greeley Sled Hockey Tournament Shares Goal For A Women’s Paralympics Team

    (CBS4) – For 23-year-old Robynne Hill, sled hockey is much more than a game.
    “I can just be me out there on the ice,” she said. “My disability doesn’t matter.”
    Robynne has spastic diplegic cerebral palsy, juvenile degenerative disc disease and sympathetic reflex pain syndrome – all weakening the function her muscles and lower extremities. However, that’s hardly noticeable when she’s on the ice with her Colorado Sled Hockey team and crushing t
  • ‘Never Again’: Colorado High School Girls Develop Tech To Scan Social Media For Threats

    WESTMINSTER, Colo. (CBS4) – Dozens of female high school students gathered at Maxar Technologies on Friday for an event to encourage them to further their interests and capabilities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The keynote speaker at the American Heart Association’s “Bring Stem To Life” event was 18-year-old Sherya Nallapati, a student who is working on a technology that scans social media profiles for potential mass shooting threats.
  • MacKinnon Wrist Shot Scores In OT, Avalanche Beat Panthers 5-4

    SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — Nathan MacKinnon scored 3:30 into overtime to give the Colorado Avalanche their sixth victory in seven games this season, 5-4 over the Florida Panthers on Friday night.
    Playing after sustaining a leg injury Wednesday night in an overtime loss to Pittsburgh, MacKinnon beat Sergei Bobrovsky to the glove side.Stop us if you’ve heard this before…
    NATHAN MACKINNON IN OT, BABY!#GoAvsGo pic.twitter.com/Dte1msDyHm
    — Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) October 19
  • Loophole Allows Insurance Companies To Deny 911 Operators Workers’ Compensation For Trauma

    DENVER (CBS4) — A state lawmaker is calling for help for those who help us in emergencies. A loophole in state law has prevented 911 operators and dispatchers from using workers’ compensation when they experience emotional trauma, even though police, fire and other first responders are covered. The current law says an emergency worker has to see something traumatizing, hearing it doesn’t count.
    (credit: CBS)
    911 operators and dispatchers hear it all — and Matt Fuller with
  • In-N-Out Burger Hopes To Build Restaurant In Fort Collins

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – As the popular burger chain In-N-Out Burger expands in to Colorado, plans to build a restaurant in Fort Collins were unveiled Friday afternoon. According to preliminary plans submitted to the City of Fort Collins, and obtained by CBS4, the restaurant would be built southeast of the Colorado State University Campus at 1700 S. College Ave. That is in the southeast corner of Prospect and College.
    (credit: CBS)
    According to an application, the current 45-year-old s
  • Body Found In Pueblo Dumpster: Anthony ‘Antonio’ Cuevas Named Person Of Interest

    PUEBLO, Colo. (CBS4) – Police in Pueblo are looking for a man named Anthony Cuevas who was captured in surveillance video throwing a suitcase with a body in it into a dumpster. It’s unknown when the apparent murder happened, but a man was captured on camera dumping a suitcase in the southwest part of the Colorado city.
    (credit: Department of Corrections)
    Surveillance video released by Pueblo police shows the body being dumped on Thursday morning (credit: Pueblo Police)
    In a video pol
  • Should Homeowners Have To Pay $20,000 To Pave Dirt Road?

    SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — A ballot question aimed at one neighborhood near Breckenridge has neighbors at odds and it is all about paving roads. The dirt roads that lead you into the Peak 7 community – complete with its potholes – are what’s dividing hundreds of people ahead of next month’s election.
    (credit: CBS)
    For one resident, this is an economic hardship.
    “If we have to pick between paying to have roads paved, and our retirement, or a new roof, w
  • Denver Weather: More Mountain Snow This Weekend

    A quick cold front dropped our temperatures in Colorado and brought a few inches of snow to parts of our high country. This front was the first of two that are set to move through in the next 48 hours.
    Our second front will move through late on Saturday night. This will bring a decent dose of snow to our northern mountains. We have a Winter Weather Advisory from late Saturday night through noon on Sunday. Most areas along I-70, Vail, and Aspen could see 4 to 8 inches of snow! Rabbit Ears pass co
  • ‘It’s Being Really Mindful About The Shows We Choose’: Denver Center Theatre Company Has New Artistic Director

    DENVER (CBS4) – The challenge for any artistic director at a theater company is drawing in new audiences, and Chris Coleman is exception. He joined the DCPA Theatre Company in November of 2017. He came to Denver after an 18-year stint at Portland Center Stage, where annual attendance nearly double.
    Chris Coleman, Artistic Director, DCPA Theatre Company (credit DCPA)
    “When I’m thinking about connecting to new communities, there are a couple of things. One, what shows do we choos
  • Johnson & Johnson Recalls Baby Powder Due To Asbestos Contamination

    (CNN) — Johnson & Johnson announced on Friday that it’s initiating a voluntary recall in the United States of its popular Johnson’s Baby Powder due to low levels of asbestos contamination. The recall, which is limited to one lot of baby powder bottles produced and shipped in the United States last year, comes in response to a US Food and Drug Administration test that found levels of chrysotile asbestos contamination in samples from a bottle purchased online, according to th
  • Man Who Opened Boulder Home To Couch Surfers Allegedly Planted Camera In Shower

    (CBS4) – A 70-year-old Boulder County man is suspected of planting a camera in his shower and capturing video of a guest without his knowlege, and police say it’s “very likely” there are other victims. The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office is hoping people who think they might have been victimized by Michael David Aisner will contact them.
    Michael Aisner (credit: Boulder County)
    The crime took place over the summer when Aisner’s guest was staying at his house, w
  • After Return From Deployment (And 5 Days Of Labor), Soldier’s Wife Gives Birth

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Yvette and Joseph Castillo found out they were expecting two days before Joseph left on a deployment from Fort Carson. While he was overseas for nine months, Joseph and other soldiers from the Colorado Army base took part in military exercises in the kingdom of Jordan along with troops from 30 nations.
    (credit: CBS)
    When the troops returned to Colorado last week, Yvette literally couldn’t wait to see Joseph. She was in labor and had to get to the hosp
  • Steamboat Springs Man Elliot Stahl Found Dead, Homicide Investigation Launched

    (CBS4) – Police in the Steamboat Springs area are searching for a killer. The Routt County Sheriff’s Office says Elliot Stahl, 26, a resident of the city, was found dead on Monday afternoon.
    Stahl’s body was found on Forest Service Road 900 south of the town of Yampa. That’s approximately 15 miles south of Steamboat Springs.
    So far, police aren’t revealing any of the circumstances surrounding his death, and they aren’t saying exactly how he died. But the sheri
  • Fantasy Football Start And Sits Week 7: Start Jared Goff Against Falcons?

    (CBSLA/CBS Local) — The Los Angeles Rams have struggled of late, losing their last three games. Jared Goff, however, aside from a stinker against a strong San Francisco 49ers defense, has been mostly okay. In fact, he’s been better than okay, throwing for 395 yards and a touchdown against the Seattle Seahawks and 517 yards and two touchdowns against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
    He could put up similar — or better — numbers this week with his receiving core healthy. The Rams

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