• Nuggets Unveil New Hashtag Ahead Of First Regular Season Game

    DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Nuggets’ first regular season game is Wednesday night in Los Angeles against the Los Angeles Clippers. The Nuggets want you to get involved on Twitter.
    They posted a video featuring the team’s brand new emoji.
    New season. New look. New hashtag. #MileHighBasketball pic.twitter.com/VGOkJq7yLZ
    — Denver Nuggets (@nuggets) October 16, 2018
    When fans use the hashtag “Mile High Basketball,” the Nuggets’ new logo pops up as an emoji.
  • ‘Piece Of American History’: 1912 Sears Home Found In Greeley

    By Shawn Chitnis
    GREELEY, Colo. (CBS4) – A home on the edge of town stands as a reminder of another time in American life and the height of a company’s influence on the country. It remains in place the week Sears announced its filing for bankruptcy and closing more than 140 stores.
    Betsy Kellums (credit: CBS)
    “They used a catalog to ship houses across the country, that was revolutionary in the early 1900s,” said Betsy Kellums, a historic preservation specialist for the Ci
  • Centennial Businesses Targeted In Smash & Grabs

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4) – Frustrated business owners are dealing with more smash and grab burglaries — this time in Centennial. The suspects targeted three businesses near South Yosemite Street.
    Right now, police do not believe the crimes in Centennial are tied to the 10 other smash and grabs earlier this week in Parker. Those in Parker are a couple of miles apart from each other.
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    RELATED: Parker Community Holds ‘Cash Mob’ For Businesses In Smash
  • Latest Colorado Weather Forecast: Getting Closer To Normal Temperatures

    By Lauren Whitney
    DENVER (CBS4) –
    Warmer temperatures on Wednesday, but still running below average for much of the Front Range and Foothills. We hit the low 60s, which is still below average of 65 degrees. This meant it was our 12th day in a row below average here in Denver.
    We had some clouds and a bit of wind, but did stay dry. Parts of the high country and Western Slope saw some rain and snow, but the rest of us stayed dry. We’ll stay dry again tomorrow for eastern Colorado, whil
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  • VIRAL: Texas Mom Tracks Down Son Who Stole Her Brand New BMW

    EL PASO, Texas (CBS4) – A video of a mother in El Paso, Texas has gone viral after her 13-year-old son turned off the WiFi in their home so she couldn’t see him steal her brand new BMW via the security cameras.
    It didn’t take long before mom realized what happened and started driving around to find him. The whole ordeal was caught on video thanks to the teenager’s older sister, Liza.
    My 13 year old brother disconnected the WiFi so my mom wouldn’t be able to see her
  • Concern Grows At DU Over Disappearance Of Saudi Arabian Journalist Jamal Khashoggi

    By Rick Sallinger
    DENVER (CBS4)– At the University of Denver there is a concern over the disappearance and suspected murder of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
    In Washington, DC in April, Khashoggi gave a talk on why the Arab World needs democracy.
    Jamal Khashoggi (credit: Nader Hashemi)
    DU was a co-sponsor of the conference at the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy.
    Nader Hashemi, the director of the DU center for Middle Eastern studies met Khashoggi there as he was hono
  • Snow Is The Classroom For Colorado Mountain College Students

    By Matt Kroschel
    LEADVILLE, Colo. (CBS4)– The first ski and snowboard terrain park to open in Colorado, beating out Loveland and Arapahoe basin, was actually built by college students in Leadville.
    Their classroom is on the snow. The students made the snow using what they are learning as part of the ski operations program at Colorado Mountain College.
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    For students at the Leadville campus, the ski area operations program is special.
    “It’s really satisfying to bring
  • Children Fighting Serious Illnesses Treated To Halloween Fun

    By Joel Hillan
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Pediatric patients at Children’s Hospital Colorado and their families got a special treat Wednesday. Spirit of Halloween hosted a party complete with free costumes, games and crafts.
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    Families like the Hernandez’s were grateful the distraction.
    “It’s always hard when I bring her for chemo because it’s painful and she has a hard time,” said Claudia Hernandez.
    Valentina Hernandez (credit: CBS)
    A littl
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  • ‘Scraps’ On A Mission To Make Composting Cool

    By Kathy Walsh
    DENVER (CBS4) – According to the city, more than 50 percent of what Denver throws in the trash can be composted. A “scrappy” company is dedicated to sending less waste to the landfill.
    It’s called, Scraps, a pedal-powered compost pickup service. The founder is 36-year-old Christi Turner.
    Five days a week, she rides a tricycle up to 40 miles a day picking up bags of what most people throw out. Turner is on a mission to turn waste into something won
  • Lisa Calderon Wants To Create More Affordable Denver In Bid For Mayor

    DENVER (CBS4) – The newest candidate for Mayor of Denver kicked off her campaign with a news conference in City Park on Wednesday. Lisa Calderon hopes to become Denver’s first female mayor.
    The community activist has worked for several Denver non-profits.
    (credit: CBS)
    In March, Calderon organized a protest calling for Mayor Michael Hancock’s resignation after he apologized for sending inappropriate texts to a former member of his security team.
    Calderon wants to create a more
  • Surveillance Video Catches Bear Prudently Opening Vehicle Doors

    BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – A bear in Boulder was caught red-handed rummaging, very thoughtfully, through a vehicle during a snow storm on Sunday.
    (credit: Red Van Workshop)
    Red Van Workshop shared the video from west Boulder with CBS4. It shows the vehicle covered in snow and the bear first opening the front passenger door in search for food.
    (credit: Red Van Workshop)
    Then after a few moments and no food discovered, it walks toward the back of the vehicle… and opens two doors on the d
  • ‘From Normal To Something Wrong Pretty Quick’: Astronaut Describes Soyuz Aborted Launch

    KAZAKHSTAN (CBS4)– A NASA astronaut who graduated from the Air Force Academy says he’s lucky to be alive after an emergency landing shortly after launching for the International Space Station.
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    Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin survived an emergency landing after a booster failure on a Russian Soyuz rocket last Thursday.
    Nick Hague (credit: CBS)
    “I imagined that my first trip to outer space was going to be a memorable one. I didn’t expect it wo
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  • Wildlife Experts Rescue Adorable, Juvenile Cooper’s Hawk

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Colorado Parks and Wildlife experts helped save a baby Cooper’s hawk in Colorado Springs.
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    Officials say it was found in a yard near the Prospect Lake area.
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    A wildlife biologist and raptor expert examined the bird which is now headed for rehabilitation at the Nature and Wildlife Discovery Center in Pueblo.
    (credit: CBS)
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    Details about the hawk’s rescue haven’t been released.
  • Water Main Break Repaired, Service Restored To Homes

    DENVER (CBS4)– A water main break in Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood left more than a dozen homes without water for several hours on Wednesday.
    The 8-inch main break near 26th Avenue and Leyden Street left about 14 homes without water and a big hole in the road while crews make repairs most of Wednesday.
    Copter4 flew over the water main break (credit: CBS)
    The break happened just before 5 a.m. and crews worked until 3 p.m. to repair it.
    (credit: CBS)
  • Expedited DNA Testing Helps Identify Suspect In Two Aurora Rape Cases

    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Aurora police hope more possible victims of an accused rapist come forward. Police arrested 24-year-old Ble Ghislain Kore on Tuesday.
    Two 17-year-old girls reported being sexually assaulted by the suspect in September on the same day.
    One happened on South Vaughn Way and the other happened about a mile away on East Jewell Avenue.
    Investigators say DNA evidence from both victims led police to the suspect. They then worked with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation
  • Semi Crashes Into E-470 Overpass, Leaves Large Mess Behind

    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Colorado State Patrol responded to a semi truck crash which left a huge mess behind. The truck crashed into an E-470 bridge over 64th Avenue Wednesday morning.
    (credit: CBS)
    The crash closed southbound lanes for hours, but were reopened at around 3 p.m.
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    Two people were hurt and sent to the hospital, but they’re expected to be okay.
    (credit: CBS)
    The semi spilled a dry wall material and fuel which had to be cleaned up. Inspectors were on
  • Researchers Study Vaccine To Target Aggressive Form Of Breast Cancer

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (CBS Local) — A definitive cure for cancer has remained elusive despite years of steady advancements in treatment.
    But a team of researchers on the Mayo Clinic’s Florida campus are studying a new anti-cancer vaccine that would help the body resist the return of an aggressive form of breast cancer.
    The vaccine would be used in combination with Trastuzumab, an immune-stimulating drug given to women following surgery to remove a HER2 tumor.
    HER2-positive breast c
  • Colorado Receiver Honors Late Father With Play, Dreadlocks

    BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Away from the field, he’s just Laviska Shenault Jr. — a mild-mannered, soft-spoken person who doesn’t like the spotlight.
    Once he steps onto it, the Colorado sophomore receiver transforms into an alter ego he’s nicknamed “Viska 2Live” — a play-making wizard who’s vaulted into the conversation for the Heisman Trophy.
    That humbleness and being the best he can be is his way of honoring his father , who died while getting ou
  • ‘There Is No God,’ Stephen Hawking Says In Final Book

    (CNN) — There is no God — that’s the conclusion of the celebrated physicist Stephen Hawking, whose final book is published Tuesday.
    The book, which was completed by his family after his death, presents answers to the questions that Hawking said he received most during his time on Earth.
    Other bombshells the British scientist left his readers with include the belief that alien life is out there, artificial intelligence could outsmart humans and time travel can’t
  • Sen. Gardner Calls For ‘Full Investigation’ Into Saudi Journalist’s Disappearance

    DENVER (CBS4)– Colorado Republican Sen. Cory Gardner is calling for a full investigation into the disappearance of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist who went missing after entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul earlier this month.
    He told CBS4’s partners at KOA Radio Wednesday morning that if Saudi Arabia played a role in his disappearance or death, there should be stiff sanctions.
    Sen. Cory Gardner (credit: CBS)
    “There is no doubt this is a defining m
  • ‘Vampire Burial’ Site Discovered In Italy

    LUGNANO, Italy (CBS Local) — They’re calling it the “Vampire of Lugnano.”
    Archaeologists have unearthed the remains of a 10-year-old child in a northern Italian cemetery, whom they believe was given a “vampire burial” to prevent the deceased from rising from the dead.
    “I’ve never seen anything like it. It’s extremely eerie and weird,” said University of Arizona archaeologist David Soren, who has overseen archaeological excavations at th
  • Football Players Hit The Field For Lesson That Everyone Can Learn From

    By Tori Mason
    LAKEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4)– Columbine and Dakota Ridge High School students hit the field to help some fellow students get a better grip on the ball and game rules during a flag football tournament.
    Special needs students from Jefferson County got to show off their skills Wednesday during a flag football tournament at Trailblazer Field.
    (credit: CBS)
    JEFFCO Adaptive Athletics aims to make sports possible for every student in their district — and they do it with a little hel
  • CDC Confirms 62 Cases Of Polio-Like Illness, Mostly Affecting Children

    (CBS) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed 62 cases of the rare polio-like neurological condition acute flaccid myelitis, also known as AFM, so far this year in the U.S. More than 90 percent of the cases involved children 18 or younger, with an average age of just 4 years old.
    Cases have been confirmed in 22 states. Officials said they are looking at an additional 65 possible cases of AFM.
    AFM is an illness that affects the nervous system, specifically the ar
  • Nora Krug Confronts Her German Roots In ‘Belonging’

    Photo Courtesy of Simon & Schuster
    Nora Krug’s drawings and visual narratives have appeared in publications such as The New York Times, The Guardian, and Le Monde diplomatique. Her short-form graphic biography, Kamikaze, about a surviving Japanese WWII pilot, was included in the 2012 editions of Best American Comics and Best American Nonrequired Reading.
    Her animations were shown at Sundance, and she is the recipient of fellowships from the Maurice Se
  • CU Lineman Jase Franke Suffers College Career-Ending Injury

    By Adam Munsterteiger
    BOULDER (247 SPORTS) – Colorado head coach Mike MacIntyre confirmed senior defensive lineman Jase Franke suffered a torn ACL during the Buffaloes’ loss at USC and will miss the remainder of the 2018 season. Starters Mustafa Johnson, Javier Edwards and Israel Antwine are the only defensive linemen that had played more snaps than Franke going into last Saturday’s game.
    “It is really sad. That is the end of his career here,” MacIntyre said. &ldquo
  • Nuggets Announce Contract Extension For Coach Michael Malone

    DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Nuggets have announced that they have agreed to a contract extension with their head coach. Michael Malone has coached the Nuggets since 2015.
    Michael Malone (credit: Tim Bradbury/Getty Images)
    The team shared the news in a tweet just before noon on Wednesday. The terms of the deal haven’t been announced.
    The Nuggets first regular season game is Wednesday night against the Clippers.
  • Couple Plans To Visit 6 Disney Parks On 2 Coasts In 1 Day

    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — A Tennessee couple plans to visit six Disney parks on two U.S. coasts in one day.
    Heather and Clark Ensminger on Wednesday plan to visit Disney World’s four theme parks in Florida, hop a cross-country plane and end the night at Disney’s two California parks.
    The couple from Kingsport, Tennessee, will be armed with a spreadsheet showing what time they need to be at each park.
    In Florida, they plan to have breakfast at Disney’s Hollywood Studios before
  • Good Dog! Study Reveals Canines Can Understand Some Words

    (CBS Local) — Researchers at Emory University say they’ve confirmed what dog people have suspected for quite some time — that canines may know exactly what we mean when we use certain words or phrases.
    “Many dog owners think that their dogs know what some words mean, but there really isn’t much scientific evidence to support that,” said Ashley Prichard, first author of a new study on how dogs process language. “We wanted to get data from the dogs themsel
  • Water Main Break Means Big Hole In Road, No Water

    DENVER (CBS4)– A water main break in Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood has left more than a dozen homes without water on Wednesday.
    The 8-inch main break near 26th Avenue and Leyden Street has left about 14 homes without water and a big hole in the road while crews make repairs.Copter4 flew over the water main break (credit: CBS)
    The break happened just before 5 a.m. and crews have been working since then to repair it.(credit: CBS)
  • Firefighter From Lafayette To Return Home After Medical Emergency In Mexico

    LAFAYETTE, Colo. (CBS4) – A firefighter from Lafayette is scheduled to return to Colorado on Wednesday after a medical emergency threatened to keep him in Mexico.(credit: Oliver family)
    Jason Oliver, 42, was hospitalized two days into a trip celebrating his 16th wedding anniversary in Cancun.Jason and Maigan Oliver (credit: Oliver family)
    Doctors conducted a CT scan and found bleeding in his brain.
    The family did not have travel insurance and his wife was unsure when they would be able to
  • ‘The World’s Best’ To Premiere Immediately After Super Bowl LIII On CBS

    CBS has announced The World’s Best, a new global talent competition, will premiere immediately following Super Bowl LIII on Sunday, February 3, 2019 from 10:00-11:00 PM, ET/7:00-8:00 PM, PT (time is approximate after post-game coverage).
    James Corden, Emmy Award-winning host of The Late Late Show with James Corden, will pull double duty as host and executive producer for this one-of-a-kind talent competition series featuring elite acts from around the world. Golden Globe Award winner Drew
  • Garth Brooks To Perform The First Ever Live Concert At Notre Dame Stadium

    Garth Brooks will premiere his new primetime television special, Garth: Live At Notre Dame!, on Sunday, December 2 at 8 p.m. on CBS. This special television event will show Brooks as he performs the first live concert ever held at the legendary Notre Dame Stadium, at the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Indiana, on Saturday, Oct. 20.
    “After the sellout, I thought it could not get any more exciting than this,” said Garth Brooks. “Then, CBS calls and, in an instant, the sh
  • Drivers Notice Commute Changes As Central 70 Project Begins

    By Shawn Chitnis
    DENVER (CBS4) – Drivers who take York Street to Interstate 70 noticed there was a glitch in their morning commute on Tuesday.
    “The space between the interchanges that it poses a huge safety concern because people are weaving in and out,” said Gabi Dyer, Central 70 spokesperson. “This is one of the major first closures on the project.”Copter4 flew over the closure (credit: CBS)The permanent closure of the I-70 on-ramp from York Street happened Monday
  • Power Restored To 27,000+ After Major Outage

    DENVER (CBS4)– Thousands of people woke up Wednesday morning with the power restored after it was out for several hours Tuesday night.More than 27,000 people in Denver and Aurora were part of the power outage on Tuesday. (credit: CBS)
    Xcel Energy says the outage affected customers from Dayton to Marion and Alameda to 38th Avenue, which included the East Colfax and Park Hill neighborhoods. (credit: CBS)
    About 10 p.m. Tuesday, all power had been restored.Xcel is still investigating the cause
  • Citak: Championship Series’ Have Been Fun To Watch

    By Matt Citak
    We’re halfway through the NL and AL Championship Series, and boy do we have some excitement on our hands!
    After Cody Bellinger’s heroics late Tuesday night, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Milwaukee Brewers find themselves tied at two games apiece in what has been an exciting, back-and-forth affair between the two remaining National League teams.
    Over in the American League, the Boston Red Sox have continued to play like MLB’s best team, jumping out to an early 2-1 le
  • Denver DA: Officers Justified In Shooting During Search For Fugitive

    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver District Attorney Beth McCann says that officers were justified in the shooting of two people after a high-speed chase in March that was connected to the search for a fugitive who had escaped from a hospital.
    Police in Denver released body camera video that showed what happened as the chase ended just east of 40th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard.
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    Officers were searching for Mauricio Venzor-Gonzales who had escaped custody earlier that day. Officers though
  • Denver Workers Among The Most Sleep Deprived In The Country

    By Jillian Harding
    (CBS NEWS) – If you’re showing up to work yearning to go back to bed, you’re not alone. Nearly three quarters of America’s workers arrive at work tired, a study by staffing firm Accountemps found, estimating that employee exhaustion costs the economy $411 billion annually.
    Denver (credit: CBS)
    Some of the massive mistakes that pooped professionals confessed to making while on the job included accidentally paying everyone twice and deleting a project tha
  • Boulder Puts Proposal To Penalize Owners Who Build Big Houses On Hold

    BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – City leaders in Boulder are putting on hold a proposal to stop approving plans for homes bigger than 3,500 square feet.
    The proposal would have included heavy penalties for homeowners who violated the rule. It also would have meant fines for future homeowners who would renovate and make their homes larger.
    Homeowners expressed exasperation at a meeting Tuesday night about the potential loss of ability to get return on investment in their homes.“From our perspe
  • Puppeteer Who Played Big Bird On ‘Sesame Street’ Retiring After Nearly 50 Years

    WOODSTOCK, Conn. (AP/CBS Local) – The puppeteer who has played Big Bird on “Sesame Street” is retiring after nearly 50 years on the show.
    Caroll Spinney tells the New York Times that Thursday will be his last day on the program, which he joined from the start in 1969. In addition to Big Bird, the 84-year-old was also Oscar the Grouch.
    (Photo by Matthew Peyton/Getty Images)
    Spinney says “I always thought, how fortunate for me that I got to play the two best Muppets?”
  • Roasted Pig Head Sniffed Out By Customs Beagle At Airport

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    ATLANTA (CBSMiami/AP) — Hardy the beagle’s nose is making news for detecting quite a unique item in a piece of luggage. It was a roasted pig’s head discovered in a piece of luggage at the world’s busiest airport.
    In this Oct. 11, 2018 photo provided by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, CBP Agriculture Detector K-9 named Hardy looks at a roasted pig’s head at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International
  • Smoke Forces Melania Trump’s Plane Back To Military Base

    WASHINGTON (AP) — First lady Melania Trump’s plane was forced to return to a Washington area military base on Wednesday because of smoke in the cabin, temporarily delaying her trip to a Philadelphia hospital.
    Her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, said “everyone is fine and everyone is safe” after the plane returned to Joint Base Andrews.
    Mrs. Trump was using a different plane for the visit, where she planned to meet with families of children affected by exposure to opioids
  • Keenum Hasn’t Taken Denver By Storm Like He Did Minnesota

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — When the Denver Broncos signed Case Keenum to a two-year, $36 million deal last spring, they figured they were getting the quarterback who had led the Vikings to within one step of the Super Bowl.
    Instead, they’ve gotten the journeyman he was with the Texans and Rams.
    At least so far.
    Keenum’s eight interceptions are tied for the league lead and are one more than he threw in 15 games last year. He’s been especially turnover-prone in the red zone an
  • Blind Boy’s Vision Improving After New Gene Therapy Treatment

    PORTLAND, OR (CBS Local) — An Oregon boy is seeing for the first time thanks to a new gene therapy treatment.
    Caspian Soto was just like any other four-year-old, except that he had been born with a rare genetic mutation that causes Leber’s congenital amaurosis.
    The mutation affected the gene that produces the proteins needed for a fully functioning retina and left his vision dark and blurry.
    “He was just staring at overhead lights all of the time,” said Krista Soto,
  • Wanna Buy A Tilt A Whirl? Items From Heritage Square To Be Auctioned Off

    GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4)– Rides and other items from a now-closed hillside amusement park in Jefferson County will be auctioned off later this month.
    This 1963 Sellner Tilt A Whirl is one of the many items that will be auctioned off on Oct. 25. (credit: Norton Auctioneers)
    Heritage Square Amusement Park in Golden closed over the summer. It was the last vestige of a once-thriving entertainment venue in Golden.
    Originally conceived as a Denver-area Disneyland, the park grew from the dreams
  • Latest Colorado Weather Forecast: Temperatures Staying Below Normal

    By Ashton Altieri
    DENVER (CBS4) – Wednesday will be the 12th consecutive day with below normal temperatures in the Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins areas. Highs will limited to the mid 50s which is about 10 degrees below normal for the middle of October.
    A storm system spinning southwest of Colorado will also send a few clouds toward the Front Range during the afternoon on Wednesday. On the Western Slope and particularly in the San Juan Mountains there will be rain and snow due to the sto
  • Avalanche Lose To Rangers In Shootout, MacKinnon Sets Franchise Record

    NEW YORK (AP) Kevin Shattenkirk didn’t like being held out of the lineup last Thursday. He came through with a strong effort in his second game back.
    The defenseman had assists on both Rangers goals in regulation and then scored the deciding goal in the third round of a shootout to lift New York over the Colorado Avalanche 3-2 on Tuesday night.
    “Last Thursday was a tough pill to swallow, but I think it helped me,” Shattenkirk said. “When you get to sit back and analyze th
  • Avalanche Lose To Rangers 3-2 In Shootout In New York

    NEW YORK (AP) Kevin Shattenkirk didn’t like being held out of the lineup last Thursday. He came through with a strong effort in his second game back.
    The defenseman had assists on both Rangers goals in regulation and then scored the deciding goal in the third round of a shootout to lift New York over the Colorado Avalanche 3-2 on Tuesday night.
    “Last Thursday was a tough pill to swallow, but I think it helped me,” Shattenkirk said. “When you get to sit back and analyze th
  • Hard-Hitting Gubernatorial Attack Ad Stirs Controversy

    A new attack ad in the governor’s race is creating an uproar. Watch a Reality Check.
  • Top DFS Picks Week 7: With Ridley, Sanu Hobbled, Start Jones Against Giants

    By Steve Silverman
    Here’s our look at the top Daily Fantasy Football players for Week 7, and as we look at the top five players at the quarterback, running back, wide receiver and tight end positions, notice that the Kansas City Chiefs are represented at each of them.
    The Chiefs are the most dangerous offensive team in football, and even though they dropped a 43-40 decision to the Patriots in Week 6, it was one of their best games of the season.
    In addition to Patrick Mahomes, look for Kar
  • Hungry And In A Hurry? These Are The Fastest Drive-Thrus In America

    (CBS Local) — You’re in a big hurry and you’ve got a “whopper” of an appetite.
    Where do you go to “have it your way” in America?
    You may want to consider Burger King. The restaurant was just named the fastest drive-thru in America for 2018.
    Burger King can fulfill the average order in just 193.31 seconds (three minutes and 13.31 seconds), according to results of a new study in Quick Service Restaurant magazine.
    Coming in second was was Dunkin’ Donu

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