• Student’s Tweet To Professor Helps Save Dog Lost In Massive Hailstorm

    By Chris SpearsWESTMINSTER, Colo. (CBS4) – As a massive hailstorm moved into Westminster Monday night a sweet yellow lab named Angel was on the run without her collar.
    (credit: William Hastings)
    Hail falling right before the yellow lab was spotted on the run. (credit: William Hastings)
    William Hastings, a student at Front Range Community College, saw the dog while out chasing the storm with his girlfriend and tweeted me with a video of the pup standing on a hill with intense lightning popp
  • Denver Archdiocese Calls For End Of ‘Immoral Policy’ At Southern Border

    By Jeff Todd
    DENVER (CBS4) – As the cries for a change to the policy that is separating children from parents illegally crossing the border grows louder, Denver’s Archdiocese is saying there needs to be an end to the “immoral policy and pursue solutions that support family cohesiveness.”
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    And for some who work for the Archdiocese this is an issue very close to them.
    CBS4’s Jeff Todd interviews Juan Carlos Reyes. (credit: CBS)
    “We migrated fro
  • 2 Ring Doorbells Catch Woman Trying To Break Into Homes

    By Karen Morfitt
    DENVER (CBS4) – Several homeowners in Denver’s Rosedale neighborhood are on edge after a break-in and several other attempted break-ins last week.
    (credit: Ring)
    On Thursday night, an unidentified woman showed up at two homes in the area of Evans and Grant.
    “I heard my back door open and I slowly came too,” the homeowner who asked not to be identified said.
    It was 4 a.m. and he, his wife, and their two boys were at home sleeping.
    (credit: CBS)
  • ‘Feeds My Soul’: Restaurant Serves Up Culinary Lessons

    By Jamie Leary
    DENVER (CBS4) – When Comal opened in Denver’s RiNo district in 2016, the goal was not to open another just restaurant, it was to create opportunity for low income families.
    (credit: CBS)
    Specifically, the women who are part of Denver’s large immigrant community.
    “It was created in a direct response to what the community wanted,” said Slavica Park, Director of Economic Development for Focus Points, a Denver nonprofit.
    CBS4’s J
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  • Man Released From Hospital After Road Rage Hit & Run Crash

    By Melissa Garcia
    LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – The family of a man who was seriously injured in a road rage hit and run crash has been released from the hospital.
    (credit: Jamie Jochum Mangeris)
    Scottie DeGrote, 25, suffered a broken ankle, wrist and knee. He also has a tear in his lung and road rash all over his body.
    (credit: CBS)
    DeGrote said that he and a friend were driving home from work on Highway 287 when the other driver tried to run them off the road.
    When they pulled over to confron
  • Marijuana Bus Tour Company Plans To Keep Operating Following Bust

    By Rick Sallinger
    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police cited 30 passengers for public consumption of marijuana and arrested a marijuana tour bus driver on Friday.
    An unidentified marijuana bus tour posted on YouTube. (credit: YouTube)
    Undercover officers raided two companies’ tours of dispensaries, grow houses, and other marijuana related locations. Such buses have been operation for years in the city.
    (credit: YouTube)
    On one unidentified marijuana bus tour posted on YouTube the
  • Former Trauma Victim Now Heads Foundation To End Child Abuse

    By Kathy Walsh
    DENVER (CBS4) – According to a new survey by Research!America, a majority of Americans view child abuse and neglect as a serious public health problem. Now, two Coloradans have created a foundation to support research, training and prevention.
    Dr. Richard Krugman (center) and Lori Polland (right) (credit: CBS)
    One of the founders is Dr. Richard Krugman, former Dean of the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
    The other is child and family therapist, Lori Poland. Ne
  • Latest Forecast: Severe Storms Possible On Tuesday

    By Lauren WhitneyDENVER (CBS4) –
    After a soggy Saturday that brought the most rain in over a month to the Denver area, sunshine returned on Monday afternoon. There will be a chance for storms well into Monday night, with some of those storms potentially turning severe. The greatest chance for the late night storms will on the far northeastern plains.
    More storms are possible on Tuesday afternoon, again with the chance for severe storms. The best chance for those will be on the far eastern
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  • State Government App Meant To Act Like ‘Personal Assistant’

    DENVER (CBS4) – State officials launched the Gov2Go app on Monday.
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    It’s a one stop shop for things like registering your vehicle, interacting with various government agencies or buying national park passes.
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    The app is free in the iTunes and Google Play stores.
    LINK: Gov2Go App
  • SUV Nearly Crashes Into Homes: ‘It’s Like A Skid Mark’

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Colorado Springs police believe a medical problem played a part in an SUV nearly crashing into some homes.
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    Investigators think the driver drove off the side of the road and toward the homes.
    One homeowner had just finished improving her backyard.
    (credit: CBS)
    “There is a skid mark on the siding that will have to get taken care of. It’s like a skid mark, like they were driving on the side of the house,” said Tanya Blackw
  • Experts Warn Pet Owners Of Rat Poison-Laced Meatballs

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – Pet owners in Fort Collins are being asked to watch out for meatballs laced with rat poison.
    The Coloradoan reports the meatballs have been found in the Fossil Lake Ranch area.
    No animals have been harmed at this point.
    If you have any information regarding this case please call Animal Protection & Control at 970-226-3647 ext. 7.
  • Dozens Of Ash Trees Set To Be Removed Along Creek Trail

    BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – Be prepared to see fewer Ash trees along the Boulder Creek path.Crews are removing them in the area between 9th and 30th Streets. They say more than 170 trees in question are being affected by the Emerald Ash Borer and are either already dead or are dying.
    An Emerald Ash Borer Beetle (credit: Colorado State Forest Service)
    Officials are concerned about dead limbs falling and hurting someone on the trail.
    The work is expected to last until September.
    LINK: Ash T
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  • Hickenlooper Signs Executive Order Amid Divisive Border Security Policy

    By Shaun Boyd
    DENVER (CBS4) – Gov. John Hickenlooper says the Trump Administration’s policy of separating children from their parents at the border is un-American.
    (credit: CBS)
    He issued an executive order on Monday condemning the policy and barring the use of any state resources to help the federal government carry it out.
    But, some Coloradans are demanding the state take a stronger stand. Several dozen people rallied outside the governor’s office and demanded he not onl
  • Colorado Brewery Offers New Beer For Bike MS

    LONGMONT, Colo (CBS4) – The 2500 cyclists participating in Bike MS, as well as the general public, can enjoy a new brew from Left Hand Brewing Co. It’s a new gose called Wheels Gose ‘Round. The brewery developed it to raise awareness for the battle against multiple sclerosis.
    LINK: Bike MS Colorado
    “Kettle soured gose with lemon peel in the kettle, and then raspberries added post fermentation,” said Jeff Joslin, as he described the new brew.
    (credit CBS)
    Joslin is a
  • Buffalo Fire Now 95 Percent Contained

    SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The fire that forced nearly 1,400 evacuations is now 95 percent contained.
    (credit: CBS)
    The Buffalo Fire flared up on Tuesday, and residents were allowed back in their homes on Thursday.
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    The fire burned 81 acres near the Mesa Cortina and Wildernest neighborhoods, but no homes were burned.
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    Officials say crews were quick to send in air support saving those homes.
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  • Former Nugget J.J. Hickson Arrested, Suspected In Home Invasion

    NEWNAN, Ga. (CBS4/AP) — A former Denver Nugggets player from Georgia has been arrested after an armed robbery.
    J.J. Hickson of the Denver Nuggets poses for photos during media day on Sept. 29, 2014 at the Pepsi Center. (credit: Garrett W. Ellwood/NBAE via Getty Images)
    J.J. Hickson, 29, was arrested Friday and was being held without bond, according to the Coweta County Sheriff’s office. It was unknown if he has an attorney.
    Hickson was charged in connection with a home invasion. At l
  • Weekend Showers ‘Provide Temporary Relief’ For Firefighters

    LA PLATA COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Rain showers over the weekend helped dampen the 416 Fire burning in La Plata County.
    416 Fire (credit: CBS)
    Officials lifted more evacuation and pre-evacuation notices for residents near the 416 Fire. Those residents live in the Hermosa area.
    The 416 Fire has scorched more than 34,000 acres, and containment is now up to 30 percent.
    Over the weekend, the San Juan National Forest received 0.5 to 1.5 inches of rain. The weekend rain did not suppress the ac
  • Innocent Bystanders Injured In Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting

    By Mark Ackerman
    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police have released new information about last week’s shootout on Colfax Avenue that left an armed robbery suspect dead and a police officer injured.
    Last Wednesday night, a 7-Eleven clerk summoned police officers to tell them an armed man just entered his store near Colfax and Pearl Street.
    (credit: CBS)
    Police say the man, who has been identified as Carnell Nelson, 29, ran out of the store with a cash drawer under his arm. As police gave cha
  • 3 In Custody After Carjacking, Chase And Crash

    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police have three people in custody after a carjacking, chase and crash early Monday morning.
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    It ended at 3rd Avenue and Grant Street where the stolen car crashed, prompting police to warn people to stay in their homes while they searched the area from 3rd to 5th and Lincoln Street to Logan Street.
    One suspect was believed to have a gun.
  • Hickenlooper Condemns U.S. Border Separations

    DENVER (AP) — In a message for the Donald Trump administration, Gov. John Hickenlooper has issued an order barring Colorado state agencies from separating children from their parents based on immigration status.
    Gov. John Hickenlooper (credit: CBS)
    Hickenlooper acted Monday after condemning the separation of migrant children and parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.
    Gubernatorial spokeswoman Shelby Weiman says the order reinforces existing state practice.
    She says there is no known use of sta
  • DNA Test Solves Mystery Of Wolf-Like Creature Shot In Montana

    (CBS NEWS) – In May, a large wolf-like creature was shot by a rancher in Montana, and its identity puzzled local experts and social media users around the nation. Was it a wolf? An unusual bear? Some even started speculating about Bigfoot or a real-life dire wolf from “Game of Thrones.” A DNA test was ordered up to determine the animal’s true identity — and the results may be a disappointment for Bigfoot-hunters.
    (credit: Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks)
    The animal
  • Broncos Undrafted Rookie OLB Jeff Holland ‘Blowing People Away’

    (247 SPORTS) – Following the 2018 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos signed Auburn edge rusher Jeff Holland. Holland didn’t hear his name called on draft day, but he could end up as a true diamond in the rough.
    GM John Elway has a knack for finding those guys post-draft. Guys like Chris Harris, Jr., C.J. Anderson and Shaquil Barrett were all college free agents the Broncos signed following the draft. Two of those guys have gone on to earn Pro Bowl nods, and all three contributed to Denver
  • Wendy’s Employee Finds Live Mouse In Bag Of Burger Buns

    Catoosa, OK (CBS Local)- Employees at an Oklahoma Wendy’s received an unwelcome surprise when going about their work on Thursday afternoon as a live mouse was found among the hamburger buns.
    Employee Skylar Frame shared a video of the incident on Facebook after she said that management at the store did not take action.Frame told 2 Works For You in Tulsa that she didn’t originally find the mouse, but heard commotion coming from the back of the store while she was going about her work.
  • Trump Signs Executive Order To Create ‘Space Force’

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Vowing to reclaim U.S. leadership in space, President Donald Trump announced Monday he is directing the Pentagon to create a new “Space Force” as an independent service branch aimed at ensuring American supremacy in space.
    Trump envisioned a bright future for the U.S. space program, pledging to revive the country’s flagging efforts, return to the moon and eventually send a manned mission that would reach Mars. The president framed space as a na
  • Six State Parks Switching To ‘Reservation-Only’ Camping

    DENVER (CBS4) — Colorado Parks and Wildlife announced Monday a pilot program that ends ‘first-come, first-serve’ camping at a handful of state parks.
    A ‘reservation-only’ system debuts next month.
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    Campers can make reservations online at cpwshop.com or by calling 1-800-244-5613.
    “They will no longer need to gamble by waiting until they arrive at the park hoping to stay at a first-come, first-served site, only to find that there isn&rsq
  • Electric Scooters Gone From Denver, For Now

    By Mark Ackerman
    DENVER (CBS4) – The standoff between the City of Denver and the start-up electric scooter companies is over. As of Monday morning, Lime and Bird have pulled their scooters from Denver streets.
    Last week both the Lime and Bird apps would have been filled with scooters available for rent. Monday morning they were gone.
    The electric scooters will be on a two-week hiatus until the City can establish a pilot-program to regulate the dock-free scooters, which are frequently left
  • Latest Forecast: Strong Or Severe Storms Possible Today

    By Ashton Altieri
    DENVER (CBS4) – Saturday was our wettest day in the metro area in over a month. The rain will give way to low clouds, drizzle, and patchy fog during the Monday morning commute. The clouds will then gradually dissipate through early afternoon followed by scattered thunderstorms developing mainly after 3 p.m.
    The thunderstorms should develop right along the urban corridor and then eventually move northeast mainly along the I-76 corridor. Some of the storms could be strong o
  • NFL Stadiums To Have Fully Digital Ticket Systems In 2018-19 Season

    Ryan Mayer
    Lost in the ups and downs of following their favorite teams over the course of the season, NFL fans may have missed a bit of news last fall that will change their game-day experience. For the 2018-19 season, NFL teams are moving to a fully digital ticketing platform, provided by Ticketmaster for all stadiums. Digital ticketing has continued to gain in prevalence as mobile technology improves.
    According to Ticketmaster’s Chief Product Officer for North America, Justin Burleigh, t
  • Survey Says Nearly Half Of Americans Are Skipping Summer Vacation This Year

    Ryan Mayer
    One of the best things about the summer weather finally arriving is looking forward to that yearly vacation where one can unplug and enjoy some time away from the usual sights and sounds of their city. However, according to a new survey conducted by Bankrate.com, nearly half of Americans won’t be taking that trip this year.
    The number one reason cited for why respondents said they won’t be taking a summer vacation is affordability or lack thereof as 50 percent of responden
  • Pick Or Trade Back? Nuggets Could Go Different Ways With The No. 14 Pick

    By Michael Spencer
    Nick Kosmider of The Athletic joined CBS4 sports anchor Michael Spencer on All Access Sunday night to discuss the upcoming NBA Draft, the future of Nuggets big man Nikola Jokic and the possibility of LeBron James coming to Denver.
    DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Nuggets currently hold the 14th pick in the NBA Draft, which will take place on Thursday.
    Denver Nuggets head coach Michael Malone gathers his team at the Target Center on April 11, 2018. (credit: Joe Amon/The Denver
  • Giraffe Calf Medical Update: Signs Of Improvement Over The Weekend

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) — The giraffe calf getting special medical attention at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is showing signs of improvement, officials said.
    Penny, was found splayed in her stall on the morning of  Wednesday, June 13.
    “Splaying means that her legs had gone out from underneath her in an unnatural way,” officials explained. “This can be anywhere from not very serious and treatable to life-threatening.”
    “We don’t kno
  • Ware’s Return As Coach Means Chubb Just Hit The Pass Rush Jackpot

    By Romi Bean
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – DeMarcus Ware is the new pass rush consultant of the Denver Broncos. Ware played his final three seasons with the Broncos and was an integral piece of the Broncos historic 2015 defense. In an act of brilliance, the Broncos found a way to bring D-Ware back in a specialized part-time role.
    DeMarcus Ware (credit: CBS)
    The Super Bowl 50 Champion, who finished 8th all-time in career sacks, is back in orange and blue.
    “When you’re on the field,
  • ‘Jeopardy!’ Winner Faces 5 Years In Prison For Cyber Crimes

    ADRIAN, Mich. (CBS LOCAL) — Six years ago, Stephanie Jass set a “Jeopardy!” record for a female contestant when she won seven straight times. But what may have seemed like life at the top has now come crashing down to rock bottom as the former college professor faces a long prison sentence after admitting to hacking into the email accounts of colleagues and students at her school.
    Jass, 48, pleaded guilty last week to charges of unauthorized access to a computer and using
  • ‘Incredibles 2’ Is Huge Hit But Now Comes With Strobe Light Warning

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – The highly-anticipated “Incredibles 2” opened as the biggest animated film in history.
    But now it’s also coming with a warning.
    People who are light-sensitive or epileptic began warning other film-goers on social media.
    There is a strobe-light sequence in the picture that apparently caused some people to become nauseous.
    Disney/Pixar believe the problem was serious enough to ask theaters to start posting signs warning about the sequence.
    The sequel t
  • WHAT’S HAPPENING: Trump Defends Zero-Tolerance Border Policy

    (AP) – The forced separation of migrant children from their parents fueled a weekend of intense criticism of President Trump’s immigration policies. Both Democrats and some Republicans are now calling for an end to the practice at the U.S.-Mexico border.
    A look at the latest developments:
    White House officials have tried to distance themselves from the policy, although the administration put it in place and could easily end it. The president dug in Monday, aga
  • Indiana Officer Pulls Over Driver Going Too Slowly In Left Lane

    Versailles, IN (CBS Local)- We’ve all been stuck behind that one car on the highway that’s going too slowly in the left hand lane but refuses to move over. Now, an Indiana State Police Officer is getting national attention for attempting to remedy that on I-65.
    According to a tweet from Sergeant Stephen Wheeles’ account, he pulled over a vehicle on Saturday afternoon for driving too slowly in the left lane.
    I stopped this vehicle today for a left lane violation on I-65.The driv
  • Toxic Plant That Can Cause Blindness Found In Pennsylvania

    (KDKA/CBS LOCAL) — A noxious, alien and invasive plant that looks like Queen Anne’s lace on steroids – giant hogweed — is causing some concerns after being found in multiple states, including Pennsylvania.
    In addition to Pennsylvania, giant hogweed can be found in New York, Ohio, Maryland, Oregon, Washington, Michigan, Virginia, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine, according to the Department of Environmental Conservation.
    Photo Credit: invadingspecies.com
    Giant hogweed sap
  • Westminster Shooting Suspect Faces Judge

    BRIGHTON, Colo. (CBS4) – A 23-year-old Colorado Springs man suspected of shooting four people and killing one of them in Westminster last week went before a judge on Monday morning.
    Jeremy Webster in Adams County Court on Monday (credit: CBS)
    Jeremy Webster appeared in Adams County Court in Brighton wearing a blue jumpsuit and shackles around his ankles. He tentatively faces first-degree murder charges but the district attorney’s office has yet to file formal charges in the case.
  • Colors, Costumes & Love: Denver PrideFest Doesn’t Disappoint

    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver’s LGBTQ community came out in a big way for the Pridefest Parade on Sunday.
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    Hundreds of thousands of people gathered at Civic Center Park over the weekend for a festival dedicated to celebrating love.
    The PrideFest Parade made its way down Colfax Avenue Sunday morning.
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    There were plenty of colorful costumes and celebrations, but for the those who came out to celebrate there was more to it than dressing up and flying a f
  • This Week In Golf: Brooks Koepka Defends U.S. Open Title At Shinnecock Hills

    By Sam McPherson
    American Brooks Koepka won his second straight U.S. Open on Sunday at Shinnecock Hills in Southampton, New York, becoming the first repeat champion of the United States Golf Association’s annual championship in almost 30 years. He did it with controlled and steady play over the weekend, finishing at 1-over par for the tournament to defeat England’s Tommy Fleetwood by one stroke and fellow American Dustin Johnson by two strokes.
    Fleetwood tied a U.S. Open record with
  • Homeowner Who Caught Package Thief On Camera: ‘I Couldn’t Believe It’

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – A homeowner in Colorado Springs is hoping someone recognizes the man who swiped a package off his front porch.
    (credit: CBS)
    Surveillance cameras show a vehicle pulling into the victim’s driveway, and it doesn’t look like the thief has any problem standing out.
    He walks up to the door wearing bright yellow shoes, grabs the package and takes off.
    “He had a blonde ponytail, yellow tennis shoes. He had tattoos on his sleeves. Very distinct,&r
  • Lakers Forward Kyle Kuzma Thanks ‘The Rock’ For Helping Him Add Muscle This Summer

    Ryan Mayer
    Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson made a visit to speak to the Los Angeles Lakers this season as part of Vice President of Basketball Operations Magic Johnson and General Manager Rob Pelinka’s “Genius Talk” series. The impassioned speech that Johnson delivered apparently resonated with young forward Kyle Kuzma who has begun to add some bulk this offseason and he’s thanking “The Rock” for it.
    Kuzma exploded onto the scene during his
  • WHO Classifies ‘Gaming Disorder’ As Mental Health Condition

    NEW YORK (CNN) – Watching as video games ensnare their children, many parents have grumbled about “digital heroin,” likening the flashing images to one of the world’s most addictive substances. Now, they may have backup.
    The World Health Organization announced ‘gaming disorder’ as a new mental health condition to be included in the 11th edition of its International Classification of Diseases, released on Monday.
    “I’m not creating a precedent,&
  • Some Former Denver Post Staffers Plan New Digital Publication

    By Tori MasonDENVER (CBS4) – Coloradans will soon have another way to get their news, but the names at the top of the articles may seem very familiar. Especially if you’ve been a long time reader of the Denver Post.
    Rising from the ashes of the Denver Post is new life in local journalism — The Colorado Sun.
    “We’ve all been through several cutbacks and layoffs and it became clear to us that there had to be a better way,” said Colorado Sun editor Larry Ryckman.F
  • Latest Forecast: Morning Clouds, Scattered Afternoon Storms

    By Ashton Altieri
    DENVER (CBS4) – Saturday was our wettest day in the metro area in over a month. The rain will give way to low clouds, drizzle, and patchy fog during the Monday morning commute. The clouds will then gradually dissipate through early afternoon followed by scattered thunderstorms developing mainly after 3 p.m.
    The thunderstorms should develop right along the urban corridor and then eventually move northeast mainly along the I-76 corridor. Some of the storms could be strong o
  • Global Warming Cooks Up ‘A Different World’ Over Three Decades

    SALIDA, Colo. (AP) – We were warned.
    On June 23, 1988, a sultry day in Washington, James Hansen told Congress and the world that global warming wasn’t approaching — it had already arrived. The testimony of the top NASA scientist, said Rice University historian Douglas Brinkley, was “the opening salvo of the age of climate change.”
    Thirty years later, it’s clear that Hansen and other doomsayers were right. But the change has been so sweeping that it is easy to
  • Latest Forecast: Big Storms Part Of Welcome Cool Down

    By Dave Aguilera
    DENVER (CBS4) – The remnants of Hurricane Bob and a cold front merged together over Colorado on Father’s Day creating a wet and wild finish to the weekend.
    There is a Tornado Watch over parts of northeastern Colorado through 9pm Sunday. A brief tornado touched down in an open field with little damage near Julesburg in the northeastern corner of the state. There was also, reports of power poles blown over and crop damage.There was also hail up to 1″ in diameter
  • Big Storms Part Of Welcome Cool Down

    By Dave Aguilera
    DENVER (CBS4) – The remnants of Hurricane Bob and a cold front merged together over Colorado on Father’s Day creating a wet and wild finish to the weekend.
    There is a Tornado Watch over parts of northeastern Colorado through 9pm Sunday. A brief tornado touched down in an open field with little damage near Julesburg in the northeastern corner of the state. There was also, reports of power poles blown over and crop damage.There was also hail up to 1″ in diameter
  • Rockies Let 3 Run Lead Slip Through Fingers In 9th Inning

    ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Jose Trevino blooped a two-run single, capping a four-run rally in the bottom of the ninth inning that sent the Texas Rangers over the Colorado Rockies 13-12 on Sunday.
    Logging off. pic.twitter.com/eqB3lSYEYJ
    — Colorado Rockies (@Rockies) June 17, 2018Rockies closer Wade Davis (0-2) retired only one batter while walking four and allowing singles to Rougned Odor and Trevino.
    A rookie catcher, Trevino entered his third major league game in the top of the ninth.
  • Part Of I-70 Closed Following Mudslide

    EAGLE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A mudslide caused a partial closure on Interstate 70 going west near Avon in Eagle County.
    (credit: Eagle River Fire)
    That slide hit Nottingham Road which runs parallel to the interstate.
    (credit: Eagle River Fire)
    At one point, the Colorado Department of Transportation closed westbound traffic at exit 167. Drivers were being diverted onto U.S. 6.
    Colorado State Patrol later updated saying the left lane was reopened. Drivers should expect traffic dela

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