• List Of Winners For The 89th Academy Awards

    LOS ANGELES (AP) – A list of winners for the 89th annual Academy Awards presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
    Supporting Actor: Mahershala Ali, “Moonlight.”
    Makeup and Hairstyling: “Suicide Squad,” Alessandro Bertolazzi, Giorgio Gregorini and Christopher Nelson.
    Costume Design: Colleen Atwood, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”
    Documentary Feature: O.J.: Made in America,” Ezra Edelman and Caroline Waterlow.
  • Conley Scores 31 As Grizzlies Beat Nuggets 105-98

    DENVER (AP) – Mike Conley scored 31 points, including 13 in the fourth quarter, and the Memphis Grizzlies held off the Denver Nuggets 105-98 on Sunday.
    Zach Randolph finished with 20 points and 11 rebounds for Memphis, which snapped a two-game skid. Marc Gasol chipped in 23 points and found his mark from long range by hitting three 3-pointers.
    The Grizzlies have now won four straight in Denver – an intriguing run, considering they’re just 9-32 all-time in the Mile High City.
  • Oscars Kick Off Upbeat Before Kimmel Lobs Jokes

    LOS ANGELES (AP) – The Oscars have started off on an upbeat note with Justin Timberlake dancing in the aisles of the Dolby Theater and interacting with some of Hollywood’s biggest stars.
    Timberlake kicked off the show with a performance of his Oscar-nominated song “Can’t Stop the Feeling” that included a high-five with Denzel Washington. Actor Javiar Bardem danced like he was in a nightclub.
    The singer had promised a politics-free opening to the 89th annual Osc
  • Protesters Gather Outside ICE Detention Center

    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – A group gathered outside a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center in Aurora on Saturday with signs protesting recent mass deportations and President Donald Trump’s immigration policies.
    A man who came to the U.S. from Venezuela 14 years ago says the rhetoric about immigrants has changed since Trump took office.
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    “This is a country of immigrants. I’m one of them., and when I came here I felt that was welc
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  • Your Questions On April The Giraffe Answered

    HARPURSVILLE, N.Y. (CBS4) – The Animal Adventure Park conducted a question and answer session Sunday evening, taking questions live on their YouTube Channel.
    The feed went by so fast, with so many questions being asked of the nearly 100,000 people watching the feed, that it was almost impossible to keep up. We grabbed the highlights, though, for an update on April.The biggest question is when is April going to give birth?
    “Our vet is a vet,” the Animal Adventure Park respo
  • Man Never Returns From Last Run In Japan, Avalanche To Blame

    DENVER (CBS4) – The search for a Denver man missing in Japan has come to a tragic end.
    Mathew Healy, 33, was skiing with his family at the Hakuba Happo-One Resort, in the Nagano region of Japan. He never returned from his last run.
    “Teams have determined that he perished in an avalanche,” according to a post by Healy’s wife on a GoFundMe page.
    Healy was a military veteran and civilian physician’s assistant for the Navy, living in Okinawa, where his wife is stationed
  • It’s Not A ‘Death Sentence’ For Those With Heart & Lung Issues

    By Kelly Werthmann
    DENVER (CBS4) – Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. To bring awareness to the often silent killer, February is recognized as National Heart Health Month by the Heart Foundation.
    A Colorado man nearly lost his life to heart and lung diseases and shared his story with CBS4.
    “I thought I was going to die from lung disease like my brother did,” Patrick Woltemath said.
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    Woltemath was diagnosed with lung
  • Storm Chasers Honor “Twister” Star With GPS Tribute

    (AP) – Nearly 200 storm chasers paid tribute Sunday to the late actor Bill Paxton by spelling out his initials using GPS coordinates on a map depicting the heart of Tornado Alley.
    The effort coordinated by Spotter Network spelled out “BP” to honor the leading man in the disaster movie “Twister,” which inspired a generation of storm chasers.
    Storm chasers and storm spotters have spelled out the initials of fellow chasers in the tight-knit community four or five times
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  • Injured Snowmobiler Airlifted In Complicated Rescue

    By Matt Kroschel
    VAIL PASS, Colo. (CBS4) – Rescue crews coordinated a helicopter rescue for an injured snowmobiler on Vail Pass on Sunday.
    The rescue was complicated because Interstate 70 was closed at the time due to multiple crashes on the road, so Summit Search and Rescue Group responders needed a police escort to the summit of the pass.
    (credit: CBS)
    According to mission coordinators, several snowmobiles were already on scene assisting the injured woman following the crash. The decisio
  • Injured Pregnant Snowmobiler Airlifted In Complicated Rescue

    By Matt Kroschel
    VAIL PASS, Colo. (CBS4) – Rescue crews coordinated a helicopter rescue for an injured pregnant snowmobiler on Vail Pass on Sunday.
    The rescue was complicated because Interstate 70 was closed at the time due to multiple crashes on the road, so Summit Search and Rescue Group responders needed a police escort to the summit of the pass.
    (credit: CBS)
    According to mission coordinators, several snowmobiles were already on scene assisting the injured woman following the crash. Th
  • Omogbo’s 3 Puts Colorado State Over San Diego St. 56-55

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) – Emmanuel Omogbo hit a 3-pointer with four seconds to play to give Colorado State a 56-55 win over San Diego State on Saturday night.
    Omogbo – who finished with 11 points and 11 rebounds – sank the winning shot after San Diego State went up 55-53 with 23 seconds left.
    The win places the Rams (20-9, 12-4) in a tie with Nevada for first place in the Mountain West Conference standings.
    Gian Clavell added 18 points and 10 rebounds for the Rams and Prentiss
  • ‘Baby Boxes,’ Other Essentials For Parents Handed Out

    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver Public Health is supporting a campaign aimed at saving the lives of newborn babies.
    The department helped hand out 1,000 “baby boxes” to new parents at the National Western Complex on Saturday. They were packed with essentials such as diapers, but the box itself doubles as a crib.
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    Inside is a firm mattress, a fitted sheet, and the kind of uncluttered environment doctors recommend for sleep. It’s crucial to prevent sudden infant death s
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  • Joseph Wapner, Star Of ‘The People’s Court,’ Dead At 97

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Joseph Wapner, the retired Los Angeles judge who presided over “The People’s Court” with steady force during the heyday of the reality courtroom show, died Sunday at age 97.
    Son David Wapner told The Associated Press that his father died at home in his sleep. Joseph Wapner was hospitalized a week ago with breathing problems and had been under home hospice care.
    “The People’s Court,” on which Wapner decided real small-claims from 1981 t
  • April The Giraffe Live Chat To Happen Sunday

    HARPURSVILLE, N.Y. (CBS4) – The Animal Adventure Park will host a live chat session Sunday afternoon.
    They made the announcement on their Facebook page Sunday, saying it’s going to happen from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. MST / 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. EST.
    “This chat will have keepers and ownership involved and try to answer the many questions that you may have.
    It will be hosted live on the Animal Adventure Park’s YouTube Channel.Sunday morning, the Animal Adventure Park updated April
  • Will ‘La La’ Have Another Day Of Sun At Sunday’s Oscars?

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Will the 89th Academy Awards be a parade of political speeches or landslide for “La La Land”? Probably both.
    Sunday night’s Oscars are shaping up to be one of the most turbulent and politically charged ceremonies in recent memory. The three-hour-plus telecast, which begins at 8:30 p.m. on ABC, is expected to resemble one very glitzy protest against President Donald Trump, whom award-winners — like Meryl Streep at the Golden Globes — have rai
  • Nuggets Recall Rookie G Beasley From Sioux Falls

    The Denver Nuggets recalled rookie guard Malik Beasley from the Sioux Falls Skyforce of the NBA Development League on Sunday.
  • Song And Dance, Protest And Politics To Mingle At Oscars

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The 89th Academy Awards show promises to be equal parts pomp and politics.
    The only thing expected to take the stage more often than the frothy front-runner “La La Land” at Sunday’s ceremony is protest (and probably some punchlines) over the policies of President Donald Trump. For largely liberal Hollywood, his election has proven a rallying cause-celebre throughout an awards season that has otherwise been a parade of honors for Damien Chazelle’s
  • Art Gallery Goes Up In Flames

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – It was a busy morning for Colorado Springs firefighters on Saturday.
    The fire broke out around 6 a.m. sending up thick smoke at a small art gallery on Colorado Avenue.
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    It’s not clear if the building is a complete loss or if any artwork was damaged.
    Another fire occurred just a couple of minutes earlier east of the gallery at a residence. The homeowner was able to make it out safely.
    Both fires are under investigation.
  • Hickenlooper on “Meet the Press”: It’s unclear whether Trump administration could stop legal marijuana

    A guest on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper downplayed the possibility that the Trump administration would take aim at Colorado’s recreational marijuana industry Sunday, saying legalization’s inclusion in the state Constitution makes it unclear whether the federal government could shut it down.
    “Our voters passed it 55-45. It’s in our constitution,” Hickenlooper told “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd
  • Tick, tick, tick … the deadline approaches, and Avalanche’s Landeskog and teammates know it

    After his two-goal, one-assist game Saturday night at the Pepsi Center, Avalanche captain Gabe Landeskog was named the first star and made the curtain call.
    At his locker-room stall, he spoke to waves about Colorado’s 5-3 win over Buffalo.
    Eventually, Landeskog was asked: Had he considered the possibility that this might have been his final home game for Colorado?
    The pause was noticeable.
    Related ArticlesFebruary 25, 2017 Jeremy Smith has 34 saves, gets his first NHL win as Avalanche beat
  • To meet demand, CU Boulder asking to double its student mental health fee

    By Sarah Kuta, Boulder Daily Camera
    Citing unexpected levels of demand for counseling and psychiatric care, the University of Colorado’s Boulder campus wants to double the student mental health fee that helps fund those services.
    Students currently pay a mental health fee of $21.77 a semester. In return, they get six free counseling or psychiatric care visits at Wardenburg Health Services.CU began charging students this fee, which was proposed by student government leaders and approved by
  • Black Guns Matter: ‘Why Don’t We Take Cheesesteaks Away?’

    By Dillon Thomas
    DENVER (CBS4) – In an effort to further educate the urban community about gun usage, the group Black Guns Matter made a stop in Denver to promote safe gun usage.
    The event, which took place in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood, was one of 13 similar events across the nation.
    CBS4’s Dillon Thomas interviews Maj Toure (credit: CBS)
    “In a lot of urban areas, we are dealing with a lot of ignorance, and misinformation,” said Maj Toure, spokesman for Blac
  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s double wins League Cup for Manchester United

    LONDON (AP) — Zlatan Ibrahimovic powered in a late header to win the League Cup for Manchester United on Sunday, sealing a 3-2 victory over Southampton after a two-goal lead was thrown away by Jose Mourinho’s side.
    It was Ibrahimovic’s second goal in the final after putting United ahead from a free kick, taking the 35-year-old Swede’s tally to 26 goals in an incredible first season at United where his performances have more than lived up to the swagger.
    That bravado was f
  • Ravens safety Matt Elam arrested on marijuana, drug charges

    MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Baltimore Ravens safety Matt Elam faces marijuana, oxycodone and reckless driving charges after being arrested in Miami Beach.
    Miami-Dade County jail records show Elam was arrested Sunday. He was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana with the intent to deliver or sell and possession of a controlled substance, oxycodone. He was being held on $15,500 bail.
    Miami Beach police spokesman Ernesto Rodriguez said details of his arrest were not immediatel
  • Five facts about Sunday’s 89th Annual Academy Awards

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Five facts about Sunday’s 89th Annual Academy Awards:
    IT’S AN HONOR TO BE NOMINATED: But after 21 nominations, it would be nice for sound mixer Kevin O’Connell to finally win. The most nominated artist without a win, O’Connell has another chance this year for his work in “Hacksaw Ridge.”
    #NOTSOWHITE: This is the first time in Oscars’ 89-year history that black performers were nominated in all acting categories. There were no blac
  • DWI suspected in crash that hurt 28 at New Orleans parade

    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Authorities on Sunday identified the man who allegedly plowed into a crowd enjoying a Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans while intoxicated.
    The New Orleans Police Department issued a statement identifying the man as 25-year-old Neilson Rizzuto. Online jail records showed Rizzuto was arrested on a number of charges and was being held at the city’s jail.
    The accident came Saturday during one of the busiest nights of Mardi Gras when thousands of people throng the street
  • WATCH: Nate Robinson goes through 7-foot-2 Edy Tavares’ legs in NBDL game

    Being 5-foot-9 isn’t typically seen as an advantage when it comes to playing basketball, but Nate Robinson’s stature benefited him Saturday.
    The former Nuggets point guard, now a member of the Delaware 87ers in the NBA Development League, found an inventive way to get out of a double team against the Raptors 905. When 7-foot-2 Edy Tavares came over to defend Robinson, the guard ducked through the center’s legs and drove to the hoop.Through four games, Robinson, 32, has average
  • Manny Pacquiao, Amir Khan announce they will fight on April 23

    WBO world welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao and Amir Khan say they have agreed to terms for a fight on April 23.
    The boxers’ promoters are yet to announce any details. Golden Boy Promotions, Khan’s promoter, didn’t reply to a request from The Associated Press on Sunday for confirmation.
    Pacquiao, who came out of retirement to win the WBO belt by beating Jesse Vargas in November, says on his Twitter account that he is fighting Khan because “this is what the fans wanted.
  • Snow on Tuesday, but the sun will shine on Denver later in the week

    Denver and the eastern plains could see some snow on Tuesday, but will have mostly clear skies through Thursday, with day time temperatures in the high 30s, and 40s.
    Sunday is expected to be sunny, with a high of 38 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
    On Monday, the mercury could climb to 46 degrees, and skies are expected to be partly cloudy.
    There is a 40 percent chance of snow after 11 a.m. on Tuesday, and snow is possible in the evening as well.
    Wednesday is expected to be su
  • Actor Bill Paxton Passes Away, Family Representative Confirms

    LOS ANGELES (CBS4) – Actor Bill Paxton has died.
    CBS Los Angeles reports that it was due to complications from surgery.
    A family representative issued the following statement:
    “It is with heavy hearts we share the news that Bill Paxton has passed away due to complications from surgery. A loving husband and father, Bill began his career in Hollywood working on films in the art department and went on to have an illustrious career spanning four decades as a beloved and prolific actor an
  • Latest Forecast: Sunshine Ends Weekend With Snow On The Way

    By Dave Aguilera
    DENVER (CBS4)-  Lots of action on the weather map this weekend. A small batch of dry air with a weak ridge of high pressure will deliver lots of sunshine across the state for Sunday. But, there will be also, quite a bit of wind in the mountains and foothills kicking up the wind chill factor. In some cases mountain wind chills may feel like 15 to 20 below.
    For Denver and the eastern plains there will be lots and lots of sunshine with just a breeze from time to time. The
  • Hundreds Take Advantage Of Free Dental Work

    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Hundreds of people lined up for free dental work in Aurora on Saturday.
    Risas Dental and Braces offers the service once a year free of charge. They say they’ve given out $2.5 million worth of dentistry since they started the event.
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    (credit: Risas Dental and Braces)
    The staff absolutely loves it.
    “By the end of the day, by time they’ve gotten 15, 20 hugs, or thanked so many times for the free service, where people wi
  • Rally Held To Support Affordable Care Act In Denver

    DENVER (CBS4) – Hundreds rallied at Civic Center Park on Saturday in support of the Affordable Care Act.
    Demonstrators say the program has helped millions of Americans get access to health care.
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    President Donald Trump has promised to repeal Obamacare. The White House says it wants a cheaper and more efficient plan.
    Nurse Christy Lequire says she’s seen firsthand how the ACA impacts lives in Colorado.
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    “I see people suffering without heal
  • Body Found In Arkansas River In Pueblo

    PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) – Authorities are investigating the discovery of a body floating in the Arkansas River in Pueblo.
    The Pueblo Chieftan reported that the body was found Saturday afternoon near Santa Fe Avenue.
    The body, believed to be that of a man, was not immediately removed from the water.
    Pueblo Police Sgt. Shelly Taylor said first responders were approaching the scene with caution in order to avoid disturbing potential evidence.
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  • Cause Of Death Of Man Found In Avalanche Made Public

    GARFIIELD COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A man who was found dead in an avalanche died of suffocation, according to authorities.
    The Steamboat Pilot reports Jesse Christensen, 55, of Steamboat Springs, died from suffocation in an avalanche. He was reportedly not wearing proper safety gear.
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    Investigators believe Christensen and a friend triggered the slide in the Flat Tops Wilderness Area in Garfield County, and were then buried.
    The other person made it out alive.
  • Police On Fatal LoDo Shooting: ‘We’re Doing The Best We Can’

    By Melissa Garcia
    DENVER, Colo. (CBS4) – An overnight shooting in Denver’s LoDo neighborhood killed one man and left another in critical condition.
    Shots rang out near 15th and Market streets shortly before 2 a.m.#Alert update: A 2nd victim from 15th/Market shooting left the scene, went to hospital and is in critical condition. Investigation ongoing.
    — Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) February 25, 2017
    The incident began when a fight broke out in a group of people, said Doug
  • Transgender Wrestler Moves Within 1 Win Of Girls Texas Title

    CYPRESS, Texas (AP) — A 17-year-old transgender boy moved within one match of winning a Texas state girls wrestling title.
    Mack Beggs pinned Kailyn Clay to improve to 56-0, putting him in Saturday afternoon’s championship match.
    Beggs is a junior from Euless Trinity in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. His family has said he would rather be wrestling boys. Some girls and their advocates agree.
    Trinity junior Mack Beggs wrestles Grand Prairie freshman Kailyn Clay in the 6A Girls 110 Weight
  • Man Accused Of Biting Firefighter’s Hand, Threatening Deputies

    LA PLATA COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – An Arizona man is accused of hitting and biting a firefighter who tried to help him after a car crash south of Hesperus.
    The Durango Herald reported that Joe Benally, 20, of Lukachukai, Arizona, was arrested in La Plata County. He was one of three people in a car that rolled over on Highway 140 Thursday afternoon.
    Joe Benally (credit: La Plata County Sheriff’s Office)
    Authorities say they all tried to run away but the Colorado State Patrol helped round
  • Lockheed Martin To Move Hundreds Of Jobs To Colorado

    LITTLETON, Colo. (CBS4) – Lockheed Martin is moving hundreds of jobs to Colorado.
    The ballistic missile program will relocate from California to Colorado and Florida, transferring 650 jobs.
    The transition will happen over the next eight years. It’s part of an effort to cut costs and consolidate some of Lockheed Martin’s facilities.
  • Crash Sets Back Mother Needing Specialty Van For Her Daughter

    By Kelly Werthmann
    DENVER (CBS4) – A five-car crash totaled a young mother’s car last month and crushed her hopes of buying a specialty van for her special-needs daughter.
    “I guess it’s just really hard when you’re a single mom and can’t provide for your child,” Jessica Johnson told CBS4’s Kelly Werthmann.
    Johnson is a single mother raising her daughter Ava in Denver. Ava was born with a long list of health complications and she spent her first mon
  • Warrant Issued For Deputy In Poaching Felonies

    KIOWA, Colo. (AP/CBS4) – A nationwide warrant has been issued for a former Colorado sheriff’s deputy wanted for poaching deer near Elbert.
    Former Elbert County deputy Steve Few was arrested Dec. 20 in Georgia on multiple felonies following a citizen’s report of illegally-harvested deer.
    Authorities say Few bonded out of custody in Georgia but has not returned to Colorado for a court appearance.
    Charges against him include two counts of destruction of wildlife, trespassing, shoo
  • 1 Dead, 1 Critical In LoDo Shooting

    DENVER (CBS4) – Police in Denver are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred in LoDo early Saturday morning.
    According to police, the shooting occurred just before 2 a.m. at 15th and Market streets.
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    One person was killed and another was transported to the hospital and is listed in critical condition.
    No arrests have been made and no suspect information has been released.
    No names have been released.
  • Slow Warm Up Gets Denver Back In The 30s

    By Dave Aguilera
    DENVER (CBS4) – Our last weekend of February will see the return of sunshine and drier air. Temperatures over eastern Colorado will still be on the chilly side but, should rise above freezing.  The Denver metro area will keep the sunshine going through Monday when temps get back into the 40s.
    For the mountains skies will be mostly cloudy and there will be a return of snow showers late Saturday  into Sunday morning with most areas seeing 1 to 2 inches of snow
  • Latest Forecast: Slow Warm Up Gets Denver Back In The 30s

    By Dave Aguilera
    DENVER (CBS4) – Our last weekend of February will see the return of sunshine and drier air. Temperatures over eastern Colorado will still be on the chilly side but, should rise above freezing.  The Denver metro area will keep the sunshine going through Monday when temps get back into the 40s.
    For the mountains skies will be mostly cloudy and there will be a return of snow showers Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning with most areas seeing 1 to 2 inches of snow.
  • Harris Scores 25 Points In Nuggets’ 129-109 Win Over Nets

    DENVER (AP) — Gary Harris scored a career-high 25 points and the Denver Nuggets bounced back from successive losses to beat Brooklyn 129-109 on Friday night, handing the inept Nets their 15th loss in a row.
    Wilson Chandler had 24 points and Danilo Gallinari added 20 for the Nuggets, who snapped a six-game losing streak to the Nets.
    Jeremy Lin was back in the starting lineup for the Nets after missing the previous 26 games because of a strained left hamstring, but Brooklyn could not pull ou
  • Alleged Drunk Driver Hits, Critically Injures Little Girl

    WESTMINSTER, Colo. (CBS4) – A little girl is in the hospital after an alleged drunk driver hit the mini van she was in.
    “Yesterday we just found out that she is probably never going to walk again,” Sandra Acuna, Jamille’s mother, told CBS4’s Karen Morfitt.
    Jamille Acuna (credit: Acuna family)
    Acuna says the suspect came out of nowhere, so fast she doesn’t remember the collision that sent them flying into a fence.
    Last month’s crash left her in a neck bra
  • Sheriff Sued Again For Fatal Shootout That Killed Deputy

    By Jeff Todd
    PARK COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – One year after Corporal Nate Carrigan was killed while serving an eviction notice, a former employee of the Park County Sheriff’s Department sued the county and the sheriff.
    Welles Tonjes was a Senior Sargent in February of 2016, a federal lawsuit says he was illegally demoted three ranks before he quit and the cause was the fatal shooting of Carrigan.
    Nate Carrigan (credit: CBS)
    Tonjes is suing the Park County Commissioners, Sheriff Fred Wege
  • New Topgolf Driving Range Hits A Hazard

    By Rick Sallinger
    THORNTON, Colo. (CBS4) – A lawsuit has at least temporarily delayed the construction of massive golf driving range in Thornton.
    The facility is to be built by a company called Topgolf.
    Its concept has turned the normally mundane task of practicing a golf swing into a party. It has bars, a restaurant and three levels of golf driving bays.
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    With some 30 Topgolfs in two countries the company has its eyes on Thornton.
    But some homeowners near 136th Avenue and Was
  • RTD Opens New Light Rail Line

    By Melissa Garcia
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – The newest line on RTD’s light rail system, the R-line, is up and running.
    The route runs from Lone tree along I-225 through Aurora, eventually connecting to the A-line to Denver International Airport and to downtown Denver.
    The R-line runs 22-miles, connecting northeast Denver with southeast Denver through Aurora.
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    After years of planning and construction, the line is finally open.
    “A lot of people say it would be a cold da
  • Not All Republican Lawmakers Are Avoiding Town Halls

    JOHNSTOWN, Colo. (CBS4) – One of Colorado’s Republican leaders held two town hall meetings recently.
    Representative Ken Buck met with only Democrats in two separate meetings.
    He says he reached out to Democratic leaders in his district and asked them to invite others from their party to attend.
    Representative Ken Buck (credit: CBS)
    “It’s been very beneficial. Both sides learned a lot of good information about healthcare to take back to D.C.,” Buck said.
    Buck says he

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