• Search for Kelsey Berreth’s remains in Colorado landfill ends

    COLORADO SPRINGS — Police have ended the search of a Colorado landfill for the remains of a woman thought to have been beaten to death by her fiance.
    ProvidedFrom left are Kelsey Berreth and Patrick Frazee.
    The Colorado Springs Gazette reports the search for 29-year-old Kelsey Berreth’s remains at a landfill about 90 miles south of Denver started in late February, and investigators sifted through nearly 40,000 cubic feet of trash.
    Berreth was last seen in public Nov. 22 with her 15-m
  • Military academies begin to follow Trump administration’s military transgender ban

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. — The elite academies that educate officers for the nation’s armed forces have begun to implement the Trump administration’s ban on transgender service members.
    The U.S. Naval Academy will ban people who are transgender from attending the school, beginning with the 2020 school year. The Defense Department confirmed that change to the Capital Gazette newspaper on Monday. The school in Annapolis, Maryland, currently accepts transgender students and retains midshipm
  • Weld deputies cleared after man dies following confrontation with stun gun

    GREELEY — Prosecutors have cleared four northern Colorado sheriff’s deputies who were involved in a confrontation with a man who died after he was shot with a stun gun.
    The Weld County deputies were called to a Greeley home Feb. 23 and found 33-year-old Isaias Rodriguez pacing, sweating excessively and making irrational statements.
    The Greeley Tribune reports that when deputies asked Rodriguez to come outside, he retreated into a bedroom occupied by two children. Three of the deputie
  • ‘Is That Bad Guy Gone?’ Teachers Prepare To Answer Questions After Threat Closes Schools

    DENVER (CBS4)– More than a dozen school districts in Colorado canceled class on Wednesday after the FBI and local law enforcement announced they were investigating a credible threat. The manhunt ended Wednesday morning for Sol Pais, the 18-year-old Florida woman who flew from her home state to Colorado this week, then bought a gun and made credible threats against schools.
    (credit: CBS)
    When third grade teacher, Bridget Stephenson-Mckee got the call they would not be in the classroom, she
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  • North Korea says it test-fired new tactical guided weapon

    SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea said Thursday that it had test-fired a new type of “tactical guided weapon,” its first such test in nearly half a year, and a possible sign of its displeasure with deadlocked nuclear talks with the United States.
    The test, which didn’t appear to be of a banned mid- or long-range ballistic missile that could scuttle negotiations, allows Pyongyang to show its people it is pushing ahead with weapons development while also reassuring domestic
  • ‘Chick Cam’ Showcases CSU Extension Programs, Promotes Poultry Project

    DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– For the second year in a row, Colorado State University Extension in Douglas County is sharing its “Chick Cam” with the world. The 24/7 live stream of hatching chicks is not only fascinating to watch, those running it hope it will also peak some interest when it comes to sustainable living.
    (credit: CBS)
    “The Chick Cam teaches people you can actually raise animals is your backyard. In addition it helps kids learn how to do feeding, taking car
  • Mueller report release spirals into political gamesmanship

    WASHINGTON — After nearly two years of waiting, America will get some answers straight from Robert Mueller — but not before President Donald Trump’s attorney general has his say.
    The Justice Department on Thursday is expected to release a redacted version of the special counsel’s report on Russian election interference and Trump’s campaign, opening up months, if not years, of fights over what the document means in a deeply divided country.
    Even the planned release o
  • Gambler sets another 1-day winnings record on ‘Jeopardy!’

    LOS ANGELES — A professional sports gambler from Las Vegas has broken his own single-episode winnings record on “Jeopardy!”
    James Holzhauer won $131,127 during a show aired Wednesday night, breaking the record that viewers saw him set last week.
    Due to the game show’s taping schedule, the records were actually set one day apart, with Holzhauer’s new high score occurring on Feb. 12.
    Wednesday’s win marks the 10th consecutive win for the 34-year-old Holzhauer. B
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  • Children Enjoy Easter Egg Roll At Governor’s Mansion

    DENVER (CBS4)– It was an early Easter celebration at the Governor’s Mansion in Denver on Wednesday. Families of service members who are deployed were the guests of honor.(credit: CBS)
    Gov. Jared Polis and first gentlemen Marlon Reis hosted their first Easter egg roll. (credit: CBS)
    Children also enjoyed an Easter egg hunt as well as crafts and games. (credit: CBS)
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  • Reds’ Joey Votto pops out to first for 1st time in career

    LOS ANGELES — A remarkable baseball streak ended Wednesday when Joey Votto innocuously popped out to first base.
    The slugger somehow had made 6,827 plate appearances over 13 seasons with the Reds without ever popping out to first. He finally did it in Cincinnati’s 3-2 loss at Dodger Stadium, fouling out to Cody Bellinger to end the eighth.
    Votto had played 1,591 games in a career that began in late 2007 without ever popping up to first.
    The six-time All-Star first baseman is a career
  • Schools Announce Plans To Reopen Thursday After Threat Closes Hundreds In Metro Area

    GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4)– JeffCo Public Schools, Denver Public Schools and Douglas County Schools were among the first school districts in the Denver metro area to announce Wednesday they will reopen schools on Thursday. This comes after learning there was no longer a threat to schools across the Front Range on Wednesday morning.
    There was a Denver metro area wide school closure of 19 school districts and 500,000 students out of school on Wednesday due to a threat. Schools will have extra secu
  • Suspects In Lake Christine Fire Want Trial Moved Out Of Eagle County

    EAGLE, Colo. (CBS4) — Two people who pleaded not guilty to starting a wildfire in western Colorado last summer want their trial moved out of Eagle County. They started the fire by firing incendiary tracer rounds at a shooting range.
    Lake Christine Fire (credit: Sander Olson via Carbondale & Rural Fire Protection District)
    Allison Marcus and Richard Miller, both of El Jebel, face felony arson charges related to the Lake Christine fire.
    Richard Miller and Allison Sarah Marcus (credit: Ea
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  • ‘We Take Care Of Each Other’: Former Columbine Principal Frank DeAngelis On Upcoming Anniversary

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– The timing of the threat hit particularly close to the Columbine community. Saturday marks 20 years since the shooting at the school.
    (credit: CBS)
    The manhunt ended Wednesday for Sol Pais, the 18-year-old Florida woman who flew from her home state to Colorado this week then bought a gun and made credible threats against schools.
    There are still about a dozen staff members at Columbine who were at the school when gunmen killed 12 students and a teacher.
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  • Manzanola woman accused of trying to drive into Arkansas River with her 2 daughters inside vehicle

    A Manzanola woman is accused of trying to kill her two daughters by driving off a road with the children in her SUV and crashing the vehicle into the Arkansas River.
    Colorado Bureau of InvestigationChristine Martinez
    Christine Martinez, 33, has been arrested on suspicion of attempted first-degree murder, first-degree assault, child abuse and arson, according to a Colorado Bureau of Investigation news release.
    Martinez was arrested Tuesday and is being held at the Otero County jail. Her bail is $
  • Kiszla: LaMarcus Aldridge finally gives Nuggets fans what a too-polite basketball city needs, a villain to boo

    They’re tough Nuggets to crack, as LaMarcus “Low Blow” Aldridge and all those basketball bullies down in San Antonio have discovered.
    In this NBA playoff series, have the Spurs come undone?
    Now, we all know the Nuggets have nowhere near the championship pedigree of a proud San Antonio franchise and haven’t even won a game in the Alamo City since way back in 2012. But there were indications during Denver’s 114-105 victory in Game 2 the Spurs know they must try to bul
  • Two workers who died in Windsor trench collapse identified; investigation ongoing

    Two workers killed in a construction trench collapse in Windsor have been identified.
    Cristopher Lee Ramirez, 26, of Boulder, and 41-year-old Jorge Baez Valadez, 41, of Denver, were installing sewer pipe, in the 900 block of Camberly Drive, for new housing when the 15-foot deep trench collapsed Tuesday, according to the Weld County Coroner’s Office. The pair were buried in soil and rock.
    An investigation, by federal, state and local authorities continues.
    The formal cause of their deaths i
  • RBC Heritage: Can Dustin Johnson Adapt To Harbour Town?

    By Norm Elrod
    (CBS Miami/CBS Local) — The RBC Heritage has the misfortune to sit in the shadow of the Masters. And much of the golf world is still recovering from Tiger Woods’ fifth green jacket at Augusta. That won’t stop players from stepping up to the tee on Thursday at Harbour Town Golf Links.
    While Woods will not be traveling to Hilton Head for the 51st edition of the tournament, many of the top finishers on last week’s leaderboard will be. That includes runners-up X
  • Broncos 2019 Schedule Released: Broncos Start On The Road For 1st Time In 9 Years

    DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Broncos regular season schedule has been released. The team faces one of the hardest schedules in the NFL with nine games against teams that finished 2018 with a winning record.
    Wide receiver Courtland Sutton nearly has a touchdown catch against the Texans at Broncos Stadium at Mile High on Nov. 4, 2018. (credit: Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)
    The season begins with a Monday night game on the road in Oakland and ends with a home matchup against those same Raiders.
  • Former Wednesday’s Child Begins Adulthood Without A Parent, Beats The Odds

    You can support The Adoption Exchange and help them find loving families for children living in foster care by tuning in to CBS4 for A Day for Wednesday’s Child all day Wednesday. Anchor Britt Moreno is helping raise money and awareness for The Adoption Exchange.
    (CBS4) – Gabby never had a mom or dad scrapbook for her as a child, so she learned to save the few pictures she has of her childhood on her own. She shuffles through a folder of photos and school awards to show CBS4’s
  • FBI Investigates If Sol Pais Acted Alone In Making School Threats

    CLEAR CREEK COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Sol Pais is dead of apparent suicide. The manhunt is over for the 18-year-old Florida woman who flew from her home state to Colorado this week then bought a gun and made credible threats against schools.
    Sol Pais (credit: Jefferson County)
    “She appeared to have died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound,” said FBI Denver Special Agent in Charge Dean Phillips. “It appears she took her own life.”
    The FBI is now working extensively to t
  • Parents Face Tough Questions About School Closure, Threat

    LITTLETON, Colo. (CBS4)– More than a dozen school districts were closed in the Denver metro area on Wednesday because of a woman who flew from her home state to Colorado this week then bought a gun and made credible threats against schools. That put parents in a position to explain to their children why schools were closed.
    (credit: CBS)
    “It was terrifying, absolutely terrifying.”
    That was Candice Ferguson’s reaction when word came via text at 2 a.m. that Littleton Public
  • Schools Start To Announce Plans To Reopen Thursday After Threat Closes Hundreds In Metro Area

    GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4)– JeffCo Public Schools, Denver Public Schools and Douglas County Schools were among the first school districts in the Denver metro area to announced Wednesday they will reopen schools on Thursday. This comes after learning there was no longer a threat to schools across the Front Range on Wednesday morning.
    There was a Denver metro area wide school closure of 19 school districts on Wednesday due to a threat. Schools will have extra security measures in place when studen
  • Wild Bird Rescue Turns To Community To Keep Doors Open

    WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. (CBS4)– One of the only wild bird rescues in the Denver metro area is in need of some help of their own. The Wild Bird Rescue and Rehab in Wheat Ridge takes in hundreds of birds every year, and is now worried they may have to close their doors.
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    “He still had some eggshell attached to him so he had just hatched and it was during that storm we had last week,” Morgan Sandoval said.
    Sandoval is a licensed veterinary technician at the facility.
    (cred
  • Opioids Bust: Feds Charge Doctors In 8 States, Including ‘Rock Doc’ Accused Of Trading Pills For Sex

    (CNN) — Nearly three dozen doctors and a host of other medical professionals across eight states were charged for illegally prescribing and distributing opioids and other dangerous narcotics, the Justice Department announced Wednesday. Those charged include two doctors who allegedly prescribed pills in exchange for sexual favors and a doctor who prosecutors say prescribed pills for their own use.
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    The Justice Department said in a statement that the charges against 60 i
  • Contractors Buried Alive In Trench Collapse At Housing Development

    WINDSOR, Colo. (CBS4) – Two contractors installing a gas line for a new neighborhood were killed Tuesday night. Firefighters say they were buried alive after a working trench collapsed. The duo was working near the intersection of Camberly and Whiteley drives, where D.R. Horton and Express Homes houses are being built.
    (credit: Poudre Fire)
    “(The victims) were putting a utility line at approximately 15-feet-deep in the hole,” said Brandon Garcia, Battalion Chief for Poudre Fire
  • Gun Store Owner Says He Legally Sold Shotgun To Sol Pais

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Her threats sparked a massive manhunt and prompted dozens of Denver-area schools to cancel classes on Wednesday. Investigators warned Sol Pais was armed with a pump-action shotgun and considered extremely dangerous. After Pais was found dead, we learned more about how she obtained the weapon.
    Sol Pais (credit: Jefferson County)
    Jefferson County Sheriff Jeff Shrader confirmed the 18-year-old high school student legally purchased the gun at a store in an unin
  • Wednesday’s Child Sits In On Studio C Session at KBCO

    DENVER (CBS4) – CBS4’s friends at KBCO recently invited a Wednesday’s Child who loves music to sit in on a Studio C session. Sam, 17, lives in foster care, and turns to music to help him through the tough times. He was particularly excited to see a live taping of Studio C at KBCO, but first, he got a tour of the station.
    (credit CBS)
    “Nice to meet you,” said Ginger, the afternoon DJ at KBCO. “This is where all the action happens.”
    Then Sam moved on to li
  • Kelsey Berreth Murder: Police End Search Of Landfill

    WOODLAND PARK, Colo. (CBS4) — Police investigating the disappearance of Kelsey Berreth have concluded their search of a landfill in Fountain. Police did not find any evidence relating to her death.
    Investigators and other experts completed a “highly detailed search” of and area that was 65 feet long, 32 feet wide and 13 feet deep. The area was identified by NecroSearch as having the highest probability of containing evidence relevant to the case.
    Teams have been searching the M
  • Littleton Gun Store Owner Says He Legally Sold Shotgun To Sol Pais

    LITTLETON, Colo. (CBS4) — Her threats sparked a massive manhunt and prompted dozens of Denver-area schools to cancel classes on Wednesday. Investigators warned Sol Pais was armed with a pump-action shotgun and considered extremely dangerous. After Pais was found dead, we learned more about how she obtained the weapon.
    Jefferson County Sheriff Jeff Shrader confirmed the 18-year-old high school student legally purchased the gun at a store in Littleton, after flying from Florida to Color
  • Golden State Killer Suspect May Face Death Penalty

    (CNN) — Prosecutors in the case of suspected Golden State Killer Joseph James DeAngelo will seek the death penalty, they said in court Wednesday — despite the governor’s moratorium on executions. Though Gov. Gavin Newsom signed in March preventing executions from being carried out in California, the order does not prevent death penalty sentences from being handed out.
    Prosecutors in the case of suspected Golden State Killer Joseph James DeAngelo will seek the death pe
  • Carl’s Jr. Selling CBD-Infused Burger In Denver On April 20

    FRANKLIN, Tenn. (CBS4) — Carl’s Jr. announced it will be selling a CBD-infused hamburger at one location in Denver on April 20. They’re calling it the Rocky Mountain High: CheeseBurger Delight.
    (credit: Business Wire)
    “The Rocky Mountain High: CheeseBurger Delight features two 100% charbroiled beef patties paired with Carl’s Jr. signature Santa Fe Sauce infused with hemp-based CBD oil, pickled jalapeños, pepper jack cheese and Crisscut® fries to give the
  • Caring Adults Can Make A Huge Difference In A Child’s Life

    PARKER, Colo. (CBS4) – For children living in foster care finding a forever family can make all the difference in the world. Having caring, stable adults can help a child overcome some of the challenges they face. Patrick and his wife Stacy were just those adults.
    (credit CBS)
    “I wanted to have one of my own, a biological child, as well as adopt,” Patrick told CBS4.
    Seth was born, and then the couple became foster parents. Annaliese came to them when she was 5-months old, and n
  • Study: Fentanyl-Related Deaths Spiked 122% In West Virginia

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (CBS Local) — Fentanyl-related deaths have skyrocketed in West Virginia even as prescription-related opioid deaths declined, according to a new study.
    Researchers analyzed the number of fentanyl deaths from 2015 to 2017 and found that deaths rose by 122%. Prescription opioid-related deaths decreased by 75% in those same two years.
    The increase is partly blamed on illegal fentanyl imports from China, according to Gordon Smith, an epidemiologist with the West Virginia Unive
  • Police Alert Public After Razor Blades Found Hidden In Gas Pump Handles

    COLOMA TOWNSHIP, Mich. (CBS Local) — Authorities in southwestern Michigan are urging residents to be vigilant after razor blades were found inside gas pump handles.
    Two razor blades — one rusty and one newer looking — fell from a pump handle Monday night while a customer was filling up at the Speedway gas station in Coloma Township, police said.
    No one was hurt, but six more blades were found Tuesday atop the pump, CBS affiliate WSBT reported.
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  • Police: Man Kicked His Puppy To Death For Urinating On Couch

    ELKTON, Md. (CBS Local) — A Maryland man kicked a puppy to death while it was tied to a fence because the dog had urinated on his couch, according to court records.
    Ibe Nyshere Lyles, 42, had allegedly kicked and beat his 5-month-old pit bull while the dog was tethered to a fence “and unable to defend itself or run away from the attack,” police in Elkton said.
    Officers responded to a report of animal cruelty on Monday at about 8:35 a.m.
    “Witnesses advised that Lyles had t
  • Checkr Stresses Fair Chance Hiring As It Announces Move To Colorado

    DENVER (CBS4) – Yet another tech company is making the move to Denver, but Checkr could also bring a major change in how people are hired in Colorado.
    “You have a third of Americans who have prior criminal records, and so we are championing fair chance hiring. We’re making it easier for companies to give second chances to get a job and get back into the workforce,” said Checkr CEO Daniel Yanisse.
    Daniel Yanisse (credit: CBS)
    Checkr started in the Bay Area in California in
  • Sol Pais Dead: Massive Colorado Manhunt Over

    CLEAR CREEK COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The statewide manhunt for Sol Pais is over in Colorado. She is dead from possible self-inflicted wounds, according to a law enforcement source at a command post in Clear Creek County. The FBI tweeted “THERE IS NO LONGER A THREAT TO THE COMMUNITY.”
    Sol Pais (credit: Jefferson County)
    The 18-year-old female suspect was on the run after after making threats that led to the closure of school for more than half a million students on Colorado’
  • Who Was Sol Pais?

    DENVER (CBS4)— Sol Pais, a South Florida woman who the FBI said made threats against schools in Colorado, is dead after a massive manhunt. Authorities say Pais flew to Colorado Monday and bought a pump-action shotgun and ammunition. They said she is “infatuated” with the mass shooting at Columbine High School.
    Sol Pais (credit: Jefferson County)
    The search for her prompted dozens of Denver-area school districts to cancel classes Wednesday.
    SCHOOLS CLOSED: See The Full List Of C
  • Sol Pais, Suspect In Massive Denver Search, Is Obsessed With Columbine Shooting

    DENVER (CBS4) – Sol Pais, the female suspect who is on the run after after making threats that led to the closure of school for more than half a million students on Colorado’s Front Range Wednesday, allegedly has been obsessed with the Columbine High School shooting for many years. This weekend marks 20 years since the mass shooting in Jefferson County.
    Sol Pais (credit: Jefferson County)
    “Because of her comments and her actions. Because of her travel here to the state. Because
  • Police: Man Threw Iguana At Manager Inside Restaurant

    PAINESVILLE, Ohio (CBS Local) — An Ohio diner faces animal cruelty charges after he allegedly used a pet iguana as a weapon inside a restaurant, authorities said.
    Officers responded to a disorderly conduct complaint at a Perkins restaurant in Painesville just before noon on Tuesday.
    Police say a 49-year-old man pulled out the iguana from under his shirt, swung it around his head by its tail and threw it at the restaurant manager before running off.The suspect, who has not yet been identifi
  • Joe Flacco, Vic Fangio Make On-Field Debuts With Broncos

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Vic Fangio looked comfortable in his baggy sweats, and Joe Flacco looked right at home in his spiffy blue and orange No. 5 jersey when the Denver Broncos held their first on-field workouts under their new head coach and their new quarterback. In an unusual twist, Fangio, who’s getting his first taste of being a head coach after four decades as a defensive assistant, is having his team practice in game jerseys during the voluntary veteran minicamp.
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  • Mother Adopted Boy With Angelman’s Syndrome In 1992, ‘Hasn’t Looked Back’

    You can support The Adoption Exchange and help them find loving families for children living in foster care by tuning in to CBS4 for A Day for Wednesday’s Child all day Wednesday. Anchor Britt Moreno is helping raise money and awareness for The Adoption Exchange.
    LAKEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – There is nothing like a mother’s touch; strong yet gentle. That is the way mom Cindy supports her son PJ as they amble towards the Easterseals pool in Lakewood. PJ has Angelman’s syndrome
  • Major Denver Metro Area School Districts Closed Wednesday Due To Credible Threat

    DENVER (CBS4) – A credible threat currently being investigated by the FBI and many other Denver-area law enforcement agencies has prompted most major school districts in the metro area to close schools on Wednesday.
    The list of districts that have canceled classes, athletics, and all school activities can be found below:
    Adams 12 Five Star Schools – CLOSED WEDNESDAYAdams 14 School District – CLOSED WEDNESDAYAurora Public Schools – CLOSED WEDNESDAYBoulder Valley School Dis
  • Nuggets Erase 19-Point Deficit In 114-105 Game 2 Win Over Spurs

    DENVER (AP) – Jamal Murray just couldn’t get the bad taste out of his mouth, and even a bite of pretzel he poached from a kid after tumbling into the stands in the third quarter wasn’t exactly satisfying.
    “It was really dry,” Murray said.
    Maybe it was just what Murray needed, however, helping spark his fabulous fourth quarter that fueled the Denver Nuggets’ 114-105 comeback over the San Antonio Spurs and knotting their playoff series 1-1.
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  • Nuggets Erase 19-Point Deficit In 114-105 Win Over Spurs

    DENVER (AP) — Jamal Murray missed his first eight shots before a scorching fourth quarter in which he scored 21 of his 24 points, leading the Denver Nuggets past the San Antonio Spurs 114-105 on Tuesday night and knotting their playoff series at a game apiece.
    Jamal Murray #27 of the Denver Nuggets puts up a three point shot against the San Antonio Spurs in the fourth quarter during game two of the first round of the NBA Playoffs at the Pepsi Center on April 16, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. (
  • ‘Massive Manhunt’: FBI Searches For Suspect Sol Pais In Columbine, Jeffco Schools Threat

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Columbine High School and several other schools in the Jeffco Public Schools district were placed on lockout Tuesday afternoon due to “a credible threat.” The FBI is searching for Sol Pais, who is considered armed and extrememly dangerous.“This has become a massive manhunt,” investigators said in a news conference at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday. Investigators say Pais is “infatuated with the perpetrators of Columbine” and traveled f
  • DIA Terminal Renovation At Least 18 Months Behind Schedule

    DENVER (CBS4) – The massive renovation of Denver International Airport’s terminal will now be at least 18 months behind schedule — and possibly longer — according to newly released construction documents obtained by CBS4.
    (CBS)
    The “Great Hall Project,” as it is known, was originally supposed to take three and a half years to complete and be finished in 2021. That’s now been pushed back to 2023 according to the newly obtained report.
    In February, CBS4 re
  • 2 Workers Killed In Trench Collapse

    WINDSOR, Colo. (CBS4)– Rescue crews were not able to save two workers who were trapped after a trench collapsed on Tuesday afternoon. The trench was at a home construction site in Windsor.
    (credit: Windsor Severance Fire Rescue)
    “Both trapped parties have succumbed to their injuries,” officials announced shortly before 10 p.m.
    (credit: Poudre Fire)
    The two men were trapped more than 10 feet down at the new home construction at 925 Camberly Drive.
    Workers on scene were able to g
  • Lawmakers Kill Bill Banning Use Of Electronic Devices While Driving

    DENVER (CBS4) — A bill that would’ve made it illegal to use your cell phone while driving, failed in the House Judiciary Committee Tuesday 10 votes to one. Currently, the law states that it is illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to use a phone and drive. For adults, the law allows talking on the phone — but no texting.
    (CBS)
    SB19-012 would’ve made it illegal for all ages to use any “mobile electronic device” while driving, which encompassed a wide range of
  • City Council Considers Renaming ‘Swastika Acres’ Neighborhood

    CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, Colo. (CBS4) — A subdivision of Cherry Hills Village could have a new name following Tuesday night’s City Council meeting.  You couldn’t tell by looking at signs, but dozens of homes have made up the Swastika Acres neighborhood for over 100 years. The neighborhood was named after Denver Swastika Company, well before the symbol became associated with Nazis.
    (credit: CBS)
    Many neighbors signed an ordinance supporting the name change. If approved by the

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