• Crash Closes Southbound I-25 At 120th On Thanksgiving Night

    NORTHGLENN, Colo. (CBS4) – Southbound I-25 was closed at 120th Ave. on Thanksgiving night because of a crash, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation.
    (credit: CBS viewer Allen Cox)
    There is no word on whether anyone was seriously hurt in the crash or how many vehicles were involved.
    There is no estimate for when the highway will reopen.
  • Stores Busy In Denver for Early Black Friday Shopping

    By Makenzie O’Keefe
    DENVER, Colo. (CBS4) – Thousands of Denver area shoppers showed up at stores on Thanksgiving Day for early Black Friday deals.
    With the nation’s jobless rate at a 17 -year low, analysts predict healthy sales increases for retailers.
    A line of anxious customers wrapped around Best Buy on Colorado Boulevard near Interstate 25 Thursday as they waited for doors to open.
    One of the first customers in line said he had been waiting since 7 a.m.
    Management said
  • Man Freed 39 Years After Double Murder Thanks To DNA Test

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Simi Valley was a sleepy Southern California suburb in 1979, one frequently ranked near the top of surveys of America’s safest cities — in large part because hundreds of police officers from nearby Los Angeles lived there.
    The city, however, was shaken when residents awoke on Nov. 11, 1978, to learn of the slaying of a 24-year-old woman and her 4-year-old son. Rhonda Wicht had been strangled and her son, Donald, smothered in his bed.
    Wicht’s form
  • Denver Groups Step Up To Serve Free Thanksgiving Feasts

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – The Salvation Army hosted its annual Community Thanksgiving Meal, complete with all the trimmings at no charge.
    Nearly 7,000 pounds of food were served at the Salvation Army’s Thanksgiving Dinner, a longstanding tradition with a greater need every year.
    More than 200 volunteers served roasted turkey and the traditional thanksgiving sides, donated by King Soopers and City Market.
    “It’s an opportunity for people in the community to enjoy a Thanksgi
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  • Latest Forecast: Close To Record High For Thanksgiving

    By Lauren Whitney
    DENVER (CBS4) – We almost tied the record high for Thanksgiving in Denver! We hit 72 degrees! The record for November 23 in Denver is 73 set in 1915. The record for Thanksgiving (regardless of the date) is also 73 and was set a few years earlier in 1909. So, we were just a degree shy from tying some records in Denver.
    Hopefully you were able to enjoy some time outside with the sunshine and warm temperatures.
    Plan on dry and unusually warm weather for Thanksgivin
  • 1,800 Gallons Of Vodka Stolen From Distillery

    Los Angeles, CA (KTLA/CNN) — Police on Wednesday were looking for thieves who stole 1,800 gallons of vodka from a downtown Los Angeles distillery.
    The thieves broke into the Fog Shots vodka factory — a family business that was started in Armenia — and took more than 9,000 bottles of alcohol worth nearly $280,000, the company’s Art Gukasyan said.
    Gukasyan said the criminals sawed their way in and took almost all of the factory’s inventory. He believes three individua
  • NFL Player Wants Help Choosing Baby’s Name

    MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (CBS4) – One NFL chose a unique way to announce the birth of his son.
    Minnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen. (credit: Nick Wosika/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
    Minnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffin lifted up his jersey in the middle of the game on Thanksgiving to reveal a message written on his undershirt.
    Heading home after a @Vikings win to meet my new baby boy!! #G2G pic.twitter.com/n5B2SaF1Fm
    — Everson Griffen (@EversonGriffen) November
  • What NHL Teams Are Thankful For

    By Matt Citak
    Thanksgiving is right around the corner, which means that it’s the time of year to stuff our faces with lots of food, but also, to think about all the things that we’re thankful for in our lives. Since we each do this personally, we figured it’d be fun to take a guess at what some of our favorite professional sports teams are thankful for as well at this time of year. Over the next several days, we’ll be rolling out lists for each of the major sports that gi
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  • Woman Raises Over $250K For Homeless Man Who Used Last $20 To Buy Her Gas

    PHILADELPHIA (CBS4/AP) — A New Jersey woman who was helped by a homeless man after she ran out of gas on an interstate in Philadelphia has raised more than $250,000 for the good Samaritan.
    Kate McClure, 27, started the Gofundme.com campaign earlier this month after she said she ran out of gas on Interstate 95 and a homeless man, Johnny Bobbitt Jr., approached her.
    “He told me to get back in the car and lock the doors. A few minutes later, he comes back with a red gas can. U
  • Border Agent Hurt In ‘Tragic Incident’ Released From Hospital

    EL PASO, Texas (AP) — A Border Patrol agent injured in an incident that left a fellow agent dead was discharged Wednesday from an El Paso hospital.
    The agent was discharged Wednesday from the University Medical Center in El Paso, said Doug Mosier, spokesman for U.S. Customs and Border Protection in El Paso.
    He declined to identify the agent and referred to the FBI all questions about the status of the investigation into Saturday night’s incident near Van Horn that left agent Rogelio
  • Thanksgiving Feast Tradition At Boys & Girls Club

    DENVER (CBS4) – The Monaco South Optimist Club has been putting on a Thanksgiving Feast at the Boys & Girls Club for 30 years. The meal is as traditional as it comes: turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, and of course cranberries.
    (credit CBS)
    “We’ve been doing this for 30-years and it’s really just to be supporting the community,” said Jim Easton, Monaco South Optimist Club president.
    The community comes out. Hundreds of Boys & Girls Club children
  • Blind 97-Year-Old Man Sets Record At Turkey Day 5K

    By Makenzie O’Keefe
    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. (CBS4) – A 97-year-old Colorado man has set a world record at the annual Turkey Day 5K in Highlands Ranch.
    (credit: CBS4)
    Bob McAdam finished the 3.1 mile run in 48 minutes and 33 seconds, on Thanksgiving morning.
    This makes him the fastest runner in his age group, 95 and older, to complete a 5K race.
    McAdam said he wasn’t always a runner. This goal began one day when the fitness coordinator at his retirement home asked him to run on t
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  • What Each MLB Team Is Thankful For

    Ryan Mayer
    Thanksgiving is here, which means that it’s the time of year to stuff our faces with lots of food, but also, to think about all the things that we’re thankful for in our lives. Since we each do this personally, we figured it’d be fun to take a guess at what some of our favorite professional sports teams are thankful for as well at this time of year. We’ve been rolling out lists for each of the four major sports that give thoughts on what each team should be tha
  • Thanksgiving Day Shooting: 3 Shot Near Denver High School

    DENVER, Colo. (CBS4) – Three people were shot near Denver’s Manual High School on Thanksgiving Day.
    Denver police were called to the school at 1700 East 28th Avenue around noon. The school is a few blocks northwest of Denver’s City Park.
    (credit: CBS)
    One person was shot multiple times, according to the Denver Police Department. Another was hit in the leg and a third was shot in the arm.
    (credit: CBS)
    A white sedan at the scene had multiple blue crime scene markers on
  • What Each NFL Team Is Thankful For

    By Matt Citak
    Thanksgiving is right around the corner, which means that it’s the time of year to stuff our faces with lots of food, but also, to think about all the things that we’re thankful for in our lives. Since we each do this personally, we figured it’d be fun to take a guess at what some of our favorite professional sports teams are thankful for as well at this time of year. Over the next several days, we’ll be rolling out lists for each of the major sports that gi
  • Coffee Shop Vandalized After Posting Gentrification ‘Joke’

    DENVER, Colo. (CBS4) — A coffee shop in Denver’s River North neighborhood was vandalized after posting a controversial sign.
    (credit: CBS)
     
    The sign that was displayed outside the shop at 2851 Larimer Street stated “Happily gentrifying the neighborhood since 2014.”
    (credit: Kasey Learned/CBS4)
    CBS4 received multiple calls, emails and messages about the sign in the days before the vandalism occurred.
    Gentrification is a sensitive issue for many long-time residen
  • ‘Fog Bow’ Appears On Thanksgiving

    STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – A misty fog bow formed in Steamboat Springs on Thanksgiving morning.
    Erika Luthy captured several images of the sight.
    (credit: Erika Luthy/Shannon Lukens)
    According to CBS4 Meteorologist Chris Spears, fog bows form much like regular rainbows but the colors are faint due to the small size of cloud droplets compared to raindrops.
    (credit: Erika Luthy/Shannon Lukens)
    Luthy captured the photos in the Strawberry Park area of Steamboat Springs.
    (credi
  • What Each NBA Team Is Thankful For

    Ryan MayerThanksgiving is here, which means that it’s the time of year to stuff our faces with lots of food, but also, to think about all the things that we’re thankful for in our lives. Since we each do this personally, we figured it’d be fun to take a guess at what some of our favorite professional sports teams are thankful for as well at this time of year. We’ll be rolling out lists for each of the four major sports that give thoughts on what each team should be thankf
  • What WWE Fans Should Be Thankful For

    By Chuck Carroll
    As we gather around our dinner tables on Thursday, we should take stock in what we are truly grateful for. For wrestling fans, that has to be the WWE. Yes, there is a great deal of room for improvement. In fact, the promotion is kind of like a Thanksgiving dinner, in that you want so desperately to get along with everyone at the table but inevitably someone does something stupid and infuriates you. It’s just the way it is and how it’s always been. But even though we
  • Fantasy Football Week 12 Starts And Sits

    By Matt Citak
    Only two weeks remain before the start of the fantasy playoffs. If your league is anything like mine, then playoff spots are coming down to the wire, with numerous spots up for grabs. You never know how close your playoff race will actually be come the end of Week 13, so every point counts in your push to the postseason. Let’s get right into it.
    Here are CBS Local Sports’ Week 12 Fantasy Football Starts and Sits.
    Starts
    QB: Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers
    Roethl
  • Latest Forecast: Near Record Warmth For Thanksgiving

    By Ashton Altieri
    DENVER (CBS4) – Plan on dry and unusually warm weather for Thanksgiving. Temperatures will be near record highs with lower 70s along the Front Range.
    The record for November 23 in Denver is 73 set in 1915. The record for Thanksgiving (regardless of the date) is also 73 and was set a few years earlier in 1909. Obviously we’ll be close to at least tying both records.
    Similar weather is expected on Friday but with some noticeable wind at times. Southwesterly winds
  • Leader of Colorado sex trafficking ring gets 472-year term — the longest human trafficking sentence ever given in the country

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — A Colorado man convicted of running a prostitution ring involving children and young adults has been sentenced to 472 years in prison.
    KUSA-TV reports that 31-year-old Brock Franklin was sentenced by Arapahoe County Judge Peter F. Michaelson on Tuesday.
    Franklin was convicted Friday on 30 counts, including human trafficking of a minor and kidnapping.A 2015 grand jury indictment alleged Franklin used drugs and violence to assert control over young women and girls. At tri
  • Uber customers torn between scandals and service

    DETROIT — Uber has managed to hold the title of world’s largest ride-hailing service despite its seemingly endless string of scandals.
    Its latest misbehavior involving a data breach cover-up revealed this week could be the impetus for people to ride elsewhere — or keep looking the other way.
    Hackers were able to steal data for 57 million riders and drivers, and Uber concealed it for a year after paying $100,000 in ransom for the stolen information to be destroyed.
    Riders and bu
  • Black Friday: A guide to when bigger retailers are opening and what deals they’re offering

    NEW YORK — With Black Friday having stretched into a November full of deals, stores will be stepping it up as holiday shopping begins in earnest.
    It’s been a tough year for many retailers. Several well-known chains have filed for bankruptcy protection and thousands of stores have closed. Amazon is going into the holiday season with its largest ever store presence, and plans to offer deals online every day from Thanksgiving to Cyber Monday. Stores are trying to step up their game onli
  • What happens once “net neutrality” rules bite the dust?

    NEW YORK — The Federal Communications Commission formally released a draft of its plan to kill net-neutrality rules , which equalized access to the internet and prevented broadband providers from favoring their own apps and services.
    Now the question is: What comes next?
    “RADICAL DEPARTURE”
    The FCC’s move will allow companies like Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to charge internet companies for speedier access to consumers and to block outside services they don’t like
  • Once again, Nathan MacKinnon wins it for the Avalanche

    Behind a penalty-free effort through two periods and another outstanding play-making performance by center Nathan MacKinnon, the Avalanche rolled past the Dallas Stars 3-0 on Wednesday night at the Pepsi Center.
    In a festive environment on the night before Thanksgiving Day, MacKinnon had three assists to extend his scoring spree to 20 points in 10 games and Colorado improved to 7-1-1 at home and 11-8-1 overall. The Avs won just 13 times in 41 home games last season en route to a league-low 48 po
  • Ferguson leaders wonder if monitor team overseeing police, court reforms is worth cost

    FERGUSON, Mo. — Ferguson, Missouri, has paid nearly a half-million dollars to the monitor team overseeing its police and court reforms, but city leaders question what they’ve gotten for their money, especially after the departure of the original lead monitor.
    Washington attorney Clark Kent Ervin resigned in September after serving a little over a year as lead monitor overseeing the consent agreement between the U.S. Department of Justice and Ferguson, the St. Louis suburb where Micha
  • Last Chance to Play Fitzsimons Golf Course Before it Closes

    By Dominic Garcia
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Colorado golfers only have a few weeks left to tee it up at one of the state’s oldest courses.
    The city of Aurora recently announced that On Dec. 15 the Fitzsimons Golf Course will close to the public. The city of Aurora’s Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department has operated this golf course since 1998, even though the land belongs to the Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority (FRA). A development project is planned for the sit
  • Colorado State basketball caps road trip with loss at New Mexico State

    Nearly a week after leaving Fort Collins, Colorado State’s three-game road trip finally came to an end.
    It’s safe to assume the Rams can’t get back home soon enough.
    CSU went 0-for-3 during its journey away from Moby Arena, capped by an 89-76 loss at New Mexico State on Wednesday night at the Pan American Center in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
    Colorado State (2-3) had the game tied for a couple possessions in the first half but never had the lead. The Rams had the lead for just 2 mi
  • Sessions orders review of background check system for guns

    WASHINGTON — Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday ordered a far-ranging review of the FBI database used to check the backgrounds of prospective gun buyers, after the Air Force failed to report the criminal history of the gunman who slaughtered more than two dozen people at a Texas church.
    The failure enabled him to buy weapons, purchases his domestic violence conviction should have barred.
    Sessions directed the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to deter
  • U.S. declares “ethnic cleansing” against Rohingya in Myanmar

    WASHINGTON — The United States declared the ongoing violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar to be “ethnic cleansing” on Wednesday, threatening penalties for military officials engaged in a brutal crackdown that has sent more than 600,000 refugees flooding over the border to Bangladesh.
    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson blamed Myanmar’s security forces and “local vigilantes” for what he called “intolerable suffering” by the Rohingya. Although th
  • Special Thanksgiving Message Greets Holiday Travelers on I-70

    By Kelly Werthmann
    MORRISON, Colo. (CBS4) – Tens of thousands of people are expected to hit the road this holiday week and there was a special message waving at drivers as they made their way west on I-70.
    “When I get a wave or a honk, it means the world to me,” Curt Cook said.
    From a bridge over the interstate in Genesee, Cook spends hours waving the American flag, even on a windy Wednesday afternoon.
    (credit: CBS)
    “I do this because I want the veterans and the acti
  • State attorneys general bash plan to hike national park fees

    A group of state attorneys general on Wednesday urged the National Park Service to scrap its proposal to more than double the entrance fee at 17 popular national parks.
    The top government lawyers from 10 states and the District of Columbia sent a letter saying the increase could put access to the parks out of reach for many Americans.
    “We cannot let the most popular and awe-inspiring national parks become places for the wealthy,” they said in the letter to the Park Service’s ac
  • Outdoor Store Urges Black Friday Shoppers To ‘Opt Outside’

    By Stan Bush
    DENVER (CBS4) – Some people may already be camped out in front of their favorite stores for Black Friday deals, but one place they won’t be shopping is a camping store itself.
    REI, the outdoor retailer, will be closed for the third year in a row on Black Friday as part of their Opt Outside campaign. The company is paying their employees to get back to nature and urging others to join them.
    REI employees Chris and Megan Ulrich say this will be the first Opt Out day they&r
  • Mother And Baby Survive Serious Complications Linked To C-Sections

    By Kathy Walsh
    THORNTON, Colo. (CBS4) – A mother from Thornton is especially grateful this Thanksgiving. Both she and her baby boy survived a life-threatening pregnancy condition.
    Now, Maya Fieweger is sharing her story to spread the word that multiple cesarean sections can put mothers at risk for this complication.
    (credit: CBS)
    CBS4 Health Specialist Kathy Walsh met the Fieweger family at the neonatal intensive care unit at the University of Colorado Hospital.  It’s not w
  • Arvada Police Search For Gnome Thief

    By Jeff Todd
    ARVADA (CBS4) – It was a 20-year-old relic, weighing in at 80 pounds, but now the search is on for the thief who took the concrete gnome from in front of an Arvada business.
    “He was so heavy I never moved him out of the way to clean behind him but this guy that came and took him, it was like nothing,” said Gart Williams said about the replica of one of the seven dwarfs.
    (credit: CBS)
    The statue was stolen from Tom Leeper’s insurance office, but Williams put t
  • Your Favorite Website Could Be Blocked Under Proposed FCC Change

    By Shaun Boyd
    DENVER (CBS4) – The days of equal access to the internet may be over.
    The FCC is expected to lift its net neutrality mandate in three weeks, giving internet service providers full control over what you see and don’t see on the web. It would be able to weaken signals or block websites it doesn’t like or that can’t pay-to-play.
    Net neutrality essentially ensures that internet service providers like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon treat all websites and content
  • Holiday Crime Wave Hits Douglas County

    By Tom Mustin
    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. (CBS4) – The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is asking residents to be vigilant after a series of vehicle and home break-ins.
    Deputies say roving gangs of crooks are looking for open cars and garages. The sheriff’s office’s message: “They’re fast, they’re organized and they’re here.”
    Flashing signs are warning residents of a crime wave sweeping through Highlands Ranch.
    “It makes you very nervous
  • Woman Shares Story Of Stolen Wallet Ahead Of Holiday Shopping Season

    By Jamie Leary
    LAKEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – A woman is hoping her story will remind holiday shoppers to be vigilant after thieves teamed up in a Lakewood Whole Foods and stole her wallet. 
    The trio, a woman, and 2 men, worked together to distract Lucrecia Birkhauser last Friday. They took her wallet and racked up more than $5,000 at a neighboring Best Buy. 
    “This guy approached me holding a cabbage,” Birkhauser said. 
    Lucrecia Birkhauser. (credit: CBS)
    She
  • Teen attacked on High Line Canal Trail near middle school in Aurora

    A teenage girl was attacked Tuesday on the High Line Canal Trail in Aurora.
    The incident happened about 6 p.m. just south of South Middle School, 12310 E. Parkview Drive, according to police.
    The 13-year-old victim was approached by a man, who was riding a bike, and was pushed to the ground, police said. She was able to fight off the assailant and flee.
    Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call police at 303-739-6129 or Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867 (S
  • A lifetime of partying left me out of shape and with bad coping skills. Then I decided to start running.

    On the list of stupid things I’ve done, running a 5K for my 40th birthday is either first or last.
    That’s because I mostly sat still for the last two decades as I drank and smoked my way out of healthy coping skills, which might have come in handy during the string of family deaths, medical emergencies and dark thoughts that followed the birth of my son five years ago.
    I just assumed I’d grow out of my bad habits and into better ones by virtue of aging, or that I’d snap i
  • Avalanche left wing Sven Andrighetto sits against Dallas Stars

    Avalanche goalie Semyon Varlamov missed Tuesday’s practice because of illness and wasn’t available to back up Jonathan Bernier on Wednesday against the visiting Dallas Stars, so the Avalanche made an emergency recall and flew in recently acquired Andrew Hammond from the East Coast.
    Hammond, who was obtained from Ottawa on Nov. 4 in the three-team trade that centered around Matt Duchene, boarded a 7:30 a.m. ET flight Wednesday in Charlotte, N.C., where the Belleview Senators — O
  • Jason Day has late trouble, still among Australian Open leaders

    SYDNEY — Jason Day’s first tournament round in Australia in four years was a 5-under 66 to put him among the leaders early Thursday at the Australian Open.
    Day’s round came unhinged late with a double-bogey six on the par-4 eighth hole, his second-last of the day.
    But Day recovered quickly to birdie his last hole to sit three strokes behind fellow Australian and early leader Cameron Davis, who started on the first, had six front-nine birdies and shot 63 at The Australian Golf C
  • Rocky Mountain PBS president says Charlie Rose’s termination is an opportunity to start a dialogue

    In a letter sent out Wednesday afternoon, Rocky Mountain PBS president Amanda Mountain said the organization will use the termination of Charlie Rose, a longtime TV host accused by eight women of sexual harassment, as an opportunity for dialogue about sexual harassment.
    In the letter, Mountain said what appears to be years of harassment was sanctioned by a culture of tolerance. She said Rocky Mountain PBS has a “clear and consistent” policy on sexual harassme
  • Rough Start To Holiday Travel Season At DIA

    By Joel Hillan
    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver International Airport estimates 178,000 passengers will travel through the airport each day this weekend.
    Travelers we talked to were cautiously optimistic.
    “So far so good, we’ll see how the rest of it goes,” Robin Ong, who is traveling to Detroit, said.
    Traveler Robin Ong speaks with CBS4’s Joel Hillan. (credit: CBS)
    “We usually end up cut it really close, not intending to so we are actually here early,” Ong said.
  • Elaborate Marijuana Grow Scheme Busted

    By Rick Sallinger
    ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – 24 people have been indicted in what’s described as an elaborate series of illegal marijuana grows in which the product was sold out of state.
    (credit: CBS)
    The investigation began slowly with Greenwood Village police answering an ad of pot for sale on Craigslist. It netted a suspect who turned into an informant.
    A million dollar house in a high-end Greenwood Village Neighborhood was identified in the indictment. It claims a registere
  • ink! Coffee’s brag about gentrifying Five Points turns bitter on Twitter

    A local coffee chain’s sign appearing to celebrate the gentrification of one of Denver’s historically black neighborhoods sparked a backlash on social media Wednesday afternoon and calls for a boycott. 
    A sandwich board sign reading “Happily gentrifying the neighborhood since 2014” was photographed outside the ink! Coffee location near 29th and Larimer streets. The picture began circulating on Twitter Wednesday afternoon after being included in a tweet by local write
  • Surprise Meeting Between Bronco, Cancer Survivor Leads To Man-To-Man Health Talk

    By Alan Gionet
    (CBS4) – Tyler Swanson is a pretty tough guy. A former defensive lineman in college, he went into coaching at Mead High School. But the hit Tyler took from his health was a hard one; brain cancer.
    Tyler Swanson (credit: CBS)
    He delayed a little getting checked before it was found.
    “I did, you’d probably call it the guy thing, where I brushed it off, it’s just a phase, I’ll be OK,” said Tyler.
    We were sitting at the Drip coffee shop on Lincoln. T
  • Hooded man robs bank in Jefferson County

    A man wearing a hooded jacket and sunglasses robbed a bank Wednesday morning in Jefferson County and fled on foot.
    The FBI Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force and the sheriff’s office released surveillance photographs of the robber Wednesday afternoon in hope of generating tips on a suspect.
    The robbery happened about 10 a.m. at the Bank of the West, 6775 Ken Caryl Ave., according to a news release.Please call (720) 913-STOP if you have information on the Littleton bank robbery thi
  • Broncos RB Devontae Booker saw his workload increase last week and “deserves more” vs. the Raiders

    Devontae Booker will be making a homecoming of sorts Sunday when the Broncos visit Oakland, less than 100 miles from his hometown of Sacramento. And the second-year running back could be in line for a bigger role in front of some familiar faces.
    “‘Book’ has really been playing some good football,” interim offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave said Wednesday. “I think Book deserves more touches. Obviously, we’ll see how the game goes.”
    Booker, who miss

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