• Chris Watts Faces Murder, Unlawful Termination Of Pregnancy Charges

    WELD COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Charges have officially been filed against Chris Watts, the man accused of killing his pregnant wife and two young daughters. Watts faces five counts of first degree murder, unlawful termination of a pregnancy and three counts tampering with deceased human body.
    Two of the five murder charges specify the murder of a victim under the age of 12 by a person in a position of trust. All charges are felonies.
    (credit: CBS)
    The body of Shanann Watts was found burie
  • Lawyers Claim Complex Violated Building Codes Before Deadly Fire

    WESTMINSTER, Colo. (CBS4)– Three people remain in critical condition following last month’s deadly apartment fire at Westbury Apartments in Westminster. Now lawyers claim the complex may have violated building codes.
    The Westbury Apartment Complex with 69 units located at 1585 West 115th Avenue in Westminster caught fire just after 2 a.m. July 22.
    (credit: CBS)
    Lea Hamel, 41, from Venice, Florida and Margaret Kelly, 58, of Westminster died due to “fire related injuries.&rd
  • 3rd Trial Begins For CSU Student Accused Of Resisting Arrest

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4)– The third trial for a Fort Collins woman accused of resisting arrest began on Monday.
    Police body cam video shows Officer Randall Klamser slamming Michaella Surat to the ground in April 2017.(credit: CBS)
    Before that happened, the video shows Surat pushing the officer and fighting him off.
    Surat is on trial for misdemeanor resisting arrest and obstructing a peace officer.(credit: CBS)
    The first trial in January ended in a mistrial and the second trial in April w
  • Loveland Making Progress On ‘Chet’s Dream’

    DILLON, Colo. (CBS4)– Loveland Ski Area is making progress on its new high-speed lift.
    In June, the ski area asked the public to weigh in on choosing a name and “Chet’s Dream” was chosen in honor of Chet Upham.(credit: Loveland Ski Area)
    Loveland is hoping to get it up and running for opening day.(credit: Loveland Ski Area)
    Upham is well-known for his love and dedication to the ski area.(credit: Loveland Ski Area)
    “Chet became a partner in Loveland Ski Tow Company i
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  • Colorado Medina Alert Out Of Fort Morgan Now ‘Deactivated’

    FORT MORGAN, Colo. (CBS4) – The Colorado Bureau of Investigation says a previous Medina Alert is now cancelled after they found a vehicle involved in a fatal hit-and-run crash. The crime happened at 1:54 a.m. Monday in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 76 just west of Fort Morgan.
    The vehicle which was driven by the suspect struck a motorcycle and killed the 62-year-old male rider, according to Colorado State Patrol. The motorcycle had collided with a deer before the fatal collision.
    Autho
  • Students Share Joy On First Day Back At School Damaged By Water

    GREELEY, Colo. (CBS4) – Students at Meeker Elementary School in Greeley shared hugs on Monday during the first day back in class. The school district posted pictures of the love on Facebook.This is the first time the 500 students have been in their old school after a water main break shut them down in November of 2017.
    “It was devastating. The damage was extensive,” explained Deirdre Pilch, the Superintendent of Greeley-Evans District 6. “Not only was the damage to all of
  • Smoke From California Wildfires Can Now Be Seen In Ohio, Experts Say

    CLEVELAND, Ohio (CBS Local) – If you live in Ohio and think something nearby may be on fire, think again, it’s actually happening in California.
    According to the U.S. National Weather Service, smoke from the California wildfires has made its way across the country and is now affecting the skies high over states like Ohio.The massive natural disaster out west is reportedly causing smoke to travel thousands of miles and is resulting in hazy skies and smoke-tinted sunsets for the c
  • Sam Smith Stops To Cuddle A Stranger’s Puppy Before Denver Concert

    DENVER (CBS4) — Pop star Sam Smith may have found a new love in Denver. Smith seems smitten over a stranger’s puppy!
    He posted a heart-melting photo on Monday.People on Twitter couldn’t contain their emotions.
    Never wished to be a dog so bad in my whole entire life pic.twitter.com/9gxBRPyHIC
    — smiffy (@nusmth) August 20, 2018 Aw too cute for wordsTwo puppiespic.twitter.com/VxHQR3QDjd
    — Maren Knoechel (@HamburgSamSmith) August 20, 2018“what a cutie with those s
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  • Plumbing Issues Close Denver Central Library Monday

    DENVER (CBS4)– The Denver Public Library’s Central Library location closed on Monday due to plumbing issues. It is unclear whether that location will reopen on Tuesday.
    The Central Library located at 14th and Broadway closed Monday about 11 a.m. because of plumbing issues. (credit: CBS)
    The library will remain closed through Monday.
    The library is working to restore service to the restrooms but is unsure whether the location will reopen on Tuesday.
  • Nearly 50,000 Fans Attend 2018 Broncos Training Camp

    DENVER (CBS4) – Attendance numbers for the 2018 Broncos Training Camp have been released. Team officials say 49,313 fans attended.
    It’s unclear if that number is higher or lower than previous camps.
    Broncos officials say the public was invited to 13 of the 14 practice days. They estimate an average of 3,707 fans attending each session.
    RELATED: A Look Back At The 2018 Broncos Training Camp
  • Police: Suspects Run Over Woman With Car During Fight To Steal $75,000

    HOUSTON, Texas (CBS Local) – A Houston woman and her husband were the victims of a brutal robbery that was caught on store surveillance cameras after the woman tried to fight off her attackers.
    The Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office says that the woman had just withdrawn $75,000 from the bank for their local check cashing business when cameras caught her being ambushed by a thief who tried to rip her purse away. When the woman would not let go, her husband rushed o
  • Investigators Still Have Not Spoken With Hospitalized Explosion Victim

    DENVER (CBS4) – Investigators have not had a chance to speak with one of the most severely injured victims of an explosion in Denver last week. That one person may be key to determining if an explosion was actually caused by natural gas as first thought.
    (credit: CBS)
    Nine people were hurt, one critically, last Tuesday afternoon.
    The blast leveled much of a four-plex residential building located on Santa Fe Drive between 3rd and 4th avenues in Denver’s Baker Neighborho
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  • Woman Rescued 10 Hours After Falling Off Cruise Ship

    (CNN) — A British woman was saved by the Croatian Coast Guard after spending what she said was close to 10 hours treading water overnight in the Adriatic Sea after falling off a cruise ship.
    Kay Longstaff spoke to Croatian news outlet HRT shortly after arriving back on land.
    “I fell off the back of the Norwegian Star,” said the woman, who lives in Spain, according to her Twitter account. “I was in the water for 10 hours, so these wonderful guys rescued me. I’m very
  • Larry Nassar Moved To Different Prison After Being Assaulted By Prisoners

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Authorities say disgraced former sports doctor Larry Nassar has been transferred to another federal prison facility.
    The Federal Bureau of Prisons website on Sunday shows the former Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics doctor is at the Oklahoma Federal Transfer Center in Oklahoma City. He had been imprisoned in Tucson, Arizona.
    Nassar’s attorneys said last month he was assaulted within hours of being placed in the general population at the Arizona fe
  • Surgeon Removed Woman’s Kidney By Mistake, Lawsuit Claims

    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (CBS Local) – An Iowa woman is suing her doctor after he allegedly removed her kidney instead of another body part during surgery in 2016.
    Dena Knapp was at Avera McKennan Hospital in South Dakota two years ago to have her adrenal gland removed. According to WTVR, Dr. Scott Baker erroneously took out Knapp’s healthy right kidney instead of the gland and a mass that had formed on it.
    Knapp’s lawsuit claims that she was told a week after the Oct. 5 sur
  • Shanann Watts’ Body Found In Shallow Grave Near Oil Tank Where Girls Found

    WELD COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– The body of Shanann Watts was found buried in a shallow grave near an oil tank where the bodies of her daughters were found on Anadarko Petroleum property.
    The bodies of the pregnant mother and daughters were discovered days after they were reported missing from their home in Frederick.
    Chris Watts (credit: CBS)
    Police arrested Chris Watts, 33, late Wednesday on suspicion of killing his wife and children. He is expected to be formally charged on Monday afternoon.
  • Plumbing Issues Close Denver Central Library

    DENVER (CBS4)– The Denver Public Library’s Central Library location closed on Monday due to plumbing issues.The Central Library located at 14th and Broadway closed Monday about 11 a.m. because of plumbing issues. (credit: CBS)
    The library failed to elaborate on what the exact issues are. The library has a plumbing crew at the location and hope to reopen as soon as possible.
  • Woman Killed By Alligator Near South Carolina Resort

    HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. — A South Carolina woman has been attacked and killed by an alligator as she walked her dog near a lagoon, authorities said. The attack occurred around 9:30 a.m. Monday at the Sea Pines resort on Hilton Head Island, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.
    The woman was attacked and pulled under water by an alligator thought to be about 8 feet long, the sheriff’s office said. Beaufort County Coroner Ed Allen identified the victim as
  • Loveland Baby Born At 18:18 on 8-18-18

    LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4)– Parents of a newborn at UCHealth in Loveland will have no problems remembering her birthday. That’s because she was born at 18:18 on 8-18-18.
    Luciana Castillo was born on Saturday. Her parents were excited for her to be born on the unique date because it reads the same backward and forward: 8-18-18.(credit: Medical Center of the Rockies)
    But they were surprised at the time she was born, and say it just adds to their special day.
  • It’s Back To Class For Denver Public Schools

    DENVER (CBS4)– It’s back to school for thousands of students in Denver as they walked or rode the bus to school on Monday morning.
    More than 90,000 Denver Public Schools students headed back to class for the fall semester.(credit: CBS)
    Police in Denver reminded drivers to be cautious for children walking to school, at school bus stops and posted school zones.(credit: CBS)
    This will be the last back to school day for DPS Superintendent Tom Boasberg. He is retiring after 10 years at th
  • Latest Colorado Weather Forecast: Wildfire Smoke Covers The Area

    By Ashton Altieri
    DENVER (CBS4) – A northwesterly flow in the upper levels of the atmosphere will transport smoke from mainly out-of-state wildfires toward Denver and the Front Range on Monday. The smoke will be easy to see and you may smell it as well. Meanwhile temperatures will stay a couple degrees cooler than they otherwise would be thanks to the smoke which means highs in the upper 70s in the metro area. It will be our third day in a row with highs in the 70s which is somewhat unusua
  • San Francisco Residents Oppose Coffee Business’ Bikini-Clad Baristas

    REDWOOD CITY (CBS San Francisco) — A Peninsula neighborhood is trying to shut down plans to open a new drive-through coffee operation where customers are served by scantily-clad baristas.
    Opponents say they’re not anti-business, but argue the baristas wearing bikinis at Pink Pantherz Espresso are too hot to handle.
    There already is a Pink Pantherz Espresso location open in Fremont.
    The skimpily dressed baristas serve provocatively named drinks like “Bootycall,” “Str
  • San Francisco Area Residents Oppose Coffee Business’ Bikini-Clad Baristas

    REDWOOD CITY (CBS San Francisco) — A Peninsula neighborhood is trying to shut down plans to open a new drive-through coffee operation where customers are served by scantily-clad baristas.
    Opponents say they’re not anti-business, but argue the baristas wearing bikinis at Pink Pantherz Espresso are too hot to handle.
    There already is a Pink Pantherz Espresso location open in Fremont.
    The skimpily dressed baristas serve provocatively named drinks like “Bootycall,” “Str
  • CBS Sports To Air “Four Sides Of The Story” Documentaries Beginning September 22nd

    Ryan Mayer
    CBS Sports announced today that their popular “Four Sides of the Story” franchise is returning this fall with four new documentaries featuring some of the biggest sports moments from the past year.
    The documentaries, which are broken into four segments told from different perspectives of those who participated in those moments, will begin on Saturday, September 22nd with the airing of Alabama Audible at 2:30 p.m. Eastern time on CBS leading into coverage of SEC on CBS. Aud
  • ‘Got To Keep Progressing’: Broncos Rookies Just Getting Started

    By Romi Bean
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4)– We knew the Broncos had a good draft back in April. But we didn’t expect them to be this good this early.
    At this point in the year, with training camp coming to a close, I expected to be talking a whole lot about Case Keenum. But the 2018 rookie class is stealing the show. Rookie contributions accounted for more than half of the 23 points the Broncos scored last night. This year’s rookie class is quickly living up to expectations – a
  • Police Officer Breastfeeds Neglected Baby, Photo Goes Viral

    BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (CBS Local) – A female police officer in Argentina has become a social media star after her selfless decision to breastfeed a malnourished baby brought to a local hospital.
    Police officer Celeste Ayala was on duty at Sister Maria Ludovica Children’s Hospital in Buenos Aires when the infant was brought in for treatment. According to reports, the child’s mother was struggling to take care of the baby, who was described by the hospital staff as &l
  • Most Evacuations Lifted For Silver Creek Fire Burning Near Kremmling

    KREMMLING, Colo. (CBS4)– Hundreds of people were allowed to return home on Monday afternoon when evacuations were lifted for nearly all residents forced from their homes because of a wildfire burning north of Kremmling.
    Silver Creek Fire on Aug. 12 (credit: InciWeb)
    The Silver Creek Fire has burned nearly 4,800 acres about 16 miles northwest of Kremmling since it started threatening homes last Wednesday afternoon. It was only five percent contained with more than 600 fire personnel fightin
  • Bringing Home The Bacon: Lost Pig Gets New Home

    LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – A pig found wandering around the streets of Loveland earlier this month is getting a new home.
    Video shows people wrangling the animal outside an apartment complex on Aug. 12.
    (credit: Larimer Humane Society)
    The pig only calmed down after a Larimer Humane Society worker started patting it on the back. No one was able to find the pig’s owner so it was put up for adoption.
    (credit: Stephen Sarvis)
    The Larimer Humane Society hasn’t released who adopt
  • Worst Day Of Denver Smoke So Far This Summer

    By Dave Aguilera
    Colorado skies are again filled with smoke and haze as fires still burn in all twelve western states. In the wake of last weekends cool down and bouts with rain more smoke has pushed into the Rocky Mountain region. Take a look at our CBS4 Rooftop Cam image from Monday morning. Normally you have a clear view of the mountains from this shot. There is so much smoke you can’t even see to the west side of town.The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has issued
  • Broncos Part Ways With Offensive Lineman Menelik Watson

    By Michael Spencer
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4)– The Broncos are parting ways with offensive lineman Menelik Watson.
    The Broncos designated Watson as reserve/injured on Monday morning and will release him once healthy. Watson has been dealing with a strained pectoral muscle and was considered week-to-week after undergoing an MRI last week.
    Watson signed a 3-year deal the join the Broncos before the 2017 season, but played in just seven games last season. The move will cost the Broncos as his ba
  • Morning Low Temp Tied 79-Year-Old Record For Denver

    By Chris Spears and Ashton Altieri
    DENVER (CBS4) – Millions woke up to a late summer chill in Colorado on Monday with at least one place recording the coldest temperature in 79 years.Denver International Airport dropped to 46°F for a total of 17 minutes between 6:25 a.m. and 6:42 which tied the record low for August 20 set in 1939.
    The temperature in Yuma dropped to 45°F at 5:54 a.m. which broke the previous record of 46°F set in 2016.
    Some places in the foothills and mountains
  • ‘Not Looking Back’: Joe Sakic Looking Ahead To Avs Next Season

    By Michael SpencerDENVER (CBS4)– If Joe Sakic is feeling vindicated after watching the Avs complete one of the best turnarounds in NHL history he wouldn’t let you know it.
    “We’re not looking back to last year,” said Sakic. “We feel like last year was a great step. We’re excited with the way the team played and we were able to make the playoffs, but we’ve got a lot of work to do.”Joe Sakic (credit: CBS)
    The Avs went from the worst team in the
  • Victim Speaks Out On Heels Of Church Sex Scandal Indictment Report

    By Melissa GarciaGOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – A woman who lives in Colorado is speaking out to give others hope decades after she suffered sexual abuse, allegedly at a Catholic parish.
    (credit: CBS)
    Donna DeNomme, a resident of Golden, wants people to know that help is out there.
    Her abuse happened out of state, before she moved to Colorado. For DeNomme, the week’s national headlines regarding the Catholic church abuse scandal are hitting home.
    A growing number of Roman Catholic clergy apo
  • Colorado Medina Alert: Troopers Search For Car After I-76 Fatal Hit & Run

    FORT MORGAN, Colo. (CBS4) – Troopers with the Colorado State Patrol are asking for help finding a vehicle involved in a fatal hit-and-run crash. The crime happened at 1:54 a.m. Monday in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 76 just west of Fort Morgan.
    The vehicle that was driven by the suspect struck a motorcycle and killed the male rider, according to Colorado State Patrol. The motorcycle had collided with a deer before the fatal collision.
    The car was described as being a blue Toyota with
  • This Week In Golf: Snedeker Leads Start To Finish To Win Wyndham

    By Sam McPherson
    It would have been a shame for Brandt Snedeker to waste his opening-round 59 at the Wyndham Championship, and he did not disappoint. He followed up his blistering first round with three rounds in the 60s, on his way to a 21-under-par finish and a three-shot victory on Sunday at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina. Only a weather-delayed third round seemed to slow down Snedeker, as his lead shrunk to just one stroke. But a strong 65 on Sunday helped him cli
  • Simone Biles Dresses ‘For The Survivors’ While Winning 5th U.S. Title

    BOSTON (AP) — The color choice wasn’t a coincidence. It was a statement. One Simone Biles felt compelled to make even as the organization she competes for struggles to find a compassionate and compelling message to sexual abuse survivors.
    Simone Biles reacts after competing on the balance beam during day four of the U.S. Gymnastics Championships 2018 at TD Garden on August 19, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts.(Photo by Tim Bradbury/Getty Images)
    The Olympic champion designed the leotard
  • Latest Colorado Weather Forecast: Wildfire Smoke Covers The Area Today

    By Ashton Altieri
    DENVER (CBS4) – A northwesterly flow in the upper levels of the atmosphere will transport smoke from mainly out-of-state wildfires toward Denver and the Front Range on Monday. The smoke will be easy to see and you may smell it as well. Meanwhile temperatures will stay a couple degrees cooler than they otherwise would be thanks to the smoke which means highs in the upper 70s in the metro area. It will be our third day in a row with highs in the 70s which is somewhat unusua
  • Science Says: Hotter Weather Turbocharges Western Wildfires

    (AP) – As temperatures rise in the Western United States, so do the flames.
    The years with the most acres burned by wildfires have some of the hottest temperatures, an Associated Press analysis of fire and weather data found. As human-caused climate change has warmed the world over the past 35 years, the land consumed by flames has more than doubled.
    Experts say the way global warming worsens wildfires comes down to the basic dynamics of fire. Fires need ignition, oxygen and fuel. And what
  • Colorado Gold Star Family Raises Funds For Annual Hunt For Veterans

    By Dillon Thomas
    WINDSOR, Colo. (CBS) – A Gold Star family in Northern Colorado continued a tradition of helping others through a fundraiser in honor of their fallen soldier. In honor of Army Sgt. Christopher Birdwell who was killed in Afghanistan in 2012, the Birdwell family hosts the Christopher Birdwell Memorial Fundraiser each year in the Windsor area.
    Sgt. Christopher J. Birdwell (credit: Fort Carson)
    “Grief is tough on everyone,” said Dustin Birdwell, Chris’ brother
  • Feeling More Like Early October

    By Dave Aguilera
    DENVER (CBS4) –  In the wake of the weekend system that brought heavy rain from Longmont down into the Denver metro area on Saturday night. Cooler more stable air took over for Sunday. In fact, Denver’s high on Sunday was only 72 degrees.
    The cooler air will be holding on as we head into the work week. In fact, Monday might just be a perfect day with mostly sunny skies and upper 70s by afternoon.
    Another storm system will blow in on Tuesday with lots of moisture
  • ‘Beautiful & Bright’: School Shut Down By Water Main Break Reopens

    By Makenzie O’Keefe
    GREELEY, Colo. – On Monday, many students across the state are going back to school, including students at Meeker Elementary School in Greeley.
    (credit: CBS)
    Back in November, a water main break flooded the school and shut it down. The damage was so extensive it took crews months to make the repairs.
    (credit: CBS)
    “It was devastating. The damage was extensive,” explained Deirdre Pilch, the Superintendent of Greeley-Evans District 6. “Not only was
  • Results For Colorado Classic Released

    DENVER (CBS4) – The 2018 Colorado Classic ended with Stage 4 of the race starting and ending in the River North Art District. The women kicked off the races at 10 a.m. with a 9.1 mile circuit down to City Park which they completed four times.Kendall Ryan, part of the TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank team, took first place in Sunday’s race while Katharine Hall, part of the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling team, took first place overall.
    (credit: CBS)
    Hall’s teammate, Leah Thomas,
  • Police Investigate Reported Shooting On RTD Bus

    DENVER (CBS4) – Police are searching for the person who reportedly fired a weapon on an RTD bus sometime overnight.
    Denver police say it happened near Federal Boulevard and Alameda Avenue. They say they haven’t found a victim in the case.
    They also believe the people responsible in the shooting may have also been involved in a carjacking in the same area.
  • Baby Girl Born With Unique Birth Date & Birth Time

    LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – One Colorado newborn won’t have trouble remembering her exact birth date, no less birth time, for the rest of her life. Luciana Castillo was born at 1818 hours on the 18th of August in the year 2018 at UCHealth Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland.
    What’s more unique about Luciana’s birthdate (8/18/18) is it reads the same forward and it does backward, also known as a palindrome.
    Mom and Dad, Erika Crespin and Derrick Castillo of Greeley
  • Rockies Win 4-2, Complete Sweep Of Braves

    ATLANTA (AP) — German Marquez and DJ LeMahieu added to their impressive road success, leading Colorado to a 4-2 victory over the Braves on Sunday for the Rockies’ first four-game sweep in Atlanta.
    LeMahieu gave Colorado the lead with his third-inning homer to left field, his second in two days. He has hit nine of his 11 homers on the road, including the shot that gave Colorado the 10th-inning lead in Saturday night’s 5-3 win.
    Marquez (11-9) won his fourth straight road decision
  • Backstreet Boys Fans Treated For Injuries After Storm

    THACKERVILLE, Okla. (AP) — An Oklahoma casino says 14 people suffered cuts and bruises when a powerful rainstorm toppled entrance trusses and disrupted the start of an outdoor concert by the Backstreet Boys.
    Kym Koch-Thompson, spokeswoman for the WinStar World Casino and Resort, says the concertgoers were treated at the scene following Saturday’s storm, then taken to hospitals in Oklahoma and Texas. She says they were all treated for minor injuries and released. The casino in Thacker
  • New Lift & Shack Under Construction At A-Basin

    KEYSTONE, Colo. (CBS4) – Crews at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area are working on their new lift. Helicopters flew material and equipment up to the top of the mountain last week.
    (credit: Arapahoe Basin Ski Area)
    A shack at the top will house all of the controls for the lift and will give employees a place to stay warm.
    (credit: Arapahoe Basin Ski Area)
    A dusting a snow fell on the mountain Friday night into Saturday morning.
  • Fire Department Helps Hundreds Of Residents Amid Boil Order

    FOUNTAIN, Colo. (CBS4) – About 400 Midway residents, near Fountain, are being told they need to boil their water for safe consumption.
    Officials blame storms from Friday for damaging the water delivery system and causing a leak. The same storm system caused dangerous flooding in Hanover. Rescuers saved 11 stranded people, but no one was hurt.
    (credit: CBS)
    Workers are trying to find the leak and fix it, but it’s not clear when that will happen or when residents can stop boi
  • Man Eats 11 Peaches To Win Peach Eating Contest In Palisade

    PALISADE, Colo. (CBS4) – Summertime in Colorado means Palisade peaches. It also means it’s time for the Peach Festival in Palisade happening this weekend.
    (credit: CBS)
    One person claimed sweet victory in the peach eating contest on Saturday.
    (credit: CBS)
    The rule is eat as many locally grown peaches as you can in 90 seconds. It came to a tie between two men who ate six peaches each.
    (credit: CBS)
    After a tie breaker, the winner ate five more peaches in just 45 seconds.
    (credit
  • Music, Art & Cycling Bring People To One Event

    By Dillon Thomas
    DENVER (CBS4) – After a day of watching professional cycling, thousands made their way to the Velorama Music Festival, which was located alongside the race route in the River North Art District, also known as RiNo.
    (credit: CBS)
    Velorama brought several bands to a large stage including headliner Modest Mous.
    “I love being in RiNo. It is a fun day to come out,” said Will Mitchell, an event attendee.
    The three day festival brought music, food, drinks, art an

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