• Official: Man Had Explosive Device Strapped On Before NYC Blast

    NEW YORK (AP) — A pipe bomb that was strapped to a man went off in the New York City subway near the Times Square area of Manhattan on Monday, injuring the suspect and another person on the platform at the height of the morning rush hour, law enforcement officials said.
    A New York Police Department (NYPD) officer chats with citizens after blocking a road with “Do Not Cross” tapes after an explosion occured at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York, United States on Decembe
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  • Mystery Lights Above Metro Now Revealed: ‘Don’t Assume It Is A UFO’

    By Dillon Thomas
    DENVER (CBS4) – Social media speculation was sky high Saturday night after a line of flashing lights was seen above across the metro area.
    Surveillance image of line of lights above the Denver metro area. (credit: Eric Hurst)
    At first glance, many saw a convoy of flashing lights lined up in a straight formation.
    On Twitter, some speculated the line of lights were part of UFOs. Others were curious if they were drones.
    (credit: CBS)
    According to a military spokesperson,
  • Fort Carson Soldiers Return Home In Time For The Holidays

    FORT CARSON, Colo. (CBS4) – A group of Fort Carson soldiers is now home for the holidays.
    Fort Carson soldiers return home. (credit: CBS)
    More than 100 service members arrived home in southern Colorado Sunday morning.
    (credit: CBS)
    The troops have been deployed since February to different locations around Europe.
    (credit: CBS)
    At least one soldier already has plans set up now that’s she’s been reunited with her mother.
    “What’s the first thing you’re going
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  • Fire Found Smoldering In Rocky Mountain National Park

    NEAR ESTES PARK, Colo. (CBS4) – Firefighters in Rocky Mountain National Park battled a fire that started from an illegal campfire near Bierstadt Lake on Saturday.
    Officials say the fire had already spread to about a 15-by-50 foot area when crews arrived.
    Fire found smoldering near Bierstadt Lake. (credit: Rocky Mountain National Forest)
    A park visitor first reported smelling smoke in the area on Thursday.
    The fire was eventually put out, but officials are still looking for the person
  • Search For Armed & Dangerous Burglary Suspect

    GRAND COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The search is on for a second man accused of stealing guns during a burglary in Grand County.
    One suspect was found hiding in a crawl space, but the other suspect ran away into the woods on Friday.
    Deputies know who he is and say they are working to track him down.
    That suspect is considered armed and dangerous.
  • Pacers Beat Nuggets In OT; Oladipo Scores Career High

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Victor Oladipo is enjoying his return to Indiana.
    Oladipo, who starred in college at Indiana University, had a career-high 47 points and added seven rebounds and six assists to lead the Pacers to a 126-116 overtime win over the Denver Nuggets on Sunday.
    Victor Oladipo #4 of the Indiana Pacers dribbles the ball against Gary Harris #14 of the Denver Nuggets at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on December 10, 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images)
    The
  • Local Teacher Arrested On Sexual Exploitation Charges

    CASTLE ROCK, Colo. (CBS4) – A teacher in Castle Rock has been arrested for attempting to sexually exploit a child.
    Steve Jenkins taught at Castle View High School before teaching at Renaissance Secondary School, also in Castle Rock.
    Steve Jenkins (credit: Castle Rock Police)
    Jenkins has been fired from that job.
    Both schools sent letters to parents about his arrest.
    Authorities accuse Jenkins of “inappropriately using his cell phone,” but further details haven’t been
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  • Jets’ McCown Breaks Left Hand During Broncos Game

    DENVER (AP) — Josh McCown’s broken left hand was covered with a white bandage. His feelings couldn’t be so easily masked.
    The leader of the New York Jets fought back tears when reflecting on the best season of his 15-year career and how it just might be over following a 23-0 loss to the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
    Inside linebacker Brandon Marshall #54 of the Denver Broncos sacks quarterback Josh McCown #15 of the New York Jets and forces a fumble during the first quarter at Spor
  • Trump’s Approval Rating Drops To 32 Percent

    (CNN) — President Donald Trump’s approval rating sits at 32%, according to a new poll released by the Pew Research Center, matching the lowest level in any poll on his approval since he took office in January.
    The poll also found that disapproval of the President’s job performance is at 63%, and just 14% of those who disapprove of his presidential performance say they can think of something he’s done that they’ve been happy with.
    However, 37% of those who appro
  • ‘We’d Get A Better Deal’: Broncos Ticket Buyers Score Big Win

    By Melissa Garcia
    DENVER (CBS4) – More than 5,000 tickets to Sunday’s Denver Broncos versus New York Jets game went unused.
    (credit: CBS)
    Lower demand for Broncos home game tickets as the team’s streak of losses continued pushed prices down.
    (credit: CBS)
    Fans who bought their tickets cheap before Sunday’s 2:05pm kickoff at Mile High Stadium, got their money’s worth.
    (credit: CBS)
    The Broncos won 23-0.
    Around 70,000 fans went through the stadium turnstiles, official
  • McLaren’s ‘Most Extreme’ Road Car Costs $1 Million

    (CNN Money) — McLaren says its new supercar wasn’t built with “usability” in mind — and the company isn’t sorry about it.
    Announcing the McLaren Senna, the most aggressive @McLarenAuto road car yet. #McLarenSenna pic.twitter.com/iX4d0gZVzo
    — McLaren (@McLarenF1) December 10, 2017The British luxury carmaker revealed the newest addition to its Ultimate Series, a collection of what it calls the “rarest and most extreme McLaren cars.”
    It replace
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  • Broncos End 8-Game Losing Streak With 23-0 Win Over Jets

    DENVER (AP/CBS4) — The Broncos snapped their longest losing streak since joining the NFL in 1970 with a 23-0 shutout of the New York Jets on Sunday thanks to wide receiver Demaryius Thomas’ big game and a return of Denver’s stingy defense.
    Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (88) straight arms New York Jets inside linebacker Demario Davis (56) after a catch during the first quarter on December 10, 2017 in Denver, Colorado at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium
  • Athletes And Entertainers Tweet Support For Bullied Boy

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee woman’s video of her tearful son recounting being bullied at middle school has prompted a wave of support from athletes and entertainers.
    Kimberly Jones said in a Facebook post Friday she had just picked up her son, Keaton, from school because he was too afraid to go to lunch.“For the record, Keaton asked to do this AFTER he had he me pick him up AGAIN because he was afraid to go to lunch,” Jones wrote. “We all know how it feels t
  • Broncos Take A Win Over Jets After 8-Game Losing Streak

    DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Broncos finally broke an 8-game losing streak with their win against the New York Jets on Sunday at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
    The Broncos shut out the Jets after several strong offensive drives and plays by the defense.
    PHOTO GALLERY: Jets vs. Broncos
    Despite the win, the Broncos are now out of the running for a chance at the playoffs.
    Broncos officially eliminated from playoffs with Bills OT win.Final quarter of season now about pride and dr
  • Pilots Team Up For Annual VFW Charity Airlift

    By Andrea Flores
    CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4) – Third generation pilot Bill Jones may be missing eight reindeer, but with a plane full of food and toys you might as well call him “Santa in the Sky.”
    CBS4’s Andrea Flores interviews Bill Jones. (credit: CBS)
    He’s one of 29 pilots flying across the state from Centennial Airport to deliver gifts to Veterans of Foreign Wars in need this holiday season.
    (credit: CBS)
    Jones is a Metro State University Flight Precision Tea
  • Thomas Passes Sharpe For Broncos All-Time Receiving Yards

    DENVER (CBS4) – Wide receiver Demaryius Thomas has passed Shannon Sharpe on the Denver Broncos all-time receiving list.
    Going into Sunday’s game against the New York Jets, Thomas needed 58 receiving yards to pass Sharpe (8,439) for second place on the franchise’s all-time list.
    DENVER, CO – DECEMBER 10: Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (88) straight arms New York Jets inside linebacker Demario Davis (56) after a catch during the first quarter on December
  • Boys & Girls Club Of Metro Denver Gear Up For Annual Toy Drive

    DENVER (CBS4) – CBS4’s Together 4 Colorado toy drive collection day is less than a week away, and we still need your donations.
    CBS4 is teaming up with King Soopers, 97.3 KBCO, and KOA NewsRadio to collect new toys and cash donations for children and youth served by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver.
    King Soopers will begin collecting new, unwrapped toys at all Metro Area locations on Friday, November 24th and will continue to collect through December 24th.
    Ne
  • Home Invasion Victim Runs For Safety During Bizarre Crime Spree

    By Dillon Thomas
    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A man was rushed to a local hospital Saturday, after he consumed a large amount of stolen prescription drugs in Jefferson County.
    Law enforcement say he was the sole perpetrator in a crime spree in Lakewood and Jefferson County.
    (credit: CBS)
    A spokesperson for the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office says the suspect was to blame for a carjacking, kidnapping, two armed robberies and a home invasion.
    Law enforcement said the spree starte
  • California Fires Are ‘The New Normal,’ Governor Warns

    (CNN) — Gov. Jerry Brown has a sobering message for Southern Californians after a week of raging wildfires: This is your new normal.
    A half dozen fires have collectively scorched nearly 200,000 acres since last week and destroyed 792 structures, according to officials.
    A man waters his home as firefighters battle a wildfire as it burns along a hillside near homes in Santa Paula, California, on December 5, 2017.
    (credit: RINGO CHIU/AFP/Getty Images)
    As 4,000 firefighters battled the largest
  • Lindsey Vonn Injures Back, Pulls Out Of St. Moritz Race

    (CNN) — She’s targeting a historic season but Lindsey Vonn pulled out of a race in St. Moritz after injuring her back Saturday.
    The 33-year-old, who is trying to become the most successful ski racer of all time, hurt her back during her run in Saturday’s super-G in the glitzy Swiss resort.
    ST MORITZ, SWITZERLAND – DECEMBER 09: Lindsey Vonn of USA reacts during the Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Women’s Super G on December 9, 2017 in St Moritz, Switzerland. (Photo by
  • Two Hospitalized After Double Shooting In Denver

    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police are investigating a shooting that left at least two people hurt.
    Police officers were at North Monaco Parkway and East Colfax Avenue Sunday afternoon.
    Dispatch received a shots fired call at 12:26 p.m. and officers were on the scene two minutes later, according to Tyrone Campbell with the Denver Police Department.
    A person in a vehicle involved in the incident stayed on the phone with dispatchers while driving away. Officers with the Aurora Police De
  • Juvenile Hospitalized After Double Shooting In Denver

    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police are investigating a shooting that left at least two people hurt.
    Police officers were at North Monaco Parkway and East Colfax Avenue Sunday afternoon.
    Dispatch received a shots fired call at 12:26 p.m. and officers were on the scene two minutes later, according to Tyrone Campbell with the Denver Police Department.
    A person in a vehicle involved in the incident stayed on the phone with dispatchers while driving away. Officers with the Aurora Police De
  • Trump Says His Agenda ‘Cannot Afford’ For Moore To Lose

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is urging voters to elect embattled Republican candidate Roy Moore in next week’s Alabama Senate race in spite of sexual misconduct allegations.
    FAIRHOPE, AL – DECEMBER 05: Republican Senatorial candidate Roy Moore speaks during a campaign event at Oak Hollow Farm on December 5, 2017 in Fairhope, Alabama. Mr. Moore is facing off against Democrat Doug Jones in next week’s special election for the U.S. Senate. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Ge
  • Activists Rally In Denver for Net Neutrality

    DENVER (CBS4) – A rally downtown on Saturday was the latest attempt to raise awareness for “Net Neutrality” days before a vote by the Federal Communications Commission expected to reverse the policy, supporters say the move will affect how consumers see online content.
    “The internet being slowed down for certain sites, the internet blocking certain sites, it impacts what you want, it impacts your freedom of speech, and your freedom of information,” said Zach Amdursk
  • Family Of Teen Found Dead In Burned Home: ‘Our Hearts Are Broken’

    PARK COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The family of a teen girl found dead after a suspicious fire at her home near Bailey is asking the community to help bring her killer to justice.
    Maggie Long, 17, was last seen on Dec. 1 — the same day her family’s home caught fire.
    Maggie Long (credit: Facebook)
    The fire at the home at 3763 Park County Road 43 is being investigated as arson.
    (credit: CBS)
    Initially, the Park County Sheriff’s Department said no human remains were found in
  • Wyoming Pulls Away From Pacific For 86-72 Win

    LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — Alan Herndon scored 21 points, Hayden Dalton got his second double-double of the season and Wyoming pulled away in the second half for an 86-72 win over Pacific on Saturday.
    Trailing by two in the first half, Wyoming (7-3) got a 3-pointer from Herndon to spark a 9-1 run that made it 36-30 and put the Cowboys on top for good. Dalton, who finished with 18 points and 10 rebounds, pushed the advantage to 64-54 with a 3-pointer midway through the second half and the ma
  • Avalanche Score Twice In 41 Seconds, Beat Panthers 7-3

    SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — The Colorado Avalanche came from behind and never looked back.
    Nathan MacKinnon and Alexander Kerfoot scored 41 seconds apart in the second period and Colorado beat the Florida Panthers 7-3 on Saturday night to snap a four-game skid.
    Colin Wilson, Erik Johnson and Mikko Rantanen also had goals for the Avalanche. Matt Nieto and Carl Soderberg both scored into an empty net late in the third, and Semyon Varlamov stopped 39 shots.
    Colorado mustered only seven goals during
  • Line Of Lights Over Denver Prompts Calls, Curiosity

    DENVER (CBS4) – A line of flashing lights drew the attention of onlookers Saturday night in the metro area, many of whom contacted CBS4 for answers.
    We have them.
    The lights belong to a group of military aircraft traveling to an exercise in Nevada, according to CBS affiliate WLTX.
    Lights in the sky over Denver. Moving west with no sound. Creepy! pic.twitter.com/7N4eGTFuBz
    — Tony Gonzales (@Tony_Gonzales_) December 10, 2017The convoy of aircraft crossed Colorado’s Front Range at
  • 62 Days And Counting Without Measurable Snow In Denver

    By Chris SpearsDENVER (CBS4) – It’s crazy dry across most of the western United States and for many that means a lack of snow.
    The last and only measurable snowfall in Denver this season fell on October 9. That storm brought 2.8″ of snow to the official weather station at Denver International Airport.
    Since then there have been a handful of storms that brought flurries but nothing that added up.It’s one of the least snowy starts to the season in Denver’s recorded we
  • Latest Forecast: Continued Dry & Mild For Several More Days

    By Chris SpearsDENVER (CBS4) – We’re starting to sound like a broken record in the weather department but unfortunately there is not much to talk about with regard to the forecast.
    We continue to sit under the influence of a big ridge of high pressure parked over the western United States. It’s sending all approaching storm systems up the left side of the ridge into northwest Canada and then down the right side into the eastern side of the country.Until this pattern can break t
  • Ask Amy: Family affected by Las Vegas shooting not receiving support

    Dear Amy: My son-in-law was shot in the thigh during the Las Vegas concert in October. Fortunately, he is now OK.
    I belong to a religious congregation of around 35 families. One of the women in my congregation and I are also part of another (affiliated) group.
    At a meeting of the group, I mentioned the shooting to this woman. She said I should contact the president of the organization. I received much warmth and support from members of this group. The president sent a memo to the entir
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  • Son of famed Colorado concert promoter ready to etch his own name in Red Rocks history on New Year’s Eve

    Concert promoter Tyler Fey stepped out of his car into a crisp Monday morning at Red Rocks’ upper parking lot.  
    As the son of famed concert promoter Barry Fey, the venue is practically etched into the 26-year-old’s DNA.
    He saw his first concert (Sting) here when he was three days old; on his fourth birthday, Steve Miller brought him on stage during a show that Barry’s company, Feyline, promoted to let him strum his guitar.
    In four weeks, Tyler, the current owner of Feylin
  • On Philanthropy: Next-generation donors will revolutionize giving

    Bruce DeBoskey is the Sunday Business section’s On Philanthropy columnist.We are currently engaged in the largest wealth transfer in history. Over 50 years, between 2007 and 2061, an estimated $59 trillion will pass from older to younger generations. In addition, many wealthy millennials, like Mark Zuckerberg and his peers, are generating their own substantial wealth.
    It is expected that up to half of this wealth will be donated to charitable causes.
    A timely and thought-provoking new book
  • Boulder toy robot maker Sphero builds on “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” and lives to tell the tale of its BB-9e droid

    As BB-8 rolled out for its big-screen debut in 2015’s “Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens,” an audience of Sphero employees inside Century Theatre in Boulder immediately noticed the same thing: The new droid sounded different from the toy robot the Boulder company had designed, developed and started selling in stores a few months earlier.
    “We were so familiar with the robot at that time. We noticed onscreen that these were different sounds. They we
  • Impact on Education helps Boulder Valley students build websites, bikes, futures

    Classes may be over for the day at Columbine Elementary School in Boulder, but the learning has hardly stopped.
    SEASON TO SHAREMake a donation to Season To Share, and your contribution is matched at 50 percent by our partners at DaVita.
    Season to Share funds will be granted to more than 45 metro Denver nonprofit organizations that provide life-changing programs for low-income children, families and individuals in our community.
    Students are engrossed in eight-week courses held at the school and
  • U.S. wants world to isolate North Korea, so what’s that mean?

    WASHINGTON — When President Donald Trump’s U.N. ambassador recently urged the world to sever diplomatic ties with North Korea, she was sketchy on the details: Should all embassies close? How about those providing the U.S. intelligence from the largely inscrutable country? And what of Sweden, which helps with imprisoned Americans?
    Nikki Haley’s recent call to action underscores the challenge for the United States as it tries to advance a nonmilitary strategy for resolving the nu
  • Arab ministers demand reversal of Trump Jerusalem decision

    CAIRO — Arab foreign ministers on Sunday demanded that the United States rescind President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, calling it a “grave” development that puts Washington on the same side as “occupation” and the violation of international law.
    In a resolution long on rhetoric but short on concrete actions, the ministers also called for the U.N. Security Council to adopt a resolution condemning Trump’s decis
  • Israeli strikes kill 2 Hamas men after Gaza rocket attack

    By Fares Akram and Aron Heller, The Associated Press
    GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Israeli airstrikes killed two Hamas members early Saturday following a rocket attack on Israel, in the latest fallout from President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital — a development that has roiled the region and the larger Muslim world.
    The Israeli military said it targeted four Hamas facilities in response to rockets fired the previous night, including one that
  • Irish border lives and livelihoods hinge on Brexit outcome

    FLORENCECOURT, Northern Ireland — Farmer John Sheridan drives his mud-caked Land Rover up and down country lanes and roads, back and forth across the snaking border separating Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. There’s little sign he is crossing an international frontier.
    But Sheridan remembers when this was a place of customs posts and troops. Since Britain voted to leave the European Union, he has feared Brexit could threaten the borderless life that he and his neighbors
  • 3 hurt after Ohio fire caused by attempt to kill bed bugs

    CINCINNATI — Authorities say that three people have been injured and 10 people left homeless after a woman accidentally started a fire while trying to kill bed bugs with rubbing alcohol at a multi-family home in Cincinnati.
    WXIX-TV reports it’s the second time in two weeks that a fire sparked by attempts to kill bed bugs has caused extensive damage in Cincinnati.
    Officials say the fire late Friday heavily damaged a five-unit building and sent three people to a hospital to be treated
  • No. 13 Xavier Beats Colorado 96-69

    CINCINNATI (AP) — Given rematches against three teams that beat them last season, Xavier ran the table.
    Trevon Bluiett scored 25 points, J.P. Macura emerged from his slump by making his first six shots, and No. 13 Xavier completed a streak of non-conference payback wins by drubbing Colorado 96-69 on Saturday.
    The Musketeers (9-1) already had victories over Baylor and crosstown rival Cincinnati , which beat them last season, and they set a goal of completing th

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