• Boy, 3, shot an 8-month-old girl in New Mexico motel room, police say

    GALLUP, N.M. — A couple is facing charges after authorities say a 3-year-old shot an 8-month-old girl in the face while the couple was in a motel shower.
    Police say Shayanne Nelson and Tyrell Bitsilly were at a motel Saturday in Gallup, New Mexico, when Nelson’s child found a gun and accidentally fired it, hitting the baby.
    According to a criminal complaint, the 18-year-old Nelson says she didn’t know a gun was in the room and it may have been left by a prior occupant.
    A witnes
  • 5 missing Marines declared dead in warplanes crash off Japan

    TOKYO — The U.S. military has declared five missing crew members dead after their refueling plane collided with a fighter jet last week off Japan’s southern coast, and halted search and recovery operations.
    The five crew members were on a KC-130 refueling aircraft that collided last Thursday with an F/A-18 Hornet during regularly scheduled training.
    Two crew members in the F/A-18 were recovered after the accident, but one died. The U.S. Marines said the survivor was in stable conditi
  • Seahawks on brink of playoffs after 21-7 win over Vikings

    SEATTLE — Bobby Wagner leaped over the line of scrimmage, swatted Dan Bailey’s field goal attempt and sparked the Seattle Seahawks to two late touchdowns.
    Whether or not what Wagner did was entirely legal, he frankly didn’t care.
    “I’m not stressing about that. I made the play. They called what they called,” Wagner said. “There’s times in games where things happen all the time. I’m not stressing on it. It was a big block and we’ll defini
  • Trial postponed for Colorado man accused of killing son

    Dylan and Mark Redwine
    DURANGO — The trial of a Colorado man accused of killing his 13-year-old son has been pushed back, but a new date has not yet been set.
    The Durango Herald reports a four-week trial for Mark Redwine was scheduled to begin in late February, but it will likely be moved to the summer as a judge is expected to rule on dozens of pretrial motions in the coming months.
    Redwine appeared in court last week as attorneys argued motions to determine what evidence will be allowed
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  • Finding a White House chief of staff turns into a scramble

    WASHINGTON — Wanted: Top aide to most powerful leader in world. Chief qualification: Willing to take the job. Must also be prepared to tolerate regular undermining by boss and risk of steep legal bills. Post-employment prospects: Uncertain.
    President Donald Trump is scrambling to find a new chief of staff after his first choice to replace John Kelly bailed at the last minute and several other potential successors signaled they weren’t interested in the job.
    Back to square one, Trump
  • Fixing road woes for CU Buffs men’s basketball begins at New Mexico

    Before the Colorado men’s basketball team visited San Diego three weeks ago, sparkplug point guard McKinley Wright said the Buffaloes were going to approach the challenging road test as if it was an NCAA Tournament game.
    If it had been, the Buffs’ season would have come to a disappointing end, as CU struggled offensively against a dogged San Diego defense.
    Of course, it wasn’t actually an NCAA tourney game, merely the first road game of the season. And while the Buffs picked up
  • Mel Tucker’s football staff starting to take shape with CU Buffs

    Colorado head football coach Mel Tucker is quickly putting together his coaching staff, and it will include several familiar faces.
    Buffzone.com learned through a source Monday that current CU assistant coaches Darian Hagan, Ross Els and Kwahn Drake will be retained by Tucker, who was hired as the Buffaloes’ new head coach on Wednesday. Darrin Chiaverini announced Sunday night he will be retained, as well.
    Meanwhile, Buffzone has confirmed a FootballScoop.com report that the Buffs are in t
  • School Principal Given Freedom In Her Home After Tragic Accident

    By Kelly Werthmann
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – What may seem like a small room to some is a big deal for Allyson Mallory.
    “It’s a game changer,” she said of her newly remodeled garage.
    Allison Mallory (credit: CBS)
    Allyson loves to entertain family and friends at her Englewood home, but that passion became difficult after a snowboarding accident in Keystone left her paralyzed two years ago.
    “I didn’t make a decision quick enough to bail,” Allyson explained
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  • Two Denver men charged with possession of unregistered firearms, machine guns

    U.S. Attorney's Office, District of ColoradoA stockpile authorities say were sold to undercover agents earlier this year, 2018.
    A federal grand jury in Denver returned indictments against two men for allegedly selling firearms without serial numbers to undercover agents.
    Eduardo Trujillo and Andres Jaquin Luna III were charged Dec. 4 with possession of unregistered firearms and possession of machine guns, according to a U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Colorado news relea
  • Injury-depleted Nuggets take down grit-and-grind Grizzlies

    If the Nuggets are to withstand their brutal rash of injuries, it’ll be because players thrived outside of their natural roles.
    Down three starters and navigating a shin injury to point guard Jamal Murray, the Nuggets (18-9) snapped a two-game losing streak and took down the Grizzlies, 105-99, on Monday night at the Pepsi Center with their own version of grit-and-grind.
    Mason Plumlee had a huge block and forced a steal late in the fourth, Monte Morris and Juancho Hernangomez nailed back-to
  • Man Credits Boys & Girls Club For Success, Spreads Christmas Cheer

    By Dominic Garcia
    COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (CBS4) – At the Suncor Boys & Girls Club in Commerce City, Christmas came early for some very special kids. Several of them were surprised with free laptops, courtesy of D.A. Davidson Companies.
    “I don’t feel like I deserve this. I’ve never received a gift like this,” one girl told CBS4.
    (credit: CBS)
    “Greatly appreciated, especially for me because I’m going off to college too, working on an associates (deg
  • Rockies can afford Nolan Arenado, GM Jeff Bridich says at winter meetings

    LAS VEGAS — Topic No. 1 for Rockies fans this winter is not about who’s on first in 2019. Nor is it about whether the club will add a power bat to wake up its sleepy offense. Those issues, important as they are, are secondary.
    The fate of all-star third baseman Nolan Arenado, who’s entering the final year of his contract, trumps everything, at least in the eyes of many fans. Will he sign a long-term deal? Will he be traded?
    Yet here at the winter meetings, Arenado’s futur
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  • Vance Joseph Wants QB Case Keenum To Take More Chances

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Case Keenum hasn’t thrown an interception since October, which isn’t winning him any brownie points at Broncos headquarters this week.
    Coach Vance Joseph on Monday criticized his quarterback for being too cautious in Denver’s damaging 20-14 loss at San Francisco .
    Case Keenum of the Denver Broncos is pressured by Cassius Marsh of the San Francisco 49ers during their NFL game at Levi’s Stadium on December 9, 2018. (Photo by Robert Re
  • Driver Unhurt After Crash In Gilpin County

    GILPIN COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A driver was going too fast for the icy conditions over the weekend.
    The vehicle ended up in a creek in Gilpin County, near the Moffat Tunnel.
    (credit: Twitter/@CSP_Gaming)
    No one was hurt. State Patrol is reminding drivers to go slower.
  • Fans Donate 10,000 Bears Through ‘Teddy Bear Toss’

    LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – Hockey fans come together for kids in need of a teddy bear for the holiday.
    Fans threw new or gently-used stuffed animals on the ice after the Colorado Eagles’ first goal.
    Hockey players celebrate a goal while teddy bears rain down during the team’s Teddy Bear Toss for charity. (credit: Colorado Eagles)
    The “Teddy Bear Toss” game collected more than 10,000 stuffed animals that are now on their way to local charities for children.
  • Woman ‘Wouldn’t Have Made It’ If Car Crashed Horizontally Into Home

    By Rick Sallinger
    EDGEWATER, Colo. (CBS4) – At first it seemed like a bad dream — car crashing into a house, but waking up would not make it go away. There really was a car in the bedroom of Tammy Sanchez at 26th Avenue and Newland Street in Edgewater.
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    “I was asleep and I don’t know if heard a noise first or felt something hit my head. I thought I was dreaming,” she told CBS4 on Sunday.
    She realized it was real, a speeding car with a sus
  • Economy Expected To Keep Growing Throughout 2019 In Colorado

    DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado’s economy is expected to keep growing through 2019. The Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado predicts 53,000 new jobs will be added.
    It expects the Western Slope and Colorado Springs will see the most of them.
    Industries seeing the most growth are mining, professional services and construction.
  • Colorado Rockies Give Illinois Flat Stanley An Incredible Viral Adventure

    By Kathy Walsh
    DENVER (CBS4) – The Colorado Rockies are vying to become the favorite Major League Baseball team of a 3rd grade class in Illinois. That’s because the Rockies took a request from the students and went above and beyond fulfilling it.
    Their effort has gone viral. On Twitter, the Rockies said they were “… taking care of the kiddos” and the team hit it out of the park.
    A random 3rd grade class from Illinois sent us a Flat Stanley.
    For no reason other than
  • New Report: 1 In 4 Coloradans Needs Public Assistance To Meet Basic Needs

    By Shaun Boyd
    DENVER (CBS4)- A new report confirms what most of us already know — it costs a lot of money to live in Colorado. The Colorado Center on Law and Policy commissioned the report that examines the amount of income needed to meet basic needs: food, health care, housing and transportation.
    (credit: Colorado Center on Law and Policy)
    The so-called “self-sufficiency standard” varies widely by family size and county. A family of four in Arapahoe County needs more
  • Latest Colorado Weather Forecast: Warmer Temperatures This Week

    By Lauren Whitney
    DENVER (CBS4) –
    After a weekend with below average temperatures, we’ll spend almost all of this weekend with above average temperatures. Monday we climbed to the upper 50s, even with a blanket of lenticular clouds over the city of Denver.
    A quick cold front moves in on Tuesday, this could bring light snow to the high country but we’ll stay dry across the Front Range. Our temperatures will cool off a smidge, but this isn’t a major front coming through.
    Mo
  • Teenager Arrested After Bomb Scare At Middle School

    THORNTON, Colo. (CBS4) – Thornton police arrested a 13 year old after an bomb scare at Shadow Ridge Middle School on Monday afternoon. The scare forced the school to be evacuated.
    Investigators say they found containers with clear liquid that they determined to be ethanol alcohol.
    School was cancelled for the rest of the day, but will resume on Tuesday.
  • Expert Sought For Colorado Mental Hospital Oversight

    DENVER (CBS4) — A judge is being asked to appoint a specialist to help ensure that the state hospital at Pueblo promptly determines whether a backlog of criminal defendants are mentally competent to stand trial. The request is the latest development in a lawsuit against the hospital because it and its parent agency are not promptly determining whether hundreds of pre-trial detainees lingering in county jails are competent to have their day in court.
    (file photo credit: JEFF HAYNES/AFP
  • Outlet Malls Host Special Santa Meeting For Children With Special Needs

    CASTLE ROCK, Colo. (CBS4) – Businesses are coming together so that all Colorado kids have a chance to give Santa their wish list.
    The outlet malls in Thornton and Castle Rock hosted “Santa Cares” on Sunday.
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    It gives children with special needs a quiet space as they wait to see Old St. Nick
    Parents say it’s more of a calming experience for their kids, especially during the hustle and bustle of the holiday season.
  • Denver Art Museum Officials Confident Damaged Pieces Can Be Salvaged

    By Rick Sallinger
    DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Art Museum says 10 works of art were damaged before museum personnel tackled a man on Sunday afternoon and held him until police arrived. The damage occured in the Hamilton wing.
    Jake Siebenlist (credit: CBS)
    Police named Jake Siebenlist, 18, as the suspect. If he had a motive for what he is accused of doing, he gave no indication in court. His hand was cut, bandaged and swollen.
    (credit: CBS)
    Numerous pieces of art in the “Stampede:
  • Denver Lawmakers Considering Banning Plastic Bags

    DENVER (CBS4) – A plastic bag ban could be in the works again for Denverites. Denver City Council President Jolon Clark says the discussion also includes straws and plastic utensils.
    (credit: CBS)
    The topic was brought up during a Policy Committee meeting last week. The bill could move forward if a state law stopping local governments from prohibiting the “use and sale” of plastic products was repealed.
    City lawmakers will have to consider many factors before a decision is
  • Tall Yellowstone Geyser Sets Record With Recent Activity

    YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — The world’s tallest active geyser has set a record. Last weekend, Steamboat Geyser in Yellowstone National Park erupted for the 30th time this year. That’s the most eruptions since 1964, when the geyser erupted 29 times.
    (credit: iStock/Getty Images Plus)
    Steamboat can blast hot water and steam as high as 400 feet. That’s more than three times the average height of Yellowstone’s most famous geyser, Old Faithful.
    Park officials
  • Baby Can’t Wait! New Parents Deliver Child On The Side Of I-25

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – A Colorado Springs couple went through quite the ordeal when delivering their new baby. The baby girl came into the world as the parents were rushing to the hospital.
    (credit: CBS)
    Molly and Edward Mikos were driving down Interstate 25 near the Air Force Academy Friday night when Molly knew they weren’t going to make it to the hospital in time. Temperatures were in the teens that night.
    The couple pulled over and called 911. The dispatcher coache
  • First All-Female Crew Celebrated By Western Slope Air Ambulance Service

    MONTROSE, Colo. (CBS4) — For the first time in its 38-year history, CareFlight suited up an all-female helicopter flight crew on Monday.
    The Montrose-based operation’s newest pilot, Esther Babcock, came on board December 1.
    Monday, rotating schedules meshed and she joined Flight Nurse Elisabeth Abel and Paramedic Becky Sproul in their copter’s cabin.
    It’s not known if they are officially the first-ever in the state or how many other all-women teams exist in the nation. Bu
  • Steamboat Springs Named ‘Most Generous City’ On GoFundMe Report

    By Matt Kroschel
    STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Ask anyone who lives in the Yampa River Valley about the generosity people have for one another and they will tell you it’s something extra special. GoFundMe recently announced Steamboat Springs is the most generous on the fundraising website in the nation per capita.The Steamboat Springs Chamber of Commerce’s CEO, Kara Stoller, wasn’t surprised at all to learn this small town’s new accolade.
    “Time and ti
  • Here Are LoDo’s 3 Newest Restaurants To Open

    (HOODLINE) – Looking to check out the newest restaurants to open in LoDo? Read on for a list of the newest hotspots to arrive in Denver’s Lower Downtown neighborhood.
    Jovanina’s Broken Italian1520 Blake St.First is Jovanina’s Broken Italian, an Italian spot with classic dishes, seafood, steak and wood-fired pizzas.
    Jovanina’s Broken Italian (credit: Brittany A./Yelp)
    On the dinner menu, expect to find options like the Gargati Elk pasta with bolognese rosemary sage m
  • Steamboat Ski Resort Welcoming New, Faster Gondolas Next Fall

    By Matt Kroschel
    STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Skiers and snowboarders will notice some new improvements already taking shape at one of Colorado’s favorite resorts. Soon the Steamboat Ski Resort will begin a $15 million replacement project of its existing gondola.
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    It will be replaced with a new eight-person gondola for the 2019/20 winter season.
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    “The new gondola demonstrates Alterra Mountain Company’s continued commitment to Steam
  • ‘We Won’t Quit Looking’: Questions Surround Colorado Mother’s Disappearance

    WOODLAND PARK, Colo. (CBS4) – The Woodland Park Police Department and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation updated the public on Monday about a mother who disappeared on Thanksgiving Day. Kelsey Berreth has not been heard from in more than two weeks.
    Kelsey Berreth (credit: CBS)
    Kelsey’s mother also spoke at Monday’s press conference. Kelsey, 29, was reported missing on Dec. 2. The police department says they are treating this as a missing persons case.
    Kelsey works as a flight
  • United Airlines Takes Children On Special Holiday Flight

    By Shawn Chitnis
    DENVER (CBS4) – Dozens of children and their family members were treated to a special flight to “The North Pole” Saturday on a United Airlines flight at Denver International Airport as an annual tradition to get the community in the holiday spirit and provide those in need with presents for Christmas.
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    “What did we come to do today Amari? We came to see Santa,” Joella Baumann said to her son.
    Nearly 100 children arrived at DIA waiting i
  • ‘Hard To Understand’: Denver Art Museum Artwork Damaged, Suspect Arrested

    DENVER (CBS4) – A man who damaged 10 pieces of art in the Denver Art Museum is an 18-year-old, according to authorities. It happened Sunday afternoon in the Hamilton wing and Jake Siebenlist is under arrest on criminal mischief charges.
    (credit: CBS)
    “It’s hard for us to understand why this happened,” museum director Christoph Heinrich said.
    Denver police said Siebenlist was arrested after apparently paying admission at approximately 1:45 p.m. then going into the Frederic
  • Tons Of Used Tires Dumped In National Forest

    SALIDA, Colo. (CBS4) – National Forest rangers are asking for the public’s help to identify the person or persons who may have dumped 2,000 pounds of used tires along a mountain road. A ranger on patrol came across the pile on Dec. 3.
    It’s thought the incident was a day or two old by the time it was discovered.
    “By far, this is the largest tire dump,” District Ranger Jim Pitts of the Salida Ranger District told CBS4. “Usually, it’s one or two tires and i
  • Ton Of Used Tires Dumped In National Forest

    SALIDA, Colo. (CBS4) — National Forest rangers are asking for the public’s help to identify the person or persons who may have dumped 2,000 pounds of used tires along a mountain road.
    A ranger on patrol came across the pile on December 3. It’s thought the incident was a day or two old by the time it was discovered.
    “By far, this is the largest tire dump,” District Ranger Jim Pitts of the Salida Ranger District told CBS4. “Usually, it’s one or two tires a
  • Thousands Of Tons Of Used Tires Dumped In National Forest

    SALIDA, Colo. (CBS4) – National Forest rangers are asking for the public’s help to identify the person or persons who may have dumped 2,000 pounds of used tires along a mountain road. A ranger on patrol came across the pile on Dec. 3.
    It’s thought the incident was a day or two old by the time it was discovered.
    “By far, this is the largest tire dump,” District Ranger Jim Pitts of the Salida Ranger District told CBS4. “Usually, it’s one or two tires and i
  • Vance Joseph Chides Von Miller For ‘Undisciplined’ Play

    By Zack Kelberman
    (247 SPORTS) – Good as he is, Von Miller isn’t above reproach.
    Denver Broncos coach Vance Joseph demonstrated that reality Sunday, taking issue with the outside linebacker for his excessive offsides penalties in Denver’s 20-14 loss to the hapless San Francisco 49ers.
    “Absolutely, stop guessing,” Joseph said. “It’s simple as that. You can’t do that. That kept the drive alive and they got a touchdown at the half. That drive, we had
  • Hickenlooper Getting Closer To A Decision On Presidential Run

    DENVER (CBS4) – Gov. John Hickenlooper says he’s moving closer to deciding on a run for president. He appeared on CNN Monday morning and said he’s past 50-50 on making the run.
    (credit: CBS)
    The Democratic governor of Colorado who will be leaving office next month due to term limits says he offers something different as a candidate.
    “I have an opportunity to take what we’ve done in Colorado — we went from 40th in job creation to No. 1 in economy in the country
  • Radio Station Yields To Listeners Demands; Returns ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ To Playlist

    SAN FRANCISCO, Calif (CBS SF/CBS Local) — After polling thousands of Bay Area radio listeners, San Francisco’s KOIT radio station announced Monday it was returning the controversial ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ holiday song to its daily playlist.
    Following a national outcry against the song, KOIT Program Director Brian Figula opted last week to place the song on hold while seeking further listener feedback.
    “After hearing from thousands of Bay Area listeners via p
  • Lakewood Police Investigate 3 Smash-And-Grabs

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – Lakewood police are investigating three smash-and-grab crimes that happened between 2:30 a.m. and 3:15 a.m. Monday morning. They were all on Wadsworth Boulevard, with one at Colfax Avenue, one near Jewell Avenue and the other near Mississippi Avenue.Police say it appears the same suspects hit all three businesses — a gas station, a smoke shop and a pawn shop. They were wearing gloves and hooded sweatshirtsconcealing their facess.
    They were in a dark blue truc
  • Supreme Court Won’t Hear Appeal Over Effort To Strip Medicaid Money From Planned Parenthood

    (AP) – The Supreme Court on Monday avoided a high-profile case by rejecting appeals from Kansas and Louisiana in their effort to strip Medicaid money from Planned Parenthood, over the dissenting votes of three justices.(credit: CBS)
    The court’s order reflected a split among its conservative justices and an accusation from Justice Clarence Thomas that his colleagues seemed to be ducking the case for political reasons.
    Read the full story on CBSNews.com.
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  • Man Hit And Killed By Truck On I-25; Police Hope To Talk To Driver

    LARKSPUR, Colo. (AP/CBS4) – A 19-year-old man is dead after being hit by a truck on Interstate 25 in Douglas County. He was hit at about 4:15 a.m. Monday near Larkspur, about 39 miles south of Denver, after reportedly running out onto the highway.
    (credit: CBS)
    Colorado State Patrol says the man was hit by a second vehicle, but that driver did not stay at the scene. They say charges are not expected for that driver, but they would also like to talk to that driver.
    Southbound lanes of I-25
  • Man Hit And Killed By Truck On I-25

    LARKSPUR, Colo. (AP) – A 19-year-old man is dead after being hit by a truck on Interstate 25 in Douglas County. He was hit at about 4:15 a.m. Monday near Larkspur, about 39 miles south of Denver, after reportedly running out onto the highway.
    (credit: CBS)
    Southbound lanes of I-25 were closed for about four hours, causing long delays for drivers.
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  • 18-Year-Old Allegedly Damages Artwork Inside Denver Art Museum

    By Rick SallingerDENVER (CBS4) – A man who allegedly vandalized pieces of art in a featured exhibit in the Denver Art Museum is an 18-year-old, according to authorities. It happened at approximately 1:45 p.m. Sunday in the Hamilton wing and Jake Siebenlist is under arrest on criminal mischief charges.
    (credit: CBS)
    Denver police said Siebenlist was arrested after apparently paying admission then going up to the fourth floor of the Frederic C. Hamilton Building where the “Stampede: An
  • NFL Team Grades Week 14: Dolphins Surprise Patriots

    By Steve Silverman
    The Miami jinx hit the Patriots once again — and it was one terrific blow. New England was up by five points with time for one more play, and the Dolphins had the ball at their own 31. That was too far away to attempt a Hail Mary, but the Dolphins needed a miracle. Ryan Tannehill hit Kenny Stills with a 14-yard pass, and he lateraled to DeVante Parker. The receiver found Kenyan Drake with another lateral, who ran the last 52 yards for a touchdown through a befuddled New
  • NFL Team Grades Week 14: C- For The Broncos

    By Steve Silverman
    The Miami jinx hit the Patriots once again — and it was one terrific blow. New England was up by five points with time for one more play, and the Dolphins had the ball at their own 31. That was too far away to attempt a Hail Mary, but the Dolphins needed a miracle. Ryan Tannehill hit Kenny Stills with a 14-yard pass, and he lateraled to DeVante Parker. The receiver found Kenyan Drake with another lateral, who ran the last 52 yards for a touchdown through a befuddled New
  • Woman Facing Deportation Wants To Stop Immigrants From Stealing People’s Identities

    By Melissa Garcia
    BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – An undocumented immigrant facing deportation has launched a campaign urging others not to use false identities. Ingrid Encalada, who came to the United States in 2000 seeking the American dream, spoke out on Sunday during a service at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder. She has been living at the church for 365 days.
    (credit: CBS)
    The service also marked the one-year anniversary of Encalada’s stay within the walls of the church. Her
  • 1 In Custody After Vandal Damages Artwork Inside Denver Art Museum

    By Rick SallingerDENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Art Museum is assessing damage after a man vandalized pieces of art in a featured exhibit in the Hamilton wing. It happened at approximately 1:45 p.m. Sunday.
    (credit: CBS)
    A man was arrested after apparently paying admission then going up to the fourth floor of the Frederic C. Hamilton Building where the “Stampede: Animals in Art” exhibit is located. It’s a 20,000 square foot display on two floors with some 320 objects.
    The mus
  • Debacle vs. 49ers Proves Vance Joseph’s Broncos Regime Hasn’t Learned From Past

    By Chad Jensen
    (247 SPORTS) – The Denver Broncos had a viable path to the playoffs. Entering the final quarter of the season at 6-6, two of Denver’s four remaining opponents sat at 2-10. The Broncos would have to run the table to make it to January football, but the remaining schedule would be extremely favorable in that pursuit.
    Case Keenum of the Denver Broncos is pressured by Cassius Marsh of the San Francisco 49ers during their NFL game at Levi’s Stadium on December 9, 2018

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