• Person Falls 30 Feet After Broncos Game

    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver firefighters responded to Sports Authority Field at Mile High to reports of a person who fell five stories.
    A Denver Fire spokesperson confirmed the incident.
    The call came into the department shortly after the game between the Denver Broncos and the Houston Texans ended.
    The reports stated that the person fell approximately 30 feet.
    Their condition is currently unknown.
  • Family Terrified, Fed Up After Bullets Pearce Their Home

    By Stan Bush
    DENVER (CBS4) – Patrick Murphy woke up Sunday to bullet holes in the front of his Curtis Park walk-up. Two shots in his front window and door frame hit in his family room.
    “The difficult thing for me is this room is a playroom for my child,” said Murphy, the father of a 7 month-old.
    The shots came from an unknown altercation down the street. Murphy speculates it was a drug deal gone bad. His neighbor David Tagieff heard the shots and called police, but the response
  • Man recovering from minor injuries

    A man is recovering from minor injuries after he was attacked by a black bear in South Park.        
  • Broncos Give Osweiler Rude Welcome In 27-9 Win Over Houston

    DENVER (AP) – The Denver Broncos ruined Brock Osweiler’s homecoming Monday night, incessantly hurrying, hitting and harassing their former teammate in a 27-9 win over his Houston Texans.
    Coach Gary Kubiak returned to the sideline following his second health scare in three years, and he had to like what he saw as the Broncos (5-2) snapped a two-game skid in sending the overwhelmed Texans home at 4-3.
    C.J. Anderson and Devontae Booker energized Denver’s sputtering ground game, bo
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  • Dashcam shows aftermath

    MADISON COUNTY, Texas - Exclusive video obtained by KAGS News shows the immediate aftermath of a Madisonville school bush crash on Oct. 21. The crash sent 18 people to the hospital.       
  • Broncos batter Osweiler, Texans, 27-9

    Brock Osweiler was welcomed back to Denver by a resounding roar from the Broncos' faithful.       
  • Kubiak Is 6th-Winningest Coach In Broncos History

    DENVER (CBS4) – Gary Kubiak is the Broncos sixth winningest coach in team history with Monday’s victory over the Houston Texans.
    The 27-9 win is Kubiak’s 20th with the Broncos, which ties him with former coach Lou Saban (1967-71).
    During his time with the team, Saban had a record of 20-42, with no playoff appearances, while Kubiak is now 20-5 over two seasons, including a Super Bowl championship.
    RELATED: Kubiak Becomes 7th-Winningest Coach In Broncos History
  • Miller’s Sack Streak Ends At 7

    DENVER (CBS4) – Broncos linebacker Von Miller’s sack streak ended Monday night.
    Miller’s streak was at 7 games, but he missed out on an opportunity to extend it with a hit on his former teammate, Houston Texans quarterback Brock Osweiler.
    It’s a career-long streak for Miller, though, who previously had two streaks of 6 games with a sack, and the third-longest in franchise history.
    RELATED: Von Miller Jokes: ‘What If I Could Play QB?’
    Miller tied Broncos g
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  • Ski Resorts Struggling To Make Snow With Warm Temperatures

    KEYSTONE, Colo. (CBS4) – Colorado’s unseasonably warm weather is causing problems for ski resorts.
    Arapahoe Basin opened a single run on Friday, but others may be forced to push back their scheduled openings because there’s just not enough snow.
    Sixty-degree highs don’t help snowmakers at all, but at Keystone Resort and Loveland Ski Area officials are staying optimistic and say they only need a few good nights of snowmaking to open.
    Arapahoe Basin on Monday (credit: CBS)
  • Find your polling place, ballot drop-off

    Nowadays, voters don’t have to wait until Election Day to cast their vote.       
  • Suspect In Fatal Shooting Has Long History With Police

    DENVER (CBS4) – Police have made an arrest in a deadly shooting at a home in Denver’s Green Valley Ranch neighborhood that occurred early Sunday morning.
    Michael E. Lewis, 46, lives at the home where it happened and is now behind bars at the Downtown Detention Center. He has a long history with police.
    Michael E. Lewis (credit: Denver Police Department)
    A probable cause statement says when Lewis was asked where the gun was during the 911 call he didn’t answer. Lewis told police
  • Broncos Anderson Passes 2,000 Career Rushing Yards

    DENVER (CBS4) – Broncos running back C.J. Anderson needed just 63 rushing yards to reach 2,000 for his career.
    Anderson got that in the third quarter of the game against the Houston Texans.
    RELATED: Anderson Moves Up On Broncos All-Time Rushing List
    He also has a touchdown for the Broncos, which put them up 7-6 in the second quarter.
    Anderson is currently ranked 12th on the team’s all-time rushing list.
    Broncos, who hadn't had more than 90 rush yds in last 4 gms, have
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  • Sen. Michael Bennet Touts His Bipartisan Reputation

    By Shaun Boyd
    DENVER (CBS4) – In today’s a hyper-partisan world, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colorado, has managed to rankle both sides of the aisle.
    Bennet is ranked as one of the most bipartisan members of the U.S. Senate and touts those bona fides proudly. As he campaigns for his second term, his slogan seems to be Bipartisan Bennet, even when it comes to one of the most partisan issues of all — Obamacare.
    “I think the most important thing from my point of view is doin
  • 3 Broncos Players Inducted Into Ring Of Fame

    DENVER (CBS4) – The Broncos inducted three players into their Ring of Fame Monday night.
    During halftime in the game against the Houston Texans, former kicker Jason Elam, linebacker Simon Fletcher, and safety John Lynch were honored.
    Denver Broncos safety John Lynch, linebacker Simon Fletcher and kicker Jason Elam (credit: CBS)
    The team unveiled their bronze pillars in the Ring of Fame plaza at Mile High Stadium on Sunday evening.
    “I never came into this thing thinking this was even
  • Other States Legalizing Recreational Pot Could Benefit Colorado

    By Rick Sallinger
    DENVER (CBS4) – Only four states have legalized recreational marijuana, but that could change after this election and it might benefit Colorado.
    California is the largest to vote on the issue. Many law enforcement authorities are hoping if those measures pass illegal growers will want to move out of Colorado to find more favorable conditions.
    (credit: CBS)
    The raids on illegal grows have become common in Colorado, often involving operations run by various ethnic groups.
  • Broncos Thomas With NFL-Best Touchdown Mark

    DENVER (CBS4) – Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas is the best in the NFL over the last 5 years when it comes to touchdowns.
    In that time, Thomas has 50 receiving touchdowns, which is 3 more than the next closest NFL player, according to Patrick Smyth, the vice president of public relations for the team.
    Broncos WR @DemaryiusT w/his NFL-best 50th receiving TD in last 5 yrs. That's 3 more than next closest NFL player (Brandon Marshall, NYJ).
    — Patrick Smyth (@psmyth12) October 25,
  • Teacher arrested for double murder

    Police have arrested a Cedar Hill ISD middle school teacher for capital murder in relation to a double homicide that occurred on Sunday.       
  • Broncos Sanders Catches Career Milestone

    DENVER (CBS4) – Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders reached the 5,000-yard receiving mark.
    Sanders needed just 18 yards going into the team’s Monday night game against the Houston Texans.
    RELATED: Sanders, Thomas Thrive Off Competing Against Each Other
    He reached the milestone in the second quarter when he grabbed a 22-yard pass from quarterback Trevor Siemian.
    Since he played four seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers before coming to Denver, Sanders is just 16th on
  • VP Candidate Mike Pence To Hold Rally In Colorado Springs

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence is scheduled to appear in Colorado Springs on Wednesday.
    According to Donald J. Trump for President, Inc., Pence will hold a rally at the Colorado Springs Event Center. Doors open at 5 p.m. and the event begins at 7 p.m.
    The Colorado Springs Event Center is located at 3960 Palmer Park Boulevard.
    LINK: Register For Tickets Online
    Additional Information
    Please limit personal items and arrive early to expedite
  • Amber Alert: 7-month-old reported...

    Authorities issued an Amber Alert Monday afternoon reporting that a 7-month-old baby was abducted from Guerneville in Sonoma County.       
  • Buffs bowl game eligible after 9 years

    The University of Colorado Buffaloes are back in the top 25 and bowl eligible for the first time in nine long years.       
  • A temp job: Snow plow driver

    The Colorado Department of Transportation is filling more than 100 seasonal and permanent positions.       
  • Colorado sued over ‘ballot selfie' law

    A state senator filed a federal lawsuit Monday seeking to strike down a Colorado law that bans voters from taking photographs of their completed ballots.       
  • 16-year-olds charged with murder

    A Denver chef of a popular restaurant was shot and killed by two 16-year-olds, police say.       
  • Colorado Sports Icons Could Have Some Pull With ‘Indifferent Voters’

    By Tom Mustin
    DENVER (CBS4) – It’s common to see actors and singers out campaigning for candidates. Now more sports figures are also getting involved in the political season, including two Colorado sports icons — former Broncos quarterback John Elway, and former University of Colorado and NBA star Chauncey Billups.
    Both stars are lending their celebrity status to the campaign trail — Elway in support of Amendment 71, a push to make it harder to change the Colorado constit
  • Police Release Images Of Shooting Suspect

    DENVER (CBS4) – Police would like the public’s help identifying a suspect in a shooting in northeast Denver.
    According to police, the shooting occurred at approximately 6:30 a.m. in the 4700 block of North Gaylord Street on Sunday.
    “The suspect shot the victim in the chest with a black handgun,” police said in a statement.
    The victim is expected to survive.
    The suspect is wanted for aggravated assault. He’s described as being a black man in his early 30s with an ath
  • Colorado Considers Medically Assisted Suicide Measure

    DENVER (AP) – Last February, state Rep. Lois Court tearfully withdrew a bill to let terminally ill people end their own lives, conceding that it didn’t have enough votes to pass the Democrat-led House this election year.
    But the Denver Democrat told her colleagues: “The voice of this state will be heard. You will hear from your constituents.”
    Thousands of those constituents have put Proposition 106, which would create a nearly-identical law, before Colorado voters this el
  • Dew Tour Redesigns Courses For Snowboarders, Freestylers

    BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. (AP) – The Dew Tour is reinventing itself this season, redesigning the courses and adding team competitions for the world’s top snowboarders and freestyle skiers.
    The season’s first competition runs Dec. 8-11 in Breckenridge, with Olympians Danny Davis, Mark McMorris and Joss Christensen among those expected to compete.
    Alex Schlopy ski to seventh place in the men’s ski slopestyle at the Dew Tour iON Mountain Championships on December 15, 2013 in Breck
  • Every Crosswalk Should Show Broncos Pride

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4)– Denver Broncos fans can walk with pride as they cross the street near the Broncos headquarters in Englewood.Arapahoe County crews installed Broncos logos in front of the UC Health Training Center on Monday. (credit: CBS)
    The old crosswalk lines needed to be repainted anyway and crews took the opportunity to customize the intersection of Broncos Parkway and Potomac with a longer lasting material that also showed off some team spirit. (credit: CBS)
    Officials say the
  • Driver Pleads Guilty In Deadly Motorcycle Crashes

    DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– The driver of a vehicle that crashed into two motorcycles, killing two people and injuring another, has pleaded guilty for her role in the crash.Athina Munoz pleaded guilty on Monday to two counts of vehicular homicide- DUI. In exchange for her plea, four other counts against her were dismissed.Athina L. Munoz (credit: Douglas County Sheriff)
    The crash happened about a mile and a half south of Franktown on Colorado Highway 83 about 1:30 p.m. on Feb. 27.Trooper
  • What No One Tells You About Medicare Coverage — Carol (Vol. 2)

    The following is an excerpt from Phillip Moeller’s Get What’s Yours For Medicare: Maximize Your Coverage, Minimize Your Costs, out now on Simon & Schuster. This is the second of a three-part series on Medicare coverage.
    The Medicare rules say that private Medicare Advantage insurance plans must cover at least the same things that Original Medicare (Parts A and B) covers. Many people naturally assume this means the two approaches to Medicare are the same.
    Big mistake.
    Phillip Moel
  • Obama Administration Confirms Double-Digit Premium Hikes

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Premiums will go up sharply next year under President Barack Obama’s health care law, and many consumers will be down to just one insurer, the administration confirmed Monday. That will stoke another “Obamacare” controversy days before a presidential election.
    Before taxpayer-provided subsidies, premiums for a midlevel benchmark plan will increase an average of 25 percent across the 39 states served by the federally run online market, according to a repo
  • NBA 2016-17 Season Preview: Eastern Conference

    Bryan Altman
    Believe it or not the NBA season is nearly upon us. After an offseason chock full of free-agent drama, it’s time for teams to actually take to the court. With that in mind, we preview the league, giving an overview of what each team can expect this season. They break down into four categories: the elite, playoff contenders, on the rise and rebuilding. Let’s dive into the East, where some upstart young squads are looking to challenge the defending world champion Clev
  • Truck Dumps Yard Waste Onto Car

    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– A truck spilled its load of yard waste onto a vehicle in Aurora and caused quite a mess on Monday morning.The truck tipped over at 23rd Avenue and Emporia Street about 9:30 a.m. Monday. Part of the truck that hauls “roll off” dumpsters tipped over and fell onto a car, dumping yard waste and other trash on top of the vehicle.The car suffered some major damage. No one was injured.
    What caused the truck to tip is unknown.
  • Teens Arrested, Accused In Murder Of Popular Chef

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4)– Police in Englewood arrested two teenagers in connection with the shooting death of a popular chef earlier this month.Police said it was about 8:30 p.m. on Oct. 1 when Nick Lewis, 33, the popular chef at Denver’s Blackbird Public House, had been walking home from the 7-Eleven near South Acoma Street. The single father of an 8-year-old boy was struck by several bullets, and later died at the hospital.(credit: CBS)
    On Oct. 21, two 16-year-old males were charged
  • Just How Safe Is Youth Football For Your Kid?

    By Dr. Dave Hnida
    DENVER (CBS4) – Should I let my kid play little league football or is that not such a good idea? A tough question, especially as we ask how safe it is for grownups to play the game.One of the biggest worries for parents and doctors is how a blow to the head is going to affect a young, developing brain. We know that younger brains are much more prone to damage from a hit than in a teen or adult. And add those collisions up, and you really have to wonder whether i
  • State Senator Files Lawsuit Over Selfie Ballot Ban

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4)– A state senator from Colorado Springs has filed a lawsuit asking a judge to declare a ban on taking pictures of ballots that are marked, unconstitutional.
    Republican state Sen. Owen Hill opposes the law, which makes it a misdemeanor to disseminate a completed ballot.
    (credit: CBS)
    The 1891 law was intended to prevent voter coercion. Hill calls the law outdated.
    The little-known law gained attention last week when Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey issu
  • Keidel: Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions’ Forgotten Star

    By Jason Keidel
    When Calvin Johnson retired at the end of last season, it wasn’t seen as a simple transaction by some geriatric who can’t cut the muster. It was Barry Sanders redux — a giant stiff-arm to a forlorn franchise that hasn’t won an NFL title since 1957, and hasn’t played in a single NFL title game since Lamar Hunt named the game the Super Bowl.
    Another surefire Hall of Famer, in his relative prime, was running from his million-dollar paychecks rather
  • 3 Broncos Players, Lynch, Elam, Fletcher, To Be Inducted Into Ring Of Fame

    DENVER (CBS4) – Three Denver Broncos greats will be inducted into the team’s Ring of Fame during halftime of Monday night’s game against the Houston Texans.
    Denver Broncos safety John Lynch, linebacker Simon Fletcher and kicker Jason Elam (credit: CBS)
    Kicker Jason Elam (1993-2007), linebacker Simon Fletcher (1985-95), and safety John Lynch (2004-07) will all be honored.
    The team unveiled their bronze pillars in the Ring of Fame plaza at Mile High Stadium on Sunday evening.
  • Neighbors: Man Appeared ‘Zombie-Like’ Before Deadly Shooting

    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– Neighbors told CBS4 that a man was acting strange before he was shot and killed in Aurora on Sunday.
    Officers rushed to the 3100 block of Uvalda Street in the Morris Heights neighborhood just after 3:30 p.m. Sunday where they found an adult Hispanic man suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. One man was shot and killed in the 3100 block of Uvalda Street in the Morris Heights neighborhood in Aurora on Sunday (credit: CBS)
    He was rushed to the hospital where he was p
  • Deputies Arrest Wanted Man After Standoff

    LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Deputies in Larimer County arrested a wanted man after an early morning standoff Sunday.
    Travis Wadena was wanted on robbery, drug possession and bond violations.
    Travis Wadena (credit: Larimer County)
    SWAT teams surrounded a mobile home early Sunday morning and demanded that Wadena surrender. He refused.
    Wadena was taken into custody after a K-9 unit foiund him in a crawl space underneath the trailer.

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