• ‘Your Business Model Sucks. I Hope It Burns’: Fear & Loathing In Real Estate

    By Brian Maass
    DENVER (CBS4) – Rocks thrown through windows, cars keyed and furious voicemails. The CEO of a startup Denver real estate company says that’s some of the collateral damage of his business model after five years.
    “I think a lot of agents are fearful so some have come to the solution that threatening or harm is the best way,” said Joshua Hunt of Trelora, a disruptive real estate company that has traditional real estate agents angry and refusing to show homes l
  • Mother Of Home Invasion Murder Victim Got To Say She Loved Him

    By Stan Bush
    DENVER (CBS4) – Cristine Singh says she was in Louisville the night her son, Tim Anderson, 27, was murdered in the family home.
    “I told him I loved him and he said he loved me and we’d see him in the morning. That was the end,” said Singh.
    Cristine Singh and Tim Anderson (credit: Cristine Singh)
    Singh said Anderson was shot multiple times when Zjiahnni Lacour, 15, and Dmarco Blake, 17, broke in, stole valuables, and attacked her son who she says was defending
  • Man Accused Of Snatching Purse Jumps Into River, Body Found Next Afternoon

    STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Authorities in Steamboat Springs found the body of a man who jumped into a river to get away from officers Sunday night.
    The 22-year-old man was accused of trying to snatch a woman’s purse near Lincoln Avenue. Officers say he seemed drunk, so they called in paramedics. But when they got there, he allegedly took off running and jumped into the Yampa River.“A Steamboat Springs police officer attempted to rescue the male from the river and request
  • Hoffman Shines In Colorado’s 8-1 Win Over Slumping Phillies

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Jeff Hoffman struck out seven and tossed three-hit ball over seven innings to lead the Colorado Rockies to an 8-1 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday night.
    Hoffman (2-0) also had his first big league hit and the National League-leading Rockies continued to cruise away from home. They are the best in the majors with a 16-7 road record and are 5-2 on this season-long 10-game road trip.
    The 22-year-old-Hoffman, rated Colorado’s No. 2 prospect, made his seco
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  • Nashville Predators beat Anaheim Ducks, advance to 1st Stanley Cup Final

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Colton Sissons scored his third goal with 6:00 left, ensuring the Nashville Predators‘ magical postseason now includes the franchise’s first trip to the Stanley Cup Final after eliminating the Anaheim Ducks with a 6-3 win in Game 6 on Monday night.
    The Predators, who’ve never won even a division title in their 19-year history, came in with the fewest points of any team in these playoffs.
    Now they’ve swept the West’s No. 1 seed in Chicago, do
  • Denver approves local sentencing changes aimed at helping immigrants avoid deportation

    Denver’s bid to reform low-level city court sentences by lessening some maximum penalties in a way that could help immigrants avoid deportation won approval Monday night from the City Council.
    Some immigrant advocates had pushed for the council to take further steps to more fully insulate those with or without legal status from drawing scrutiny from the federal enforcement system because of local ordinance violations. One way would be to make the maximum penalty for all
  • Additional Lane On Vail Pass Would Help, Funding Just Isn’t Available

    By Matt Kroschel
    VAIL, Colo. (CBS4) – On any given day hundreds of tractor-trailers navigate the steep climb on Vail Pass. Often crashes close the stretch of road and the Colorado Department of Transportation wants to help make it safer, but they are running into budget realities.
    A plan for adding an additional lane both east and westbound from Vail Pass to Copper Mountain has been made, however it has not been budgeted.
    “It can be very slippery, very icy; especially for these big t
  • Trump’s budget proposal targets social safety net, slashes spending by $3.6 trillion over 10 years

    By Damian Paletta and Robert Costa, The Washington Post
    President Donald Trump on Tuesday will propose cutting federal spending by $3.6 trillion over 10 years, a historic budget contraction that would severely ratchet back spending across dozens of programs and could completely reshape government assistance to the poor.
    The White House’s $4.094 trillion budget request for fiscal 2018 calls for cuts that hit Medicaid, food assistance and other anti-poverty programs. It would cut funding for
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  • Jeff Hoffman dominates Phillies as Rockies’ road show rolls on

    PHILADELPHIA — Jeff Hoffman‘s presumed role as a spot starter was to fly into Philly from Triple-A Albuquerque, gobble up some innings and give the Rockies a solid chance to win.
    Instead, Hoffman pitched like an ace in Colorado’s 8-1 romp over the Phillies on Monday night at Citizens Bank Park. Now the ninth overall pick in the 2014 draft just might be knocking on the door to Colorado’s starting rotation.
    The rookie right-hander, mixing his 93-94 mph fastball with an 82-8
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  • Monica Vaughn rallies past Jennifer Kupcho to win NCAA women’s golf title

    SUGAR GROVE, Ill. — Monica Vaughn didn’t know the score, and she might not have believed how the final hour unfolded Monday that enabled the Arizona State senior to capture the NCAA women’s golf title.
    In a stunning turnaround at Rich Harvest Farms, Vaughn made up a four-shot deficit with four holes to play with two birdies and a lot of help from Wake Forest sophomore Jennifer Kupcho, who led the entire final round until a triple bogey on the 17th hole.
    “It’s a grea
  • Mike & Mike hosts reportedly on poisonous terms as ESPN show winds down

    There are such things as amicable breakups, but more often than not parting ways engenders hard feelings, particularly when one side is perceived as having set the breakup in motion and not having been completely open about it. That may have been the case with Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic, whose partnership in a popular and long-running ESPN radio show is set to end sometime later this year.
    We already received strong indications that all was not well between the two hosts when they spoke on-ai
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  • Latest Forecast: Showers, Storms and Cool…Except for Wednesday

    By Ed GreeneDENVER (CBS4) – That storm system flying down from the north kept winds gusty and skies cloudy for most of the day, although the high did manage to reach 67 degrees at both the airport and downtown.Look for more clouds and winds on Tuesday with another chilly high only around 60.
    Wednesday will be the best day of the week with mostly sunny skies and a high near 80!Then more clouds with showers and storms on Thursday with a high in the low 70s.Little change on Friday except a bi
  • Mountain Vista, Rocky Mountain suspended by a sudden storm; will resume Tuesday at Metro State

    Leading Mountain Vista 4-3 in the sixth inning at All-City Field on Monday, the Rocky Mountain Lobos conceivably were closing in becoming the only remaining undefeated team in the Class 5A state high school baseball tournament. Or the other way to look at it was that Mountain Vista had one more chance to get the winning runs or force the game into extra innings.
    Then it started raining.
    Then it started raining harder.
    Then it was a monsoon.
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  • Kawhi Leonard to miss Game 4 with Spurs on brink of elimination

    SAN ANTONIO — Spurs leading scorer Kawhi Leonard will not play Game 4 against the Golden State Warriors with San Antonio on the brink of elimination.
    Golden State leads the Western Conference finals 3-0 and has a chance to become the first team in league history to open the playoffs 12-0.
    An MVP finalist, Leonard has not played since severely aggravating a sprained left ankle during the third quarter of Game 1 against the Warriors. He initially sprained the ankle in Game 5 of the conferenc
  • With proclamation, Denver council voices support for local journalism amid pressures

    Jon Murray, The Denver PostKieran Nicholson, right, and Emilie Rusch, both Denver Post reporters and newspaper guild officers, accept a proclamation that the Denver City Council delivered in support of local journalism on Monday.The Denver City Council on Monday voiced support for journalism at a time when local outlets have weathered repeated job cuts, partisan attacks and other pressures.
    Its proclamation, approved 12-0, urges owners of local media organizations “to provide their journal
  • Rockies’ young pitchers thriving under pitching coaches Steve Foster, Darren Holmes

    PHILADELPHIA — Pitching coaches live in anonymity, at least from the fans’ perspective.
    That anonymity lasts until ERAs start to soar, starters get lit up and the bullpen collapses. Then some fans light up Twitter, demanding to fire coaches.
    This year, the Rockies haven’t had to deal with that, not with the club off to a 28-17 start with the staff sporting a 4.37 ERA entering Monday’s game at Philadelphia. Thus far, the combination of pitching coach Steve Foster and bullp
  • Teen Killed In Crash Remembered By Family & Friends

    MONUMENT, Colo. (CBS4) – Family and friends on Monday remembered a teenager killed in a crash in Black Forest.
    Eighteen-year-old Samuel Laib died just two days before his high school graduation.
    (credit: KKTV)
    Laib was a senior at Lewis-Palmer High School in Monument. His family says he wanted to become a professional body builder.
    Troopers say the teen lost control of his car on Vollmer Road Saturday and crashed into several trees.
    (credit: CBS)
    Investigators believe speed was a factor in
  • Jordan Peele’s ‘Get Out’ Follow-Up Set For 2019 Release

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Comedian turned filmmaker Jordan Peele is following up the remarkable success of “Get Out” with a provocative original thriller set for release in March 2019.
    Universal Pictures announced the release date for Peele’s untitled film on Monday.
    Peele’s buzzy directorial debut “Get Out” became a box office phenomenon this year grossing $229.6 million worldwide on a production budget of only $4.5 million.
    Universal Pictures distributed &ldq
  • Three Lawsuits Allege Foot-Dragging By Fox On Harassment

    NEW YORK (AP) — Three new lawsuits filed Monday allege racial discrimination or sexual harassment at Fox News, deepening the network’s legal woes.
    The cases increase to 23 the number of past or present Fox employees represented by attorney Doug Wigdor, the majority having cases alleging racial hostility by a since-fired financial executive. Fox said Monday that the lawsuits have no legal basis.
    A former Fox employee, Adasa Blanco, said she alerted Fox executives about racially hostil
  • Latest Forecast: Quick Moving Spring Storm Moving Through

    By Lauren Whitney
    DENVER (CBS4) – A quick moving system is moving through Colorado, bringing rain and snow! Very high elevations of the mountains could pick up around 3 to 5 inches of snow, while we’re looking at brief heavy rain across the Front Range and plains. We’ll see a little thunder and lightning, but severe storms are not expected.
    With this front moving through, winds will kick up and temperatures will drop quickly.
    Tuesday, temperatures will stay in the low 60s with
  • Rock Slide Closes Road In Larimer County

    LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A rock slide has partially shut down a Larimer County road.
    The Big Thompson Canyon Fire Department took pictures of the rocks that covered County Road 43 Sunday evening near the town of Drake.
    (credit: Big Thompson Canyon Fire Department)
    (credit: Big Thompson Canyon Fire Department)
    One lane was reopened by 10 p.m. Sunday.
    It’s not clear when crews will be able to clear the rest of the road and reopen it.
  • Mark Zuckerberg Says He’s Not Running For Public Office

    PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says his quest this year to visit every state he hadn’t before is about building relationships, not politics.
    The 33-year-old billionaire wrote in a Facebook post that some users have asked if the trip means he’s running for public office. Zuckerberg says he’s not running for anything. Instead, he says the visits around the country are in order “to get a broader perspective.”
    He said Facebook is looking to c
  • Murder Suspects May Have Also Shot Dog In Head In Separate Crime

    By Tom Mustin
    DENVER (CBS4) – The recent murder of a Denver man may have been committed by the same suspects accused of shooting a dog in the face.
    One of those suspects is still on the run.
    Neighbors say home invaders killed a 28-year-old man in Denver on Spruce Street. Now, CBS4 has confirmed the same people are suspected in at least one other burglary and several other crimes.
    (credit: CBS)
    All the crimes happened last Tuesday within minutes of each other.
    “I’m hoping that t
  • 3 White Men, 2 White Women Picked For Bill Cosby Jury So Far

    PITTSBURGH (AP) — The panel that will decide Bill Cosby’s fate in his sex assault trial began to take shape Monday with the selection of five jurors, three white men and two white women.
    The search for 12 jurors and six alternates got off to a brisk start. Experts believe lawyers on both sides will be considering race, sex, age, occupation and interests of potential jurors.
    The actor-comedian once known as America’s Dad for his portrayal of Dr. Cliff Huxtable on “The Cosb
  • Nearly 740,000 Foreigners Overstayed Visas Last Year

    SAN DIEGO (AP) — Nearly 740,000 foreigners who were supposed to leave the United States during a recent 12-month period overstayed their visas, the Homeland Security Department said Monday, detailing a crucial but often overlooked contributor to the number of people in the country illegally.
    President Donald Trump has proposed spending billions of dollars to erect a wall on the U.S. border with Mexico and hire more border agents, but those measures wouldn’t address people who arrive
  • Landslide Closes Road For More Than 1 Week

    MONTEZUMA COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– A landslide closed a road in Montezuma County and it will remain closed for more than a week because it’s not the only one.The landslide left tons of dirt, rock, boulders and trees covering Taylor Mesa Road in Dolores. That’s southwest of Telluride. Dolores landslide (credit: San Juan National Forest)
    The Forest Service said the road will remain shut down until at least June 2 because there are more landslides in the area that need to be cleaned
  • ‘Confirmed Fatalities’ At Explosion At Manchester Arena

    MANCHESTER, UK (CBS4) – Police confirm 19 confirmed deaths after an explosion at the Manchester Arena.
    Around 50 others have been hurt.
    In a tweet, the department said the explosion is being treated as a terrorist incident, until police know otherwise.Latest statement on incident at Manchester Arena pic.twitter.com/BEpLOan3dY
    — G M Police (@gmpolice) May 23, 2017
    CBS News reports that Ariana Grande was performing at the arena, when, as one Twitter user posted, “explosion
  • Rain, Snow Cause Flooding In Already Saturated Neighborhoods

    By Jennifer Brice
    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. (CBS4)– All the recent rain and snow has created a headache for many homeowners. With the ground saturated, water is flooding basements across the Front Range.
    Several homes in the Firelight neighborhood of Highlands Ranch flooded when late Spring snow rapidly melted, pouring inside.
    (credit: CBS)
    Aimee Laing says this is the fourth time she has dealt with a flooded basement.
    “The water came in from the window well, ground up,” she says.
  • Wreaths Bring Attention To ‘Click It Or Ticket’ Campaign

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– The Colorado State Patrol is drawing attention to the importance of seat belts.Dozens of gold wreaths lined the fence at Bandimere Speedway on Monday. (credit: CBS)
    Troopers say they represent 60 lives that could have been saved last year in Colorado if people had buckled up.(credit: CBS)
    Troopers will be out patrolling over the Memorial Day holiday weekend as part of the Click It Or Ticket campaign. The campaign begins Monday and continues through June 4.(c
  • Panhandlers Banned From Standing In Medians

    LONGMONT, Colo. (CBS4)– Starting Monday it is illegal to stand in the medians of nine high-traffic intersections in Longmont.The city installed signs on the medians to alert people to the new ordinance. (credit: CBS)
    Police stress this doesn’t keep people from panhandling, only from staying off medians.“It was just a big concern that people were going to fall off and get hit by a car. Most of the intersections are pretty heavily traveled and can be fairly high speed,” sai
  • More Leaks Found On Dakota Access Pipeline System

    BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The Dakota Access pipeline and a feeder line leaked more than 100 gallons of oil in North Dakota in separate incidents in March as crews prepared the disputed $3.8 billion pipeline for operation.
    Two barrels, or 84 gallons (320 liters), spilled due to a leaky flange at a pipeline terminal in Watford City on March 3, according to the state’s Health Department. A flange is the section connecting two sections of pipeline. Oil flow was immediately cut off and the sp
  • Rare Black Rhino Born At St. Louis Zoo

    ST. LOUIS (AP) — The newest addition to the St. Louis Zoo is a critically endangered black rhino.
    The boy calf named Moyo was born Wednesday. The zoo announced the birth Monday and says he is nursing well and bonding with his mother.It’s just the second black rhino born at the zoo in the past 26 years. Zookeepers aren’t yet saying when he’ll make his public debut.
    The zoo says the black rhino population in Africa dropped by 96 percent from 1970 to 1992 due mostly to illeg
  • 1 Killed, 2 Injured In Stabbing

    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – A man is dead after a stabbing at an Aurora apartment building.
    The stabbing happened Sunday night at Cherry Grove East near East Ellsworth Avenue and South Sable Boulevard east of Interstate 225.
    Police found the man bleeding. He was taken to the hospital where he later died.
    (credit: CBS)
    “Officers performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation until an ambulance arrived. The adult male was then transported emergent to a nearby hospital where despite all medical eff
  • ‘Single Penguin Looking For Chicks’ On Dating Site

    WEYMOUTH, UK (CBS4) – A single penguin is looking for love online.
    Spruce the Humboldt penguin is “searching for a partner for life who [he] can make little chicks with, as [he’s] a family man at heart,” according to his online dating profile.
    Where’s it posted? Plenty of Fish, of course!
    It’s complete, too, with details about profession (swimmer), pets (no), interests (seafood and conservation), and favorite band (Reel Big Fish).
    Spruce doesn’t hold bac
  • See The Fray For Free At Red Rocks

    DENVER (CBS4)– Music lovers can get to see one of Colorado’s favorite hometown bands at Red Rocks this summer- for free!
    The free concert is June 26 where The Fray will take the stage at Red Rocks, the world’s most iconic outdoor concert venue.Isaac Slade of the Fray (credit: CBS)
    The Fray will welcome an opening act that their fans will select.
    Tickets will be available for free on the Red Rocks website beginning June 2.(credit: CBS)
    The concert is part of Southwest Airline&ls
  • Passenger With MAGA Hat Removed From United Flight

    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS4) – A passenger with a “Make America Great Again” hat was removed from a United Airlines flight.
    The plane scheduled to go to Newark, New Jersey from Shanghai, China, but it was grounded an hour before takeoff while local law enforcement dealt with an “unruly” passenger.
    The passenger was asked to leave the flight after supposedly taking another person’s seat and refusing to move.One passenger posted to Facebook that the man insist
  • Police On Officer Shooting: ‘Suddenly He Pulled Out A Handgun’

    DENVER, Colo. (CBS4) – Police in Denver revealed more details about an incident where an officer was shot in an exchange with a man who was reportedly suicidal.
    The Denver police officer is recovering after he was shot by the man.
    Family members said that the suspect, Brandon Girwing, 22, who lives at the home in 2800 block of South Quitman Street in Denver’s Harvey Park South neighborhood, had been on the phone with his girlfriend who was worried and called police.
    Officers arrived
  • Police: Man Slays Neo-Nazi Roommates Over Islam Disrespect

    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — A young man arrested after leading police to the bodies of his two roommates told officers he killed them because they were neo-Nazis who disrespected his recent conversion to Islam.
    The Tampa Police Department says 18-year-old Devon Arthurs told police he had until recently shared his roommates’ neo-Nazi beliefs, but that he converted to Islam.
    Arthurs told police he was angry about anti-Muslim sentiment.
    Arthurs was arrested Friday after police say he held hostag
  • Construction Workers Rally For Better Wages

    DENVER (CBS4)– Construction unions are pushing for fair wages ahead of massive projects that are slated to begin across Colorado.
    The group behind Monday morning’s rally is Constructing Colorado. Their message is to hire local and offer fair wages.
    (credit: CBS)
    Members of the labor union Local 720 say they want their wages and benefits to reflect the booming construction industry.
    Part of their goal is to hire local and to help train workers to become certified.
    The Denver City Coun
  • NTSB Investigates Helicopter’s ‘Hard Landing’

    FREMONT COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Federal investigators are looking at a hard landing of a helicopter tour company that happened over the weekend.A helicopter from the Royal Gorge Heli-Tours went down in Fremont County on Saturday. (credit: Fremont County Sheriff)
    The company says their pilot tried to land in a field but came down at an extreme angle. (credit: Fremont County Sheriff)
    That caused the rotor to slice off the back end of the helicopter.The company said there was a tour group on bo
  • Sinkhole Opens Outside Trump’s Mar-A-Lago Resort

    WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A small sinkhole has opened on the road just outside President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.
    The Palm Beach Post reports that the 4-foot-by-4-foot (1-meter-by-1-meter) hole was discovered Monday in Palm Beach County just west of one the resort’s entrances. It is near a new water main and isn’t a threat to the president’s property in Palm Beach.
    The president has spent seven weekends at Mar-a-Lago since taking office, but i
  • Watch: Sea Lion Grabs, Pulls Girl Into Water

    VANCOUVER, Canada (CBS4) – A little girl was yanked into the water by a sea lion, and it was caught on camera.
    It happened near Vancouver, British Columbia.
    After the sea lion pulls her in, a man jumps in to save her.
    Both are okay.
    Experts say sea lion attacks are rare and, in most cases, happen because people get too close.
    Warning signs went up over the weekend because people feeding the sea lions is a big problem along the wharf.
  • ‘Baseball Is Magic’: National Ballpark Museum Curator

    DENVER (CBS4)– It’s called the best kept secret in baseball and it’s right next to Coors Field: The National Ballpark Museum.
    For Bruce “B” Hellerstein, curator and creator of the National Ballpark Museum, baseball is more than just a sport, it’s the perfect game, “So much of baseball is magic. It is so magical, it’s beyond description.”
    (credit: CBS)
    It’s filled with one-of-a-kind treasures. It’s been recognized as one of the top
  • Dad Of Crash Victim Leaves Note Of Gratitude In Times Square

    NEW YORK (AP) — The father of a Michigan tourist killed by an out-of-control driver in Times Square has left a note at a community memorial to thank New Yorkers for their support.
    Thomas Elsman on Saturday visited the site where 18-year-old Alyssa Elsman was killed. He was accompanied by a reporter from Michigan television station WWMT.Two memorials for the young woman who died in the #TimesSquareCrash. Her father leaves a moving note of thanks #1010WINS pic.twitter.com/NpQcVd09DK
  • Highway Gets Designation In Honor Of Fallen Blue Angels Pilot

    DURANGO, Colo. (CBS4) – The Colorado Department Of Transportation on Monday honored a Blue Angels pilot who was killed a year ago when his plane crashed during a practice flight.
    (credit: CDOT)
    Marine Capt. Jeff Kuss died in Tennessee on June 2, 2016, while he was preparing for an air show. A military investigation determined the cause of the crash was pilot error.
    Capt. Jeff Kuss (credit: Blue Angels)
    Kuss served in Afghanistan and was a native of Durango. CDOT honored him by placing sign
  • ‘Alt-Right’ Leader Loses Gym Membership After Confrontation

    WASHINGTON (AP) – A leading figure in the “alt-right” movement had his gym membership revoked after a Georgetown University professor confronted him during a workout and called him a neo-Nazi.
    Professor C. Christine Fair told The Associated Press on Monday that the Old Town Sport&Health club in Alexandria, Virginia, informed her that it terminated the membership of white nationalist Richard Spencer following last Wednesday’s confrontation.
    The gym’s general
  • Police: Mom Killed 2 Kids To Save Them From Evil In World

    DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Police in Ohio say a woman told them she fatally shot her two children to save them from the world’s evils.
    The Dayton Daily News reports that Dayton police Det. Rod Roberts wrote in court documents that police interviewed Claudena Helton after the May 18 shooting. Her 8-year-old daughter and 6-year-old son died over the weekend.
    Roberts wrote that the 30-year-old Helton “made admissions to shooting the children to save them from the evils of the world.&rdqu

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