• WATCH: Shaun White scores 98.5 on second preliminary halfpipe run at Winter Olympics

    SHAUN WHITE IS ON A MISSION. #BestOfUS #WinterOlympics https://t.co/E1XuTKthTN pic.twitter.com/Lp6pO9048O
    — NBC Olympics (@NBCOlympics) February 13, 2018
    PyeongChang current time
    Wow.
    Two-time Olympic gold medalist Shaun White looks like he’s back to his old form, scoring a 98.5 on his second preliminary halfpipe run to retake the lead over Scotty James of Australia (96.75) and Ayumu Hirano of Japan (95.25).
    White was the first to qualify for the halfpipe final.Let’s Talk Olym
  • Playground Fight Leads To Tickets, Administrative Suspensions

    DENVER (CBS4) – Several administrators at a Denver school are suspended after a staff member allegedly encouraged a playground fight that was caught on camera.
    (credit CBS)
    The fight happened on the playground of Wyatt Academy on April 20. Video shows a staff member allegedly encouraging three girls to throw punches.The fight is recorded, and the staffer — a “restorative justice coordinator” — does break it up. Police were called and the girls were ticketed.
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  • Life Without Parole For Man Guilty Of Murdering His Girlfriend

    BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – A Boulder man who killed and dismembered his girlfriend will spend the rest of his life in prison.
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    Adam Densmore was sentenced to life without parole for one count of first degree murder after deliberation. He was also sentenced to 12 years for tampering with human remains, one year for tampering with physical evidence and one year for abuse of a corpse.
    Ashley Mead (credit: CBS)
    In April, Densmore was found guilty of leaving parts of Ashley Mead&rsquo
  • Couple Says Family Heirlooms Stolen During The Day

    ARVADA, Colo. (CBS4) – A thief got away with jewelry, a safe and electronics. An Arvada couple said that they lost thousands of dollars worth of their belongings, but what they do have is a clear picture of the thief’s face from a surveillance camera.
    (credit: CBS)
    “As he walks out he either forgets or just doesn’t care at this point and his face is fully exposed,” said Leslie Broeckert, the theft victim.
    At 10 a.m. on a Tuesday, Broeckert said that the thief or thi
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  • 90° In Denver, But Jackets Needed On Mount Evans & Trail Ridge Road

    By Chris SpearsDENVER (CBS4) – The lower elevations of Colorado will climb into the 90s this Memorial Day Weekend with plenty of sunshine and Colorado blue sky.
    But despite being closer to the sun, it’ll be much colder in the higher altitudes such as on Mount Evans and Rocky Mountain National Park’s Trail Ridge Road.
    To grasp this concept we need a quick lesson in two concepts of physics.
    (credit: CBS)
    Lesson #1
    Energy from the sun transfers from object to object without necess
  • Cat Clings To Roof Of Owner’s Van On Expressway

    CHICAGO (CBS) — A cat went on the ride of his life and it’s all caught on camera.
    For two miles down the interstate – at speeds of 60 miles per hour – “Rebel the Cat” clung onto the roof of his owner’s van.
    His owners say they had no idea until someone honked their horn to get their attention.
    “Oh look at him, poor baby, look at him. See I hear a ‘meow’ too! Oh I’m glad he held on!” claimed the owners, while watching a
  • Stream The Fort Worth Invitational

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  • Officer Hospitalized After Police Capture Stolen Car Suspect

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – Lakewood police closed down the frontage road at 6th Avenue and Garrison for several hours Friday morning while they searched for a man suspected of driving a stolen car.
    (credit CBS)
    Officers spotted the stolen car in the Crossland Economy Studios at about 2 a.m. Eventually, a man and a women got into the stolen vehicle. Police approached the car, but the male drove away, hitting an agent as he left the parking lot.
    (credit CBS)
    The suspect crashed the car in
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  • Broncos Revamp Backfield In The Offseason

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) – Jackhammers and buzz saws nearly drowned out the coaches hollering during OTAs this week at Denver Broncos headquarters, which is undergoing a makeover this spring.
    Upgrades include a massive new theater for team meetings and an expansion of the training room.
    Another thing the Broncos are remodeling is their backfield.
    It’s hardly recognizable following the departures of veterans C.J. Anderson and Jamaal Charles along with longtime position coach Eric Studesv
  • Mysterious Furry Creature Shot In Montana, Puzzling Wildlife Experts

    (CBS NEWS) – Is it a wolf? A new kind of hybrid dog species? A relative of Bigfoot? This mysterious furry creature shot in Montana has even wildlife experts puzzled.
    (credit: Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks)
    The animal was shot on a ranch outside Denton on May 16, but looks as if it came out of the Ice Age. It looks almost like a wolf, except some features are a bit off. It has long grayish fur, a large head and a snout; but its ears were too large, its legs and body too short, and its fu
  • Water World Set To Open For Summer Season

    FEDERAL HEIGHTS, Colo (CBS4) – Water World is set to open for it’s 39th summer season. The community-owned water park features 50 attractions on 70-acres in Federal Heights, Colorado.
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    “We’re very unique, not only are we one of the largest water parks in the country, being non-profit, what we do here contributes back to the community. And so it’s just a great organization,” said Bob Owens, General Manager of the park.
    Water World is one of the
  • ‘I Wish My Mom’s Phone Wasn’t Invented’: Child’s Complaint Goes Viral

    LOUISIANA (CBS Local) – Second graders at a Louisiana school had some eye-opening critiques of their own parents, according to their teacher’s Facebook post.
    Elementary school teacher Jen Beason recently posted one of her student’s assignments online. The child was reportedly one of four students in the class who wished cell phones had never been invented and that their parents spent more time with them.
    “I don’t like the phone because my [parents] are on
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  • Murder Investigation Closes Denver Center Arts Complex Garage

    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police are investigating a homicide at the parking garage of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts complex.
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    Denver police closed the garage Friday morning at 5:40 a.m. on Friday.
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    In a tweet, Denver police said that someone was found dead on the fourth floor of the garage.
    (credit DCPA)
    Detectives were called to the scene soon afterwards.
  • Cockroach Milk? Experts Call Insect Dairy The Next Superfood

    (CBS Local) –  Scientists say they have discovered the next superfood that’s a perfect non-dairy alternative. However, they may have a hard time getting people to try cockroach milk.
    Using a 2016 report on the benefits of insect dairy, scientists found that the Pacific Beetle cockroach of Hawaii possesses nutrient-filled milk crystals, which they use to feed their young. “A single crystal is estimated to contain more than three times the energy of an equivalent mass o
  • Best Beach Vacations On The Atlantic

    By Randy Yagi 
    With the busy Memorial Day holiday just around the corner, isn’t it time to start thinking about a well deserved vacation? It should be, especially if that next trip is a beachside destination along the Atlantic Coast. Although many vacationers might prefer quieter beachside communities like Delaware’s Bethany Beach and even Cape May in New Jersey, even those popular spots can get very crowded and worse yet, can run out of available places to stay. While the follo
  • Leadville’s High Mountain Institute Remains Evacuated Due To Wildfire

    By Chris Spears
    DENVER (CBS4) – A small wildfire broke out Thursday afternoon near Turquoise Lake, off Lake County Road 5A near Leadville.
    Fire crews from nearby Summit County and Chaffee County were called to help along with the U.S. Forest Service.
    A small wildfire west of Leadville on May 24. (credit: Red, White & Blue Fire Protection District)
    The flames prompted the evacuation of several residents along County Road 5A as well as students and staff from the High Mountain Institute.
  • SportsLine’s Top Weekend Picks: NBA, NHL Playoffs And MLB Action

    Los Angeles Angels vs. New York YankeesFriday, May 25, 2018, 7:05 pm ET
    OVER 8
    My data forecasts nearly 10 runs crossing the plate Friday between the Angels of Yankees, providing a strong position on the Over against a total of 8. The hot-hitting Yankees have played Over in five straight, while Los Angeles is 5-1 to the Over when Andrew Heaney starts against AL East opponents.
    SportsLine Expert: Stephen Oh (28-18 in last 46 MLB picks)
    Mookie Betts (Photo Credit: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
    Atlant
  • Grading The AFC West Offseason: B For The Broncos, A For The Chargers

    By Jared Dubin
    (CBS SPORTS) – The AFC West was the strangest division in the NFL last season. The Chiefs raced out to an incredible start, only to falter in the middle of the year. The Chargers did the exact opposite. The Raiders were up-and-down, Jekyll and Hyde, whatever you want to call it, all season. By Week 14, we were writing about just how damn weird the division was.(The following graphic shows, Chiefs, Chargers, and Raiders’ chances of winning the division week-by-week, wit
  • YouTube Star Bethany Mota Stars On Undercover Boss: Celebrity Edition

    She'll be eating crickets and… hearing crickets. Watch YouTube star @BethanyMota go undercover this Friday on #CelebrityBoss. pic.twitter.com/QZ7SjvYuxV
    — Undercover Boss (@undercover_cbs) May 22, 2018YouTube sensation Bethany Mota is going undercover. Mota, who has over 12 million subscribers on YouTube, will appear tonight on “Undercover Boss: Celebrity Edition” as a punk rocker. The author, designer and entrepreneur pretends that she wants to start her own YouTube cha
  • Gardner: North Korea’s Recent Posture Fits ‘Pattern Of Misbehavior’

    (CBS NEWS) – Sen. Cory Gardner says North Korea’s recent posture that contributed towards President Trump’s decision to call off the June 12 summit in Singapore fits a “pattern of misbehavior.” The promises of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s family have been broken over the decades many times, and this is nothing new, the Colorado Republican told “CBS This Morning” on Friday.A White House official told reporters Friday that the North Koreans fail
  • Harvey Weinstein Surrenders To Face Charges Amid Sex Abuse Probe

    (CBS NEWS) – Disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein turned himself in to authorities on Friday in New York to face charges stemming from an investigation by the Manhattan district attorney’s office into allegations of sexual abuse. The Manhattan DA’s probe has been going on for months, and federal authorities have been investigating Weinstein since at least January.
    Weinstein, 66, stepped from a black SUV wearing a blazer and carrying books under his arm, and lumbered into
  • Metro-Wide Search Ongoing For Hit-And-Run Driver Who Killed Pedestrian

    DENVER (CBS4) – Police across the Denver metro area are searching for the driver responsible for a deadly hit-and-run.
    (credit: CBS)
    The crash happened in Denver just before 1 a.m. near the intersection of West Evans Avenue and South Bryant Street. The car was heading eastbound on Evans when it collided with a pedestrian. The pedestrian died at the scene. After that the car, which didn’t stop, headed east towards Interstate 25.
    The information on the driver’s vehicle were place
  • Latest Forecast: Record Heat & High Fire Danger This Weekend

    By Chris SpearsDENVER (CBS4) – Get ready for a hot weekend ahead with little if any in the way of afternoon thunderstorms – at least through Sunday.
    Highs statewide, including in Denver, will be near record levels for the next three days.
    With the continued dry conditions and the hot weather ahead fire danger will be very high just about statewide this weekend.By Monday a large area of low pressure spinning to our west will help pull some cooler air into Colorado along with the poten
  • Gaming specialist makes life more normal for kids at Children's Hospital

    A guy is paid to play video games and help sick kids forget their problems - if even for a little while.        
  • No, Next definitely, definitely doesn't hide 9s throughout the set

    A guy wrote in this week asking if the Next with Kyle Clark team hides 9s around the 9NEWS set. We would never do anythin9 like that.        
  • Bolder Boulder will honor Dachshund in wheelchair for having the heart of a champion

    His owners didn't know if Little Dipper would survive when they adopted him, but he's taught them anything is possible.        
  • A dachshund in a 'wheelchair' knows all the best hikes in Colorado

    It's possible that a dachshund named Little Dipper, who's an avid hiker, knows more about Colorado trails than you do.        
  • Corteo, ‘Unique’ Cirque du Soleil Show, Comes To Colorado

    By Shawn Chitnis
    BROOMFIELD, Colo. (CBS4)– The Cirque du Soleil show “Corteo” has toured all over the world. While the show travels across North America it will spend two weeks in Colorado, telling the story of a clown performing with his friends in a celebration of life.
    “Corteo is one of the most unique Cirque du Soleil shows,” said Maxwell Batista, the publicist for the tour. “It tells the story of a clown that is dreaming of his own funeral, but in a carni
  • Home once owned by Denver TV stars Fred and Fae Taylor is for sale

    A small ad in the Denver Post advertised a home on a lake in Arvada....        
  • Local Sikh community turns to education to fight harassment

    The Colorado Board of Education just added Sikhism to its list of major world religions - something the local Sikh community helps when it comes to battling prejudice and hate.        

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