• Marlys Halbeisen Raises Enough Money To Send Cards To Troops

    WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. (CBS4) – The Wheat Ridge woman hoping to send thousands of holiday cards to troops overseas has reached her fundraising goal. When CBS4’s Jeff Todd spoke with 77-year-old Marlys Halbeisen Monday, she had 18,000 cards ready to be mailed.
    (credit: Tamera Halbeisen)
    But first, she needed $1,700 to get them to a nonprofit in Washington, D.C. that would then send the cards to troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
    According to her Facebook page, Marlys has raised the $1,7
  • ‘Schedule Someone Else’: Denver Sports Fans Fire Back At Idea Of No Home Games Due To Altitude Advantage

    DENVER (CBS4) – No more home games in Denver. That’s what one sports radio guy in Philly would like to see happen because of the city’s mile-high edge.
    (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
    “Remember when watching tonight’s game that the home court advantage is unfair and unreasonable considering the physical disadvantage that the visiting team has,” Skip Eskin of WIP radio tweeted of the 76ers v. Nuggets game last Friday. “Denver should not have a
  • Denver Hopes To Replicate Greeley’s Economic Boost From Common Consumption Areas

    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver city leaders passed a bill to allow for common consumption allowing patrons to leave a restaurant with an alcoholic beverage during special events. The city of Greeley was the first municipality in the state to pass a similar proposal. In 2011 it took advantage of a state law allowing entities to establish entertainment districts.
    Denver hopes to replicate success from common consumption areas like Greeley. (credit: CBS)
    The city then created a common consumption are
  • Ruling On Discrimination Case Against Denver Health Could Set New Precedent

    DENVER (CBS4) – The state’s highest court is set to weigh-in on a year’s long discrimination case filed against Denver Health. Brent Houchin worked at the hospital for nearly five years.
    (credit: CBS)
    “As the employee relations and engagement manager I spent a lot of time ensuring employees were treated fairly, and that the organization handled policy procedure appropriately,” he said.
    When he was told he was being let go over a HIPAA violation he was shocked.
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  • FBI: Reports Of Hate Crimes In Colorado Increase 16% From 2017 To 2018

    DENVER (CBS4) – The FBI released its annual Hate Crime Statistics Act report on Tuesday, finding hate crimes decreased slightly nationwide from 2017 to 2018. During that same time, Colorado reported a 16 percent increase in the number of reported hate crimes.
    Hate crimes directed at individuals based on their race, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability increased in Colorado in 2018, according to a report by the FBI. (credit: CBS)
    In Colorado, there were 123 reported hate
  • Kroger Rolls Out New Auto Sale Service

    (CBS4) – King Soopers and City Markets have formed a new partnership to sell cars. Its parent company, Kroger, will team up with TrueCar to create an auto buying program.
    The program reportedly will allow customers see what others are paying for new and used cars.
    The online service uses your King Soopers account information.
    LINK: Kroger Auto
  • Denver Sheriff Department Warns Of Impersonator Phone Scam

    DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Sheriff Department is warning the community about a phone scam circulating in the city. The caller identifies themselves as a Deputy Sheriff and demands payment for alleged warrants through an app.
    The Denver Sheriff Department has received multiple reports of a phone scam where the caller identifies themselves as a Sheriff Deputy and demands payment through an app. (credit: Scott Halleran/Getty Images)
    A Denver Deputy Sheriff will never request payment for a war
  • Rome Added To List Of Nonstop Destinations From Denver International Airport

    DENVER (CBS4) – There will soon be nonstop flights from Denver to Rome. Norweigan Airlines will offer the flight starting March 31, 2020.
    (credit: CBS)
    More than 90,000 people travel between Denver and Rome every year. Mayor Michael Hancock says the addition shows Denver is a strong business and tourism hub.
    Rome is the airport’s first and only nonstop service to Italy. It will be DIA’s eighth international destination.
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  • Initiative 76 Collects 200,000 Signatures To Ban Noncitizens From U.S. Elections

    DENVER (CBS4) – Lawmakers and organizers of Initiative 76 say they collected more than 200,000 signatures from across Colorado and turned in those petitions Tuesday to the Secretary of State’s office. They say if it passes, it would change the wording in the state constitution to ensure voting is limited to U.S. citizens.
    (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
    “This is a great opportunity so that we can get in front of the voters first hand,” said Rep. Patrick Neville (R &
  • Boulder Scientists Launch NOAA-Funded Weather ‘Time Machine’ Project

    BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – Have you ever wondered what the weather was like in 1836? Well, a group of in Boulder has that answer and many more. Last month, a NOAA-funded research team launched a new version of a weather “time machine” it has been working on since 2011.
    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is funding research to examine weather history as far back as 1836. (credit: CBS)
    The state-of-the-art data assimilation system, known as the 20th Century Reanalys
  • Denver City Council Passes Alcohol Common Consumption Bill

    DENVER (CBS4)– Denver City Council voted Tuesday night to pass a common consumption bill. The new law will allow patrons to leave a restaurant with an alcoholic beverage during special events.
    (credit: CBS)
    The measure will allow for drinking alcohol from different establishments in pre-determined common areas such as the Santa Fe Arts District where the streets are closed to traffic. The ordinance will allow customers to enjoy their beverage out of the confines of certain businesses.
    (cre
  • State Unveils Plan To Keep College Affordable

    DENVER (CBS4) – Over the last ten years, tuition at public universities in Colorado has increased more than 65 percent. Governor Jared Polis and the Colorado Department of Higher Education unveiled a plan Tuesday to make college more affordable.
    Governor Jared Polis and the Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE) released a plan to make college more affordable at Community College of Denver. (credit: CBS)
    “This roadmap lays out ways we can lower costs while maintaining high st
  • Glendale Homicide Victim Identified As 20-Year-Old Carlos Ramirez-Rivera

    GLENDALE, Colo. (CBS4) – Glendale police are investigating the murder of a man who was shot several times inside his car earlier this month. The victim has been identified as 20-year-old Carlos Ramirez-Rivera.
    The Denver Fire Department was called to a report of an injury accident around 2:47 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 2. When they arrived to the scene, they found the victim dead inside a car in the 900 block of South Birth Street.
    Investigators determined the shooting happened around the corn
  • Suspect Sought In Alleged Sexual Assault On Child In Denver

    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police are asking for the public’s help to identify a suspect accused of sexually assaulting a child. The alleged assault happened around 12:45 p.m. Sunday at the Voodoo Doughnut located at 98 South Broadway Street.
    Investigators released surveillance photos of the man accused of sexually assaulting a child at the Voodoo Doughnut on S. Broadway St. in Denver. (credit: Denver Police Department)
    The suspect is between 22-29 years old with a dark brown complexion
  • Beloved Dog ‘Millie’ Missing After Devastating Crash Near Greeley

    WELD COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — A young couple involved in a devastating crash in Weld County is missing a beloved part of their family — as they struggle to recover from their physical injuries. Now, concerned Coloradans, who had never met Kelsey Bohnenkamp and her boyfriend Bridger Frederick, are working to find Millie the boxer and reunite her with her family.
    Bridger Frederick, Millie and Kelsey Bohnenkamp (credit: Kelsey Bohnenkamp)
    Bohnenkamp said she and Frederick had just recentl
  • Aspiring Teen Actors Take Behind The Scenes Look At ‘Phantom Of The Opera’

    DENVER (CBS4) – More than 30 years after debuting in London, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Phantom of the Opera” returns to Denver as part of its revamped North America tour. The show is filled with new costumes, props, set design and pyrotechnics.
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    The updates to the iconic chandelier, known as “Chandy,” have also become a major part of the performance. Until Nov. 17, Chandy will be on display while the tour stays in Denver.
    The secrets behind
  • Free State Program Helps Coloradans Navigate Medicare

    DENVER (CBS4)– Trying to choose a Medicare plan can seem overwhelming. There is original Medicare and there is Medicare Advantage. You’ll hear about Medicare parts A, B, C and D.
    (credit: CBS)
    Already confused? There is help. In Colorado, free one-on-one counseling is just a phone call away.
    Most Tuesdays, Kay Heimbuck spends about six hours on the phone in a cubicle at the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG). Call her a navigator for ‘SHIP’, the State Health I
  • Metro State Students, Staff & Political Leaders Rally For DACA

    DENVER (CBS4) – What happens in Washington, D.C. will have an impact across the country including Metro State University-Denver. The U.S. Supreme Court is looking at the decision from President Trump’s administration to end the DACA Program.
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    Hundreds of thousands of Dreamers face deportation. Estefani Pena Figueroa, from Guatemala, is one of them.
    “It’s definitely challenging to think about DACA being permanently terminated,” she told CBS4’s Rick
  • CAIC: Colorado Already Has 1 Of 3 Events Leading Up To Big Avalanche Cycle

    FRISCO, Colo. (CBS4)– Historic, unprecedented and powerful. That’s how Colorado avalanche forecasters describe what the state experienced with an avalanche cycle that brought slides down from the mountains around Winter Park down to Durango in March of this year.
    Avalanche on Independence Pass in March (credit: CBS)
    “Hard for anyone to really wrap their head around,” Colorado Avalanche Information Center Director Ethan Greene told CBS4 Tuesday.
    Forecasters spent the summe
  • 16-Year-Old Student Shot Near Collegiate Prep Academy

    DENVER (CBS4) – Officials with Denver Public Schools confirm a 16-year-old student was shot Tuesday afternoon near Collegiate Prep Academy. Denver police were called to the scene around 2:10 p.m. at Parkfield Lake Park near East 53rd Avenue and Kittredge Street.
    Denver police officers respond to a report of a shooting near Collegiate Prep Academy on Kittredge Street. (credit: CBS)
    Officers stretched crime scene tape across an open area near a gazebo. Collegiate Prep Academy sits south of t
  • Reward Grows To $55,000 In 2016 Murder Of Travis Mason Outside Marijuana Dispensary

    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – More than three years after Travis Mason was gunned down at Green Heart Dispensary, police are still searching for his killer. The reward for information leading to an arrest has grown to $55,000.
    Mason, 24, a Marine, worked as a security guard at the marijuana dispensary for only a few weeks when two masked men stormed the store and gunned him down in June 2016.
    (credit: CBS)
    The suspects left without any money or marijuana.
    Mason and his family had moved to Colorad
  • Mitchell Hamilton Turns Self In After American Flag Burned In Vail

    VAIL, Colo. (CBS4) – Vail police say the man wanted for questioning about a burning American flag has turned himself in. Mitchell Hamilton, 22, is from Eagle-Vail.
    Mitchell Hamilton (credit: Vail)
    Investigators say Hamilton surrendered on Tuesday afternoon after his friends told him they saw retaliatory social media posts toward Hamilton for his alleged actions.
    Hamilton is now charged with second degree arson and criminal mischief for burning someone else’s property. The flag was bu
  • Missing Thornton Boy Found, 12-Year-Old Still Missing

    THONRTON, Colo. (CBS4) – Thornton police are still searching for a 12-year-old who ran away from the Shiloh House treatment center in Littleton Monday night. A 13-year-old who was with him was found Tuesday near West 46th Avenue and Mariposa Street.Daniel Romero, 13 (picture attached) has been located in Denver and returned safely. Still missing is Ronnie Hernandez, 12, if located please notify police.Thanks for all the retweets and help in locating Daniel. Let's find Ronnie now! #TPDsafer
  • Denver City Council To Discuss Change To Alcohol Consumption Rules

    DENVER (CBS4)– A proposal before Denver’s City Council would allow patrons to leave a restaurant with an alcoholic beverage during special events. That proposal will be debated in Tuesday night’s regularly-scheduled council meeting.
    (credit: CBS)
    The measure would allow for drinking alcohol from different establishments in pre-determined common areas such as the Santa Fe Arts District where the streets are closed to traffic. The ordinance would allow customers to enjoy their be
  • Teachers & Students Submit Creative Ideas To Jeffco Public School’s Innovation Fund Program

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Jefferson County Public Schools is giving away up to one million dollars to improve learning. It’s all part of the district’s Innovation Fund.
    Students and teachers submit creative ideas to Jeffco Public Schools’ Innovation Fund Program. (credit: CBS)
    More than 70 applicants, both teachers and students, have applied for this year’s fund. Participants submit their innovative learning ideas, which will be voted on by other members of t
  • Denver Police: Juvenile Male Shot Near Collegiate Prep Academy

    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police are responding to reports of a shooting near the Montbello neighborhood on Tuesday afternoon. It happened near 52nd Avenue and Kittredge Street.
    Denver police officers respond to a report of a shooting near Collegiate Prep Academy on Kittredge Street. (credit: CBS)
    Officers stretched crime scene taped across open area south of the Parkfield Lake Park. Collegiate Prep Academy sits south of that park.
    (credit: CBS)
    Denver police say one male was sent to the
  • Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Consider Broncos Noah Fant, Jets Demaryius Thomas

    By Matt Citak
    (CBS) Week 11 is upon us, which means time is running out to clinch your spot in the fantasy postseason.
    Week 10 was a tough one for many fantasy managers, as six teams, including fantasy-friendly offenses such as the Patriots, Texans, Eagles and Jaguars, had the week off. That is the largest number of teams on bye in the same week that we will have to deal with all season. We’re not completely out of the woods yet, as Weeks 11 and 12 feature four teams on bye each week, but
  • Taxpayer Money, State Endorsement Fuels Meow Wolf Expansion Into Denver

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The arts-based entertainment company Meow Wolf continues to leverage public incentives and subsidies in its home state of New Mexico as it prepares to expand to major U.S. cities, winning approval for a half-million dollars in state job-training funds on top of recent awards that offset infrastructure costs. The board of the New Mexico Job Training Incentive Program last Friday approved the $528,000 grant for the art production arm of Meow Wolf as the Santa Fe-based s
  • Denver Police Respond To Shooting Near Collegiate Prep Academy

    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police are responding to reports of a shooting near the Montbello neighborhood on Tuesday afternoon. It happened near 52nd Avenue and Kittredge Street.
    Denver police officers respond to a report of a shooting near Collegiate Prep Academy on Kittredge Street. (credit: CBS)
    Officers stretched crime scene taped across open area south of the Parkfield Lake Park. Collegiate Prep Academy sits south of that park.
    (credit: CBS)
    Denver police say one male was sent to the
  • Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Nick Foles A Top QB Option As He Returns From Injury

    By Matt Citak
    (CBS Boston) Week 11 is upon us, which means time is running out to clinch your spot in the fantasy postseason.
    Week 10 was a tough one for many fantasy managers, as six teams, including fantasy-friendly offenses such as the Patriots, Texans, Eagles and Jaguars, had the week off. That is the largest number of teams on bye in the same week that we will have to deal with all season. We’re not completely out of the woods yet, as Weeks 11 and 12 feature four teams on bye each wee
  • Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Broncos Noah Fant, Jets’ Demaryius Thomas

    By Matt Citak
    (CBS) Week 11 is upon us, which means time is running out to clinch your spot in the fantasy postseason.
    Week 10 was a tough one for many fantasy managers, as six teams, including fantasy-friendly offenses such as the Patriots, Texans, Eagles and Jaguars, had the week off. That is the largest number of teams on bye in the same week that we will have to deal with all season. We’re not completely out of the woods yet, as Weeks 11 and 12 feature four teams on bye each week, but
  • Residents Authorized To Kill Invasive Ducks Running Amok In Town

    PEARLAND, Texas (CBS Local) — Muscovy ducks are taking over a town in Texas and residents are now being encouraged to trap or even shoot them in some cases.
    The City of Pearland is allowing landowners and homeowner’s associations (HOAs) to “address the ducks as seen fit, and within legal parameters, by the HOA or the landowner.”
    Pearland is designated as a bird sanctuary city but the Muscovy duck is considered an invasive species from Central and South America and are the
  • Two Fast-Food Employees Fired After Police Officer Refused Service

    ROXBORO, N.C. (CBS Local) — Two employees at a fast-food restaurant in North Carolina were fired last week after they allegedly refused service to a police officer.
    The Roxboro Police Chief David Hess said one of his officers, Kenneth Horton, an Army veteran and police sergeant, was on duty and in uniform when he arrived a Cook Out restaurant early Thursday to get food.
    “We’re saddened that an employee denied service to a police officer,” Hess told WTVD. “We promote
  • Legacy High School Lockout Lifted After Threat Investigation

    BROOMFIELD, Colo. (CBS4)– Legacy High School in Broomfield was placed on lockout status Tuesday morning during a threat investigation. The lockout was lifted just after 1 p.m. Tuesday.
    The lockOUT has been lifted. The anonymous phone calls were not a credible threat to the school. Thank you for your patience during our investigation.
    — Broomfield Police (@BroomfieldPD) November 12, 2019The threat against the school was made with an anonymous phone call.Per @Adams12 administration off
  • Krystal Lee’s Friends Testify In Murder Trial; Patrick Frazee Accused Of Killing Fiancee Kelsey Berreth

    TELLER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The murder trial of Patrick Frazee, accused of killing his fiancee Kelsey Berreth, resumed Tuesday after the Veterans Day holiday. Friends of the key witness for the prosecution, Krystal Lee, are taking the stand.
    (credit: CBS)
    One friend loaned Lee her car when she traveled to Colorado for Thanksgiving. That vehicle showed up in several surveillance videos.
    Prosecutors believe Berreth was murdered in her Woodland Park home in Colorado. She was last seen on Th
  • ‘Truly Adored By Many’: Ralphie V Retires From CU

    BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – It’s the end of an era in Boulder. Specifically, it’s the end of the Raphie V era.
    The University of Colorado’s live mascot, Ralphie V, has officially retired. Ralphie V has been the live buffalo that’s trampled across the CU football field for 12 seasons. Ralphie turned 13 in October, and CU Athletics say she is in great health. A release says the buffalo has lacked “the consistency she had displayed in prior years.”
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  • Ralphie V Retires From CU

    BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – It’s the end of an era in Boulder. Specifically, it’s the end of the Raphie V era.
    The University of Colorado’s live mascot, Ralphie V, has officially retired. Ralphie V has been the live buffalo that’s trampled across the CU football field for 12 seasons. Ralphie turned 13 in October, and CU Athletics say she is in great health. A release says the buffalo has lacked “the consistency she had displayed in prior years.”
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  • What’s Heating Up Denver’s Food Scene This November

    (HOODLINE) – Denver’s palate is always changing so plenty of spots are always popping, so which tastes are trending today? We took a data-driven look at the question, using Yelp to analyze which eateries have been most discussed this month.
    To find out who made the list, we looked at Denver businesses on Yelp by category and counted how many reviews each received. Rather than compare them based on number of reviews alone, we calculated a percentage increase in reviews over
  • ACLU Files Lawsuit Against GEO, Alleges The Wrongful Death Of An Inmate

    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – The ACLU of Colorado has sued GEO, the contractor that operates the ICE facility in Aurora, over what they call a wrongful death of a legal permanent resident. The death happened in December 2017.
    In the suit, the group alleges that Kamyar Samimi died in custody after being cut off from methadone he’d legally been taking for 20 years to combat opioid withdrawal. The ACLU of Colorado Legal Director, Mark Silverstein, called the order “medically unjustifiab
  • Denver Family Escapes Burning Home Just After Midnight

    DENVER (CBS4)– An early morning fire on Tuesday forced a family out of their home in Denver’s Westwood neighborhood. The fire destroyed much of the home. (credit: CBS)
    Firefighters rushed to the home in the 4300 block of Center Avenue just before 1 a.m. Tuesday.The Denver Fire Department said three people and two dogs were inside at the time of the fire but they all escaped unharmed. (credit: CBS)
    The Red Cross helped the family find a place to stay the night.What sparked the fire is
  • WATCH: Police Officer Caught On Video Dancing Naked At Nightclub

    CONWAY, Ark. (CBS Local) — An off-duty Arkansas police officer who was caught on camera dancing naked at a nightclub has been suspended.
    The video shows Conway police officer Cebron Hackett dancing completely nude to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin'” and then struggling with a security guard at Discovery Nightclub in Little Rock.
    The video was brought to the attention of the Conway Police Chief Jody Spradlin on October 13, CBS affiliate KTHV reported. Hackett was sus
  • Snapchat Picture Of Gun In Backpack Leads Wiggins School To Send Some Students Home

    WIGGINS, Colo. (CBS4) – A Colorado student has been questioned and released to his parents after a Snapchat picture of a gun in a backpack prompted a lockdown and lock-in at Wiggins Schools Tuesday morning. The picture in question showed a gun in a backpack and was sent to a group chat with a caption suggesting a shooting at school.
    The photograph, shared Monday evening, was shown to the Wiggins School Superintendent Trent Kerr and Wiggins Police, who ordered the student detained as soon a
  • Aurora West College Prep Dean Tushar Rae Found Dead In Denver

    DENVER (CBS4) – An Aurora school administrator facing charges for making threats against to another administrator has been found dead in Denver. Aurora Police confirmed that Tushar Rae was found dead on Monday.
    Denver Police responded to the 5100 block of Hannibal Street in Denver on Monday around 9:30 a.m. A cause of death was not made immediately available from Denver’s coroner.
    Rae, a Dean of Instruction at Aurora West College Preparatory Academy, was arrested in April for ma
  • Legacy High School On Lockout Status During Threat Investigation

    BROOMFIELD, Colo. (CBS4)– Legacy High School in Broomfield was placed on lockout status Tuesday morning during a threat investigation. The threat against the school was made with an anonymous phone call.
    Per @Adams12 administration officials at Legacy HSreceived anonymous phone calls this morning making threats towards the school. The school immediately contacted us & district security, and began investigating the origin of the calls.
    — Broomfield Police (@BroomfieldPD) November
  • NTSB Reports Weather Disorientation Caused Pilot To Crash Plane In Lone Tree In 2018

    LONE TREE, Colo. (CBS4) – An NTSB report out Tuesday rules that a crash that left a pilot dead and an engine in the side of a Lone Tree home was caused by weather.
    67-year-old Robert Marquis was killed when his single-engine Cessna SR22 on May 11, 2018. The plane came down near a neighborhood in Douglas County. The engine from Marquis’ plane was lodged in the side of a home. No one on the ground was injured.
    (credit: CBS)
    Shortly after takeoff that night, Marquis requested to return
  • WATCH: Man Vandalizes Town’s ‘Parade Of Flags’ For Veterans Day

    WOOSTER, Ohio (CBS Local) — Just as America was honoring its military veterans, a man was caught on camera ruining a Veterans Day flag display in northeast Ohio.
    Surveillance video from a small business in Wooster shows the unidentified man pulling flags out of the ground and throwing them onto the ground. The video is dated November 6, five days before Veterans Day.
    “It disturbed me badly,” U.S. Army veteran Jim Fields told CBS affiliate WOIO. “That is probably the most
  • Woman Killed During Shootout With Loveland Police

    LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4)– One woman was killed and an officer injured in a shootout with Loveland police. The shooting happened Monday night after officers were called to a home to investigate a possible homicide. Police in Loveland investigate an officer-involved shooting on Cuchara Court. (credit: CBS)
    Officers rushed to a home in the 3300 block of Cuchara Court about 8:30 p.m. Monday. When they arrived, members of the SWAT team entered the home and found an adult female suspect in the hom
  • Threat Made To Wiggins School, Middle And High School Students Released For The Day

    WIGGINS, Colo. (CBS4) – A student has been questioned and released to his parents after a snapchat picture of a gun in a backpack prompted a lockdown and lock-in at Wiggins Schools Tuesday morning. The picture in question showed a gun in a backpack and was sent to a group chat with a caption suggesting a shooting at school.
    The photograph, shared Monday evening, was shown to the Wiggins School Superintendent Trent Kerr and Wiggins Police, who ordered the student detained as soon as he arri
  • U.S. Supreme Court Begins Hearing DACA Oral Arguments

    DENVER (CBS4) – The U.S. Supreme Court begins hearing arguments on whether or not it is legal to do away with the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy Tuesday morning.DACA was created by President Barack Obama back in 2012.
    (credit: CBS)
    The program allowed undocumented people who came to the U.S. before 2012, who were under the age of 31, and who had lived in the U.S. since 2007 to apply for deportation to be deferred and to become eligible for a work permit. The policy was meant
  • Colorado Weather: After Yesterday`s Return To Winter, We Quickly Warm Back Up

    DENVER (CBS4) – After officially reaching only 24 degrees in Denver on Monday, afternoon temperatures will be about 35 degrees warmer on Tuesday. Sunshine will also cover the entire state.
    (source: CBS)
    The same storm responsible for the frigid weather also brought 1.2 inches of snow. Denver’s snow total for the season is now 13.3 inches which is nearly a half foot above normal through this point in the season.
    (source: CBS)
    The next chance for any snow in Colorado will arrive this u

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