• Denver Public Schools staff fight for living wage

    Denver Public Schools staff fight for living wage
    DENVER, Colo. (CBS4) – Teachers don’t get paid enough. Much of the school staff parents haven’t met get paid even less, but they’re just as important. Denver Public Schools paraprofessionals, maintenance staff, nutrition workers, and others who keep schools functioning want a $5 raise. (credit: CBS)
    Many say they’re barely making enough to get by.These workers met at DPS headquarters Tuesday to rally, asking the district to meet their union demands and pay them at l
  • Colorado Weather: Breezy And Very Warm With Afternoon Storms Ahead Of Thursday Cool Front

    Colorado Weather: Breezy And Very Warm With Afternoon Storms Ahead Of Thursday Cool Front
    DENVER (CBS4) – A weather change is on the way to Colorado in the form of a cool front. It will drop temperatures about 10 degrees and kick off scattered showers and thunderstorms.Ahead of the front it will be a very warm to hot Wednesday around the state with widespread 80s and 90s. Some locations on the northeast plains could reach the low 100s where gusty wind and low relative humidity will combine with the very hot temperatures to create high fire danger into the evening.After temps co
  • Colorado nonprofit describes dangers of travelling for undocumented immigrants

    Colorado nonprofit describes dangers of travelling for undocumented immigrants
    DENVER (CBS4) – As the number of dead made the discovery of an abandoned tractor trailer packed with migrants the worst such tragedy in U.S. history, discussion again rose about the dangers of smuggling and life in the shadows of illegal immigration.
    “You’re not supposed to open up a truck and see stacks of bodies in there,” said San Antonio fire chief Charles Hood.
    The truck, with no air conditioning or water, was found near Interstate 35, leading to Minnesota, however t
  • CSU ‘making our world a little more sustainable’ with new turbine donation

    CSU ‘making our world a little more sustainable’ with new turbine donation
    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – Colorado State University is now on the leading front of research universities after obtaining a 3.5 megawatt gas turbine donation. The turbine, donated by Solar Turbines, is the largest research turbine of it’s type on any campus in the United States and is being prepared for installation at CSU’s Powerhouse campus in northern Fort Collins.Bret Windom, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering said the new turbine comes as the federal governmen
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  • Campaign 2022: Primary race for Colorado governor called for Heidi Ganahl

    Campaign 2022: Primary race for Colorado governor called for Heidi Ganahl
    DENVER (CBS4) – Most Colorado voters chose Heidi Ganahl over Greg Lopez to face Democratic incumbent Gov. Jared Polis in the November general election. Ganahl secured more than 53% of the vote.
    Ganahl recently sat down with CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd. She said she plans to reign in spending and – not just lower taxes – but eliminate the state income tax altogether. It comprises 68% of General Fund revenue a third of the budget.
    LINK: Colorado Primary Results
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  • Campaign 2022: Pam Anderson is projected winner of Colorado Secretary of State primary race

    Campaign 2022: Pam Anderson is projected winner of Colorado Secretary of State primary race
    DENVER (CBS4) – A majority of Colorado voters chose Pam Anderson to face incumbent Jena Griswold in the race for Secretary of State in the November general election, the AP says. Anderson beat Tina Peters, the embattled County Clerk from Mesa County.
    Anderson took 44.7% of the votes; Mike O’Donnell took 28.8%; and Peters secured 26.5%.
    LINK: Colorado Primary Results
    Anderson is a former Jefferson County Clerk and served as Executive Director of the Colorado County Clerks Associa
  • Campaign 2022: Joe O’Dea wins primary race for senate nomination

    Campaign 2022: Joe O’Dea wins primary race for senate nomination
    DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado’s U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet will face Joe O’Dea in November’s general election. O’Dea beat Ron Hanks with nearly 57% of the vote Tuesday night.
    O’Dea is a first-time candidate and construction company owner. He is not an election denier. In a recent interview with CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd, he said election conspiracy theories from his challenger, Ron Hanks, are why Democrats spent millions to make him the nominee.
    LINK: Colo
  • Colorado Springs man gored by bison at Yellowstone National Park

    Colorado Springs man gored by bison at Yellowstone National Park
    YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (CBS4) – A 34-year-old man from Colorado Springs suffered injuries after a bison gored him at Yellowstone National Park. The National Park Service says he was walking with his family on a boardwalk near Giant Geyser at Old Faithful on June 27.
    (credit: Cavan/Getty Images)
    A small herd of bison was nearby. They say a bull bison charged the group, goring the man. When the family didn’t move, the bison continued to gore the man, officials say.
    The ma
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  • Combination of facility smoke and stagnant weather puts some Coloradans at greater respiratory risk

    Combination of facility smoke and stagnant weather puts some Coloradans at greater respiratory risk
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) — For much of the morning on Tuesday, the smell of smoke permeated Denver. A combination of weather and a fire that ignited at an Englewood waste management facility were responsible for the smell.
    Denver Fire Department Public Information Officer Greg Pixley told CBS4’s Mekialaya White the deep-seated fire was burning in hundreds of thousands of pounds of trash. Crews worked for hours to drown the fire, and several factors, including power lines, led to a lon
  • Family Who Lost Son In Lake Granby Helps Create Multi-Agency Water Response Team

    Family Who Lost Son In Lake Granby Helps Create Multi-Agency Water Response Team
    (CBS4) – It’s been several years since Chris Mullinex was lost after a day with his friends at Lake Granby. It took days to locate his body. His mother, Dee Mullinex, is still fighting to make sure the tragedy her family experienced will not happen to another family.
    “We were almost at 4 days, Grand County had no availability of any kind of search and rescue so we were all newbies at this,” Mullinex admitted.
    (credit: CBS)
    “Nobody should have to sit and wait for som
  • Colorado Weather: Mid-Week Heat Before Cooling Trend

    Colorado Weather: Mid-Week Heat Before Cooling Trend
    DENVER(CBS)- On the weather map a high pressure ridge is bringing in lots of heat from the desert southwest in for Wednesday.
    (credit: CBS)
    Temperatures will be soaring into the 90s across many lower elevations with 70s to low 80s in the high country.
    (credit: CBS)
    The dry air and heat will elevate the fire danger over the extreme northeast corner of the state for Wednesday. Winds gusting up to 35 mph and relative humidity levels below 10 percent will give that area Red Flag Danger conditio
  • Denver businesses prepare for Stanley Cup parade: ‘It’s a massive boost’

    Denver businesses prepare for Stanley Cup parade: ‘It’s a massive boost’
    DENVER (CBS4) – Excitement continues to build as the big celebration for the Stanley Cup champions, the Colorado Avalanche, approaches. Among those preparing for the massive influx of fans are downtown business owners on or near the parade route.
    The parade itself will start at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday at Union Station, continue down 17th Street and south on Broadway before ending at Civic Center Park.
    (credit: CBS)
    “A lot of folks are going to be in our stores, so we’re really e
  • Denver aims to help combat climate change with price hike for trash service

    Denver aims to help combat climate change with price hike for trash service
    DENVER (CBS4)– The price of picking up trash is going up. Starting on Jan. 1, 2022, Denver residents will have to pay for trash pick up – people like Chris King.
    “I think the price of everything is going up. Why does the price of trash have to go up?”
    It will cost $9 a month for a 35 gallon trash can, $13 if you have a 65 gallon bin and $21 for a 95 gallon can. The flip side is there will be no charges for weekly recycling or compost pickup.
    (credit: CBS)
    Nancy Kuhn, a sp
  • Deputies Arrest Christopher Skyberg Following Months-Long Sexual Assault Investigation

    Deputies Arrest Christopher Skyberg Following Months-Long Sexual Assault Investigation
    LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office arrested Christopher Skyberg, of Evans, on multiple charges of unlawful sexual contact of a child and criminal attempt – sexual assault on a child. Investigators say they investigated Skyberg for about two months.
    Christopher Skyberg (credit: Larimer County)
    In late April, deputies say a parent of a 15-year-old girl called them saying Skyberg, 39, emailed and texted the young girl for sexual purposes. Detectives
  • Colorado Springs Woman Searching For Stolen Food Truck

    Colorado Springs Woman Searching For Stolen Food Truck
    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – A Colorado Springs woman says her food truck was stolen early Sunday morning right off of her property. Theresa Petruna tells KKTV she has surveillance video of the ordeal.
    (credit: CBS)
    Petruna says the 36-foot red trailer has license plates of ELV8PZA and a big red face with a smoke stack on top. Petruna says she’s losing about $24,000 in revenue.“Unfortunately, it’s kind of painful because I did use all of my savings for it,” Petr
  • Suspected Truck Thief Shot & Killed By Arvada Police

    Suspected Truck Thief Shot & Killed By Arvada Police
    ARVADA, Colo. (CBS4) – A call about a stolen vehicle ended with a shooting involving Arvada Police on Monday night. Police say they were called to the area near 58th Avenue and Wadsworth Boulevard at around 9 p.m.
    They say a Ford F-550 tire repair vehicle with a tractor trailer was unattended and running before it was taken. Using a tracking device, they found it near 61st Avenue and Wadsworth Boulevard — again unattended and running.
    Police say they approached the truck when a
  • Dozens restaurant fire leaves Denver employees without work

    Dozens restaurant fire leaves Denver employees without work
    DENVER (CBS4) – Dozens Restaurant was a gathering place as usual on Monday morning, but this time it was not for breakfast as usual. A walk-through showed parts of the ceiling collapsed, heavy fire damage in the kitchen and smoke damage in the front dining area.
    “So we’re going to be closed. And there’s no way around that,” said co-owner John England about the fire Saturday evening.
    “The kitchen looks as bad as you can imagine. It’s a mess but it sure lo
  • Halligan Fire spreads to 150 acres, 40% containment northwest of Fort Collins; no threats reported

    Halligan Fire spreads to 150 acres, 40% containment northwest of Fort Collins; no threats reported
    LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — The Halligan Fire was sparked by lighting strikes Monday evening in the area of the Halligan Reservoir outside of Livermore and northwest of Fort Collins. As of Tuesday at 10 p.m., the fire was at about 150 acres with 40% containment. There were no threats to people or structures.
    (credit: Livermore Fire)
    On Tuesday, Larimer County Sheriff’s Office tweeted it had taken command and increased air and ground resources responding to the fire.#HalliganFire20
  • Halligan Fire spreads to 125 acres, 0% containment northwest of Fort Collins; no threats reported

    Halligan Fire spreads to 125 acres, 0% containment northwest of Fort Collins; no threats reported
    LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — The Halligan Fire was sparked by lighting strikes Monday evening in the area of the Halligan Reservoir outside of Livermore and northwest of Fort Collins. As of Tuesday just before noon, the fire was at about 125 acres and remained at 0% containment. There were no threats to people or structures.
    (credit: Livermore Fire)
    On Tuesday, Larimer County Sheriff’s Office tweeted it had taken command and increased air and ground resources responding to the fire
  • Denver’s pay-as-you-throw recycling plan gets approved, aims to cut down on waste

    Denver’s pay-as-you-throw recycling plan gets approved, aims to cut down on waste
    (CBS4) — The pay-as-you-throw plan for recycling was approved in the City and County of Denver. City council voted to add new fees aimed to cut down on waste.
    (credit: CBS)
    It will cost Denver residents a bit based on how much waste created. All this is in hopes of helping to increase recycling in Denver.
    RELATED: Denver City Council Discusses Pay-As-You-Throw Fee To Reduce Waste, Increase Recycling
    Pay-as-you-throw serves as an incentive to Denver residents to reduce waste through a volum
  • Halligan Fire spreads to 100 acres, 0% containment northwest of Fort Collins; no threats reported

    Halligan Fire spreads to 100 acres, 0% containment northwest of Fort Collins; no threats reported
    LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — The Halligan Fire was sparked by lighting strikes Monday evening in the area of the Halligan Reservoir outside of Livermore and northwest of Fort Collins. As of Tuesday morning just after 10 .am., the fire was at about 100 acres and remained at 0% containment. There were no threats to people or structures.
    (credit: Livermore Fire)
    On Tuesday, Larimer County Sheriff’s Office tweeted it had taken command and increased air and ground resources responding t
  • Halligan Fire At 0% containment in area of reservoir in Larimer County, no threats reported

    Halligan Fire At 0% containment in area of reservoir in Larimer County, no threats reported
    LIVERMORE, Colo. (CBS4) — The response to a wildfire being called the Halligan Fire near Halligan Reservoir in Livermore continued Tuesday. Livermore Fire Protection District tweeted the burn was at about 50 acres as of 8:45 a.m. and had not reach any containment, remaining at 0%.
    (credit: Livermore Fire)
    On Tuesday, Larimer County Sheriff’s Office tweeted it had taken command and increased air and ground resources responding to the fire.#HalliganFire2022 – LCSO has assumed com
  • Chad Kuhl tosses 3-hit shutout, Rockies beat Dodgers 4-0 at Coors Field

    Chad Kuhl tosses 3-hit shutout, Rockies beat Dodgers 4-0 at Coors Field
    (AP) — Chad Kuhl crouched in a tunnel at Coors Field, sharing the moment with his parents on a FaceTime call as his phone kept buzzing with other messages of congratulations.
    The fact that the best start of his career came against the powerful Los Angeles Dodgers only made the night even more special.
    Kuhl pitched a three-hitter for his first major league shutout and the Colorado Rockies beat Los Angeles 4-0 on Monday.
    “We all want to win, but it’s just been one of those person
  • Fire at Waste Management transfer station in Englewood impacts air quality in parts of metro area

    Fire at Waste Management transfer station in Englewood impacts air quality in parts of metro area
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) — A fire at a Waste Management transfer station in Englewood Monday evening continued to impact the air quality of parts of the Denver metro area Tuesday morning.
    (credit: Kayleen Bosley)
    Many people reported a smoky smell and haze in the air when they were outside early in the morning.
    Denver Fire Department originally responded to a fire at the facility at 2400 W Union around 6 p.m. Monday evening, and Englewood Police Department confirmed fire crews were still re
  • Englewood Trash Fire Source Of Smoke And Smell Across Denver Tuesday Morning

    Englewood Trash Fire Source Of Smoke And Smell Across Denver Tuesday Morning
    DENVER (CBS4) – The weather played a role in why so many people woke up to the smell of fire in metro Denver on Tuesday. A light south wind and a temperature inversion were to blame.A fire at a trash facility in Englewood on Monday continued to smolder into the night. A strong temperature inversion on Tuesday morning trapped that smoke near the ground. A light wind from the south transported it and the smell into downtown Denver and portions of the eastern suburbs.Good morning #Englewood.
  • Dragondeer ready to get Denver dancing on Independence Eve

    Dragondeer ready to get Denver dancing on Independence Eve
    DENVER (CBS4) – Call it blues, call it funk, call it rock, but there is no doubt, Dragondeer puts all its energy into performing. Lead vocalist Eric Halborg and Cole Rudy, who plays pedal steel, put the band together more than a decade ago along with drummer Carl Sorenson.
    Bassist Hunter Roberts is the newest member, but these are four guys who thrive on each other’s energy.
    “We’re working on stage, but we’re also very open dudes which sometimes men aren’t nec
  • Aurora Police Investigating After Three Shot At City Park

    Aurora Police Investigating After Three Shot At City Park
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Aurora Police are working a triple shooting at City Park near 16th and Dayton. It happened Monday evening.#APDAlert Officers from all 3 Districts are investigating a shooting that occurred @ City Park, Dayton/16th.2 adult males & 1 adult female (early 20s) were shot. If you witnessed or have info, call @CrimeStoppersCO, or talk to PD on scene. pic.twitter.com/P0ewSvjjmS
    — Aurora Police Dept (@AuroraPD) June 28, 2022APD said it happened when a large gatherin
  • Witness in Tina Peters criminal case breaks his silence

    Witness in Tina Peters criminal case breaks his silence
    (CBS4) – A key witness in one of the state’s biggest election scandals is speaking out on the eve of the primary election. Jerry Wood says Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters, who is in the running to be the state’s chief election officer, is a thief and a liar who just wants attention.
    Peters says Wood is an opportunist who is just trying to prevent her from winning the Republican nomination for Secretary of State. In March, Peters was indicted by a Mesa County Grand Jury
  • Denver Police Investigating Shooting At Colfax And Marion

    Denver Police Investigating Shooting At Colfax And Marion
    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver Police are investigating a shooting along East Colfax. It happened late Monday night.
    There is no word from the department about the extent of injuries or suspect information.ALERT: #DPD is in the 1000 BLK E Colfax Ave investigating a shooting . 1 victim has been transported to a local hospital. pic.twitter.com/ZiEkHMMKTe
    — Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) June 28, 2022One person was taken to the hospital in unknown condition.
  • Even Before The Avalanche’s Stanley Cup Win, Colorado Has Been Evolving Into A Hockey Hotbed

    Even Before The Avalanche’s Stanley Cup Win, Colorado Has Been Evolving Into A Hockey Hotbed
    DENVER – Colorado could be the new epicenter of hockey now that the Colorado Avalanche have brought the state its third national hockey championship in just a few months. The Avalanche join the East High School boys hockey team and the Denver University men’s hockey teams as local organizations to win their respective national titles in 2022.
    “The state is just thriving right now with hockey. It is really exciting to see,” said Connor Caponi, one of the national champions
  • Gas station clerk describes truck theft & shooting in Denver

    Gas station clerk describes truck theft & shooting in Denver
    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver Police say one man was shot at a gas station near 9th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard on Monday. Police say the victim’s injuries do not appear to be life threatening.
    Investigators say a suspect tried to steal the victim’s vehicle when he was paying for gas. A second suspect in a separate vehicle later ran into the victim’s vehicle, police say.An employee at the gas station was cashing out the owner of a red pickup before he darted outside. The emplo
  • First Alert Traffic: I-70 Reopened In Glenwood Canyon

    First Alert Traffic: I-70 Reopened In Glenwood Canyon
    GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – A flash flood warning forced Interstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon to close Monday night. The warning expires at 9:15 p.m., but the interstate reopened at around 8:30 p.m.
    “Motorists should plan on the I-70 safety closure in Glenwood Canyon being in place through the remainder of the Flash Flood Warning. The safety closure may continue after the warning if there is flooding, mudslides or significant rainfall in the forecast for the immediate area,&rdq
  • Family wants answers in death of Denver cyclist: ‘Trying to seek justice’

    Family wants answers in death of Denver cyclist: ‘Trying to seek justice’
    DENVER (CBS4) – Javin Odegard’s family is in mourning. they say there are many more questions than answers in his death.
    Odegard’s sister, Lavita Garcia, held back tears as she spoke with CBS4’s Mekialaya White on Monday morning. She described her brother, a Denver native, as an adventurous and avid bicycle enthusiast.
    (credit: Garcia family)
    “He was always traveling the world. He was into playing his bass guitar. He had a big heart on him, and he helped everybody.
  • First Alert Traffic: I-70 Closed In Glenwood Canyon

    First Alert Traffic: I-70 Closed In Glenwood Canyon
    GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – A flash flood warning forced Interstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon to close Monday night. The warning expires at 9:15 p.m., but it’s possible it could be extended.
    The Colorado Department of Transportation says the closure spans both directions between the West Glenwood and Dotsero exits.#I70 eastbound: Road closed due to safety concerns between Exit 114 – West Glenwood and Exit 133 – Dotsero. Flash Flood Warning in effect until 9:15 p.m.
  • Colorado Weather: A Surge In The Heat Before Next Cool Down

    Colorado Weather: A Surge In The Heat Before Next Cool Down
    DENVER(CBS)- We have a broad ridge of high pressure sliding in over the central Rockies this will limit monsoon moisture over the state for Tuesday. This will also, bring in warmer temperatures statewide. East and west temps will rise into the 80s and 90s with mostly 70s in the mountains.
    (credit: CBS)
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    Wednesday will also, be a hot day as Colorado will be seeing a strong southwest flow that will allow a bit of moisture to return for a few more isolated afternoon thunderstorms.
  • Transformer Fire Sends Smoke Plume Up Over Denver & Littleton

    Transformer Fire Sends Smoke Plume Up Over Denver & Littleton
    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver firefighters rushed to the area near Union Avenue east of Federal Boulevard for a transformer fire. Denver Fire says no one is hurt, and there is no danger to the public.
    (credit: CBS)
    Smoke from the fire could be seen for miles. It’s not clear what caused the transformer to spark.
    (credit: CBS)
    No other information has been confirmed.
  • Fire At Waste Management Facility Sends Smoke Plume Up Over Denver & Littleton

    Fire At Waste Management Facility Sends Smoke Plume Up Over Denver & Littleton
    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver firefighters rushed to the area near Union Avenue east of Federal Boulevard for what they initially called a transformer fire. Denver Fire now says the fire occurred at a Waste Management facility.
    They say no one is hurt, and there is no danger to the public.
    (credit: CBS)
    Smoke from the fire could be seen for miles. It’s not clear what caused the fire.
    (credit: CBS)
    No other information has been confirmed.
  • ‘Bucket List’: Visit Cheyenne Frontier Days For The Rodeo, Music, Fun

    ‘Bucket List’: Visit Cheyenne Frontier Days For The Rodeo, Music, Fun
    CHEYENNE, Wyo. (CBS4) – Final preparations are underway for Cheyenne Frontier Days which starts July 22.
    (credit: CBS)
    “We’re just looking forward to having some people come visit us in Cheyenne,” said Tom Hirsig the CEO of Cheyenne Frontier Days. “Cheyenne Frontier days is similar to like the Kentucky Derby or the Indy 500. It’s one of those things you have to experience.”
    The “Daddy of ‘Em All” is one of the largest rodeos on the cont
  • Alan ‘Haley’ Mill Held On $1 Million Bond After Alleged Hit-And-Run Of Cyclists

    Alan ‘Haley’ Mill Held On $1 Million Bond After Alleged Hit-And-Run Of Cyclists
    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo (CBS4) – The suspect driver wanted in a collision with two cyclists on Highway 40 earlier this month remains in custody on a $1 million cash bond. Alan “Haley” Mill, 38, was arrested last week after a Medina Alert.
    Alan ‘Haley’ Mill (credit: Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office)
    Mill is facing several charges including first-degree aggravated assault with a weapon, hit-and-run serious bodily injury and a parole violation.
    A sheriff’s
  • Climber Rescued From Boulder’s First Flatiron

    Climber Rescued From Boulder’s First Flatiron
    BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Boulder County Sheriff’s deputies responded to Chautauqua Park Monday morning for a stuck climber. They say a 47-year-old woman tried to free solo on a rock formation known as “The Spy” when she veered off the correct route and ended up on the face of the first Flatiron.
    (credit: Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images)
    Other climbers called 911 and told authorities she was uninjured and in a safe location.
    Boulder Open Space Mountain Parks and the Roc
  • Frontier and Spirit stocks fall heading into key merger vote

    Frontier and Spirit stocks fall heading into key merger vote
    (AP) – Shares of Frontier Airlines and Spirit Airlines tumbled Monday after their improved merger proposal won a key endorsement just days ahead of a crucial shareholder vote. Frontier CEO Barry Biffle said Monday that he is optimistic Spirit shareholders will approve Frontier’s latest stock-and-cash offer for Spirit when they vote Thursday.
    “I think we have a lot of momentum, so we feel really good,” Biffle said in an interview.
    Frontier is trying to fend off an attempt
  • Marlin Briscoe, 1st Black starting QB in AFL, dies at 76

    Marlin Briscoe, 1st Black starting QB in AFL, dies at 76
    (AP) – Marlin Briscoe, who became the first Black starting quarterback in the American Football League more than 50 years ago, died Monday. His daughter, Angela Marriott, told The Associated Press that Briscoe, 76, died of pneumonia at a hospital in Norwalk, California. He had been hospitalized with circulation issues in his legs.DEC 14 1968, DEC 15 1968 Denver Broncos (Action) Denver quarterback Marlin Briscoe is unaware that a battle is occurring behind him in the first quarter Saturday.
  • Avs Faithful Rush To Buy ‘Stanley Cup Champions’ Gear

    Avs Faithful Rush To Buy ‘Stanley Cup Champions’ Gear
    (CBS4)– Colorado Avalanche fans are lining up to get their hands on Stanley Cup Championship gear. Many sports stores were open until midnight Sunday and opened again to a rush of fans Monday morning. (credit: CBS)
    Amid piles of burgundy and blue inside the DICK’S Sporting Good store at Park Meadows Mall, eager shoppers are sifting through Stanley Cup shwag. They’re all searching for that perfect fit to represent their new champions.“I’m buying a shirt to celebrate,
  • 1 Man Shot While Pumping Gas In Denver, Police Say

    1 Man Shot While Pumping Gas In Denver, Police Say
    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver Police say one man was shot at a gas station near 9th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard on Monday. Police say the victim’s injuries do not appear to be life threatening.
    Investigators say a suspect tried to steal the victim’s vehicle when he was getting gas. The suspect allegedly got inside the vehicle, but not in the driver’s seat. A second suspect in a separate vehicle ran into the victim’s vehicle, police say.ALERT: #DPD is investigating a shoo
  • WATCH: Colorado Avalanche dent Stanley Cup during postgame celebration

    WATCH: Colorado Avalanche dent Stanley Cup during postgame celebration
    By Austin Nivison
    (CBS SPORTS) – Moments after receiving the Stanley Cup, the Colorado Avalanche made a serious impact on the trophy. As the team was gathering for a photo, Nicolas Aube-Kubel took a spill and gave the Cup a nice dent.
    TAMPA, FLORIDA – JUNE 26: Nicolas Aube-Kubel #16 of the Colorado Avalanche hands the Stanley Cup to Ryan Murray #28 after defeating the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 in Game Six of the 2022 NHL Stanley Cup Final at Amalie Arena on June 26, 2022 in Tampa, Flor
  • Joseph Van Eck Sentenced To 162 Years To Life In Prison For Series Of Sexual Assaults

    Joseph Van Eck Sentenced To 162 Years To Life In Prison For Series Of Sexual Assaults
    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Joseph Van Eck has been sentenced to 162 years to life in prison for multiple sexual assaults in the Denver metro area. The First Judicial District Attorney’s Office in Jefferson County said Eck committed the crimes on four women between April and September 2020. Joseph Van Eck (credit: Jeffco Sheriff)
    The victims were all unhoused women. Investigators said that Van Eck offered them a ride and then drove them to a remote area in Jefferson County where
  • Coloradans have access to free HIV and STI testing on National HIV Testing Day

    Coloradans have access to free HIV and STI testing on National HIV Testing Day
    DENVER (CBS4) – Coloradans get a free HIV test across the state thanks to multiple programs and initiatives through the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The push comes on National HIV Testing Day which was first observed on June 27, 1995.
    This year, the CDPHE, Walgreens and the Greater Than AIDS initiative are encouraging Coloradans to get tested by using the theme “HIV Testing is Self-Care.”
    Individuals can order a free at-home test online which can test f
  • Avs Arrive Home With Stanley Cup

    Avs Arrive Home With Stanley Cup
    DENVER (CBS4)– The Colorado Avalanche returned home on Monday afternoon with the Stanley Cup. This is the third time the team has brought the cup home.
    (credit: CBS)
    The Avs won the Stanley Cup for the third time in franchise history and first in more than two decades by beating the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 in Game 6 of the final on Sunday night.
    The celebration will continue with a championship parade on Thursday.
    (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
    The pre-parade rally starts at Civic C
  • Kadri’s Stanley Cup victory serves as an added reason to celebrate for Nonprofit Black Girl Hockey Club

    Kadri’s Stanley Cup victory serves as an added reason to celebrate for Nonprofit Black Girl Hockey Club
    (CBS4) — Nonprofit Black Girl Hockey Club was also celebrating the Colorado Avalanche Stanley Cup victory Sunday night, particularly excited for Stanley Cup champion Nazem Kadri, a Canadian of Lebanese descent.
    The club advocates for Black women in ice hockey, and after the Avs were crowned champion, the nonprofit also took the chance to celebrate Kadri’s victory as a personal of color in a sport that historically has more barriers to entry for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of
  • Homemade Explosive Components Found Inside Burning Home In Boulder County

    Homemade Explosive Components Found Inside Burning Home In Boulder County
    BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Firefighters found homemade explosive components in the basement of a home that exploded on Sunday night. Crews rushed to the home in the 7000 block of Durham Circle in Boulder County about 6:40 p.m. Sunday.Everyone inside the home was able to get out safely but two pets were still inside when firefighters arrived. The residents told first responders that there was an explosion in the basement before they arrived.Several neighboring properties were evacuated a
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