• Von Miller Praises Drew Lock’s Abilities: ‘Just Want To Be Here When He Gets Famous’

    Von Miller Praises Drew Lock’s Abilities: ‘Just Want To Be Here When He Gets Famous’
    DENVER (AP) – Linebacker Von Miller on Thursday praised Denver Broncos rookie Drew Lock, who is practicing this week for the first time since the preseason. Miller called him a “star in the making” and said “I just want to be here when he gets famous. He’s going to kill it. He’s got everything you need.”
    Von Miller (credit: CBS)
    “The other day he ran out and did like a little bootleg and threw it. It was an incomplete pass, but I’ve seen a lo
  • Steamboat Ski Area Celebrates Earliest Opening In History, Vail Opens For Season

    Steamboat Ski Area Celebrates Earliest Opening In History, Vail Opens For Season
    STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4)– There are two more Colorado resorts open for skiing and snowboarding this weekend. Steamboat and Vail opened the chairlifts on Friday. (credit: Steamboat)
    Steamboat opened in its earliest opening date ever. Vail also got skiers on the slopes.(credit: Vail Resorts)
    Other resorts like Crested Butte, Beaver Creek and Aspen are set to open later this month. (credit: Steamboat)
    Several ski areas, like Arapahoe Basin, Loveland Ski Area, Keystone and Breckenridge
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  • Kelsey Berreth Murder: Inmate Says Patrick Frazee Asked Him To Kill Krystal Lee

    Kelsey Berreth Murder: Inmate Says Patrick Frazee Asked Him To Kill Krystal Lee
    CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo. (AP) — A jail inmate says a Colorado rancher charged with beating the mother of his child to death asked him multiple times to kill the key witness in the case. Patrick Frazee is accused of beating 29-year-old Kelsey Berreth to death with a baseball bat and burning her body. Berreth was last seen nearly a year ago while shopping with the couple’s 1-year-old daughter. Her body hasn’t been found.
    Kelsey Berreth (credit: Woodland Park Police)
    The jail inmate t
  • Cable Contractors Will Not Face Charges In Deadly Explosion At Heather Gardens In Aurora

    Cable Contractors Will Not Face Charges In Deadly Explosion At Heather Gardens In Aurora
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Aurora Fire Rescue confirms no charges will be brought against Comcast and its contractors, one year after a deadly explosion at an Aurora retirement home. An 82-year-old woman was killed in the explosion and fire at Heather Gardens on Nov. 16, 2018.
    Copter4 flew over the fire at Heather Gardens (credit: CBS)
    Investigators concluded that utility locates were not conducted near the retirement home on or around the date of the explosion. The contractors were digging to
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  • 4 Matchups To Watch In Broncos vs. Vikings Game

    4 Matchups To Watch In Broncos vs. Vikings Game
    (CBS4) – The Denver Broncos (3-6) are back from their bye week and the head to Minnesota to face the 7-3 Vikings. As of Friday, Denver is a 10-point underdog and are looking for their second road win of the season. Here are four matchups to watch for in Sunday’s bout.
    Broncos Alexander Johnson vs Vikings Dalvin Cook
    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook has been on a tear this season. Cook leads the NFL with 991 yards and is the reigning NFC Offensive Player of the Week. With Vi
  • Colorado Weather: Shift To Colder, Wet Pattern Possible By Thanksgiving

    Colorado Weather: Shift To Colder, Wet Pattern Possible By Thanksgiving
    DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado is set to enjoy another nice fall weekend with mostly dry conditions and temperatures running above normal for this time of year. We say ‘mostly dry’ because there will be a weather disturbance passing through Wyoming on Saturday that will be close enough to create scattered rain and snow showers, especially in the northern mountains. There is a small chance a few of those could affect Denver and the northeast plains sometime Saturday afternoon or eveni
  • Eagles And Patriots Meet For First Time Since Super Bowl LII

    Eagles And Patriots Meet For First Time Since Super Bowl LII
    (CBS Philadelphia) — The New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles have a few things in common going into this Sunday’s rematch of Super Bowl LII. Each team is embroiled in a somewhat unexpected division race. Each team has a formerly potent offense that can’t seem to stay in gear from week to week. And each team is coming off a Week 10 bye.
    The Patriots lost their last game to the surging Baltimore Ravens, ruining a perfect record. That same Sunday the better-than-expected
  • WWE Superstar Sonya Deville: ‘Had To Find A Way To Be Comfortable With Who I Was’

    WWE Superstar Sonya Deville: ‘Had To Find A Way To Be Comfortable With Who I Was’
    (CBSNY/CBS Local) — Growing up in New Jersey, Sonya Deville spent the majority of her life dating men. It was the norm, and it wasn’t really anything she ever questioned, although there were likely times when her love life was like trying to fit a square peg through a round hole. Maybe it wasn’t so much as denial as it was missing the obvious. The future WWE Superstar almost had to get hit over the head with her own sexuality to figure everything out. Her epiphany finally came
  • Body Found In Concrete In Adams County Apartment; Homicide Suspect Russell Montoya Jr. Arrested

    Body Found In Concrete In Adams County Apartment; Homicide Suspect Russell Montoya Jr. Arrested
    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Adams County detectives have arrested a man named Russell Montoya Jr. in connection with a homicide reported last week. The homicide happened at 7899 York Street in unincorporated Adams County.
    Russell Montoya Jr. (credit: Adams County Sheriff)
    Detectives went to the house with a search warrant on Nov. 8. At the scene, detectives confirmed that a shooting and a homicide happened inside an apartment there. Deputies took Montoya into custody at the apartment, and
  • Police: Benjamin Casillas-Rocha, Denver Mosque Threat Suspect, Was Holding Air Rifle

    Police: Benjamin Casillas-Rocha, Denver Mosque Threat Suspect, Was Holding Air Rifle
    DENVER (CBS4) – A man who held up what appeared to be an assault rifle in a threatening manner outside a Denver mosque was only holding an air rifle. That’s according to Denver police, who released a photo of suspect Benjamin Casillas-Rocha on Friday following Thursday’s disturbance.
    (credit: CBS)
    Investigators said Casillas-Rocha, 24, was the man who was on some sort of drug when he approached four people late in the afternoon who were standing outside Masjid Al-Shuhada Downto
  • Boyd Found In Concrete In Adams County Apartment; Homicide Suspect Russell Montoya Jr. Arrested

    Boyd Found In Concrete In Adams County Apartment; Homicide Suspect Russell Montoya Jr. Arrested
    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Adams County detectives have arrested a man named Russell Montoya Jr. in connection with a homicide reported last week. The homicide happened at 7899 York Street in unincorporated Adams County.
    Russell Montoya Jr. (credit: Adams County Sheriff)
    Detectives went to the house with a search warrant on Nov. 8. At the scene, detectives confirmed that a shooting and a homicide happened inside an apartment there. Deputies took Montoya into custody at the apartment, and
  • Homicide Suspect Arrested In Adams County; Search For Body Continues

    Homicide Suspect Arrested In Adams County; Search For Body Continues
    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Adams County detectives have arrested a man in connection with a homicide reported last week. The homicide happened at 7899 York Street in unincorporated Adams County.
    (credit: Adams County Sheriff)
    Detectives went to the house with a search warrant on November 8th. At the scene, detectives confirmed that a shooting and a homicide happened inside an apartment there. Deputies took Russell Montoya Jr. into custody at the apartment, and identified the victim as an
  • Police: Benjamin Casillas-Rocha, Man Who Threatened Denver Mosque, Was Holding Air Rifle

    Police: Benjamin Casillas-Rocha, Man Who Threatened Denver Mosque, Was Holding Air Rifle
    DENVER (CBS4) – A man who held up what appeared to be an assault rifle in a threatening manner outside a Denver mosque was only holding an air rifle. That’s according to Denver police, who released a photo of suspect Benjamin Casillas-Rocha on Friday following Thursday’s disturbance.
    (credit: CBS)
    Investigators said Casillas-Rocha, 24, was the man who was on some sort of drug when he approached four people late in the afternoon who were standing outside Masjid Al-Shuhada Downto
  • Jonathan Estrada Pleads Guilty To Gun Store Break-Ins, Thefts

    Jonathan Estrada Pleads Guilty To Gun Store Break-Ins, Thefts
    DENVER (CBS4) — A 20-year-old Denver man pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal charges alleging his involvement in two smash-and-grab break-ins at firearms dealerships and an armed carjacking.
    Jonathan Estrada signed a plea agreement with prosecutors who accused him of being part of a violent organization that stole vehicles and guns.
    Per the details stipulated the plea agreement, Estrada and another person burglarized Reloader’s Corner in Arvada on September 19, 2017. The pair threw r
  • Parent Feels ‘Completely Betrayed’ After Learning Day Care Operator Hid Children Behind Wall

    Parent Feels ‘Completely Betrayed’ After Learning Day Care Operator Hid Children Behind Wall
    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Charges could be filed against the owner of an overcrowded day care operation after police found 26 children and two adults safe and sound but hidden behind a wall inside her home this week. Carla Faith, 58, runs the Play Mountain Place day care on her property along Willamette Avenue in Colorado Springs. Officers contacted her after reports that the day care had more children than permitted.
    (credit: CBS)
    Faith would not cooperate with officers when they c
  • The Nutcracker Fantasy Sweepstakes

    The Nutcracker Fantasy Sweepstakes
    Enter to win tickets or a VIP Night to this Colorado Ballet production!
  • Aurora Girl Who Ran Away From Home Needs Medication

    Aurora Girl Who Ran Away From Home Needs Medication
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Aurora police are asking for the public’s help trying to find a girl who ran away from home. The girl — who goes by “Lady” — needs medication twice a day, so it’s critical that she is found soon.
    (credit: Aurora Police)
    She was last seen at 4 p.m. on Thursday at East 22nd Avenue and Sable Boulevard.
    Police say she is a young teen and is small and thin and was last seen wearing a black hoodie, jeans and blue shoes.
  • Gas Line Cut in Centennial; Strong Odor Possible

    Gas Line Cut in Centennial; Strong Odor Possible
    CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4) – South Metro Fire and Xcel gas crews are working to seal a gas leak in Centennial. It’s happening near the intersection of Fulton and Easter.
    No fire is burning, and there are no injuries or evacuations. Firefighters are warning of a strong odor possible in the area.
  • No Students Injured After Car Hits School Bus On Leetsdale in Denver

    No Students Injured After Car Hits School Bus On Leetsdale in Denver
    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver Police have cleared the scene of an accident at Leetsdale and Oneida. A car hit the side of a school bus.
    No students were hurt, though one was taken to the hospital as a precaution after being shook up. 21 students were on board. 19 were taken to the Hill Campus of Arts and Sciences, 1 was taken to the hospital as a precaution, and 1 was picked up by a parent from the scene.
    The driver of the car was cited for disobedience to a traffic signal.
  • 4 Things To Do In Denver This Weekend: Fashion Week, Holiday Festival

    4 Things To Do In Denver This Weekend: Fashion Week, Holiday Festival
    The 33rd Annual Holiday Food and Gift Festival returns to Denver. Today through Sunday, head to the National Western Complex to get a head start on holiday shopping. Tickets are $14.50 for adults. Kids 12 and under are free.hfgf.com
    Load up your friends and family into a car and experience the holidays like never before! Drive through acres of light displays while listening to holiday music at Christmas in Color. Head to Federal Heights or Morrison now through the first week of January for the c
  • Mason Plumlee Gives Nuggets Boost Off The Bench, Denver Rallies Past Nets 101-93

    Mason Plumlee Gives Nuggets Boost Off The Bench, Denver Rallies Past Nets 101-93
    DENVER (AP) — Nikola Jokic had plenty of postgame jokes — about the bench and especially about Paul Millsap.
    The Denver big man was simply in a playful mood after another come-from-behind win.
    Jokic had 18 points and 10 rebounds, Mason Plumlee provided a boost off the bench and the Nuggets wore down the Brooklyn Nets in a 101-93 win Thursday night.
    For that, Jokic credited the bench’s second-half performance.
    “Not that much in the first half,” he quipped before patt
  • Cornerback Davontae Harris Thriving With Denver Broncos

    Cornerback Davontae Harris Thriving With Denver Broncos
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — The turning point for the Denver Broncos’ scrambled secondary came on cutdown day last summer more than a thousand miles away in Cincinnati.
    Davontae Harris’ cellphone buzzed and the Bengals’ 2018 fifth-round draft pick from Illinois State wasn’t really surprised Cincinnati was cutting him. The team had a new coaching staff and was set at cornerback and gunner.
    credit: (CBS)
    “They wanted me to come back later that day to sign on for the
  • Oilers Snap Colorado Avalanche’s 3-Game Win Streak

    Oilers Snap Colorado Avalanche’s 3-Game Win Streak
    EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Edmonton’s Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl are ranked first and second in scoring after career nights.
    McDavid had three goals and three assists and Draisaitl had five assists — career highs for points in a game for both players — as the Oilers beat the Colorado Avalanche 6-2 on Thursday night.
    Draisaitl leads the league with 41 points in 21 games, followed by McDavid with 37 points.
    “You have nights where you feel good and not so good. To
  • Denver Weather: Approaching 70 Degrees Today, Quick Rain/Snow Mix Tomorrow

    Denver Weather: Approaching 70 Degrees Today, Quick Rain/Snow Mix Tomorrow
    DENVER (CBS4) – Westerly “downsloping” winds will push temperatures into the upper 60s to near near 70 degrees in Denver on Friday. That’s nearly 20 degrees above normal for the middle November 20.
    The same westerly flow will also generate large mountain wave clouds. These clouds will stay parked along the Front Range for most of the day and will keep temperatures below their potential. Without the clouds, metro area temperatures would soar well into the 70s.
    (source: CBS
  • Former Principal Who Banned LGBTQ-Themed Books Indicted On Child Porn Charges

    Former Principal Who Banned LGBTQ-Themed Books Indicted On Child Porn Charges
    WINCHESTER, Ky. (CBS Local) — A former Kentucky school principal who made headlines 10 years ago for trying to ban classroom books with “homosexual” content has been indicted on child pornography charges.
    Phillip Todd Wilson, 54, of Winchester, was arrested on 30 charges of child pornography-related offenses in August, but a grand jury indicted him on fewer charges, 17 in all, the Lexington Herald-Leader reported Tuesday.
    Wilson was principal of the Clark County Area Technology
  • Records: Police Used Snapchat Video To Track Down Armed Robbery Suspect

    Records: Police Used Snapchat Video To Track Down Armed Robbery Suspect
    BEAUFORT, S.C. (CBS Local) — Police in South Carolina were able to to track down a teenager out on bail for an attempted murder charge after he allegedly brandished a stolen gun in a Snapchat video, according to court and police records.
    Gecoby Daise, 17, of Beaufort, is being held without bail at the Beaufort County Detention Center on an armed robbery charge, The Island Packet reported.
    Police say a man told them in late October that Daise contacted him via Snapchat inquiring about a gun
  • Fantasy Football Start And Sit Week 11: Sit Carson Wentz, Start Philip Rivers At QB This Week

    Fantasy Football Start And Sit Week 11: Sit Carson Wentz, Start Philip Rivers At QB This Week
    (CBS Local/CBS Philly)- There are three weeks left in the regular season for most fantasy leagues, which means it is crunch time. Lineup decisions can make or break your seeding heading into the playoffs.
    As we do each week, the experts from Fantasy Football Today, have crunched the numbers and have their picks for which players to definitely have in your lineup and which players to avoid in Week 11. There are no surprises when it comes to the quarterback who should sit this week.
    Philadelphia E
  • Weld County Chase & Shootout: Officer Wounded, 1 Suspect Dead, Another Hurt

    Weld County Chase & Shootout: Officer Wounded, 1 Suspect Dead, Another Hurt
    EVANS, Colo. (CBS4) – One person is dead after a police chase and an officer-involved shooting in Weld County overnight. An officer was also shot in the arm and another person was hurt in the course of events, which came to an end at 37th Street and Marigold Street in Evans.
    Bullet holes in a police car windshield. (credit: Greeley Police)
    The situation started at 9 p.m. Thursday night. Greeley police responded to a call about shots fired at 13th Avenue and 26th Street in Greeley. At that
  • These Aurora Spots Will Satisfy Your Poke Craving

    These Aurora Spots Will Satisfy Your Poke Craving
    (HOODLINE) – Looking to sample the best poke around town? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top poke outlets in Aurora, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to fill the bill.
    November is one of the top months of the year for consumer spending at food and beverage shops across the Aurora area, according to data on local business transactions from Womply, a provider of reputation management and direct response marketing&n
  • 2020 Census Getting Set To Hire People In Colorado

    2020 Census Getting Set To Hire People In Colorado
    DENVER (CBS4)– Ahead of the 2020 United States Census, the government is working to hire temporary employees in Denver. Approximately 1,500 employees will help count the population of Colorado, which eventually will impact federal funding and congressional representation in the state.
    (credit: CBS)
    Thursday, the United States Census team hosted a hiring event in the Denver Central Library. Those passing by were welcomed to stop in the hiring event to apply. The process was quick, and compl
  • 26 Children Found Hidden Behind False Wall At Day Care Owner’s Home In Colorado Springs

    26 Children Found Hidden Behind False Wall At Day Care Owner’s Home In Colorado Springs
    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) — Officials investigating complaints about a day care in Colorado Springs found more than two dozen children — all under the age of 3 — behind a false wall that led to the basement of the owner’s home. Police say the owner, 58-year-old Carla Faith, refused to cooperate with officers.
    The Department of Human Services asked the Colorado Springs Police Department to help with a welfare check at the Play Mountain Place on Wednesday. Officials sa
  • Safety Of Raw Pet Food Under Fire In Colorado Courts

    Safety Of Raw Pet Food Under Fire In Colorado Courts
    DENVER (CBS4) – What your dog eats for dinner wouldn’t normally be something one would think as a controversial topic, but it’s been stirring up a storm in state and federal courts in Colorado. The debate is over the safety of raw pet food, which has become a popular trend for many pet owners across the state.
    Arlo enjoy a raw meat bone in Stapleton (credit: Kati Weis, CBS4)
    One raw pet food company, Lystn, which makes Answers pet food, says its products are healthier than trad
  • Tundra The Grizzly Bear Prepares For Hibernation By Digging Den At Denver Zoo

    Tundra The Grizzly Bear Prepares For Hibernation By Digging Den At Denver Zoo
    DENVER (CBS4)– The Denver Zoo’s grizzly bear is making herself right at home for the winter months. The zoo shared a time-lapse video of Tundra building her den Thursday. (credit: Denver Zoo)
    Right now, wild grizzly bears are hibernating. Tundra is simply following her instincts.The zoo staff said they’re leaving Tundra alone as she prepares for hibernation and are monitoring her using remote cameras.
  • Chad Faubus Didn’t Pay Contractors For Work, Instead Threatened Them With ICE Reports

    Chad Faubus Didn’t Pay Contractors For Work, Instead Threatened Them With ICE Reports
    BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4)– A Boulder man who didn’t pay contractors for work they did on his home but instead threatened to report them to ICE, had been ordered to pay more than $23,000 in restitution. Chad Faubus was arrested last year on charges relating to theft, fraud and criminal extortion and was recently sentenced to four years of probation in addition to the required restitution.Chad Faubus (credit: Boulder County)
    CBS4 spoke with one of the contractors scammed by Faubus, who ask
  • Suicide Prevention Takes Center Court At Foundation Game Between Arapahoe, Regis High Schools

    Suicide Prevention Takes Center Court At Foundation Game Between Arapahoe, Regis High Schools
    CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4) – It was a game that changed Marley Delaney’s life. The game where Arapahoe and Regis high schools took to the court to play against each other, but they were actually on the same side.
    (credit: CBS)
    “The game last year was awesome,” Delaney, now a senior at Arapahoe High School, said. “I’ve never played in front of that many people before.”
    More than 2,000 people filled the bleachers at Arapahoe High School, but they weren&rsquo
  • Salida Police Issue Warrant For False Reporting For Curtis William White

    Salida Police Issue Warrant For False Reporting For Curtis William White
    SALIDA, Colo. (CBS4) – The Salida Police Department is asking for help locating a suspect accused of false reporting in a case that ended with a homeowner’s dog shot by police. Officers have issued a warrant for Curtis William White for the incident on Oct. 23rd.
    Salida police have issued a warrant for false reporting for Curtis William White. (credit: Salida Police Department)
    Investigators said White has two existing warrants, including one for felony drug charges. He’s accus
  • Lyft To Add 200 Long-Range Electric Vehicles In Denver Next Month

    Lyft To Add 200 Long-Range Electric Vehicles In Denver Next Month
    DENVER (CBS4) – Lyft is bringing 200 long-range electric rideshare vehicles to Denver as part of its Express Drive program. Gov. Jared Polis and Mayor Michael Hancock were present for the announcement Thursday in Denver.
    Lyft, alongside Gov. Jared Polis and Mayor Michael Hancock, announced Thursday it is bringing 200 long-range electric rideshare vehicles to its fleet in Denver. (credit: Lyft)
    The 200 electric vehicles, which will be hitting the road in December, represent the largest sing
  • Investigators Believe Texts From Kelsey Berreth’s Phone Written By Murder Suspect Patrick Frazee

    Investigators Believe Texts From Kelsey Berreth’s Phone Written By Murder Suspect Patrick Frazee
    TELLER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Closing arguments in the Patrick Frazee murder trial could come as early as Friday. Frazee is on trial for the murder of his daughter’s mother, Kelsey Berreth.
    Prosecutors believe Berreth was murdered in her Woodland Park home in Colorado. She was last seen on Thanksgiving Day 2018 on security video at a grocery store.
    Kelsey Berreth (credit: Woodland Park Police)
    On Thursday, jurors heard testimony about text messages sent from Berreth’s phone on T
  • CPW Untangles Pronghorn With Locked Antlers In Larimer County

    CPW Untangles Pronghorn With Locked Antlers In Larimer County
    LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers came to the rescue of two pronghorn bucks whose antlers became locked near Livermore. The incident was reported to wildlife officers by some elk hunters on Oct. 24.
    Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials were called to help separate two pronghorn whose antlers became locked near Livermore. (credit: CPW NE Region)
    CPW responded to a private property off of Cherokee Park Road near the Cherokee State Wildlife area. Officers ca
  • ‘He Dragged My Pants Right Off Me’: Colorado Man Gored By Deer That Officials Believe Was Raised By People

    ‘He Dragged My Pants Right Off Me’: Colorado Man Gored By Deer That Officials Believe Was Raised By People
    FRANKTOWN, Colo. (CBS4) – Officials have euthanized a deer believed to have charged a woman and gored her husband outside their home in Franktown on Wednesday. The 2-year-old buck was wearing a fluorescent orange collar — and officials believe it was raised by people and recently set free in the area.
    (credit: Colorado Parks and Wildlife)
    Jordan Winn told CBS4 he and his wife saw what they described as a “friendly deer,” fitted with an orange dog collar, on the other side
  • Arrest Made After Man Points Gun At Worshippers Outside Denver Mosque

    Arrest Made After Man Points Gun At Worshippers Outside Denver Mosque
    DENVER (CBS4) – Police in Denver arrested a man near 30th and Downing after reports of a man outside a mosque with a gun. The suspect ran away from the scene and officers caught up with him nearby.
    Copter4 flew over the scene on Thursday evening (credit: CBS)
    Around 4:45 p.m., investigators said the man approached four people who were standing outside the mosque and pointed a long gun at them. Officers said the man made anti-Muslim remarks but did not fire the weapon.
    “He clearly thr
  • A Trip Into Colorado’s Largest Gold Mine, Where The Modern Gold Rush Is On

    A Trip Into Colorado’s Largest Gold Mine, Where The Modern Gold Rush Is On
    CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo. (CBS4) – Colorado was built on mining, especially on gold. Today in Teller County, that gold is providing jobs and helping fund communities.
    Cripple Creek (credit: CBS)
    In Cripple Creek, fortunes in gold have been made and lost. If the numerous old mine relics could speak, they could tell all kinds of classic Colorado stories.
    “The mine has been an integral part of the community as far as a large employer and providing help on the economic side and has been huge
  • Auraria Campus Installs Largest Singular Rooftop Solar Array In Downtown Denver

    Auraria Campus Installs Largest Singular Rooftop Solar Array In Downtown Denver
    DENVER (CBS4) – After years of student surveys and requests, the Auraria Campus in Downtown Denver has installed the largest singular rooftop solar array in the downtown area. More than 2,100 solar panels were installed atop the Auraria Library in a project that took more than a year to complete.
    (credit: CBS)
    “It is going to generate just over a million kilowatt hours annually,” said Chris Herr, sustainability Officer for the Auraria Campus. “We actually did a survey to
  • Palisade High School Closes Early After 300 Students Become Sick

    Palisade High School Closes Early After 300 Students Become Sick
    PALISADE, Colo. (CBS4) – A high school in western Colorado closed Thursday after more than 300 students became ill. Officials with Mesa County Valley School District 51 said Palisade High School will be closed Friday so crews can clean the campus.
    (credit: ThinkStock)
    On the district’s website, officials wrote, “Student and staff health and safety is always a priority, and we feel that closing the school for cleaning, and to allow students and staff to rest and not continue to
  • Palisade High School Closes Early After 300 Students Become Ill

    Palisade High School Closes Early After 300 Students Become Ill
    PALISADE, Colo. (CBS4) – A high school in western Colorado closed Thursday after more than 300 students became ill. Officials with Mesa County Valley School District 51 said Palisade High School will be closed Friday so crews can clean the campus.
    On the district’s website, officials wrote, “Student and staff health and safety is always a priority, and we feel that closing the school for cleaning, and to allow students and staff to rest and not continue to spread the illness, i
  • Denver Police Arrest Suspect After Reports Of Man Outside Mosque With A Gun

    Denver Police Arrest Suspect After Reports Of Man Outside Mosque With A Gun
    DENVER (CBS4)– Police in Denver arrested a man near 30th and Downing after reports of a man outside a mosque with a gun. The suspect ran away from the scene and officers caught up with him nearby.
    Copter4 flew over the scene on Thursday evening (credit: CBS)Alert: Officers responded to 30th/Downing on a report of an armed male inside a mosque. The suspect fled the scene and officers located and arrested him at a nearby location. DPD is investigating the circumstances, and as a precaution,
  • Denver Police Arrest Suspect After Reports Of Man Inside Mosque With A Gun

    Denver Police Arrest Suspect After Reports Of Man Inside Mosque With A Gun
    DENVER (CBS4)– Police in Denver arrested a man near 30th and Downing after reports of a man inside a mosque with a gun. The suspect ran away from the scene and officers caught up with him nearby. Copter4 flew over the scene on Thursday evening (credit: CBS)Alert: Officers responded to 30th/Downing on a report of an armed male inside a mosque. The suspect fled the scene and officers located and arrested him at a nearby location. DPD is investigating the circumstances, and as a precaution, i
  • 2020 Census Wants To Hire 5,000+ Just In Denver

    2020 Census Wants To Hire 5,000+ Just In Denver
    DENVER (CBS4)– Ahead of the 2020 United States Census, the government is working to hire more than 5,000 temporary employees in Denver County alone. The thousands of employees will help count the population of Colorado, which eventually will impact federal funding and congressional representation in the state.
    (credit: CBS)
    Thursday, the United States Census team hosted a hiring event in the Denver Central Library. Those passing by were welcomed to stop in the hiring event to apply. The pr
  • $3,000 Reward Offered In Erik McAllister Murder Investigation

    $3,000 Reward Offered In Erik McAllister Murder Investigation
    DENVER (CBS4) – The widow of a man who was killed in the West Highlands neighborhood in August, wants justice for her husband. Her family is increasing the Metro Denver Crime Stoppers reward fund, in hopes that someone will come forward with information related to the shooting.
    (credit: McAllister family)
    “None of us understand,” explained Tiffaney Boening, the widow of the Erik McAllister. “We’re all still in shock.”
    On Aug. 3, Erik McAllister was on a d
  • Two People Detained After Shooting Near Independence Elementary School

    Two People Detained After Shooting Near Independence Elementary School
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– Aurora police detained two people Thursday night in connection with a shooting near South Memphis and Pheasant Run Way. Investigators said a young man was rushed to the hospital for surgery and is expected to survive.
    (credit: CBS)
    On Twitter, the Aurora Police Department said officers stopped a vehicle and detained two people inside. Investigators do not believe there is a threat to the public.We have stopped a vehicle in the area and have detainedtwo people.Our inve

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