• Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 12: Deebo Samuel, Darius Slayton Emerging As Strong WR Options

    Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 12: Deebo Samuel, Darius Slayton Emerging As Strong WR Options
    By Matt Citak
    (CBS Local/CBS Boston) Week 12 is here, which means only two weeks remain before the start of the fantasy postseason.
    This week also represents the final one with teams on bye, as the Chiefs, Chargers, Vikings and Cardinals will all get the week off.
    With bye-week replacements soon to be a thing of the past, let’s focus on players that have the potential to come up big for your team in the final stretch of the fantasy season.
    Here are the top waiver wire adds for Week 12.
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  • Owner Of Granby Ranch, Marise Cipriani, Surrenders Ski Area

    Owner Of Granby Ranch, Marise Cipriani, Surrenders Ski Area
    GRANBY, Colo. (AP) – The owner of Granby Ranch surrendered the ski and golf community to avoid foreclosure. The Colorado Sun reports Marise Cipriani hand-delivered a letter to the Town of Granby’s Board of Trustees on Tuesday night at the town’s deadline for her to pay for about $3 million worth of road repairs to her resort community.
    (credit: CBS)
    Granby Ranch Holdings is surrendering the property to lender Granby Prentice LLC, a Delaware-based company that loaned the resort
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  • Jeffery Beagley Arrested, Charged After 9-Year-Old Girl Dies

    Jeffery Beagley Arrested, Charged After 9-Year-Old Girl Dies
    GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (CBS4) – Grand Junction police arrested a man in the death of a 9-year-old girl. Jeffrey Beagley, 34, of Grand Junction, was arrested for murder, child abuse resulting in death, and reckless manslaughter.
    Jeffrey Beagley (credit: Grand Junction)
    He also faces charges of attempted sex assault on a child by one in a position of trust, sexual exploitation of children and invasion of privacy for sexual gratification.
    On Nov. 9, Grand Junction police and fire responde
  • Amid U.S. District Court Hearing, Robert Dear Says He’s Competent To Stand Trial

    Amid U.S. District Court Hearing, Robert Dear Says He’s Competent To Stand Trial
    DENVER (CBS4) – The man accused of a deadly attack on a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs once again disrupted court proceedings with several outbursts. This time it was U.S. District Court in Denver where Robert Dear is now charged separately from state court in which his case has stalled because he has not been determined to be competent to stand trial.
    (credit: CBS)
    Dear tried to get Magistrate Judge Kristen Mix’s attention.
    “Your Honor”, Dear interrup
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  • Malik Murphy Sentenced To 96 Years For Killing 2 Young Siblings

    Malik Murphy Sentenced To 96 Years For Killing 2 Young Siblings
    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP/CBS4) – A Colorado Springs man who stabbed his two young siblings to death has been sentenced to 96 years in prison. Malik Murphy, 22, was sentenced Friday for the October 2017 deaths of his 7-year-old brother, Noah, and his 5-year-old sister, Sophia.
    (credit: CBS)
    Murphy pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree murder and will serve two consecutive 48-year sentences, as well as a concurrent 16-year sentence for trying to kill his father by stabbing him in
  • MacKinnon, Francouz Help Carry Avs Past Devils, 3-1

    MacKinnon, Francouz Help Carry Avs Past Devils, 3-1
    DENVER (AP) — Pavel Francouz was denied his first career shutout for the second straight game. The Colorado goaltender had to settle for posting another win.
    DENVER, COLORADO – DECEMBER 13: Nathan MacKinnon #29 of the Colorado Avalanche brings the puck down the ice against Pavel Zacha #37 of the New Jersey Devils in the second period at the Pepsi Center on December 13, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)
    Francouz had 37 saves and Nathan MacKinnon contin
  • Denver Weather: Heavy Snow Continues For Mountains

    Denver Weather: Heavy Snow Continues For Mountains
    Heavy snow continues to pile up in the high country! Overnight, Ski Cooper saw 15 inches of snow! They’ve had 23 inches in the last 24 hours. Amazing!
    More snow through the weekend as our “Pineapple Express” continues to usher moisture into our state. This is an atmospheric river coming all the way from Hawaii. So this isn’t our typical area of low pressure with a cold front. We will continue to see the snow funnel into our state through Monday, after that we should dry o
  • Union Station Offering New Breakfast With Santa Experience

    Union Station Offering New Breakfast With Santa Experience
    DENVER (CBS4) –  Everyone wants a little quality time with Santa Claus, so Union Station is offering a Breakfast with Santa experience.
    Santa Claus will enjoy a breakfast buffet with 50 lucky children. He’ll mix and mingle with the children and do a story time. In the meantime, parents can enjoy a curated holiday cocktails.
    LINK: Breakfast with Santa at Union Station
    “We just really wanted kids to be able to experience the magic of Christmas. And have that one-on-one exper
  • Optimism Fuels Hit-And-Run Crash Victim Griselda Landa Posas’ Recovery

    Optimism Fuels Hit-And-Run Crash Victim Griselda Landa Posas’ Recovery
    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – A little over a year after Griselda Landa Posas was involved in a horrific hit-and-run crash, the Colorado State University senior is making one miraculous recovery.
    (credit: CBS)
    “Honestly, even with the accident happening and it being such a traumatic event in my life, it was also a really inspiring part of my life,” she told CBS4’s Dominic Garcia.
    The crash happened in August 2018, near the intersection of North Overland Trail and Laporte A
  • Principal At Thornton School Has Whole Community Rallying Around One Of Her Students

    Principal At Thornton School Has Whole Community Rallying Around One Of Her Students
    THORNTON, Colo. (CBS4) – The principal at Pinnacle Charter Middle School in Thornton has a special project in the works, one that goes far beyond needing scissors and glue and involves a whole lot of heart.
    CBS4’s Karen Morfitt interviews Kimberly Stalcup. (credit: CBS)
    “The outpouring of giving was phenomenal within just a few hours,” Kimberly Stalcup said.
    Stalcup is in her first year at the school, and last week she learned one of her eighth grade students and her moth
  • Gatling Helps No. 24 Colorado Hold Off Colorado State 56-48

    Gatling Helps No. 24 Colorado Hold Off Colorado State 56-48
    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) — Shane Gatling scored a season-high 20 points and Tyler Bey had a big block down the stretch to help No. 24 Colorado hold off Colorado State 56-48 on Friday night after squandering a 16-point lead.
    Leading 33-17 with 16:41 remaining, the Buffaloes (8-2) couldn’t close out a cold-shooting Rams team that suddenly found their touch. Colorado State tied the game at 39 with 7:18 left.The miss. The put back. AND THE FOUL!!! pic.twitter.com/tuzXQgoRjM
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  • Sen. Cory Gardner’s Proposal For New National Suicide Hotline Clears Committee

    Sen. Cory Gardner’s Proposal For New National Suicide Hotline Clears Committee
    DENVER (CBS4/CNN) — The Federal Communications Commission moved forward Thursday with plans to designate 9-8-8 as the new three-digit code connecting callers across the nation to mental health and crisis professionals.
    The five-member FCC panel unanimously approved a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to designate 9-8-8 as the new national suicide prevention and mental health crisis hotline.
    “We believe that this three-digit number dedicated for this purpose will help ease access to crisi
  • Colorado Weather: Heavy Snow Piling Up In Mountains Thanks To ‘Pineapple Express’

    Colorado Weather: Heavy Snow Piling Up In Mountains Thanks To ‘Pineapple Express’
    (CBS4) – Snow is already piling up in the high country! Many ski resorts have reported around a foot of snow on Friday. Snow will continue to fall through the weekend, and possibly through Monday.
    Snowy conditions on Interstate 70 on Friday afternoon. (credit: CBS)
    This is all thanks to the jet stream parking itself right over our state. This is tapping into the “Pineapple Express,” a fun name for an atmospheric river that is bringing moisture all the way from Hawaii. We don&rs
  • Evans School Building’s New Owners Hope To Make It The ‘Heart’ Of Denver’s Golden Triangle

    Evans School Building’s New Owners Hope To Make It The ‘Heart’ Of Denver’s Golden Triangle
    DENVER (CBS4) – Investors who purchased the former Evans School building in Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood plan to create restaurants and retail space while opening offices in the upper floors of the historic landmark. Built in 1904, the site has remained unoccupied for 47 years.
    The Evans School building in Denver (credit: CBS)
    “We love old buildings and most of our inventory of stuff that we’ve work on is in fact made up of old historic buildings,” said Pat
  • Colorado Eagles Apologize To Akim Aliu For Blackface Incident

    Colorado Eagles Apologize To Akim Aliu For Blackface Incident
    (CNN) – Ex-National Hockey League player Akim Aliu got a public apology from his former team for “wrongdoing” by an equipment manager who was photographed in blackface. The Colorado Eagles, the minor league hockey team affiliated with the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche which plays in Loveland, apologized Wednesday to Aliu for a 2011 incident in which head equipment manager Tony Deynzer was photographed with blackface at a Halloween party.
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  • International Sportsmens Expo Contest

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    Enter to Win Great Gear provided by the International Sportsmen’s Expo!
  • US Officials To Review Deal On Sharing Colorado River Water

    US Officials To Review Deal On Sharing Colorado River Water
    (AP) — Federal water managers are starting to review a crucial 2007 agreement for seven Western states to share drought-diminished water supplies from the Colorado River ahead of talks about revising and renewing it beginning in 2026, U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt said Friday.
    Bernhardt called for a report next December, ahead of a deadline set in the older deal, which established a schedule of strict water cutbacks to states if levels keep falling at the key Lake Mead and L
  • Making History: First Ever Play By Inmates Performed Outside Prison Walls Takes Place In Denver

    Making History: First Ever Play By Inmates Performed Outside Prison Walls Takes Place In Denver
    DENVER (CBS4) – For the first time in the United States, a group of inmates is performing a play outside of prison walls, and it’s taking place at the University of Denver. A group of 40 inmates from the Denver Women’s Correctional Facility performed two shows of the holiday classic, A Christmas Carol, Thursday and Friday, and are scheduled to perform a final show Friday evening at 7:30 p.m.
    Prisoners perform A Christmas Carol at the University of Denver Thursday
  • ‘Hammers And Angels’ Volunteers Unveil Home Renovated For Westminster Family

    ‘Hammers And Angels’ Volunteers Unveil Home Renovated For Westminster Family
    WESTMINSTER, Colo. (CBS4) — Volunteers with KBPI’s “Hammers and Angels” spent the week renovating a home for a family in Westminster — and Friday was the big reveal. Every year KBPI’s Willie B and a team of workers get to together and renovate a home for a deserving family.The family stayed away as volunteers worked give their home a whole new look.
    “Crazy to watch the transformation taking place at this home in past few days,” Willie B wrote on Fa
  • Denver Weather: Heavy Snow Piling Up In Mountains

    Denver Weather: Heavy Snow Piling Up In Mountains
    Snow is already piling up in the high country! Many resorts have reported around a foot of snow on Friday! Snow will continue to fall through the weekend, and possibly through Monday!
    This is all thanks to the jet stream parking itself right over our state. This is tapping into the “Pineapple Express”, a fun name for an atmospheric river that is bringing moisture all the way from Hawaii. We don’t normally get this moisture, but the jet stream is right over us and pumping that m
  • The Top 10 Health Questions We Asked “Dr. Google” In 2019.

    The Top 10 Health Questions We Asked “Dr. Google” In 2019.
    (CBS4) – Who is the most popular doctor in America? Why, “Dr. Google” of course.
    In 2019, more than 93 million of us turned to the good doctor for medical advice and information.
    So, what did we want to know?
    This week, Google shared the ten most health conditions people searched for from January 2019 to early December 2019.How To Lower Blood Pressure? is tops on the list. Not surprising considering hypertension is one of the most common, and increasing, health conditions in ou
  • 4 Matchups to Watch For As The Denver Broncos Look To Upset The Kansas City Chiefs

    4 Matchups to Watch For As The Denver Broncos Look To Upset The Kansas City Chiefs
    (CBS4) – Sunday will be the final road game of the season for the Denver Broncos. They will take on a Chiefs team that has not only beaten the Broncos eight times in a row, but has dominated the AFC West. Since 2015, the Chiefs are 25-3 in the division and have won the AFC West four consecutive seasons, including this year.
    With the division out of reach, here are the four things matchups to watch for in Sunday’s game.
    Broncos Decimated Offensive Line vs Chiefs Defensive Line
    The Bro
  • Ble Kore Found Guilty Of Raping 2 Girls In Aurora In One Day

    Ble Kore Found Guilty Of Raping 2 Girls In Aurora In One Day
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) — Ble Ghislain Kore, 25, has been convicted of raping two high school students in Aurora in one day. It took an Arapahoe County jury 90 minutes to reach their verdict.
    Ble Ghislain Kore (credit: Aurora Police)
    Prosecutors say Kore approached a girl walking home from Overland High School on Sept. 13, 2018 and convinced her to get into his car — saying he knew who she was and that he had someone watching her mother.
    “Concerned for her mom, she got in the car
  • Evans School Gets Big Donation: Musical Instruments For Students

    Evans School Gets Big Donation: Musical Instruments For Students
    EVANS, Colo. (CBS4) – Thousands of students in Weld County will be exposed to greater music education thanks to donors from around the country. As part of the Take Note Colorado initiative, donors are working to give access to musical instruments to every student in the state.
    (credit: CBS)
    The Newport Festivals Foundation, KEEN Footwear and more teamed up with singer Nathaniel Rateliff to provide $20,000 worth of new music instruments to Chappelow K-8 Arts Magnet School in Evans. Students
  • Friends, Family, First Responders Say Goodbye To Fallen Firefighter Ken Jones

    Friends, Family, First Responders Say Goodbye To Fallen Firefighter Ken Jones
    LITTLETON, Colo. (CBS4) – Friends and family of fallen firefighter Ken Jones were joined by first responders from agencies across the state Friday to say goodbye at a ceremony at Waterstone Community Church. Jones was a firefighter from Summit County who died when he fell while fighting a fire at a Copper Mountain condo last weekend.
    Ken Jones (credit: CBS)
    “I’ve never been more honored, more proud to be a firefighter in my entire life,” said Summit Fire and EMS Chief Jef
  • 7-Year-Old Jackson Fowler Donates Birthday Presents To Toy Drive

    7-Year-Old Jackson Fowler Donates Birthday Presents To Toy Drive
    DENVER (CBS4) — One young boy warmed all our hearts at the Together 4 Colorado Toy Drive this year. Jackson Fowler showed up at the King Soopers at East Yale Avenue and South Colorado Boulevard on Thursday — and donated toys he was given for his 7th birthday.
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    Jackson told us he just “wanted other kids to be happy.”
    “It’s nice for little kids, some kids don’t have any toys,” Jackson explained. “I want to donate some to them.”
  • Community Honors Fallen Firefighter Ken Jones During Procession

    Community Honors Fallen Firefighter Ken Jones During Procession
    LITTLETON, Colo. (CBS4)– He was known as a “firefighter’s firefighter” and on Friday, the community said goodbye to Ken Jones. Jones died when he fell from a roof in Copper Mountain while fighting a fire last weekend.
    Copter4 flew over the Ken Jones procession on Friday morning (credit: CBS)
    Police cruisers, motorcycles, firetrucks and other first responders escorted the fire engine carrying the flag-draped casket from the Horan McConaty funeral home in Lakewood to Waters
  • ‘I Worked There For 22 Years’: Former Rocky Flats Employees Miss Out On Medical Coverage

    ‘I Worked There For 22 Years’: Former Rocky Flats Employees Miss Out On Medical Coverage
    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet and Congressman Ed Perlmutter are supporting former workers at the Rocky Flats Plant, a nuclear weapons facility. They are being denied financial help after developing cancer.
    1989: EPA Declares Rocky Flats a Superfund Site (credit: CBS)
    Bennet and Perlmutter, both Democrats representing Colorado in Congress, have asked the Department of Health and Human Services to reconsider its decision not to allow those who worked there af
  • Drew Lock ‘Is Going To Be A Good One,’ Says SportsLine’s Kenny White

    Drew Lock ‘Is Going To Be A Good One,’ Says SportsLine’s Kenny White
    (CBS Denver) — The Kansas City Chiefs are eyeing the postseason, which still holds the possibility of a first-round bye. The Chiefs are 9-4 and winners of three straight. The team right in front of them — the New England Patriots at 10-3 — has been floundering of late. So extending their winning streak could move them up in the playoff standings.
    The Denver Broncos are eyeing a much more distant future that could involve the postseason again… one day. This will be the fo
  • Arapahoe County Deputy Wins 2nd Place In National Bomb Tech Competition

    Arapahoe County Deputy Wins 2nd Place In National Bomb Tech Competition
    ARAPHAOE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — CBS4 would like to congratulate a bomb technician with the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office who recently took second place in a national competition!
    (credit: Arapahoe County Sheriff)
    “Last week, Deputy Shay took 2nd place in the 2019 USBTA Top Bomb Technician/Critical Skills Challenge in Florida,” the sheriff’s office wrote on Facebook on Friday. “He competed with 27 other bomb techs.”
    (credit: Arapahoe County Sheriff)
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