• 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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  • Search For Barefoot Woman In Handcuffs Sparks School Lockouts In Broomfield

    Search For Barefoot Woman In Handcuffs Sparks School Lockouts In Broomfield
    BROOMFIELD, Colo. (CBS4) — The search for a barefoot woman in handcuffs has several schools in Broomfield on lockout.
    “Westlake Middle School, Centennial Elementary, Meridian Elementary and Legacy HS are all on lockout due to police activity in the area,” police tweeted Thursday afternoon. “This is a precaution and not related to any incidents at the schools.”
    Police say the woman is connected to a domestic incident from earlier in the day.
    “She is white, 33-y
  • ‘Oh No! Awful Poster’: Hospital Sign About Using Phones Around Babies Divides Parents

    ‘Oh No! Awful Poster’: Hospital Sign About Using Phones Around Babies Divides Parents
    YEOVIL, England (CBS Local) — A British hospital set off a debate on social media after it placed posters in its neonatal unit urging parents to look at their babies, and not their phones, while feeding.
    Staff at Yeovil District Hospital in Yeovil, England, placed posters in its Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) that read: “Mummy & Daddy . . . Please look at ME when I am feeding, I am much more interesting than your phone!! Thank you xxxxxx”
    Printed on the poster was a photo of
  • Truck Crash In Snowy Conditions On Vail Pass Leads To Interstate 70 Closure

    Truck Crash In Snowy Conditions On Vail Pass Leads To Interstate 70 Closure
    VAIL, Colo. (CBS4) – At least one semi truck was involved in a crash on Vail Pass in snowy conditions at midday on Thursday and authorities closed westbound Interstate 70 as a result. Colorado’s mountains have experienced numerous snow events including up to 9 inches of snow in the last day and a half and more snow is falling now.
    (credit: Colorado State Patrol)
    The closure went into place at approximately 12:15 p.m.
    (credit: Colorado State Patrol)
    Many roads in the high country are
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  • Child Porn Investigation: John Williams, 68, Arrested In Nederland

    Child Porn Investigation: John Williams, 68, Arrested In Nederland
    NEDERLAND, Colo. (CBS4) — John Williams, 68, was arrested by the Nederland Marshal’s Office on charges related to child pornography. The marshal’s office began an investigation in October after getting a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
    John Williams (credit: Nederland Marshal’s Office)
    “Computers, cell phones and other devises were seized, and evidence recovered from those devices led to the arrest of Williams on January 17,” t
  • Denver Nuggets Head Coach Michael Malone Records Greeting For DIA Trains

    Denver Nuggets Head Coach Michael Malone Records Greeting For DIA Trains
    DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Nuggets are currently struggling with some injuries to key players, but all signs point to a return to the NBA Playoffs this year. They’re currently in the No. 4 spot in the Western Conference, and big part of their success is the coaching of Michael Malone.
    Head coach Michael Malone of the Denver Nuggets (credit: Harry How/Getty Images)
    This week administrators of Denver International Airport announced that they invited Malone to be the new voice greeting
  • AP Source: Gary Kubiak To Be Hired As Minnesota Vikings Offensive Coordinator

    AP Source: Gary Kubiak To Be Hired As Minnesota Vikings Offensive Coordinator
    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings have chosen former Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak as their offensive coordinator, filling the vacancy created by Kevin Stefanski’s departure to become head coach of the Cleveland Browns. The widely expected move was confirmed Thursday by a person with knowledge of the decision who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the club had not yet made the announcement.
    Gary Kubiak (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
    Ku
  • Officer-Involved Shooting Near Parker And Arapahoe: One Suspect Shot, One Arrested And One Escaped

    Officer-Involved Shooting Near Parker And Arapahoe: One Suspect Shot, One Arrested And One Escaped
    ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — A suspect was shot at the Cornerstar Ranch apartments near South Parker Road and Arapahoe Road Wednesday night — and investigators are looking for another suspect who got away. Deputies were looking for a car thief when they found a stolen car with three people inside.
    (credit: CBS)
    Deputies attempted to arrest the suspects. In the process, one suspect was shot. That suspect is in the hospital but investigators did not say whether that person was expec
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  • Impeachment Trial: Michael Bennet Takes Interruption From Campaigning In Stride

    Impeachment Trial: Michael Bennet Takes Interruption From Campaigning In Stride
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The four Democratic senators seeking the White House want to be out there campaigning, but they’re pulled off the presidential campaign trail and into the Senate to serve as jurors in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial. That means forgoing raucous events and adoring crowds for hours of passively listening to a procedure designed to be solemn and rule-bound. The presidential hopefuls can’t freely ask questions or even talk to their colleagues or u
  • Dog With ‘Wonky’ Face Finds Forever Home After Initial Owner Returned Him

    Dog With ‘Wonky’ Face Finds Forever Home After Initial Owner Returned Him
    PONOKA COUNTY, Alberta (CBS Local) — A dog with a permanently slanted “wonky” face has finally found a loving home after a shelter received hundreds of adoption requests.
    Brodie, a cross between a German Shepherd and a Border Collie, was born in a rescue shelter. At only 13 days old, his mother bit his head, causing severe cranial and facial injuries.
    As a result, Brodie’s jaw fused together as he grew. Development on the left side of his face was stunted, leaving him par
  • Arvada Police Shoot, Kill Man Armed With Knife

    Arvada Police Shoot, Kill Man Armed With Knife
    ARVADA, Colo. (CBS4) — Police officers in Arvada shot and killed a man at 56th Avenue and Marshall Street Wednesday night. Investigators say officers were responding to a report of a domestic disturbance when the man brought out a knife. Officers said they felt threatened and fired at the man.
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    Investigators did not provide any information about man. No officers were hurt.
    Multiple officers were involved and are on administrative leave while the case is investigated.
     
  • X Games ‘Doomsday’ Team Prepares For Worst Case Scenarios In Aspen

    X Games ‘Doomsday’ Team Prepares For Worst Case Scenarios In Aspen
    ASPEN, Colo. (CBS4) – The X Games begin on Thursday in Aspen, but the efforts to prepare for the thousands of people showing up began months ago. This week, CBS4’s Mountain Newsroom went behind the scenes to the command center set up to handle the worst case scenarios.
    Henrik Harlaut of Sweden in the Men’s Ski Slopestyle Qualifier during X Games Aspen 2017 at Buttermilk Mountain. (credit; JASON CONNOLLY/AFP/Getty Images)
    “We are kind of the doomsday group, we are always w
  • Report: ‘Forever Chemicals’ Contaminate Drinking Water In Dozens Of Cities

    Report: ‘Forever Chemicals’ Contaminate Drinking Water In Dozens Of Cities
    WASHINGTON (CBS Local) — The contamination of U.S. drinking water with man-made “forever chemicals” is far worse than previously estimated, an environmental group reported on Wednesday. The Environmental Working Group (EWG), a consumer advocacy nonprofit, says it found per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances or PFAS in the water supply in dozens of major U.S. cities, with some of the highest levels found in Miami, Bergen County, N.J. and Philadelphia.
    Small amounts were found in Co
  • Nuggets Struggle With Key Players Injured, Lose Big To Rockets

    Nuggets Struggle With Key Players Injured, Lose Big To Rockets
    HOUSTON (AP) — Houston saw what potential it could achieve when Russell Westbrook, James Harden and Eric Gordon play well on the same night.
    Westbrook had 28 points, 16 rebounds and eight assists, Harden added 27 points and the Rockets snapped a four-game losing streak with a 121-105 victory over the short-handed Denver Nuggets on Wednesday night.
    “If we can get everybody together like tonight — you know, James has a good game, Eric has a good game and Russell has a good game,&
  • Odd Couple: Larry Walker, Derek Jeter Take Different Routes To Hall

    Odd Couple: Larry Walker, Derek Jeter Take Different Routes To Hall
    NEW YORK (AP) — Derek Jeter and Larry Walker rarely crossed paths during their time in the major leagues.
    “There was one time in the Bahamas, playing blackjack, that we sat down for a little while with Matt Damon, and we sat there and played for a little while,” Walker recalled of a gambling evening where athletes and thespians mixed.
    A baseball odd couple, they sat on the dais in a penthouse hotel ballroom, baseball’s newly minted Hall of Famers.
    Jeter, a first-round dra
  • Attempted Smash & Grab: Driver Plows Car Into Bank, Gas Station

    Attempted Smash & Grab: Driver Plows Car Into Bank, Gas Station
    (CBS4) – A 39-year-old man is under arrest after smashing a minivan into a bank and a gas station convenience store on Thursday morning. It happened at 3:30 a.m. in Jefferson County at the intersection of South Kipling Parkway and West Coal Mine Avenue.
     
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    Deputies with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s office said he wasn’t hurt and when he was arrested he had several bags of junk food he had taken from the Sinclair convenience store shelves. It doesn’t ap
  • Two Very Special Performances Announced For The 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards This Sunday

    Two Very Special Performances Announced For The 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards This Sunday
    In keeping with the tradition of presenting signature “GRAMMY Moments,” CBS and the Recording Academy have announced two special segments to take place during this weekend’s broadcast of the 62nd annual GRAMMY Awards. The first, “Old Town Road All-Stars,” will feature current nominees Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus, joined by BTS, Diplo, Mason Ramsey and other surprise guests. In the past year, “Old Town Road” has been the subject of mixes and mashups, wh
  • Powder Day! More Colorado Mountain Snow While Denver Has Been Dry For Nearly A Month

    Powder Day! More Colorado Mountain Snow While Denver Has Been Dry For Nearly A Month
    DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver metro area has not measured precipitation since Dec. 28 when nearly 3 inches of snow fell in Denver. Since then, the mountains have experienced numerous snow events including up to 9 inches of snow in the last 24 hours.
    A professional rodeo cowboy pushes out of the start gate during the 46th Annual Cowboy Downhill on Monday at Steamboat Ski Resort in Steamboat Springs. The event started more than 40 years ago when Olympic skier Billy Kidd invited a few of the Pro
  • Study: ‘Phubbing’ Your Children Could Put Them Risk For Depression

    Study: ‘Phubbing’ Your Children Could Put Them Risk For Depression
    (CBS Local) — Parents who prefer to be on their smartphones instead of paying attention to their children may be putting them at increased risk of depression, according to a new study.
    Chinese researchers studied 530 students aged between 10 and 18 years old to see if they were victims of parental “phubbing,” a portmanteau of “phone” and “snubbing” describing the habit of ignoring someone in favor of a mobile phone.
    The research, published in the Journal
  • Powder Day! More Mountain Snow While Denver Has Been Dry For Nearly A Month

    Powder Day! More Mountain Snow While Denver Has Been Dry For Nearly A Month
    DENVER (CBS4) – The metro area has not measured precipitation since December 28 when nearly 3 inches of snow fell in Denver. Since then the mountains have experienced numerous snow events including up to 9 inches of snow in the last 24 hours.
    Most ski areas in Colorado were reporting between 2 and 9 inches of snow early Thursday morning.
    (source: CBS)
    Additional light snow will fall during the day on Thursday with up to 2 inches of additional accumulation in the mountains. Lingering snow s
  • Police: Pizza Delivery Driver Shoots 3 Of 4 Suspects Trying To Rob Him

    Police: Pizza Delivery Driver Shoots 3 Of 4 Suspects Trying To Rob Him
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (CBS Local) — A pizza delivery driver shot three of four suspects who tried to rob him during a late-night delivery, police in North Carolina said.
    The man said he was delivering a pizza at an apartment complex in east Charlotte late Monday night when he was approached by four suspects who pointed what appeared to be an assault rifle at his head, according to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department.
    The driver then pulled out his own pistol and fired at the suspects, ca
  • It’s All About Pizza, BBQ & Sliders For Denver Diners

    It’s All About Pizza, BBQ & Sliders For Denver Diners
    (HOODLINE) – Curious where Denver’s in-the-know crowd is eating and drinking? It’s easy to spot lines out the door, but some underlying trends are harder to see.
    We took a data-driven look at the question, using Yelp and SafeGraph, a dataset of commercial points of interest and their visitor patterns, to analyze which restaurants have been in the spotlight this month.
    To find out who made the list, we first looked at Denver businesses on Yelp by category and coun
  • Teen Shooting Victim Dies After Being Dropped Off At Denver Urgent Care

    Teen Shooting Victim Dies After Being Dropped Off At Denver Urgent Care
    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police are investigating after a 17-year-old boy was dropped off at a southwest Denver urgent care and later died. Investigators say the victim had been shot.
    Federico F. Peña Southwest Urgent Care (credit: CBS)
    Officers were called to the Federico F. Peña Southwest Urgent Care on South Federal Boulevard before 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.
    The victim was transported to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead.
    Detectives are working to determine where the
  • ‘If Ban Is Keeping Number Of Attacks Down, Why Change It?’ Says Woman Whose Grandson Was Killed By Pit Bull

    ‘If Ban Is Keeping Number Of Attacks Down, Why Change It?’ Says Woman Whose Grandson Was Killed By Pit Bull
    DENVER (CBS4) – As Denver works to repeal its breed-specific ban on pit bulls, one family is concerned the repeal will lead to tragedy.
    Sharon Sucharski of Centennial with her grandson Dax (credit: CBS)
    “Dax was 14-and-a-half months old. He loved vegetables, a funny thing for a kid to love, but he just loved vegetables. He had a great smile, he had a silly little hair do because his hair hadn’t grown in yet,” said Sharon Sucharski of Centennial, remembering her deceased g
  • Denver Pit Bull Ban Reversal Concerns Family Struck By Tragedy

    Denver Pit Bull Ban Reversal Concerns Family Struck By Tragedy
    DENVER (CBS4) – As Denver works to repeal its breed-specific ban on pit bulls, one family is concerned the repeal will lead to tragedy.
    Sharon Sucharski of Centennial with her grandson Dax (credit: CBS)
    “Dax was 14-and-a-half months old. He loved vegetables, a funny thing for a kid to love, but he just loved vegetables. He had a great smile, he had a silly little hair do because his hair hadn’t grown in yet,” said Sharon Sucharski of Centennial, remembering her deceased g
  • Shelter In Place Lifted After Car Theft Investigation, Shooting

    Shelter In Place Lifted After Car Theft Investigation, Shooting
    ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)- Residents near South Parker Road and South Chambers Way were placed on shelter in place after Arapahoe County Sheriff’s deputies encountered a stolen vehicles with three suspects inside. The order was lifted after 10 p.m.
    Deputies responded to the IMT Cornerstar Ranch Apartments.
    (credit: CBS)
    Officials say deputies were looking for a car thief. When deputies found the suspect, two others were with him inside the [email protected] deputies looking for alleged c
  • Longmont Wrestling Team Competes To Pin Cancer For Second Year

    Longmont Wrestling Team Competes To Pin Cancer For Second Year
    LONGMONT, Colo. (CBS4) – The Longmont High School wrestling team is gearing up for a major competition. Next week, they will be competing against two rival teams, not just for a win, but to raise money for cancer.
    (credit: CBS)
    “I’m sure nobody would look at me and know that I raise money for cancer research and stuff like that,” said Logan Novara, a junior on the team.
    While Novara hasn’t been personally impacted by cancer, Logan realized, through the national nonp
  • Pit Bull Ban Reversal Concerns Family That Underwent Tragedy

    Pit Bull Ban Reversal Concerns Family That Underwent Tragedy
    DENVER (CBS4) – As Denver works to repeal it’s breed specific ban on Pit Bulls, one family is concerned the repeal will lead to tragedy.
    (credit: CBS)
    “Dax was 14 and a half months old . He loved vegetables, a funny thing for a kid to love, but he just loved vegetables. He had a great smile, he had a silly little hair do because his hair hadn’t grown in yet,” said Sharon Sucharski of Centennial, remember her grandson. “They were at the friend’s house num
  • Family Argues Poor Lighting At Pedestrian Bridge Risks Safety

    Family Argues Poor Lighting At Pedestrian Bridge Risks Safety
    DENVER (CBS4) – Crime can happen anywhere, but dark corners are like an open invitation for criminals. On the pedestrian bridge over Interstate 25 near Evans Avenue, a man was shot and killed earlier this month and his family is fighting for more lighting to improve safety.
    (credit: CBS)
    “I don’t know how the community can feel safe on that bridge. There are dark spots. I don’t know how they can feel safe walking on that bridge knowing there’s some random guy o
  • Residents Urged To Shelter In Place After Car Theft Investigation

    Residents Urged To Shelter In Place After Car Theft Investigation
    ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)- Residents near South Parker Road and South Chambers Way were placed on shelter in place after Arapahoe County Sheriff’s deputies encountered a stolen vehicles with three suspects inside. Deputies responded to the IMT Cornerstar Ranch Apartments.
    (credit: CBS)
    Officials say deputies were looking for a car thief. When deputies found the suspect, two others were with him inside the [email protected] deputies looking for alleged car thief near 16363 E. Fremont. Ear

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