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Police: Suspects in Park City bank robbery wanted for same-day homicide in Denver
SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — Authorities in Wyoming, Colorado and Utah are looking for three people suspected an apparent inter-state crime spree that began Friday morning. Police in Denver believe the three are connected to a homicide and carjacking that occurred at 2 a.m. Friday, after which the men ar
Symbia Logistics in Aurora offers alternative for retailers who don’t fit the Amazon box
Amazon has built a massive distribution network and recruited a network of delivery companies from scratch as it tries to further its advantage as the nation’s largest online retailer.
Wrestling: Ten Aurora wrestlers earn spots in 5A state semifinals
DENVER | Through the first two championship rounds of the Class 5A state wrestling tournament, 10 wrestlers from Aurora program remain standing with title hopes. Four wrestlers from Grandview, two apiece from Eaglecrest and Overland plus one each from Cherokee Trail and Regis Jesuit prevailed in Fri
Local wrestlers advance on opening day of state wrestling tournament
Competing under the bright lights of the Pepsi Center in Denver on Feb. 21, Montezuma-Cortez High School seniors Matthew Broughton and Swayde Noyes won their opening matches of the Colorado State High School Wrestling Tournament.
Mother, son get life sentences for killing witness after receiving unredacted court docs
A mother and son convicted of killing a witness in a Denver marijuana shop robbery case -- whom they were able to identify through unredacted court paperwork mistakenly sent to all parties involved -- were sentenced to life in prison Thursday.
Man Died After Fatal Assault Near Larimer Square: Denver Police
DENVER, CO – Police released the identity of a man killed after a fatal assault by an unknown person this week. Police announced the Denver Crime Stoppers is offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to the early-morning beating.
Could another prison, parole reform help solve Colorado’s prison capacity crisis?
DENVER -- Lawmakers met Friday at the Colorado Capitol to do discuss a growing crisis in the state: a shortage of prison beds. According to officials, at all public prisons in Colorado, there are only 127 open beds total, with the crisis expected to get worse as more enter the population than leave.
Colorado ‘red flag’ gun bill passes first hearing at State Capitol
DENVER -- Colorado Democrats launched another campaign Thursday to pass a "red flag" gun law — an effort backed by many top law enforcement officials to allow weapons to be seized from people who are determined by a court to pose significant risk.
Restaurant Report Card: Health department fines for repeat violations at Denver restaurants
Nearly every week, Denver food investigators send citations to restaurants for repeat health code violations. Denver Environmental Health released the top fined locations for last year and some are repeat offenders are on our Restaurant Report Card.
Freezing fog this morning then accumulating snow for the evening drive: Pinpoint Weather Alert Day
DENVER -- It's a two-part story: 1.) Freezing fog, freezing drizzle, and light snow this morning. 2.) Snow likely for the evening rush hour with 1-6 inches of accumulation. This includes Denver, Boulder, Highlands Ranch, Aurora, Loveland, Fort Collins.
3 State Crime Spree Starts With Early Morning Murder In Denver
DENVER (CBS4)– Police in Denver have joined forces with investigators in Cheyenne, Wyo. and Park City, Utah in the search for three suspects in a crime spree. A man was shot to death early Friday morning and now his car is missing.
CITY DESK: Congressman Jason Crow’s local initiative is a road trip across the district with local leaders
AURORA | Aurora Congressman Jason Crow is hitting the road. Across the 6th Congressional District, that is. He said his goal is to strengthen relationships with local leaders to better tailer Crow’s work in Washington, D.C.
Every Restaurant and Bar Opening and Closing This Week
Utah-based sandwich chain Even Stevens closed its one Denver outpost this week, vacating the new shopping center at the old St. Anthony's Hospital complex between West Colfax Avenue and Sloan's Lake. The company is known for its mission of donating one sandwich to charity for every sandwich sold. On
Colorado weather: Front Range, DIA digging its way out of Friday night snowstorm
Residents in the Denver metro can expect to do a little bit of shoveling Saturday morning. And anyone flying out of Denver International Airport should check for delays or cancellations.
These 21 stories about how 9NEWS viewers met their pets will warm your cold, dead heart
DENVER — If there’s one thing that just about everybody loves, it’s animals. And maybe that’s why some of the most followed and beloved accounts on Instagram belong to pets!
Mountain lions roaming Colorado town in pride of about 10 'troubles' officials
Colorado wildlife officials issued a warning for the residents of Edwards this week after discovering a pride of 8 to 10 lions has been "roaming" neighborhoods in the area. In recent days, residents have stumbled upon several animal carcasses and at least two attacks on dogs have been reported. The
Chris Cumsille Sentenced To 13 Years In Crash That Killed Mom, Toddler
DENVER (AP) — A Colorado man who caused a chain-reaction car crash that killed a woman and her three-year-old son has been sentenced to 13 years in prison. According to the office of Jefferson County District Attorney Peter Weir, Chris Cumsille pleaded guilty to child abuse resulting in death, reckl
Denver Nuggets Daily: Nuggets notch 15th road win of regular season in Dallas
For the newest Denver Nuggets Daily Podcast, T.J. McBride dives into his thoughts on the Denver Nuggets 114-104 road win over the Dallas Mavericks. Topics for the newest Denver Nuggets Daily Podcast include Denver’s immense amount of energy from start to finish, how the Nuggets will play lots of thr
A court official failed to click a box — and a witness paid with his life
David Henderson had developed a reputation as a mechanic with a steady wrench and a helpful disposition, just a few clicks away on the Denver pages of Craigslist. Weeks before he was murdered, Tina Black needed Henderson’s help.
Deputies looking for suspect, two accomplices in shooting outside Colorado Springs club
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Deputies are looking for three people in connection with a shooting outside of a southern Colorado Springs club early Friday morning. Deputies said around 12:15 a.m., they were called to Déjà vu Showgirls on B Street to investigate a report of a man firing shots. When deput