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Denver police respond to disturbance involving armed party near downtown
DENVER — Officers with the Denver Police Department responded to a disturbance involving an armed person Sunday night. Shortly after 9:20 p.m., DPD said via Twitter that its officers were at 21st Street and Stout Street, which is immediately north of downtown.
Man suspected of kidnapping, sexual assaulting woman in Falcon located
AURORA, Colo. - Detectives reported that the man suspected of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a woman at a Falcon Walmart on Wednesday killed himself after police tracked him down in Aurora, Colo.
Free for All: The Five Best Free Events This Week
As Denver moves into a new week, the days ahead have plenty to offer locals who won't let empty pockets scupper ambitious plans. Dancers, drag queens and comedians alike are all offering shows with no admission charge. Talk about a holiday gift! Keep reading for the five best free events in Denver t
WATCH: Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay scores against 49ers
Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay scored on a three-yard run in the third quarter of a game against the 49ers in Week 14. Here’s video of the play, courtesy of the team’s official Twitter page:
Denver Sports Omelette: A roundup of the Denver Broncos’ Week 14 loss to the San Francisco 49ers
Happy Monday, Omelette readers! The Broncos’ win streak is over. George Kittle and the San Francisco 49ers beat the Broncos, 20-14, on Sunday. Here’s a roundup of what you may have missed from yesterday’s game:
Mild Weather, Temps In The 50s: Denver Week Ahead
DENVER, CO – Weather in metro Denver will be fall-like and mild, with temps in the 50s and high 40s all week, the National Weather Service said. Skies will be cloudy Monday and Tuesday. There is a 20 percent chance of light snow Wednesday, easily melting by the afternoon. Denver and the Front Range
How 49ers defense can succeed vs. Broncos
It was a rough go for the 49ers defense last week. They did a pretty good job of containing Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, but missed tackles and big plays down the field allowed Seattle to open an insurmountable lead.
One Denver deputy injured by inmate at downtown jail
A deputy was assaulted Saturday morning by an inmate at the downtown jail, the Denver Sheriff Department said. The inmate has been charged with assault on a peace officer, said Daria Serna, spokeswoman for the department.
BBB issues consumer alert about Aurora concrete company
DENVER -- The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about a concrete repair company based in Aurora. Several homeowners allege that Expert Concrete LLC took their money and didn't perform any work.
1 dead after Aurora rollover crash early Sunday; 30th accident-related fatality in 2018, police say
AURORA, Colo. – A person is dead following a rollover crash in Aurora early Sunday and speed could be a contributing factor in the crash, according to police. The crash happened in the area of East Baranmor Parkway and North Quentin Street in northwest Aurora at around 6:14 a.m.
Broncos at 49ers live updates from the game
Follow Mile High Report to stay updated on the Denver Broncos game against the San Francisco 49ers game today. The Denver Broncos won the opening coin toss and deferred to the second half giving the ball to the San Francisco 49ers to open up the game.
Broncos’ running back Phillip Lindsay stalls out in loss at 49ers
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Phillip Lindsay needed just 63 yards rushing to reach 1,000 and based on his string of recent stellar performances, it seemed all but certain he’d get that against the lowly 49ers.
Colorado Springs unlikely to follow Denver's lead in expunging low-level marijuana convictions
More than 10,000 convictions for low-level marijuana possession in Denver from before the drug was legalized in Colorado are likely to be erased, but Colorado Springs has no plans for a blanket amnesty,
Feds offer statement against Denver's safe injection site pilot program
DENVER, Colo. - Denver City Council is moving forward with a pilot program to create safe injection sites in the city, but the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Colorado and the Denver Field Office of the DEA said it would be illegal under Federal law.
Miss Colorado Ellery Jones opening discussion about sexual assault, harassment on college campuses
DENVER – The #MeToo movement has had many people talking this year, and Miss Colorado Ellery Jones wants to keep that conversation going on college campuses. The Kent Denver grad recently graduated from Harvard where she says she was assaulted during her sophomore year. She says talking about the ex
Op Ed: Unfairly Targeted as a Dangerous Breed, PIt Bulls Deserve Another Chance
Earlier this year, CBS4 reporter Karen Morfitt wrote about a pit bull attack at a Westminster Hills dog park. The story explains how a large pit bull attacked a smaller Yorkshire terrier.
Father of missing Longs Peak hiker calls on Trump, state officials for help after park officials suspend search
The family of a missing Air Force Academy cadet candidate believes 20-year-old Micah Tice is still alive, hunkered down in a sheltered space on winter-blasted Longs Peak. Tice went missing two weeks ago, his vehicle was found parked at the Longs Peak Trailhead and a search of the mountain began the
Results: 2018 State Spirit Competition
DENVER — What started with thousands of competitors and 234 teams, ended with a dozen new state spirit champions. Like every year, the state competition left us with a handful of repeat champions, as well as some newcomers to Colorado's elite.
Suspect in Falcon kidnapping, sex assault kills self in Aurora
A man accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a woman in a Walmart parking lot in Falcon killed himself Friday night in Aurora after authorities located him, the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office said.
Paul Millsap to see foot specialist for broken toe; Harris now week-to-week
ATLANTA — The Western Conference’s top seed isn’t catching many breaks. The Nuggets announced that Paul Millsap suffered a broken big toe on his right foot and will be re-evaluated as necessary.