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Longmont police notes: Conflicting stories on disturbance

Longmont police were dispatched about 10:10 p.m. Thursday to the 10 block of East 5th Avenue on a report of a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, officers contacted two men who had different stories on what happened, and the case is closed.


Boulder County man arrested in child pornography case

A Boulder County man has been arrested after investigators found child pornography on his computer. Dane Dominic Reed, 45, was charged with four counts of sexual exploitation of a child, two of them for possession with intent to distribute and two for possession of more than 20 items.


Boulder County Sheriff’s Deputies Outfitted With Protective Gear

BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A church in Boulder County came together with Shield 616 to help outfit sheriff’s deputies with protective gear. The items were donated thanks to the people the deputies protect.


Longmont City Council to hold joint meeting with Local Business Advisory Committee

What: Longmont City Council holds joint meeting with Local Business Advisory Committee. Where: City Council study session room, 350 Kimbark St., Longmont. The committee charged with identifying "the type of things that, from a local business perspective, make it attractive to do business in Longmont


Longmont middle school teacher arrested after driving to school drunk, police say

LONGMONT, Colo. – A Longmont middle school teacher was booked into the Boulder County Jail Thursday after police say she hit a vehicle, left the scene of the crash and drove back to school while under the influence of alcohol.


Louis Sebastian found guilty in downtown Boulder murder trial

In the summer of 2017, a Boulder croquet party intertwined the fates of two strangers. Later that night, one of those men lost his life. Two years later, the other found out he would spend the rest of his in prison.


Homeless man sentenced to 10 years in Longmont park stabbing

A homeless man was sentenced to 10 years in prison Friday after pleading guilty in the June stabbing of his "on-again, off-again" girlfriend in a Longmont park. Candelario Contreras-Valdez, 57, last month in Boulder County District Court pleaded guilty to possession of dangerous weapons charge, a Cl


What’s On the Menu? Jefes Is the “Boss” When It Comes to Variety

It was a Friday, the end of a long and hectic week, and we had a hankering for tacos and tequila. What better place to go, then, than a restaurant with both “tacos” and “tequila” in the name?


Parts of southwestern Colorado saw 3 feet of snow and the pictures are amazing

Three feet of snow fell in parts of southwestern Colorado since Thursday. While some people around the metro area may be complaining about Friday night's snow, it's nothing compared to what areas in southwestern Colorado saw.


Longmont Humane Society Pet of the Week Feb. 17-23: Katy Lou

You will not meet a more affectionate cat that Katy Lou. Katy Lou is 9-years-old, gets along well with other cats as well as polite dogs and loves being in the company of people of all ages. Visit Katy Lou at Longmont Humane Society today.


Babette’s Pizza & Pane Finds a Home in Longmont

Steve Scott’s naturally leavened breads and top-notch pastries are joined by artisan pizzas, cocktails, and more. For Steve and Catherine Scott, reopening Babette’s Artisan Breads in Longmont earlier this month was a homecoming. The couple has long lived in the Boulder County town, commuting each da


Snow and freezing rain possible in Longmont today

Snow is likely in Longmont today, with a mix of freezing drizzle possible before 11 a.m., according to the National Weather Service. Today's forecast calls for cloudy skies with a high of 27, with a 60 percent chance of precipitation. The chance of snow increases to 70 percent overnight, but is expe


VIDEO: Otters In Colorado Springs Love The Snow

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – River otters at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado Springs are loving the snow. Zookeepers caught them in action on Friday. The otters rolled around, soaking up all the cold snow.


Things To Do In Longmont This Weekend

Homeschool Art Classes for Teens, Friday, February 22, 2019, 4:15 p.m. Alt Art Ed is now offering homeschool classes for teens at CoSolve. Focusing on creativity and individual expression, you will learn different art-making processes, art history, materials and tools, and art from around the world.


Kelsey Berreth Update: Investigators To Search Landfill For Missing Colorado Woman

Colorado authorities announced plans Thursday to search a landfill for the possible remains of a woman who went missing on Thanksgiving. Police in Woodland Park stated that the search for Kelsey Berreth, a 29-year-old mother, could last for months and that they expect to find evidence approximately


Man stops breathing, dies during confrontation with Weld County deputies

WELD COUNTY, Colo. — A death investigation is underway after a man stopped breathing and then died early Saturday morning while fighting with Weld County deputies, law enforcement said.


Medicine Man opens Longmont dispensary

LONGMONT — Medicine Man, a Denver-based chain of marijuana dispensaries, opened a location this week in Longmont. The Longmont store at 500 East Rogers Road is Medicine Man’s fourth. The company operates pot shops in Denver, Aurora and Thornton.


Longmont invites residents to chime in on Loomiller Park update, upgrade

What: Neighborhood meeting to solicit input on upgrades to Loomiller Park. Where: Longmont High School Community Room, 1040 Sunset St., Longmont. Longmont is developing plans to renovate portions of Loomiller Neighborhood Park and has invited residents to provide their input about the project at a W


Here's how much snow fell in Colorado during the Feb. 22, 2019 snowstorm

DENVER -- A storm system that moved through Colorado early Friday evening snarled traffic, left many stranded at the airport and left descent amount of snow in some areas around the Denver metro.


Colorado’s prisons are bursting at the seams. Lawmakers are searching for solutions.

Colorado lawmakers on Friday listened as state officials offered proposals and previewed bills that would tackle criminal justice reforms, including alleviating the state’s packed prison system and whether to reopen a $200 million empty building.