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Upset gun owners speak out against proposed ‘Red Flag’ law at Colorado Capitol
DENVER — Many gun owners in Colorado are upset about a proposed ‘Red Flag’ law, and on Thursday, they let lawmakers know it. “It is a violation of the Second Amendment,” said Lance Touvey, a gun owner from Longmont.
Five minutes from Parker’s historic downtown, Meritage opens four super-energy-efficient models centered in the $400,000s
When super-energy-efficient Meritage Homes announced it was bringing two collections of attainably priced homes to a neighborhood close to Parker’s historic downtown with its Pace Center and dining attractions, some 400 families joined an interest list.
MS-13 gang member captured in Colorado and deported by ICE
DENVER (KKTV) - Authorities tracked a wanted man, reportedly part of the MS-13 gang, to Colorado. ICE announced the deportation of 23-year-old Oscar Antonio Rosas-Alas. He was located and arrested in Eagle County in March of 2018. He was deported on Wednesday.
Father Proud Of 3 Sons Competing At Colorado State Wrestling Tournament
DENVER (CBS4)– One Colorado father has a lot to be proud of. All three of his sons are competing in the state wrestling championship at the Pepsi Center this weekend. Spencer Hutchins is just like every other parent at the Colorado State Wrestling Tournament. He’s screaming his head off rooting for
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Names Second High Speed Chase Suspect
DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Douglas County sheriff’s deputies arrested the second suspect in a deadly crash investigation. They say Mario Jose drove a stolen car and led deputies on a high speed chase.
Colorado woman's $8,000 tax bill leaves her in tears
Isadora Bielsky's tax bill this year brought her to tears. Last year, her family of four's refund topped $3,600. This year, the Colorado family owed in the thousands. "I plugged it all in and at first I thought oh my goodness we're getting $8,000 back and then I realized it was the wrong color … so
One dead, suspect wounded in double shooting in Denver
DENVER — Police in Denver are investigating a double shooting Wednesday night that left one man dead and the male suspect wounded. The shooting occurred around 11:30 p.m. at an apartment complex in the 6900 block of East Evans Avenue.
10 (lesser-known) winter hiking and cycling tips
Don't let winter conditions stop you from getting outside. Here are some tips for cold-weather hiking and cycling. First, a few basic tips from Teddy Parker-Renga, Larimer County Natural Resources spokesman.
Shots fired inside Colorado Springs club, suspects sought
EL PASO CO., Colo. - The El Paso County Sheriff's Office is searching for people who fired shots inside a club in Colorado Springs. No one was hurt in the incident inside the Deja Vu Club.
Girl's death haunted community, police arrested man in Colorado 45 years later
SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — Investigators searched for decades for the killer of an 11-year-old girl who disappeared while walking home from summer school in a case that gripped a California seaside community.
Man killed in shooting after carjacking near Sloans Lake
DENVER — A man was killed in a shooting following a carjacking at the intersection of West Colfax Avenue and Perry Street, near Sloans Lake, early Friday morning, the Denver Police Department said.
Another storm now hitting Colorado
DENVER — A new storm system is moving into Colorado and will spread heavy snow into the central and southwest mountains. We are seeing a mix of conditions across the plains early on...freezing fog on the plains and light snow near the foothills.
Bullet found lodged in downtown Colorado Springs office building window
Authorities are working to figure out who shot a bullet into the window of a downtown Colorado Springs office building sometime on Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning. No one was hurt in the shooting. Someone discovered a bullet lodged in the window on the 11th floor of the office building loca
Programs at Denver County Jail helping inmates improve mental health
DENVER -- It’s difficult for one to collect their thoughts within the walls of the Denver County Jail along Smith Road near Stapleton. Yet for a period of time, a half-dozen inmates find themselves removed from this environment, finding focus and relaxation.
Working in Colorado mining region gave author urge to seek origins of “gold fever”
Ian Neligh has won many state and national journalism awards for his writing and reporting including first place for online in-depth reporting from the Society of Professional Journalists and first place for investigative reporting from the Colorado Press Association. He developed his passion for st
Armed men shoot at a pair in northeast Colorado Springs
Two armed men shot at a pair they were trying to rob early Friday in northeast Colorado Springs, police said. The thieves approached the victims who were in their car in the 3900 block of Palmer Park Boulevard and demanded their money. They pointed their guns at the people in the car.
Owner Of Colorado Springs Marijuana Club Didn’t Pay Millions In Taxes
DENVER (AP) – Federal authorities say the 31-year-old owner of a former Colorado Springs club has pleaded guilty to filing a false federal income tax return. According to a news release Wednesday from U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn and IRS Criminal Investigation Special Agent in Charge Steven Osborne, And
Denver police investigate Friday morning homicide
Denver police are investigating a man’s homicide that happened early Friday on the 1500 block of Perry Street. Police have not released the name of the victim or the circumstances of the homicide.
Mr. Bo Mangles Day Means Free Weekend at Colorado Gator Farm
There are only about 50 albino alligators in the entire world and Mr. Bo Mangles is just one of the albino gators at the farm. There are currently five of them at the Colorado Gator Farm.
Third skier in four days dies in Colorado avalanche
A backcountry skier was killed in an avalanche triggered Tuesday by snowboarders descending 2,000 feet above him near the Telluride Ski Resort, marking Colorado's third avalanche death in four days.