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Denver shooting leaves one man dead, suspect at large
DENVER — Police in Denver are investigating an early morning homicide near the intersection of Perry Street and W. Colfax Avenue. Tyrone Campbell with the police department said the crime occurred around 1:50 a.m. Friday.
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.
4 Fun Things To Do This Weekend
DENVER (CBS4) – From climbing walls of ice to experiencing new cuisine, here are 4 fun things to do this weekend in Colorado. The 15th Annual Denver Restaurant Week kicks off Friday, February 22nd. Hundreds of Denver’s top restaurants will offer multi-course meals for three tasty prices, $25, $35, $
Westminster police seek leads in 1999 cold case triple-murder involving 9-year-old girl, 2 others
It’s been 20 years this month since three people — a 9-year-old girl, her dad, and a man who worked for him — disappeared. Westminster investigators believe the trio were murdered and their bodies hidden.
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.
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.
Ten Things to Do in Denver for $10 and Under (Two Free)
As another mid-winter weekend rears its head, Denverites may be consigning themselves to a dull but thrifty 36-hour Netflix binge. However, the Queen City is replete with activities you can enjoy, even when you're low on dough. In addition to the usual bevy of comedy shows, literary gatherings and f
Helicopters flying over metro area due to Army operations, Westminster PD says
DENVER — The helicopters seen and heard flying over the Denver metro area Wednesday night are part of U.S. Army flight operations and are refueling at the Rocky Mountain Airport, according to the Westminster Police Department.
Colorado Bioscience Association to host medical device symposium
WESTMINSTER — The Colorado Bioscience Association is hosting its annual medical device symposium on March 7. The event will include a federal policy update by Brenden Benner, vice president of public affairs for the Medical Device Manufacturer’s Association. There will also be a pulse of the industr
Superior eyes deal with consulting firm to address airport noise complaints
Superior leaders next week are poised to ink a deal with an aviation noise mitigation-consulting firm following months of resident complaints surrounding the daily flybys out of neighboring Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport.
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.
Denver Restaurant Week Kicks Off Friday
DENVER (CBS4) – Denver Restaurant Week kicks off on Friday and runs through March 3. More than 200 restaurants will be offering special multi-course meals for one of three price points, $25, $35, or $45.
Man, mother sentenced for killing witness after private court docs mistakenly sent to suspects
CENTENNIAL, Colo. – A man and his mother were sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole Thursday for killing a witness in a marijuana dispensary robbery case, whom they were able to identify when the court mistakenly sent unredacted court paperwork from the case, which should hav
Missing Colorado Mom Was Blindfolded & Beaten with Bat by Fiancé, Police Say
Chilling new details have emerged in the case of missing Colorado mom Kelsey Berreth, who police now say was brutally murdered on Thanksgiving Day by her fiancé, Patrick Frazee.
Broncos Insider: Denver’s Super Bowl 53 odds improve. But they’re still not great.
A week after the Broncos agreed to acquire Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, one oddsmaker is giving Denver improved odds at winning Super Bowl LIV. As of Thursday, Bovada lists the Broncos’ odds at 75-to-1 — a marked improvement from 125/1 after the Flacco trade news came out (the move actually made D
Freezing fog this morning then accumulating snow for the evening drive
It’s a two-part story. 1) Freezing fog, freezing drizzle, and light snow this morning. 2) Snow likely for the evening rush hour, 1-6″ accumulation. This includes Denver, Boulder, Highlands Ranch, Aurora, Loveland, Fort Collins.
You May Be Seeing – And Hearing – Army Helicopters Overhead
BROOMFIELD, Colo. (CBS4) — You may be seeing — and hearing — Army helicopters in the skies over the metro area for the next few weeks. “The United States Army is performing flight operations near Arvada for what could be the next few weeks. There will be an increased presence of helicopters near Roc
Broncos Quarterback Case Keenum ‘Shocked’ Team Traded For Joe Flacco
DENVER (CBS4) – Denver Broncos quarterback Case Keenum said he was “shocked” to find out the team had acquired Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco last week. Keenum, with his wife Kimberly by his side, made in his first public comments since the trade on the Sports Spectrum podcast.
Arvada parents plea for help finding missing son
ARVADA, Colo. -- Two parents from Arvada are asking the public to help them find their missing son. Jacob Paddock Weeks, who is in his early 20s, crashed his white Dodge Ram into a guard rail on Feb. 2. The crash happened on Highway 285 in Indian Hills. Weeks' family has not seen him since. Witnesse
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