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Pond Hockey Tourney To Host Nearly 1,000 Players
Hockey teams from 40 states and several countries will congregate in Silverthorne this President's Day weekend for an annual Pond Hockey Tournament.
Wildlife Managers Monitoring Severe Winter Conditions, Impacts To Animals A Concern
Waves of heavy snow and extreme cold are creating some of the most most extreme conditions in parts of Colorado in more than three decades, and that could lead to big problems for the state's wildlife in those areas.
Mesa County Sheriff: Deputy In Final Hours Of Life
The Mesa County Sheriff shared some devastating news about the condition of the deputy who was shot on Monday morning, posting on Facebook that "Deputy Derek Geer is in the final hours of his life."
Attacked Planned Parenthood To Reopen, CEO Praises Employees
The Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs attacked by a gunman in November will partially reopen its doors on Feb. 15.
Former Broncos Seek Concussion Relief Through Neurofeedback
About a dozen former Denver Broncos, some from the Orange Crush era, are taking part in a research study they say is helping them recover from post-concussion symptoms and traumatic brain injuries. They believe those injuries were suffered during...
Swedish Patient Received Someone Else's Letter About Possible Health Risk
Thousands of blood tests were conducted over the weekend after some Swedish Medical Center surgical patients were concerned about possible exposure to HIV and Hepatitis B and C.
Super Bowl A Great Opportunity To Promote The Wounded Warrior Project
The Super Bowl brings with it a lot of promotional opportunities. A single ad can do wonders for a business or organization. It’s not often we get to see these benefits from the charitable side of things.
New Yorkers Can Track The Super Bowl On The Empire State Building
Football fans can follow the Super Bowl on the Empire State Building.
Officer Shot In The Line Of Duty Inspires First-Time Blood Donors
Dozens of people gave blood for the first time on Saturday. They were inspired to roll up their sleeves by the story of a Denver police officer who was shot in the line of duty.
CDOT's Mountain Rideshare Hopes To Reduce Traffic
Some ski resorts are offering discounts to get people on the mountain this Super Bowl Sunday. The Colorado Department of Transportation has partnered with mountain businesses to offer extra incentives for mountain commuters to carpool.
Support Craft Brewers During The Super Bowl
On Sunday craft brewers are urging Denver Broncos fans to enjoy their favorite craft beer during the Super Bowl.
Mile High United Way In Super Bowl Showdown
The Mile High United Way is taking on the United Way of Central Carolinas in a challenge that will put books in the hands of young readers.
Broncos Fan Who Needs Lung Transplant Cheers On Team At Sea Level
Jessica Del Toro's family and friends are supporting her as she awaits a lung transplant.
Shoplifters Use Pepper Spray On Macy's Employees
Authorities are searching for the suspects wanted for spraying store employees with pepper spray or some other chemical spray while attempting to steal merchandise.
Help K-9 Officer Monte Get Kevlar Vest
K-9 officer Monte, an officer with the Loveland Police Department, is entered in a contest through Keeping K-9s in Kevlar in the hopes of winning a vest that could save his life.
Swedish: Technician Caught Swiping Needle In The Operating Room
A doctor at Swedish Medical Center told CBS4 that a surgical technician was caught swiping a needle filled with fentanyl in the operating room at the beginning of a surgical procedure.
Woman's Wish To See Broncos Play In Super Bowl
One woman wants to overcome some challenges to see the Denver Broncos play in the Super Bowl.
Boulder Police Warn About Kidnapping Scam
Police in Boulder are warning about a scam that is targeting people living in Boulder.
Police Search For 7-Eleven Robbery Suspect
Police in Denver are searching for a man who robbed a 7-Eleven last month.
Boys & Girls Club Family Chosen By Broncos To Attend Super Bowl
Three members of a Denver family will be heading to the Super Bowl thanks to the Broncos.
Nearly 3,000 Swedish Medical Center Patients Urged To Get Blood Tests
The Colorado Department of Public Health is investigating possible drug diversion by a former employee at Swedish Medical Center and some patients are being asked to be tested for possible exposure to diseases.
Broncos Fans Rally For Food Donations Ahead Of Super Bowl
The Super Bowl food drive competition between Denver and Carolina is picking up steam.
Arrow Electronic's Super Bowl Ad Produced By Denverites
Five young Denver guys with some video cameras set out to make a Super Bowl commercial with a robotic set of Legos and a paper airplane -- and it worked.
Loveland Police K-9 Monte Needs 'Likes' To Win Kevlar Vest
K-9 Monte, an officer with the Loveland Police Department, is entered in a contest through Keeping K-9s in Kevlar in the hopes of winning a Kevlar vest.
Feel Like You're Part Of The Game With The NFL Experience
Want to feel like you're part of the game? The NFL Experience will make it seem like you're in the action.
Westminster Police Search For Couple Who Stole Car At Gunpoint
Police in Westminster searched for a man and woman who stole a car at gunpoint on Wednesday morning.
Renewed Push For Traffic Light At Westminster Intersection Where New Father Was Killed
After a new father was killed in a traffic accident in Westminster last month there is more support for a traffic signal at 92nd and Ingalls.
Major Road Closures, Including I-70 On Eastern Plains Due To Whiteout Conditions
The snowstorm moving through Colorado is forcing the Colorado Department of Transportation to close highways Monday night.
Snowplows Out In Full Force As Roads Expected To Get Much Worse
The roads will get worse as the night goes on, but Denver Public Works and Colorado Department of Transportation road crews are out in full force.
Loveland Begins Stamping Valentine’s Cards For Re-Mailing Program
Volunteers are now stamping all of the Valentine's cards and letters as part of the 70th annual Loveland Valentine Re-Mailing Program.
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