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Man Who Fell To Death At Stadium Leaves Behind 5 ChildrenThe man who fell to his death at Mile High Stadium after Monday night's Denver Broncos-Houston Texans game left behind five children.
GrasslandsLIVE Highlights Importance of GrasslandsThis coming spring we'll get a chance to learn much more about the importance of grasslands. CBS4 is sponsoring GrasslandsLIVE, a virtual field trip and webcast from Colorado.
Radiation Research May Shorten Treatment Time For Certain Breast Cancer PatientsResearch underway at the University of Colorado Hospital could shorten the course of radiation therapy for certain breast cancer patients. The new clinical trial is the only one of its kind in the U.S.
Man Who Fell At Stadium After Broncos Game DiesA 36-year-old man who fell off a railing at Mile High Stadium and dropped 60 feet on Monday night has died.
Some Coloradans Could See Huge Health Insurance Premium IncreasesSome Coloradans could see 40 percent increases in the cost of their health insurance, and that means some citizens will have to decide whether to have insurance or simply pay a penalty to go without it.
VP Candidate Mike Pence To Hold Rally In Colorado SpringsRepublican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence is scheduled to appear in Colorado Springs on Wednesday.
New Interpretation Of ‘Frankenstein’ Stretches The ImaginationA new production of “Frankenstein” at the Denver Center Theatre Company offers as much philosophy as frights.
Early Voting Begins Monday Across ColoradoAs Election Day inches closer, Coloradans are ready to cast their vote before the polls open on Nov. 8.
'Prescription Drug Take-Back Day' Nets Hundreds Of Pounds Of MedsPolice officers collected thousands of bottles of prescription drugs in Denver Saturday as part of a National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
Police Take To Social Media For Fight Against Auto TheftsVehicle thefts are up in Aurora. Now the Aurora Police Department is turning to social media to crack down on the recent spike.
Money Dries Up For Popular Nonprofit Shuttle To AirportResidents in the west Denver metro area are going to need to find a new way to get to the airport in November.
It's Time For 'Scream Scram': Fun For Whole Family, Benefits Boys & Girls ClubsThe Scream Scram 5K is a different kind of run that is focused on kids and takes place Friday evening. The event also benefits the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver.
Couple Wanted As Witnesses To Attack On Senior CitizenThe Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is hoping to talk to a couple that may have witnessed a violent assault inside the Jefferson County Courthouse.
Fiat Chrysler Recalls 224K Jeeps; Air Bags May Not WorkFiat Chrysler is recalling more than 224,000 Jeep Wrangler SUVs worldwide because the air bags may not inflate in a crash.
Movie Theaters In Colorado Offer Free Presidential Debate ViewingHillary Clinton and Donald Trump face off Wednesday night in Las Vegas in their third and final presidential debate.
'Haunting': Good Samaritans Beat By Group Of Laughing MenDenver police are trying to find three men who attacked a man downtown then brutally beat a couple trying to stop the assault.
5 Homes, Other Structures Lost In Junkins Fire Burning In Southern ColoradoThe Junkins Fire consumed more homes on Tuesday. The fire was reported before dawn Monday east of the small town of Westcliffe near the Rocky Mountain foothills.
AT&T Makes Generous Donation To 2 Denver High SchoolsAT&T on Tuesday presented a check for $250,000 that will go directly to help students at Denver's North and Manual high schools.
That Random Penny On The Ground Could Be Worth $1,000Picking up a penny could make you $1,000 richer.
Intensive Child Trafficking Sting Focused On Hotels, Truck Stops & Social Media AppsDozens of children have been rescued and pimps arrested across the nation in an FBI sex trafficking sting.
Ballots Mailed Across Colorado: 'Don't Wait Until The Last Minute'Ballots were placed in the mail on Monday, addressed to voters across Colorado.
Clowns Banned From 'Boo At The Zoo'A week before Halloween, the creepy clown hysteria is kicking into overdrive. The Denver Zoo is taking a stand by banning clown costumes from its annual "Boo at the Zoo" Halloween event, but not for everyone.
Police Search For Killer After Victim Murdered At 7-ElevenPolice in Denver searched for the person who killed a man at a convenience store on East Colfax.
For Some, Lantern Festival Causes More Harm Than GoodThe Lantern Fest in Dacono sold out to a crowd of 6,000 people Sunday night, but many walked away without letting one go.
Every Runner Is A Winner At Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Half MarathonAbout 14,000 runners took to the streets of Downtown Denver for the 2-day Transamerica Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Half Marathon.
Police Search For Gunman In Deadly Shooting Of TeenPolice are investigating the deadly shooting of a teenager when the gunman took off before police arrived.
Runner Hits The Streets To Support St. Jude's HospitalFor one runner, participating in the Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Half Marathon is personal. Jess Taylor Cho will run in memory of her father, and to raise money for St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital.
Police Search For Murder Suspect In Deadly Shooting Of Pregnant WomanPolice in Denver issued an arrest warrant for a murder suspect wanted in the deadly shooting of a pregnant woman whose body was found inside a motel room on Colfax Avenue.
Suspect In Good Samaritan Shooting Faces Numerous ChargesA man accused of a shooting his ex-girlfriend and a Good Samaritan who tried to help her is now facing a long list of charges.
Kids Fill Bags With Snacks For Other Children In NeedSeveral kids in Stapleton spent their Saturday morning helping other kids in need.

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