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The Beginning Of One Man’s Madness

You know what month it is. We don’t have to tell you that March Madness is nearing its full mayhem.

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From Record Snow To Little Snow, Fire Danger Is Rising Across Colorado

The recent warm and dry weather has sparked several grass fires on Colorado’s eastern plains in recent weeks.

Clearing snow in the driveway.

From A Blizzard Record To A Heat Record

This year, rather than preparing for what would be the second largest snow event on record for the city of Denver, March 16 saw the earliest 80-degree temperature on its 143-year record.

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Unruly Passenger On Flight To Denver Causes Return Landing

A flight heading to Denver from Washington D.C. on Monday night was forced to land shortly after takeoff because of an unruly passenger.

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Denver Records Earliest 80 Degree Temperature In 143 Year Climate Record

The calendar might still show winter, but it felt more like early summer across Colorado on Monday.

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Colorado Won’t See Upcoming Solar Eclipse, But Will Come Close In 2017

A total solar eclipse is set to happen for parts of the world on March 20, 2015.

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Rihanna Documentary In The Works From Peter Berg

Berg and Rihanna first worked together professionally on the film Battleship, which he directed and in which she starred.

Aurora Officer-Involved Shooting Timeline

The Aurora Police Department on Monday released the following timeline of events related to the officer-involved fatal shooting of suspect Naeschylus Vinzant: On March 6th the Fugitive Apprehension and Surveillance Team (FAAST) was contacted by […]

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Pedestrian Killed By Pickup Truck In Lakewood

The northbound direction of South Wadsworth Boulevard was closed at West 5th Avenue Thursday night after a pedestrian was hit and killed by a pickup truck.

Buffalo Bill (credit: CBS)

Wild West Cowboy To International Celebrity

Buffalo Bill represents the Wild West in human form. After living the cowboy life, he went on the road to share it with the world.

Original Live Truck, KOA, 60s

Delivery Truck Or Live News Truck?

Television has changed drastically over the decades, and this relic is a perfect example of what news used to be.

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In Defense of Shoveling

For CBS4’s Alan Gionet, shoveling snow off his driveway in Evergreen always brings to mind memories of his older brother Dave who died from cancer in 2009.

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Armed Man Enters DPD Substation, Is Arrested

Denver police evacuated the area around one of its substations in southwest Denver after an armed man entered the building.

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Hundreds Gather To Honor Desecrated Police Memorial

In response to an anti-police protest last Saturday, hundreds of people honored Denver police this Saturday who died in the line of duty.

I-70 in Summit County on Friday afternoon (credit: Jim Benemann)

WB Lanes Of I-70 Closed At Georgetown Because Of Accidents

The westbound lanes of Interstate 70 are closed from Georgetown to Silverthorne because of multiple accidents.

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The Fond But Distant Memory Of Summer

In the heart of a fluctuating winter we’d like to remind you of the season called summer.

Letter To Chief White From Officer Danny Veith

Chief White, I find myself at a loss of words, an inability to express how dismayed I am that you have failed to publicly denounce the inexcusable actions by protesters this afternoon. I checked every […]

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North Dakota Beats Denver 73-69 In OT

Lawrence Alexander scored 28 points, including eight in overtime, to lead North Dakota State to a 73-69 win over Denver on Thursday night.

Tina Maze of Slovenia, Anna Fenninger of Austria, and Lindsey Vonn of the United States pose with their medals following the Ladies' Super-G medals ceremony in Championships Plaza on Day 2 of the 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships on February 3, 2015 in Vail, Colorado.  (Photo by Jonathan Selkowitch - Pool/Vail 2015/Getty Images)

Fenninger Leads After 1st Run Of Giant Slalom At Worlds

Anna Fenninger of Austria has a comfortable cushion after the first run of the women’s giant slalom at the world championships Thursday, while Americans Mikaela Shiffrin and Lindsey Vonn are well back.

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The Year Was 1995, The Place Was Joplin, MO

She went on to work as an anchor in her hometown of Little Rock, Arkansas, as a field reporter in Nashville, Tennessee, and again as an anchor in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Carjacking Suspects Steal Car, Threaten Victim With Gun

Police in Denver are searching for two men wanted for stealing a car and threatening the driver with a gun.

Greeley firefighters conducted a technical rescue to get a person to safety after falling 30 feet at a construction site (credit: Greeley Fire)

Greeley Firefighters Rescue Injured Person After 30 Foot Fall At Construction Site

Firefighters in Greeley rushed to rescue an injured person after a 30-foot fall at a construction site.

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Denver, Pueblo & Colorado Springs Set New Record Highs For Feb. 6

A stretch of unusually warm weather will stay in place across Colorado for the first full weekend of February.

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Pastor Was “Like A Father” To Girl He Abused

Gerald Clark, a Westminster pastor, will be sentenced on Friday for his sexual abuse crimes against multiple victims.

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Kids Care Clinic Boosts High Rate Of Vaccinations

The Measles outbreak is a big concern for parents with children who may be around unvaccinated children. One local clinic is hoping to ease those parents’ fears.

An image of the suspect at the 7-Eleven (credit: Sheridan Police)

Sheridan Police Officer Struck By Vehicle, Suspects Sped Away

A Sheridan Police officer is recovering after he was struck by a vehicle as it sped away from a 7-Eleven.

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Important Advice For Women About Measles

Measles can be devastating to anyone who becomes infected. But there is one group for whom we doctors have special concerns. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida has advice for women of child-bearing age.


Vail’s Opening Day In 1962

In honor of the Alpine Skiing World Championship taking place in Vail this week, we’re looking back at the beginning of one of the world’s great ski resorts.

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EXPO Offers Comprehensive Information About Diabetes

More than 300,000 Coloradans live with diabetes, and the American Diabetes Associations hosts EXPO just for them.

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Meteorologist McHeffey Catches Air

It was a division of freestyle skiing that included moguls, dual moguls, inverted and upright aerials. Though he did not ribbon in this event, he placed 10th out of 80 men in a mogul competition the day before.

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March 2003 Snowstorm

Evergreen was hit with 72 inches of snow in over St. Patrick’s Day in 2003. Despite that huge amount, that’s not the largest snowfall in the state’s history. In 1921, Silver Lake saw 76 inches. […]

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Rick Sallinger Covers Conflict In Middle East In Early 90s

During the early 90s, Rick Sallinger covered conflict in the Middle East as a correspondent for CNN’s London bureau.

Kathy Walsh

Kathy Walsh In December 1984

After thirty years, it’s hard to believe a CBS4 without Kathy Walsh.


Valerie Castro: From Intern To CBS4 To NY

Valerie Castro is off to work for CBS New York, the sister station of CBS Denver.

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Larry Green, Dave Aguilera Help Santa Out

Each year from Colorado Springs, NORAD – the North American Aerospace Defense Command – tracks Santa’s progress across the globe.

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Jim Benemann’s Decision In 1994

Jim made the tough decision to leave CBS4 in 1994 to be the main anchor at KGW in Portland, Oregon.

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1997 Pena Blvd Snow

According to NOAA, Denver received nearly 22 inches of snow between October 24 and 25 in 1997.

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Evergreen During The 2003 Blizzard

Denver’s second largest snowstorm dropped nearly 32 inches on the metro area over St. Patrick’s Day in 2003. More than twice that dumped on Evergreen.

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Lombardi Plays Ball With President

Barack Obama wanted to play some pick-up basketball during the DNC in Denver in 2008.

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