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Man's Body Discovered In Car Found Upside Down In CanalA man's body was discovered inside a vehicle that was found upside down in a canal in Commerce City.
Family Loses Home After FireA family in Commerce City has been displaced after an early morning fire.
Brighton Boulevard Closed Due To Road Damage On I-270Crews closed Brighton Boulevard in both directions on Tuesday afternoon because of road damage on Interstate 270 above Brighton Boulevard.
Person Killed After Being Ejected In 2-Vehicle CrashA crash in Commerce City killed one person Tuesday morning.
Man Claims Excessive Force By Police During Medical EpisodeA police department already under investigation by the Department of Justice is now facing a federal civil lawsuit for a man who claims excessive force by officers while he was having a medical episode.
Landfill Search For Missing Woman Could Take WeeksThe search for a missing woman in a landfill could take weeks or longer. Investigators have focused their efforts on finding the remains of Charlene Voight in hopes of solving her mysterious disappearance.
Goalkeeper Tim Howard To Undergo SurgeryColorado Rapids goalkeeper Tim Howard will undergo season-ending surgery Thursday for an injury he sustained in last week's World Cup qualifier between the U.S. and Mexico.
Search Underway At Landfill For Missing WomanNew details have emerged in the disappearance of a woman who recently moved to Littleton from southern California. CBS4 has learned that police are searching a landfill in Commerce City for the remains of Charlene Voight.
Truck Driver Convicted In Truck Stop ShootingA truck driver has been convicted of attempted second-degree murder in a shooting at a truck stop.
Weeks of Cold Showers At HUD Housing Complex, Problem Said To Be FixedResidents demanded answers after weeks of cold showers at their subsidized housing community in Commerce City and now the problem has been fixed.
Suncor Letter: Sulfur Dioxide Released 150 Times Beyond 24-Hour LimitAccording to a company letter obtained by the Denver Post, the orange cloud released from Suncor two weeks ago contained 75,600 pounds of sulfur dioxide.
Air Monitoring To Continue After Suncor's Orange CloudAir monitoring will continue following a yellow-orange cloud release from the Suncor plant in Commerce City. That cloud could be seen for miles Friday afternoon.

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