COMING UP: CBS4 Investigates Mistaken Identity, Tonight At 10 (Watch Preview)


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Citizens Rescue Boys From Drowning At Cherry Creek Reservoir

It was a beautiful day at the beach when suddenly some women spotted two boys who were having trouble in the water.


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Man Drowns While Floating In Tube Down Colorado River

A man drowned while floating down the Colorado River on Saturday.


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Arvada Day Care Under Investigation After Toddler Falls In Swimming Pool

The owner of a day care is under investigation after a 2-year-old fell into a backyard pool Tuesday morning.


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Teen Found Floating Face Down In Fort Collins Pond

An autopsy will be done Wednesday morning on a teenager who was found floating face down in a pond in Fort Collins.


This is believed to be spot where the lightning struck the man outside his car. (credit: CBS)

Lightning Strike Victim Still Hospitalized With Severe Burns

A wife says her husband has horrible burns after being hit by lightning, but the strike didn’t damage any of his internal organs.



Boy Nearly Drowns In Pool In East Denver

A 9-year-old boy is recovering after being saved from drowning by another boy.


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Inmate Hospitalized After Apparent Suicide Attempt

– Authorities say a 21-year-old inmate at the Boulder County jail is in critical condition after an apparent suicide attempt in his cell.


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Man Killed After Driving Into South Platte River

Alcohol is likely to blame for a deadly crash into the South Platte River on Saturday.


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CPR Training, 911 Call Key In Saving Infant’s Life

A Denver area 911 operator helped a family save a child after a 4-month-old was found in his bassinet on his stomach and unresponsive.


Heather La Puma shows CBS4's Kathy Walsh how to perfrom bystander CPR (credit: CBS)

Short Video On CPR Can Motivate To Save A Life

It’s well known CPR can help save lives. “Hands-only” CPR is simpler than ever, but many people won’t even try it. Now a new study shows just a one minute long video can motivate bystanders to jump in and help.




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