New Year’s Day

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A History Of The Holidays From Thanksgiving To New Years’

How many people actually know the history behind one of the most joyous seasons?


The area where the robbery occurred (credit: Denver Police Department)

Denver Police Want Help Locating Armed Robbery Suspects

According to police, just after midnight on New Year’s Day officers were flagged down by two victims who said they were robbed at gunpoint in the Five Points neighborhood.


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RTD Once Again Offering Free Rides On New Year’s Eve

The Regional Transportation District is offering free rides this New Year’s Eve to help people avoid drinking and driving.


Pikes Peak (credit: CBS)

Pikes Peaks Highway To Open To Cyclists

Cyclists will soon be able to pedal all the way to the top of Pikes Peak.



No Charges In Alleged Kent Sex Assault

The district attorney for Colorado’s 5th Judicial District has decided not to file criminal charges against three male students from Kent Denver School who were under investigation for allegedly sexually assaulting a female.


Snow surveyors measure the snowpack on Berthoud Pass in this undated file photo. (credit: CBS)

Colorado Has Lowest New Year’s Snowpack Since 2002

Colorado’s snowpack continues to lag but the state is still benefiting from a wet 2011.


Shawn Forbes (credit: Denver DA)

Man Locked Out Of Hotel Room On New Year’s Charged With Assault

A man locked out of his room on New Year’s Day at a Denver hotel has been charged with assault.


Baby Aubrey (credit: CBS)

Arvada Couple Celebrates New Year With Brand New Baby Girl

An Arvada couple is celebrating the new year with a brand new baby girl.


A sign on the interstate warning drivers (credit: CBS)

State Patrol ‘Heat Is On’ Campaign Picks Up For The Holidays

A sign for the holidays from the Colorado Department of Transportation and the Colorado State Patrol — “designate a sober driver.”


Mayor Michael Hancock at the Denver Pavilions Monday morning (credit: CBS)

Mayor Hancock Kicks Off Denver’s Mile High Holidays Campaign

Denver’s first lady, Mary Louise Lee, helped kick off the holiday season by singing a few tunes on the 16th Street Mall Monday morning.




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