John Bowlen, the 29-year-old son of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, pleaded not guilty Monday to domestic violence charges stemming from a June 3 altercation with his girlfriend.
The Broncos will have plenty of unanswered questions as they head into the season. CBS4’s Mark Haas has come up with five scenarios for the Broncos this season.
Researchers in the Denver metro area are closer to cracking the secrets of Alzheimer’s disease. Clinical trials at CU Anschutz are giving some patients and families hope.
Denver Broncos training camp is fast approaching, and with it another eventful offseason in the books. The team made plenty of headlines, some good, some bad. Next week we will handle the negative, but CBS4’s Mark Haas has the positives.
New details emerged about the domestic violence arrest of John Bowlen, the son of ailing Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, with the release of the 911 call. The younger Bowlen, considered one of seven potential heirs to the Broncos franchise, was arrested Wednesday night after a fight with his girlfriend.
One of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen’s sons has been arrested and charged with harassment after an alleged act of domestic violence with a woman who told police they were dating him.
For the first time, Pat Bowlen’s daughter shared with CBS4’s Brooke Rogers her journey and her hope to make the Alzheimer’s fight part of a new kind of winning strategy.
The easy part was selecting team owner Pat Bowlen for the Denver Broncos’ ring of fame. The hard part was telling him.
The Broncos announced on Wednesday that Pat Bowlen will join the Ring of Fame.
“I’m so proud to be back in the Broncos Nation.” Those were the words of Gary Kubiak on Tuesday afternoon at Broncos headquarters as he was introduced as head coach.