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A sketch of the suspect (credit: CBS)

Brighton Police Want Help Identifying Sexual Assault Suspect

Police in Brighton are asking for the public’s help in locating a sexual assault suspect.

03/12/2013

Commons Park in Denver (credit: CBS)

Denver Considers Lighting Changes At Commons Park

Denver is considering casting a bit more light on a park that links the Highlands neighborhood to downtown.

07/12/2012

Kayla Chadwick (credit: Fort Morgan Police Department)

More People Join Search For Missing Fort Morgan Teen

It’s been more than a month since a teenager from Fort Morgan disappeared. On Saturday more people joined in the search.

04/28/2012

Confluence Park (credit: CBS)

DPD Sends Out Warning About Attacks At Confluence Park

Police are alerting a Denver neighborhood about a series of attacks.

08/25/2011

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Body Found In River May Be That Of Missing Tuber

A dive team is working to recover a body in the Platte River near Deckers.

07/25/2011

Peru Creek (credit: CBS)

Rain Mixed With Snow Melt Creates Dangerous Flows

The pounding rain on Monday morning made for slick roads in the metro area and creating dangerous conditions on Colorado’s waterways.

06/20/2011

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USGS Studies Snowpack Declines In Last 30 Years

A new federal study suggests the snowpack declines in the Rocky Mountains in the last 30 years are greater than in the past few centuries.

06/11/2011

South Platte River (credit: CBS)

Metro Area Should Be Spared From Flooding

The flooding in the high country has started and high water will be with around for awhile.

06/04/2011

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Volunteers Plant Trees In Denver For Earth Day

People across the Denver metro area were helping the environment on Earth Day.

04/23/2011

Archeologists examine mammoth bones found at Lamb Spring. (credit: CBS)

Mammoth Bones In Douglas County Tell Ancient Story

Big discoveries can be made by accident. Such was the case in the 1960s when a Douglas County rancher dug down into the ground and came up with some big bones. Understanding the significance of his find is still unfolding today.

12/28/2010

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