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Denver Records Earliest 80 Degree Temperature In 143 Year Climate Record

The calendar might still show winter, but it felt more like early summer across Colorado on Monday.


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Wray Schools Closed For 2nd Day Following Yik Yak Post

Schools are closed for a second day in Wray as authorities investigate a possible threat that was made using the social media app Yik Yak.


CBS4's Lauren DiSpirito talks with farmer Kirk Eppelsheimer about hemp farming (credit: CBS)

Colorado Angles To Expand Hemp Industry

Colorado is just starting its experiment with industrial hemp production. But interest in the new crop is so strong that the state is moving to expand the number and size of farms that can grow marijuana’s non-intoxicating cousin.


A grass fire that ignited on Wednesday near Wray (credit: Yuma Co. resident)

Fire Crews Get 2,000 Acre Grass Fire Under Control

Fire crews quickly got control of a large grass fire that ignited near Yuma on Wednesday.


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Truck Collides With School Bus In Yuma County

A school bus collided with a pickup truck in the town of Wray.


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GOP State Senator To Launch Governor Challenge

A Republican state senator known for gun-rights advocacy is planning to challenge Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper next year.


The Colorado Legislature (credit: CBS)

Colorado GOP Shows Shifting Immigrant Tuition Stance

An immigrant tuition bill has gotten its first-ever support from Republicans in the Colorado Senate.


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Colorado Lawmaker Wants To Keep Daylight Saving Time Year Round

Colorado state lawmaker Greg Brophy says his constituents are tired of setting their clocks ahead and back each year.


Tyler Withrow (credit: Yuma County Sheriff)

Man In Custody After Murders Of 2 Women In Yuma County

A 30-year-old man is facing murder charges after two women were found dead in a home on Colorado’s Eastern Plains.


A keg in a firehouse (credit: CBS)

Kegs Of Beer Booted From Firehouse

A volunteer fire department in Yuma County has agreed to remove kegs of beer stocked in its firehouse following concerns raised by two community members who said alcohol in the firehouse was a potential liability problem.



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