Denver And Colorado News

UCHealth Now Level 1 Trauma Center, Treats Most Severe InjuriesUCHealth University of Colorado Hospital is now a Level 1 trauma center.
Reality Check: Hard-Hitting Gubernatorial Attack Ad Stirs ControversyA new attack ad in the governor’s race is creating an uproar.
Denver Audiences Can See What Happened Next In ‘Phantom Of The Opera’Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sequel to “Phantom of the Opera” is called “Love Never Dies” and it’s coming to Denver.
Preliminary Hearing Set For Former CU Assistant Football Coach Domestic Violence CaseThe former University of Colorado assistant football coach is set for a preliminary hearing in a domestic violence case.
Creation Of Mural Brings Together Granby CommunityThe new mural that covers an old retaining wall in downtown Granby that spans an entire block, is just the beginning of a rebirth the town hopes will draw more visitors to the small community.
Thornton Mayor Pro Tem Faces Complaint As Mayors Voice Prop 112 OppositionThornton's Mayor Pro-Tem is accused of silencing critics of fracking.
Breckenridge Approves $8 Million Internet Service PlanThe Town of Breckenridge is getting into the internet business. The town council approved the $8 million price tag to build a high-speed internet service.
Police Look For Porch Pirate Wearing Construction VestA man wearing a construction, reflective vest was caught on home surveillance video stealing a package from someone's front porch.
Report: Officers Justified In Colorado Springs ShootingA Colorado district attorney's office has concluded that officers were justified in shooting an Iraqi refugee who is accused of critically wounding a Colorado Springs police officer in August.
3 More Businesses Hit In String Of Smash & Grabs In ParkerThree more businesses were struck early Tuesday morning, just one day after seven businesses were hit early Monday morning.
'Gave Him His Life Back': Family Thanks Paramedics For Saving Man's LifeA grateful family is thanking the paramedics they say saved a husband and father from death.
York Street On Ramp To I-70 Closed PermanentlyDrivers who take York Street to Interstate 70 noticed there was a glitch in their morning commute on Tuesday. The permanent closure of the I-70 on-ramp from York Street happened Monday night.

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Beto O'Rourke and Ted Cruz meet for final debateCruz is leading O'Rourke in a closely watched Senate race in Texas
How to watch the Cruz–O'Rouke Senate debateRepublican Ted Cruz and Democrat Beto O'Rourke square off for their second debate Tuesday
Elizabeth Warren criticized for releasing DNA reportMassachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is facing criticism for her decision to release results of a DNA test that she said proves she has Native American ancestors. President Trump called her "phony" and a "complete and total fraud." CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe reports.
Central Texas hit with deadly flooding after days of rainFlooding in central Texas turned deadly Tuesday following days of pouring rain. Some rivers are 13 feet above flood stage, prompting evacuations. CBS News' Courtney Zubowski reports.
Taliban threatens to disrupt upcoming elections in AfghanistanParliamentary elections are days away in Afghanistan. The Taliban and ISIS is doing all they can to disrupt the vote. CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata reports from Nangarhar, the deadliest province for Americans in 2017.
Immigration officials are using fingerprints from sponsors of unaccompanied children to make arrestsThe Trump administration toughened the vetting process for potential sponsors of migrant children in U.S. government custody. As New York Times immigration reporter Caitlin Dickerson explains, the government is requiring fingerprints from everyone living in houses to which an unaccompanied would be released. Those fingerprints are being turned over to immigration officials, who use them to arrest undocumented immigrants.