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Tuesday January 18th CBSN Denver Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer peers into his crystal ball and tells you where he sees value in the futures market for the Super Bowl winner.
US Plans $50 Billion Wildfire Fight Where Forests Meet SuburbiaAs climate change heats up and dries out the West, administration officials said they have crafted a $50 billion plan to more than double the use of controlled fires and logging to reduce trees and other vegetation that serves as tinder in the most at-risk areas.
Another Wolf Attack Kills 1 Colorado Cow, Injures AnotherThe Colorado Parks and Wildlife reports another wolf attack in Colorado.
Airlines Warn Of 'Catastrophic Disruption', 5G Rollout Delayed Near AirportsVerizon and AT&T are delaying the launch of their 5G technology near some airports just a day before their planned rollouts.
40,000 People Sign Petition Demanding Vail Resorts Hire More Workers And Offer Better PayMore than 40,000 people have signed a petition calling on Vail Resorts to pay its employees better -- and deliver the value season pass holders deserve.
Casa Bonita Employees Paid During Renovations, Many Volunteering In CommunityCasa Bonita employees are being paid during renovations to the restaurant and many are taking the time to volunteer in the community.
Colorado Animal Shelters Benefit From #BettyWhiteChallengeThe “Betty White Challenge” took social media by storm and encouraged people to donate to local animal shelters on White’s 100th birthday in her honor.
Freezing Drizzle And Snow Expected WednesdayWatch Meteorologist Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Adams 14 Students Return To Class After Week Of Remote LearningSome students in the Adams 14 School District returned to class on Tuesday after a week of remote learning.
COVID In Colorado: State To Give Out Free KN95 MasksThe state of Colorado will soon provide free KN95 masks to Coloradans.
Paid To Picket: King Soopers Employees Share Reason For Getting Paid To StrikeKing Soopers employees who are striking are getting paid by the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7.
'The Amazing Race' Resumes After COVID Forces A 19-Month HiatusThe Race started filming in 2020 but was forced to take a 19-month hiatus due to the coronavirus.
Colorado nonprofit Imagination Videobooks Is Adapting The Classic Children’s Story Winnie the PoohColorado nonprofit Imagination Videobooks is adapting the classic children’s story Winnie the Pooh into a series of audiobooks made specifically for those with visual impairments. Creator and narrator Richard Rieman discusses the project with CBS4’s Dominic Garcia.
Record Numbers Of Firearms Detected At DIA's Security Checkpoints Last YearThe Transportation Security Administration says Denver International Airport ranks 6th worst for guns found at checkpoints.
Colorado Ranks Among Worst States For DriversOne study is ranking Colorado as among the worst states to drive.
1 Dead, Multiple Hurt In Head-On US 287 Crash Just North Of LongmontColorado State Patrol responded to a deadly crash on U.S. 287 just north of Longmont Tuesday morning.
Prescribed Burns Underway In Rio Grande State Wildlife Area Through FebruaryColorado Parks and Wildlife will be working on a new burn project over the next few weeks.
King Soopers, Union Representing Striking Workers Return To Bargaining Table As Strike Nears 1 WeekKing Soopers and UFCW Local 7, the union representing workers who are on strike, returned to the bargaining table on Tuesday morning.
Rare Freezing Drizzle Possible Late TonightWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Pedestrian Lying In Street Struck, Killed By Aurora Police OfficerThe Colorado State Patrol is investigating a deadly crash after an on-duty Aurora police officer, who was driving a police vehicle, hit and killed a pedestrian.
Centura-Avista Adventist Hospital Reopens After Evacuating During The Marshall FireCentura-Avista Adventist Hospital in Louisville reopens after evacuating during Marshall Fire.
40,000 People Sign Petition Demanding Vail Resorts Hire More Workers And Pay Them BetterMore than 40,000 people have signed a petition calling on Vail Resorts to pay its employees better -- and deliver the value season pass holders deserve.
Colorado Secretary Of State Files Lawsuit To Bar Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters From Overseeing 2022 ElectionsColorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold has filed a lawsuit to ban Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters from overseeing the 2022 elections.
Fire Destroys Home On Pine Meadow Drive Outside Estes ParkFirefighters responded to a house fire in the 2200 block of Pine Meadow Drive after receiving a call at 12:51 a.m.

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