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Colorado Wildlife Experts Reviewing Tactics Following Wolf AttacksDon Gittleson, a Colorado rancher, says two cattle in two days two too many.
Elbert County Clerk Subpoenaed Following Possible Election Security BreachA second Colorado county is under the scrutiny of the Secretary of State's office regarding a possible security breach involving election equipment.
Denver City Council To Vote On $500,000 Settlement For Black Lives Matter Protest InjuryThe Denver City Council will vote on a half-a-million settlement for a man who was injured during the Black Lives Matter protests in 2020.
New Video Raises Concerns About Traffic Stop Of Commerce City Police ChiefDashcam video from a Utah Highway Patrol car of a speeding stop of Commerce City Police Chief Clint Nichols in 2020 is raising questions about Nichols' account of what exactly happened.
Alondra Michel Arrested In Connection To 5-Year-Old Boy's Death In Apartment FireAurora Fire Rescue is investigating an overnight fire that claimed the life of a five-year-old boy on Monday.
The City Council In Aurora Will Soon Debate Banning Homeless Residents From Camping In The CityMayor Mike Coffman is once again pushing for a ban on homeless camping in Aurora.
Winter Weather Advisory For Denver And The Front RangeWatch Dave Aguilera's Snow Forecast
New Space Telescope With Largest Mirror Ever Deployed Into Space Reaches Final Stop Million Miles OutThe world's biggest, most powerful space telescope arrived at its observation post 1 million miles from Earth on Monday, a month after it lifted off on a quest to behold the dawn of the universe.
Denver Principal On Administrative Leave Following Allegations Of DiscriminationDenver Public Schools placed a principal on administrative leave on Monday after reports of discrimination. CBS4 first reported on Leanne Hightower in December when dozens of students and parents staged a walkout at McGlone Academy.
Feds Waive Fees For Lost Passports In Marshall Fire After Requests By Hickenlooper, Bennet, NeguseThe office of Colorado U.S. Sen. John Hickenlooper announced he, Colorado U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet and State Rep. Joe Neguse confirmed the U.S. Department of State will waive fees for replacement passports destroyed or damaged in the Marshall Fire.
Investigators: Burning Remnants Of Underground Coal Mines Are Possible Cause Of Marshall FireInvestigators with the Boulder County Sheriff's Office are considering a number of possible causes of the Marshall Fire, a grass fire which was propelled by 100-mph winds into southern Boulder County subdivisions and which quickly became the state's costliest wildfire in terms of homes destroyed.
King Soopers Union Members Begin Voting On Contract That Would End StrikeMembers of the UFCW Local 7, the union representing King Soopers workers, voted Monday on a contract that would end the strike. Employees returned to the store on Friday amid the announcement that an agreement had been reached.
5-Year-Old Boy Dies After Aurora Apartment Building Goes Up In FlamesAurora Fire Rescue is investigating an overnight fire that claimed the life of a five-year-old boy on Monday.
Denver Nuggets Game Vlog: 1/23/22 vs. Detroit PistonsGet a first-person look at what it's like to cover a Denver Nuggets game with the sports department and their game day vlogs. In this episode: Ryan goes to Sunday's Pistons game, but wound up filming a child beating a bunch of mascots with a club - you'll see what we mean.
Fort Morgan Police: Crash Kills Female In Middle Of The StreetFort Morgan police say a female victim died after she was hit by a vehicle on Friday night. Police responded to the area near 7th Avenue and Main Street.
Anthony Zaghab Of Centennial Imprisoned For Fraudulently Obtaining Pandemic Relief FundsFifty-two-year-old Anthony Zaghab of Centennial was sentenced recently to 30 months in federal prison and ordered to repay the $708,141 he received from the U.S. government that was intended for businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Monday January 24th CBS News Colorado Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer gives you his thoughts on the Avalanche including his best bet for tonight's matchup when they host the Blackhawks, and looks ahead to Sunday's AFC Championship game between the Bengals and the Chiefs.
Neighbor's Doorbell Camera Records Sound Of Shots Fired In ThorntonThornton Police Department responded to a report of shots fired in a neighborhood.
Union Members Vote On Tentative Agreement To End King Soopers StrikeMembers of the union are voting on the tentative agreement to end the King Soopers strike.
Denver Police Officer Released From Hospital After SUV Crashes Into Police VehicleA Denver police officer was released from the hospital hours after an SUV driver rear-ended the officer's cruiser.
Child Dies After Apartment Fire On Evans Ave In Aurora, Dozens DisplacedAurora Fire Department responded to an apartment fire that caused the death of a child and also displaced dozens of people overnight Monday.
Crocs Donates 30,000 Pairs Of Shoes To Those Impacted By Marshall FireCrocs plans to donate 30,000 pairs of shoes to every student and staff member in the Boulder Valley School District.
Snow Arrives Tonight, Slow Morning Commute AheadWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
World War II Pilot Remembered On 80th Anniversary Of DeathWorld War II pilot Bert Christman honored with special flyover marking the 80th anniversary of his death.

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