Katja Herbers Explains Romantic Angle In CBS Psychological Mystery 'Evil'Katja Herbers plays Kristen Bouchard, a skeptical psychologist who joins a priest-in-training and a contractor as they investigate the Church’s backlog of unexplained mysteries, including supposed miracles, demonic possessions and hauntings.
Denver Police Arrest 2 Juveniles In Connection With ShootingA young student was shot in the leg not far from her school.
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Wyoming Forensic Lab Helps Colorado, Many Other States Solve Cases Involving Wildlife130 miles north of Denver, a team of forensic scientists in Wyoming are tasked throughout the year to help solve criminal cases in the State of Colorado.
Kristen Miller Helps Jeffco K9s Get Life Saving GearKristen Miller has made it her mission to give back to dogs serving in law enforcement.
230 Acre Farm In Westminster To Be DevelopedOne of the last remaining large undeveloped plots of land in the Denver metro area could soon be home to 2,300 homes and businesses.
Ballot Curing In Aurora Mayoral Race The Work Of VolunteersMore than a week after the election and ballots are still coming in for the Aurora Mayor’s race. 
Attorney Identifies 100 Priests In Sex AbuseAn attorney who represents victims of sex abuse by Catholic Priests called on Colorado legislators to drop the statute of limitations on such crimes on Wednesday.
Fares On N Line Could Be Temporarily ReducedRTD's N Line commuter train isn't operating yet, but the agency's board is considering giving riders a discount for the first six months.
'Whiskey Row' Restaurant And Bar Moves Into Outgoing Lodo's Bar and GrillCountry music singer Dierks Bentley is opening a restaurant and bar in Denver's LoDo neighborhood.
Opening Date Set For New Welcome Center At Denver Art MuseumThe Denver Art Museum announced on Wednesday that on June 6, 2020, they will be opening their new Sie Welcome Center as well as several levels of the modernized Martin Building.
Mitchell Hamilton Charged After American Flag Burned In VailVail police say the man wanted for questioning about a burning American flag has turned himself in.
Students At MSU Denver Watch History In The Making With Impeachment HearingsAcross the country, Americans watched the first public hearing in the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump. Joining them, students in Dr. Rob Preuhs' political science class at Metro State University in Denver.
Concrete Barrier On I-25 Near Castle Rock Damaged By Box TruckThere were some traffic delays on Interstate 25 south of the Denver metro area early Wednesday morning. The driver of a box truck seemingly lost control and slammed into the concrete barrier on the interstate.
Addiction Experts Hope To Get To Underlying Causes For VapingAddiction experts at Golden Peak Recovery Center in Glendale talked about the vaping epidemic in Colorado. The community discussion and open house centered around the underlying causes of vaping.
West Colfax Tradition, Rockley's Music Center, Closes Its Doors After 73 YearsThe oldest business in Lakewood closes up shop.
$5 Million Settlement Paid By Adams County School District 14 Over Teacher Sex AssaultAdams County School District 14 has paid a former 4th grade student who was molested by her teacher $5 million in a settlement the girl’s attorneys characterized as a landmark amount.
Colorado Springs Officers Declared As Justified In Shooting Death Of De'Von BaileyDistrict Attorney Dan May made the announcement Wednesday.
Weld County Sheriff's Deputies Fired After Suspect Was PunchedThe Weld County Sheriff's Office announced three of its deputies were fired after one of them punched a suspect in the back of the head while trying to restrain him.
Denver Nuggets Celebrate 'World Kindness Day'Some Denver Nuggets players celebrated World Kindness Day on Wednesday. They made a surprise visit to the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children.
Denver Native Showcases Unique Art Which Bridges Rural & Urban LifeDuke Beardsley shares his latest art work on display now in Denver.
Abbey Alexander Handles Burn Scars With HumorA young teacher, badly burned in an explosion in Cambodia, is now recovering at her home in Firestone.
Fire Started By Child Playing With Matches, CandlesFire investigators say a child playing with matches started a garage fire in Westminster that caused $50,000 in damage.
Votes Continued To Be Verfiied In Aurora Mayor's RaceElection officials continue to verify about 2,300 ballots in the race for Aurora mayor. Former Congressman Mike Coffman leads the NAACP chapter President Omar Montgomery by fewer than 300 votes.

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