Fort Collins Police officers are encouraging parents in northern Colorado to both warn and educate their teenagers about the dangers of interacting with strangers.

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SnapDNA Plans Headquarters In Broomfield, Bringing 140+ JobsGov. Jared Polis' office announced another company will build its headquarters in Colorado. SnapDNA is planning to set up shop in Broomfield.
Denver Restaurant Week To Return March 11-20 For 19th YearDenver Restaurant Week will return for its 19th year in March.
Michael Ninomiya Arrested By Denver Police For Attempted First-Degree Murder Involving 5-Year-Old SonPolice in Denver arrested a 42-year-old for investigation of attempted first-degree murder after an incident involving his 5-year-old son.
Dentist Dr. Larry Rudolph Accused Of Murder In Wife's DeathA murder case drawing national and international attention is due to be tried in Denver despite the incident happening thousands of miles away.
Skyridge Nurse Kristan Dye Honored For Helping Victim At Scene Of Car CrashShe helps save lives every day at work, and last month she was in the right place at the right time to help another person in need.
I-70 Reopens In Arvada After Fire Engine, State Patrol Vehicle Struck By DriversInterstate 70 reopened in Arvada Wednesday morning after crashes involving a fire engine and Colorado State Patrol vehicle closed eastbound lanes.
Marshall Fire Disaster Assistance Center In Lafayette Closes Early Due To Icy Roads, Dangerous Travel ConditionsThe Disaster Assistance Center for those impacted by the  Marshall Fire closed at 1 p.m. Wednesday due to adverse weather conditions like icy roads.
Blood Shortage Has Sen. Michael Bennet, 21 Other Senators Urging FDA To Lift Restrictions On Who Can Donate BloodAn unprecedented blood shortage has Senator Michael Bennet, a Democrat representing Colorado, and 21 other lawmakers urging the FDA to lift restrictions on who can donate blood.
'Unless Your Car Came Equipped With Ice Skates, Stay Home': Wheat Ridge Police Issue Warning For DriversWheat Ridge Police are warning drivers about slick conditions on Wednesday. First, police tweeted that the city was on accident alert.
Recognize This Tiny Urn Found In Commerce City?Investigators in Commerce City are hoping to return a tiny urn, found inside a stolen car, to the family it belongs to. On Aug. 16, 2021, an item containing the miniature urn was turned in to the CCPD Property and Evidence Unit.
Does Your Valentine Love Animals? Send An Animal Gram!Want a creative gift this Valentine's Day? Send an Animal Gram!
75th Ave Bag Drop Off Returns To DIATravelers can once again drop off bags to be checked at 75th ave near Pikes Peak lot.
Boulder County Investigators Find Bone Fragments At Home Of Nadine Turnbull, Missing In Marshall FireBoulder County Sheriff's deputies have found small bone fragments at the destroyed home of Nadine Turnbull, a woman gone missing during the Marshall Fire.
Boy Arrested After Report Of Shots Fired Near Manual School Campus In DenverDenver Police Department confirmed Wednesday a boy was arrested after police responded to the report of shots fired in a neighborhood near the Manual High/Middle School campus in Denver Tuesday afternoon.
63-Year-Old Man Dies From Injuries In Shooting At 16th Ave, Lansing St In Aurora, No ArrestsAurora Police Department responded to a deadly shooting Tuesday night. A 63-year-old man was found shot, and he died after being taken to the hospital, police said.
Boulder County Investigators Find Bone Fragments At Home Of Nadine Turnbull, Missing In Marshall FireBoulder County Sheriff's deputies have found small bone fragments at the destroyed home of Nadine Turnbull, a woman gone missing during the Marshall Fire.
Louisville Water Treatment Team Battled Marshall Fire Behind The ScenesWhile fire crews battled the growing Marshall Fire, a fight behind the scenes was underway.
Union Leaders Say They Plan To Appeal Judge's Temporary Restraining Order Against King Soopers StrikersJudge grants request from King Soopers for a temporary restraining order against strikers. The union representing workers says they will appeal the order and call allegations made by King Soopers against strikers unfounded.
Deaths On Colorado Roads Cause For WorryMore than 600 people died on Colorado's roads in 2020.
Owner Of Liquor License At Downtown Denver Bar With Fatal Shooting Surrenders LicenseThe owner of a liquor license at Cabin Tap House, where a double fatal New Year’s Eve shooting occurred, surrendered the license Tuesday.
Another Wolf Attack Kills 1 Colorado Cow, Injures AnotherThe Colorado Parks and Wildlife reports another wolf attack in Colorado.
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.
'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.

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