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Douglas County Sheriff’s Detectives Speak With Double Homicide Suspect Casey DevolCasey Devol will face a judge in Salina, Kansas on Friday morning, where he could waive extradition and prepare to return to Colorado.
Boulder Valley School District Hosts Hiring Event to Attract More Teachers of ColorThe Boulder Valley School District is hosting a hiring event to attract more teachers of color.
Denver public school teacher thinks students should have a say in face mask decisionAt least one Denver Public Schools teacher thinks students should have a say in the face mask decision.
Loveland Police Arrest Sexual Assault Suspect Reed Charron, Detectives Believe There May Be More VictimsLoveland Police have arrested sexual assault suspect Reed Akeley Charron.
Denver Police Fraternity Boxing Program Holds FundraiserThe Denver Police fraternity boxing program is hosting a fundraiser to raise money to replace a stolen trailer full of boxing gear.
Joaquin Romero will be remembered at the vigil at Huston Lake Park on SaturdayJoaquin Romero was hit and killed by a driver and will be recalled at a vigil on Saturday.
Colorado sets marijuana sales record in 2021Colorado set a new marijuana sales record last year.
Mayor Michael Hancock’s Message to Everyone: Don’t Give Up on Downtown DenverMayor Michael Hancock recently unveiled an aggressive new crime-fighting plan.
Gas stoves could harm those who use them to cookSome health experts say the risk of having a gas stove is comparable to living in a household with a smoker.
New technology aims to protect people from avalanchesThe Colorado Department of Transportation is using new technology to protect people from avalanches.
Justin Bannan, former CU and Broncos football player, convicted of attempted murderJustin Bannan, a former University of Colorado and Denver Broncos defensive lineman, was sentenced to 16 years in prison for shooting and injuring a woman at a Boulder business.
Douglas County Election Clerk Merlin Klotz acquitted in election infractions investigationThe Colorado secretary of state said a Republican election clerk has been cleared of the charge that he was involved in a potential election material security breach and is closing her investigation into the matter.
Snowy and cold Friday on the wayWatch Dave Aguilera’s predictions
Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters guilty of obstructionThe embattled Mesa County Clerk turned himself in to police for obstructing a peace officer and obstructing government operations.
A teacher speaks out after what happened to her class of students with learning disabilitiesThe teacher took the students to an office supply store where she says they were discriminated against.
Governor Polis Outlined Ambitious Plans to Help End Growing Violence in ColoradoGovernor Polis introduced a package of bills that included money for crime prevention.
Positive response so far to Denver ordinance to reduce waste from single-use utensils and condimentsDenver city leaders say they’ve seen a positive response so far from restaurants and customers to a new ordinance that requires businesses to ask customers if they’d like to opt out of single-use items like plastic forks. , chopsticks, or condiment packets when ordering takeout from a restaurant or using a food delivery app service.
Where are the black-owned businesses in Denver?Visit our website CBSDenver.com for a list of Black-Owned Businesses in Denver that people can support during February – Black History Month.
COVID in Colorado: Health experts urge everyone to get vaccinated, reminderState health officials say not to rule out a COVID-19 recall in the future, but in the meantime Colorado is making progress.
State lawmakers debate tougher funeral home regulationsState lawmakers are considering a bill to oversee funeral homes that could lead to tougher regulation for the industry.
Douglas County double murder victims identified as Bryan Gray and Jessica MitchellA 34-year-old man and 32-year-old woman who were fatally shot and whose bodies were found in Douglas County this week have been identified.
Create a healthy body and mind by giving yourself some attentionFebruary is the month of love, but what better way to celebrate than to show some love?
The funeral of former Broomfield Police Chief Tom Deland will take place on Friday afternoonThe funeral of Tom Deland, former Broomfield police chief who died earlier this month, will take place on Friday afternoon at a church in Broomfield.