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Aurora police looking for suspect in overnight deadly shooting

Aurora police are looking for a suspect in a shooting that happened in the parking lot of a strip mall at 15064 East Mississippi Avenue. The shooting victim was transported to the hospital, but did not survive. The name of the victim has not been released at this time. Aurora's...
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This Nets-Nuggets Trade Features Kevin Durant To Denver

The Brooklyn Nets are certainly in a predicament. The NBA world is abuzz about Kevin Durant’s trade request, but most have more questions than answers. On the one hand, getting a massive return for one of the best scorers in the history of the league should be easy, right? If anything, it comes as a surprise that a deal wasn’t done yesterday, doesn’t it?

Independence Eve: Things to know about Sunday's celebration at Civic Center Park

Independence Eve is back! The Civic Center Conservancy is again hosting the free concert and fireworks show at Civic Center Park in Denver. The gates will open at 4 p.m. Sunday with food trucks and bars open in the park. CBS News Colorado's Michelle Griego and Dominic Garcia are the hosts for the concert beginning at 5 p.m. With the music still playing, the evening ends with its traditional bang -- a fireworks finale off the top of the Denver City & County Building, accompanied by a synchronized light show. (Please be aware that these are not...

Wizards had to take Will Barton to get primary target Monte Morris in trade?

Before the Washington Wizards secured Bradley Beal long-term on a new five-year, $251 million supermax deal they sought a starting point guard to pair with the three-time All-Star. Washington found one in Monte Morris, working a four-player trade with the Denver Nuggets ahead of free agency. The Wizards sent Kentavious...

Nation's first electric bike trade show launches in Denver

The nation's first-ever electric bike trade show is launching in Denver, Colorado.(Photo provided by the (e)revolution e-bike trade show.) Lost Paddle Events, which owns the Big Gear Show, will debut an electric bike trade show that is the first known e-bike-focused national trade show in the country, if not the world.

Lisa Roy knows what it's like to be a young mother who can't afford child care. Now, she's set to lead the Colorado Office of Early Childhood.

In May, Gov. Jared Polis announced that Lisa Roy was the sole finalist to lead the newly created Colorado Office of Early Childhood. Her most recent roles included roughly three years as executive director of early childhood education for Denver Public Schools, where she ran the state’s largest preschool program, and a more than two-year stint in Nebraska working as director of program development for the Buffett Early Childhood Institute.

The Colorado Avalanche need to re-sign Darcy Kuemper

The Colorado Avalanche have to prioritize re-signing goaltender Darcy Kuemper this offseason. Now the festivities are winding down and celebrations are over. Well, at least for General Managers anyway. The NHL Draft and free agency are upon us and it’s time for teams to supplement or retool their rosters. The goalie market is going to be very lucrative this offseason. Goaltenders like Jack Campbell, Mikko Koskinen, Marc-André Fleury, and Braden Holtby will be available. Teams in need of a new netminder will have plenty of options. 2022 Stanley Cup Champion Darcy Kuemper will be a sought-after commodity as well.

Aurora police investigate fatal shooting

A shooting Sunday in Aurora left one man dead, according to the Aurora Police Department. The shooting occurred around 1:45 a.m. in a parking lot at 15064 E. Mississippi Ave., police said. The victim was taken to a hospital, where he later died. The Arapahoe County Coroner's Office will release...

Emotions running high one week after Roe v. Wade overturned

It's been over a week since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, and Coloradans are continuing to show up in protest. On Saturday, hundreds marched through downtown Denver with hopes of protecting the rights of people who may travel to the state to have an abortion."We're fighting for what other states don't have," said Ali Siler, who was out protesting. Her friend Harley Quintana echoed a similar sentiment, telling CBS4, "I'm angry, disappointed... the world shouldn't be like this, every woman has a right, it's their choice, it's their body." In Colorado the right to have an abortion is still...
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Broncos Camp Battles: Predicting Who Starts at ILB Next to Josey Jewell

NFL training camp competitions are the ultimate meritocracy. In the sweltering summer heat, players contend head-to-head while coaches will ultimately select the most capable athlete for the starting job. From the players' perspective, it’s two dogs fighting over one bone with the winner's financial future on the rise and the...

Rockies' Kris Bryant and Randal Grichuk Out vs. D-Backs

Two Colorado Rockies regulars were left out of the lineup against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Sunday. Kris Bryant and Randal Grichuk were given the day off as the Rockies go for the series win against the division rivals. A back injury has kept Bryant out of the lineup for most...

Vandalism to water gates means 'monumental losses' for city of Northglenn

The Grand County Sheriff's Department says recent vandalism to water diversion gates could "monumental losses" of water to the city of Northglenn. The sheriff's office says the city of Northglenn owns a water ditch on Berthoud Pass - in unincorporated Grand County.That ditch diverts water through the gates to Northglenn, authorities say.City employees reported the theft of water and criminal mischief on June 22 after they realized a "sudden and significant" drop in water over the course of two days.They found multiple diversion gates had been intentionally damaged or destroyed."This type of crime is extremely concerning and is in no way victimless. The residents of the City of Northglenn are directly impacted by this vandalism," Sheriff Brett Schroetlin said in a news release on June 30.Those with more information about the vandalism are asked to call the sheriff's office at 970-725-3343 or send an email to

Denver firefighters respond to house fire, 1 crew member hurt

A Denver firefighter had minor injuries after a partial collapse inside a home  during the response to a house fire Sunday afternoon. According to Denver Fire Department's tweet, crews were in the 3700 block of Franklin Street. The firefighter who was reportedly injured in the partial collapse was the only crew member who member who was hurt during the response. The fire department was almost done putting out the fire and clearing the scene at 1 p.m. when DFD sent out its tweet. 

Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone retires from UFC: ‘I don’t love it anymore’

UFC’s resident cowboy is hanging it up. After 55 fights in MMA and the second-most wins in UFC history (23), UFC legend Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone has decided to retire. Cerrone, 39, has fought some of the best that the UFC has had to offer like, Conor McGregor, Rafael Dos Anjos, Justin Gaethje, Leon Edwards, and Jorge Masvidal. The Denver native has really fallen on hard times as a fighter. He ends his career on a seven-fight winless streak with six losses and a no-contest. Five of those losses came by knockout or submission. He finishes his career 36-17 with two no-contests. Cerrone...

FREI: Comcast/Altitude fiasco is unfair definition of Kroenke regime

During the Stanley Cup celebration at Civic Center Park, Joe Sakic saluted Avalanche and Nuggets owner Stan Kroenke, who was present for the ceremony but didn’t go to the podium to speak. Sakic thanked Kroenke for backing him and providing what the franchise needed to succeed. I’m not going...