Firestone, CO

Esequil Gomez & Demi Maestas Considered Armed & Dangerous Following Numerous Alleged Burglaries

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (CBS4) – Commerce City police want to find two suspect they consider armed and dangerous. Police say both Esequiel Gomez and Demi Maestas committed a series of commercial burglaries and vehicle thefts over the course of the last several months all across the Denver metro area. Both Gomez, 32, and Maestas, 29, are suspected to be part of a group accused of stealing cars to ram them into businesses in the middle of the night. Esequil Gomez (left) and Demi Maestas (right) (credit: Commerce City Police) Police say both suspects have been seen with firearms during the burglaries in Commerce City,...
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Roe v. Wade has been overturned. Colorado will now be one of few places in the region where abortion access is the law

Colorado and Roe: What it means for CO | What the people on your ballot are saying | Colorado's politicians react | How Denver leaders are responding | Rallies in Denver. The Supreme Court has ended constitutional protections for abortion that had been in place nearly 50 years — a decision by its conservative majority to overturn the court's landmark abortion cases.
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USWNT vs. Colombia live stream, how to watch: Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan back for Concacaf W tune-up games

The U.S. women's national team will square off against Colombia Saturday at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colorado. The game is the first of two friendlies set up against the South Americans as the final preparations take place ahead of the Concacaf W Championship in July on Paramount+. The Concacaf W Championship in Monterrey, Mexico, will serve as qualifiers for the 2023 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand and the 2024 Summer Olympic Games in Paris.

Mountain lion caught on camera in downtown Denver

DENVER — Downtown Denver residents may catch a glimpse of a four-legged creature that found its way into the Mile High City. 9NEWS viewer Scott Harris caught a mountain lion on a security camera Thursday night at his Lower Highland home. It didn't seem to be up to any...

Six can't-miss festivals to catch this weekend in Colorado

🏳️‍🌈 Denver PrideFest, hosted by the Center on Colfax, will take over Civic Center Park on Saturday and Sunday for a colorful celebration featuring more than 250 exhibitors, food trucks, a rally at the State Capitol and more. 🍺 Head to Evergreen on Saturday for the Hops Drops Evergreen Music and Beer Festival, showcasing over a dozen bands, including the California Honeydrops, and some of the state's best breweries. 🎭 The third annual Denver Fringe Festival is back this weekend, offering more than 40 improv, magic, cabaret and comedy shows across 10 venues in the Rino Art District and Five Points.🌸 Celebrate Japanese heritage and culture with live entertainment, food and drink at the Cherry Blossom Festival, hosted by the Sakura Foundation and Tri-State/Denver Buddhist Temple, which is back for its 48th year at Sakura Square this Saturday and Sunday. 🌮 Bring your appetite to the Denver Taco Festival at the Stockyards Event Center this Saturday and Sunday, with dozens of street taco vendors, chihuahua races, live music and Lucha libre. 🦄 Magic is in the air this Saturday and Sunday at the Unicorn Festival in Littleton, including real-life unicorns, famous princesses, a castle obstacle course and more.
Fort Morgan Times

UPDATED: Man dies on Jackson Lake

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to include information from Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Further information will be added as it develops. A man has died at Jackson Lake in western Morgan County as a result of a “significant and sudden cardiac event,” Morgan County Coroner Don Heer said Friday.

Here's when the last light rail train leaves downtown tonight

DENVER — Enjoy the game, Avalanche fans, but don't miss your train. The Regional Transportation District (RTD) is adding extra trains to help manage the crowds of the Stanley Cup Final in downtown Denver. RTD light rail riders in downtown Denver for the game at Ball Arena or the...

Shooting leaves one dead in Sun Valley neighborhood

One person was killed and another was injured in a shooting in Denver's Sun Valley neighborhood on Thursday night. Police said the shooting happened in the area of 6th Avenue and Federal Boulevard. The Denver Police Department announced the shooting on Twitter at 9:12 p.m. Officers located two people who...

1 Dead, 1 Injured In Shooting At 6th, Federal In Denver; No Arrests Made

(CBS4) — One person was killed and another injured in a shooting at the intersection with 6th Avenue and Federal Boulevard in Denver on Thursday night. According to the DPD tweet, officers responded to the area of the shooting and eventually confirmed two victims were connected. The victim who was killed died at the scene, while the other gunshot victim was taken to the hospital for treatment. Their health status was unknown overnight. People in a vehicle that wasn’t involved in the shooting was hit by the car of one of the victim’s who was shot. No one in the bystander car was seriously hurt. There were no arrests made during the response to the shooting. Anyone with information can call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867(STOP). UPDATE: 2/2 do not have serious injuries. The identity of the deceased victim will be released by the medical examiner’s office. The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact @CrimeStoppersCO at 720-913-7867(STOP) — Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) June 24, 2022