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High School Keeps Mascot, Collaborates With Native American Tribe

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By Joel Hillan STRASBURG, Colo. (CBS4)– Strasburg High School calls themselves the “Home of the Indians.” The Native American mascot has served them well through the years, but more recently, it’s been at the center of a nationwide controversy. (credit: CBS) Instead of scraping the mascot altogether, the students at the school decided to reach Read More

‘Any Street Grocery’ Brings Fresh Produce To Food Deserts

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By Jamie Leary DENVER (CBS4)– Steve Lockhart and Ashleigh Ruehrdanz were finishing their degrees at the Colorado School of Public Health and it didn’t take them long to figure out how to put those degrees to use. “The concept came to fruition in September of 2015. Ashleigh had this idea of trying to figure out a Read More

‘Big Hearts Closet’ Helps Foster Families

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By Dominic Garcia DENVER (CBS4)– Denver Human Services is teaming up with a local church to provide a valuable resource in the community for foster families. It’s called The Big Hearts Closet in Aurora and it’s stocked with new or barely used items foster parents often need, like furniture, baby gear like strollers, baby carriers Read More

Summer Program Aims To Help Teenagers Give Back & Find Purpose

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(credit: Colorado Young Leaders) By Britt Moreno DENVER (CBS4) – A Colorado summer program allows teenagers to serve their communities while seeking adventure! (credit: Colorado Young Leaders) Teenagers are able to spend time outdoors and explore our beautiful state while helping to improve the lives of others. Colorado Young Leaders is a nonprofit group which allows Read More

Report: Peyton Manning Could Be Part Of Bid To Buy Carolina Panthers

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Ryan Mayer Since Peyton Manning retired two years ago, there has been plenty of speculation about what his next chapter would be in the game of football. Well, according to a report from the Charlotte Observer, that next step could be getting involved in owning a franchise. (credit: Bobby Ellis/Getty Images) According to the Observer’s Read More

Police Resume Digging For Remains Of Up To 7 Missing Girls

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MACOMB TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) The FBI and other agencies restarted the work at a site about 30 miles (50 kilometers) northeast of downtown Detroit in Macomb Township, police said.Crews arrived there Monday and began digging in earnest Tuesday for the remains of Kimberly King, a 12-year-old girl who was last seen in 1979 in Warren. Read More

Wildlife Officials: Public Helps Solve Moose Harassment Incidents

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SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– The Colorado Parks and Wildlife says that the public helped them solve two incidents involving harassment of moose but they are still looking for help in finding the people involved in a third incident. In the recent cases, wildlife officials say social media not only played a role in helping track Read More

Grandfather Back In The Conversation With Cochlear Implant

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By Kathy Walsh AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – A grandfather of five says he’s gotten his life back now that he can hear again. Darrel Thomas, 77, credits a cochlear implant he got last summer. Darrel Thomas (credit: CBS) CBS4’s Health Specialist Kathy Walsh was there when Thomas came back for a checkup at UCHealth Hearing and Read More

Latest Forecast: Warming Up Daily Before Weekend Cool Down

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By Lauren Whitney DENVER (CBS4) – Another warm day in Colorado, with much more sunshine than Monday. Highs didn’t quite crack the 80s today, but it was still a warm gorgeous day. Wednesday will be another warm day, with highs just a touch warmer than Tuesday in the low 80s. We could possibly see record Read More