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Legendary ‘Woah Nellie’ Sports Announcer Passes Away

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DENVER (CBS4) – Beloved college football announcer Keith Jackson has died, according to his former employer ESPN which told CBS News. Keith Jackson (center) receiving a Touchdown Club award in 1978. (credit: Getty Images) Many knew Jackson for his famous catch phrases like “Woah Nellie.” He’s also credited with giving the “Granddaddy of Them All” nickname Read More

Eagles Playoff Injury Report: Dannell Ellerbe Questionable For Playoff Matchup Vs. Atlanta Falcons

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By Kevin McGuire Two members of the Philadelphia Eagles defense are listed as questionable for Saturday afternoon’s NFC Divisional Round playoff matchup against the Atlanta Falcons. Starting middle linebacker Dannell Ellerbe, who has taken over the role for Joe Walker due to a season-ending injury, is officially listed as questionable for the Eagles this weekend. His Read More

NB I-25 Closed Due To Rollover Crash

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DENVER (CBS4)– The northbound lanes of Interstate 25 were closed on Friday afternoon due to a rollover crash. ROAD CLOSED: NB I-25 is closed just south of Hampden due to rollover crash. No serious injuries reported at this time. Alternate routes are advised, expect delays. #Denver pic.twitter.com/XwDeKzJbZt — Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) January 12, 2018 Read More

Travel Alert: Mountain Winter Driving Tonight Will Improve Saturday

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By Chris Spears DENVER (CBS4) – A strong jet stream passing over Colorado will keep strong gusty wind and occasional snow showers in the mountains Friday night and early Saturday. The weather was making for tough driving conditions on many of the higher passes, such as Kenosha Pass, on U.S. 285 southwest of Denver. Highways Read More

Woman Gets 24 Years For Infant Grandson’s Death

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GREELEY, Colo. (AP) — A Colorado woman who was convicted of child abuse resulting in the death of her infant grandson has been sentenced to 24 years in prison. A Weld County judge sentenced 55-year-old Sandy Archuleta on Thursday for the 2015 death of 4-month-old Donovan Archuleta. Over six days, the boy developed chemical burns Read More

Colorado Brewery Concocts Collins-Inspired Beer

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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A Colorado brewery has a new beer in honor of Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins and Alaska Republican Sen. Lisa Ann Murkowski. Lady Justice Brewing says their Collins and Murkowski beer is for the duo “standing their ground and demanding the best for their country.” The brewery says the 7.1 percent Read More

Jury Scam Tricks Victims Into Paying Up To $3,000

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By Shawn Chitnis ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The Adam County Sheriff’s Office warned the public about a growing scam in the Denver metro area, tricking people into thinking they missed a summons for jury duty and now there is a warrant out for their arrest unless they pay a bond for up to $3,000. Read More

Woman Arrested After Father’s Remains Found Inside Home

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FEDERAL HEIGHTS, Colo. (CBS4) – Police in Federal Heights arrested a woman after the remains of her father were found inside a home on Eliot Circle Wednesday. Human remains found in a home in Federal Heights. (credit: CBS) The body of William Mussack, 61, was found inside. Investigators say they first received a call from Read More

Friends Organize Large Event For Paralyzed Mountain Climber

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By Dominic Garcia ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – Several months after a terrifying fall from the Nose of Yosemite’s famed El Capitan, Quinn Brett continues to recover. (credit: Quinn Brett) In October, she fell over 100 feet and landed on a ledge. She broke four ribs, shattered her scapula and suffered a burst fracture of her T12 vertebrae. As Read More

School Administrators Indicted On Charges Related To Child Abuse

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AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Three Cherry Creek School District administrators, which include a school principal, a dean and a counselor, are now charged with failing to report child abuse related to a sexual assault case. Brian Vasquez (credit: Aurora Police) Brian Vasquez faces at least 31 charges including multiple counts of sexual assault and is accused Read More