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Judge Considers Whether Teen Murder Suspect Should Be Tried As Adult

BRIGHTON, Colo. (CBS4) – A hearing is underway to determine whether the teenage suspect in the murder of a 10-year-old girl should be tried as an adult. Kiaya Campbell (credit: Thornton Police) The Adams County coroner says Kiaya Campbell died from blunt force injuries to the head due to an assault last summer. (more…)

Latest Forecast: Big Warmup To Follow Tuesday’s Frigid Start

By Ashton Altieri DENVER (CBS4) -Tuesday morning was one of, it not the coldest so far this winter in some areas on Colorado’s northeast plains. But thanks to dry air we’ve seen a nice recovery in temperatures this afternoon with widespread 20s and 30s. A warming trend begins on Wednesday as high pressure (more…)

Woman Arrested In Death Of Father Charged With Murder

FEDERAL HEIGHTS, Colo. (CBS4) – The woman arrested last week in the death of her father has been charged with first-degree murder. Police in Federal Heights arrested Dayna Jennings after the remains of her father were found inside a home on Eliot Circle. Human remains found in a home in Federal Heights. (credit: (more…)

Skier Spots Body In Creek From Chairlift

By Matt Kroschel VAIL, Colo. (CBS4)– Police are investigating after a body was spotted in Gore Creek by a skier on a chairlift in the Lionshead area of Vail. (credit: Vail Police Department/Facebook) Police in Vail initially closed skier access to Lionshead but access has since been reopened. During that time, skiers were asked to… Read More »

Clock Ticks On Bill To Allow Out-Of-State Nurses To Practice In Colorado

By Shaun Boyd DENVER (CBS4) – Lawmakers are racing against a Friday deadline to pass a bill that threatens the jobs of tens of thousands of nurses in Colorado. At issue is an agreement Colorado has with 26 other states that allows nurses to practice across state lines without getting a license in each (more…)

Latest Forecast: Frigid Temperatures Settle In Overnight

By Lauren Whitney DENVER (CBS4) – A back door cold front brought ice and snow from the foothills to the eastern plains. A layer of freezing drizzle created icy conditions, making for a very rough morning commute. The snow totals were mainly less than an inch for many areas, but a few (more…)

Ski Resort Warns Visitors Of Ticket Scam Going Around

By Matt Kroschel STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Steamboat Springs Resort officials are trying to track down the scammer targeting skiers and snowboarders who are looking to save a few bucks. (credit: CBS) Officials say they are currently dealing with a Craigslist scam that offers purchasers discounted — up to 50% off — single (more…)

Veteran’s Chairlift Complaint Dismissed By Civil Rights Commission

WINTER PARK, Colo. (CBS4) – The state’s Civil Rights Commission has dismissed a complaint filed by a veteran against Winter Park. (credit: CBS) CarrieAnn Grayson argued the resort discriminated against her because it wouldn’t let her service dog on the chairlift. (credit: CBS) The resort does not allow dogs for safety reasons. The Civil Rights Commission… Read More »

Lack Of Parking Raising Concerns In Ski Resorts

By Matt Kroschel DILLON, Colo. (CBS4) – The frustration many visitors are finding in the high country is not on the dreaded drive on Interstate 70 to the ski resorts, but actually finding a parking spot once they arrive. (credit: CBS) Resorts continue to plead with visitors to carpool and take public transportation. The problem (more…)

Organizers Prepare For MLK Marade As Bitter Cold Enters

DENVER (CBS4) – Coloradans will again march down Colfax Avenue as a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday morning. (credit: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Colorado Holiday Commission) The Marade will begin at 10:45 a.m. at the corner of Colfax Ave. and Columbine Street. It will then continue west toward the (more…)