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Child’s Body Found Inside Compound Near Colorado Border

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AMALIA, N.M. (AP/CBS4) — A child’s body was found inside a compound located near the New Mexico-Colorado border. There has been no positive confirmation on whether the child is that of a missing 3-year-old boy from Georgia. A New Mexico man said Tuesday he and his wife had pressed authorities to remove a group of Read More

Nonprofit Helps Attract More Women To Solar Energy Field

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WELD COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – As Colorado works toward producing more renewable energy, one Colorado nonprofit is working to make the industry more diverse. (credit: CBS) “This has helped us get into perspective and get that hands-on research and hands-on learning,” said Addie Arnold. Arnold is working on her Masters at Colorado State University and has Read More

911 Call: Suspect’s Mother Tried To Coax Son Out Of Neighbor’s Home Before Shooting

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AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– Aurora’s police chief says it’s possible that the homeowner, shot and killed by an officer during a home invasion and assault investigation, didn’t hear the commands of officers to drop his weapon. Aurora Police Chief Nick Metz says that the family of Richard “Gary” Black informed investigators on Thursday that he had Read More

Search For Soldier’s Missing Dog: Lola Escaped From Foster Care During Owner’s Deployment

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Lola (credit: David Powell) DENVER (CBS4) — The search is on for a dog that disappeared in Denver during her owner’s fifth deployment to Iraq. Herman Haynie, who is stationed at Fort Carson, was deployed in May. He found a foster family to care for his two dogs, Lola and Apollo, through a group called PACT Read More

Latest Forecast: Severe Storm Threat Continues

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By Dave Aguilera DENVER (CBS4) – Northwest flow continues to introduce moisture into Colorado to fuel more showers and thunderstorms across the central Rockies and plains. Much like Friday, many of Saturday’s storms may reach severe levels during the afternoon and evening. With large hail, damaging winds and heavy rain being the main threat in Read More

Bear Gets Stuck Inside Truck, Destroys Interior

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By Makenzie O’Keefe MORRISON, Colo. (CBS4)– A man’s truck was completely destroyed after a bear got into it and then became stuck in Morrison early Friday morning. Jim Bay told CBS4 that his family woke up to sounds of a car alarm and a horn honking. He got up to look outside, thinking maybe he Read More

Runner Hits The Trails To Help Children Battling Cancer, Life-Threatening Illnesses

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By Kelly Werthmann DENVER (CBS4)– A runner in Denver will race 50 miles through the mountains next weekend to help families he doesn’t even know. “I love challenges,” Nick Peret of Denver said. “I also like having purposes behind challenges.” (credit: Nick Peret) Peret is running the 50 Mile Sheep Mountain Endurance Run in Fairplay Read More

Man Pleads Guilty To Fatal DUI Crash

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(credit: CBS) GOLDEN, Colo. (AP) — A driver who was drunk when he ran over a man in Arvada has pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide. Prosecutors say 39-year-old Troy Glassford entered his plea Monday for the Jan. 10 death of 43-year-old Nathan Osburn in Arvada. Police say the vehicle left the road and crashed through Read More

CU Professor Helping Shape Barbie’s Future Image On The Job

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By Karen Morfitt BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4)– A University of Colorado professor is helping to improve Barbie’s image and her role in the workplace. The goal– to make it easier for young women to see themselves in STEM careers. (credit: CBS) “I had a lot of Barbies there were definitely not any computer engineer Barbies,” said Read More

Manitou Springs Breaks Out Shovels & Mops Day After Flash Flooding

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(credit: CBS) MANITOU SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Nearly 24 hours after torrential rain caused flash flooding in Manitou Springs, the town spent Tuesday cleaning up. (credit: CBS) Tammy Leonard captured the raging water flowing right into town causing a muddy mess a day later. (credit: Tammy Leonard) On top of muddy water, the town was hit Read More