CSU Professor Clarifies Report Astronaut’s DNA Changed In Space

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By Jeff Todd DENVER (CBS4) – While Professor Susan Bailey was on Spring Break from Colorado State University she was shocked to find out headlines were circulating the globe that astronaut Scott Kelly’s DNA had actually changed in space. “It was news to all of us too,” laughed Bailey. “I think it was a very Read More

DPS Teachers Continue Fight For More Pay In Next Contract

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By Makenzie O’Keefe DENVER (CBS4) – Teachers from Denver Public Schools are keeping up their fight for more pay in their next contract and say they’re willing to go on strike to get it. (credit: CBS) The Denver Classroom Teacher Association says their negotiation with DPS this week regarding the ProComp program was not completed Read More

Bill For Patients With Rare Conditions Fights ‘A Huge Problem’

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DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado legislators debated on a bill that would help about 7,000 Coloradans with rare medical conditions. CBS4’s Shaun Boyd interviews Sen. Rachel Zenzinger. (credit: CBS) Sen. Rachel Zenzinger is sponsoring a bill that would grant an exemption in non-compete contracts for doctors – which means the bill would allow a doctor to keep Read More

Recovering Opioid Addict Testifies For Coloradans ‘Left Behind’

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By Shaun Boyd DENVER (CBS4) – A Colorado state lawmaker’s mother gives powerful testimony about the cost of opioid addiction as her daughter introduces legislation aimed at saving the lives of those addicted. Rep. Brittany Petterson (R) and her mother Stacy Petterson (L) (credit: CBS) “I went from being a dedicated, loving mother of four with a Read More

Latest Forecast: Few Light Showers & Cooldown On The Way

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By Chris Spears DENVER (CBS4) – It’s another windy, mild and dry afternoon across Colorado and that means the fire concern remains high, especially north and east of Denver. Winds have been exceeding 40 mph at times today in areas where Red Flag Warnings are in effect. The wind is out ahead of a quick Read More

Want A Summer Job? Start Applying Now

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(credit: CBS) By Joel Hillan LONE TREE, Colo. (CBS4)– Colorado’s unemployment rate remains below the national average, which means potential workers have a lot of opportunities. As the spring and summer hiring season approaches, competition for entry-level employees is heating up. The Good Times on East Colfax in Denver is hiring starting at $11.50 an Read More

‘I Probably Looked Insane’: Woman Sprints Toward Blaze To Save Kitten

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By Kelly Werthmann DENVER (CBS4) – After battling a raging construction site fire for hours Wednesday afternoon, Denver firefighters found a small kitten hiding beneath a burning couch in a nearby apartment. “They told me my windows are melted, but I have my cat so I don’t care,” Nicole Villanueva told CBS4. Nicole Villanueva (credit: CBS) Read More

New Tool Helps Colleagues Give Credit For Work Well Done

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By Mark Ackerman BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4)– Do you ever have that sinking feeling that your boss isn’t seeing your contribution at work? If so, Raphael Crawford-Marks of Boulder County knows what you are going through. “My co-founder and I had been in jobs as individual contributors where we felt like our contributions were totally missed,” Read More

Toll Authority Admits Incorrect Billing; Issues Apology And Refund

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By Brian Maass DENVER (CBS4) – The E-470 Public Highway Authority has admitted it incorrectly billed a Littleton woman for toll charges she never incurred, then continued to press her for payment even after she presented evidence suggesting the toll charges were erroneous. “It was not handled as best as it could be and we are Read More

Marching Band Prepares For Ireland Parade In Memory Of Bandmate

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By Karen Morfitt BROOMFIELD, Colo. (CBS4) – A Broomfield high school marching band is coming together to represent their community on the global stage at the same time honoring the memory of a former student. Jory Coates (credit: CBS) In 2016, 16-year-old Jory Coates was killed while crossing the street. He would’ve been a senior at Read More