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  • I-25 toll lanes in Denver

    Tolls on I-25 going up

    DENVER — Tolls are going up on I-25. Macradee Aegerter has the information in her video report.

  • Shelter in Denver

    Dangerous cold forces emergency shelters to stay open; organizations need supplies

    DENVER — The long cold snap in Denver has already claimed several lives due to hypothermia, but several local shelters have been doing as much as they can to keep people off the streets and out of emergency rooms. Zachary Chislum does not have a home, but he and many others are grateful to have a place to sleep in the past week. “Normally we would only take two buses (to the shelter),” Chislum said. “Last night I think we […]

  • Mark-Duane-Molstad

    Brighton police search for suspect who hit officer, 3 patrol cars

    BRIGHTON, Colo. — A search was underway Friday night for a man from Longmont accused of hitting a Brighton police officer and three police cars with his vehicle. He fled after this happened Friday afternoon. Investigators say the suspect is 52-year-old Mark Duane Molstad. 6 feet tall 200 pounds Red hair and a beard Driving 2015 shite Jeep Cherokee Colorado license plate 951-XBM Police say his jeep had damage to the front end, rear bumper and undercarriage. This happened when […]

  • ISIS using Disney movie to recruit young women

    WASHINGTON — ISIS is known for using western culture in its recruiting tactics along with strong social media campaigns that appeal to youth. But now there’s word a Disney movey, Mulan to be specific, is now being used as a tool to recruit young women. Deborah Takahara explains how that movie is being used to target women.

  • I-70 pile-up closed the highway eastbound at Lookout Mountain Feb. 25, 2014

    Pile-ups close I-70, roads treacherous throughout region, flights canceled

    DENVER —  The Colorado department of Transportation closed I-70 in both directions from C-470 in west metro Denver all the way to Idaho Springs. The closure was due to multiple accidents. CDOT warned drivers to expect long delays. There was no estimate on when the highway would reopen as of 9:30 p.m. CDOT said late Wednesday that dozens of vehicles, possibly as many as 50, were either crashed or stranded along the highway. Earlier, a 20 car pile-up closed I-70 Eastbound […]

  • Teen sexually assaulted in alley off 18th Ave. between Pearl and Penn streets in Denver

    Protect yourself from predators

    DENVER — After a 14-year-old girl bravely came forward to tell the story about how she was attacked and sexual assaulted in a Denver alley last week, experts  offer some ideas about how to defend yourself. Justin Joseph has the information in his video report.

  • A cloud of smoke wafts above a large gathering of supporters at the 420 Festival in Denver, Colorado, on Sunday, April 20, 2014. (Credit: CNN)

    Man fights to get permit from city for 420 rally event

    DENVER — The Mile High City’s huge marijuana rally is stirring some controversy over permits for events. 4/20 falls on a Monday this year, so the 420 rally may stretch over three days. And one man fighting to get a permit from the city is creating some debate. Dave Young shows us why in his video report above.

  • Parents and teachers attend meeting over smell at Boulder school

    Parents, teachers want action taken over terrible smell at Boulder middle school

    BOULDER, Colo. — The smell at a Boulder middle school stirred up a big debate between parents and the superintendent Tuesday night. Many say the foul smell at Casey Middle School is actually a much bigger problem — a toxic substance making students and teachers sick. Several parents and teachers said officials are not moving fast enough to fix the problem. They had a chance to voice their concerns at a special school board meeting Tuesday. The school district says […]

  • Chocolate

    Dispute resolved between Boulder chocolate shop and famous chocolatier

    BOULDER, Colo. — A local chocolate shop in Boulder ended up in a dispute over its name with chocolatier Vosges Haut-Chocolat. The owner of “Piece, Love and Chocolate” in Boulder said she might have gone out of business after hearing from lawyers for Vosges. The exotic chocolate boutique said the Boulder store’s name was too close to a trademarked phrase the company uses on its products. Deborah Takahara has more on the dispute in the video report above. But this […]

  • Floyd James Robert Jackson

    Korean War veteran’s remains finally return home to Colorado for burial

    DENVER — A Korean War veteran’s remains are finally coming home to Colorado for burial decades after his death in a prisoner of war camp. It’s an emotional time for Floyd James Robert Jackson’s family. Dan Daru has their story in the video report.    

  • rockslide

    Motorist injured after rockfall in Clear Creek Canyon

    GOLDEN, Colo. -- U.S. 6 in Clear Creek Canyon was shut down Tuesday afternoon after a rock slide led to the injury of at least one motorist, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office said.

  • avalanche

    Skier killed in avalanche near Aspen Mountain

    PITKIN COUNTY, Colo. — A skier died in an avalanche near Aspen Mountain in Pitkin County on Monday. The Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office said the snow slide happened outside the boundary of the Aspen Mountain Ski Resort about 3 p.m. and it involved two skiers. The second skier was uninjured and was able to notify rescuers about what happened. “Members of the Aspen Mountain Ski Patrol successfully located the body of the missing skier shortly after 4:00 p.m at the […]