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    Investigators: Destructive fire at Greeley restaurant is arson

    GREELEY, Colo.  — Investigators said an early-morning fire Tuesday at the Country Inn Restaurant in Greeley was intentionally set. The two alarm fire at 1915 Eighth Ave. started around 3 a.m. There was no one inside the building at the time and no firefighters were hurt while they worked to extinguish the fire. The business has $175,000 worth of damage, officials said. Investigators request assistance from the public in solving the crime. Anyone with information can call the arson hotline […]

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    Larimer County Sheriff’s Office vehicle involved in crash in Fort Collins

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — A Larimer County Sheriff’s office vehicle was involved in a crash early Sunday morning in Fort Collins. It happened at Horsetooth Road and College Avenue about 7:15 a.m. “A Larimer County Sheriff’s Office Hostage/Crisis Negotiation Unit van had been traveling westbound on Horsetooth Rd. with active lights and sirens while enroute to an emergency call when it collided with a PT Cruiser driven by Kathryn Bradley, 24. Bradley had been traveling southbound on College Ave,” a […]

  • Crash at W. Alameda and S. Teller St. in Lakewood, Colo.

    Lakewood police investigate fatal crash on Alameda near Wadsworth

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. — A crash on West Alameda Avenue and South Teller Street killed one person Sunday morning. The collision and detailed investigation afterward forced the Lakewood Police Department to close eastbound Alameda about three blocks east of South Wadsworth Boulevard. Police were advised people to avoid the area during the investigation. Witnesses told police that a silver Honda on South Teller Street went through a red light at about 40 mph. A dark-colored SUV had the green light on […]

  • Police in SF shut down access to Super Bowl City because of size of crowd

    Enormous crowds flood into Super Bowl City to kick off Super Bowl weekend

    SAN FRANCISCO — The crowd got so big at Super Bowl City in San Francisco on Friday night that police had to shut down access. "The venue is now closed. There is no more access to Super Bowl City," @SFPD announcing to crowd. @KDVR #SB50 pic.twitter.com/0iVVbFAwUs — Jeremy Hubbard (@JeremyHubbard) February 6, 2016 Watch Jeremy Hubbard’s video report to see some of the festivities.

  • A riot broke out after Broncos won the Super Bowl in 1998

    Denver Police prepared for post Super Bowl celebrations

    DENVER — Police want to make sure any celebration that follows Super Bowl 50 is not a replay of what happened after the Broncos won Super Bowl XXXII. Rioting broke out after Denver’s first ever Super Bowl victory in January 1998. Ten-thousand people took to the streets of downtown Denver and some of the behavior went out of control. Hundreds overturned cars, set fires and caused million of dollars in property damage. Police said things will be handled very differently […]

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    Man killed in avalanche on Cottonwood Pass

    CHAFFEE COUNTY, Colo. — A man died in an avalanche Friday near the summit of Cottonwood Pass on Friday, authorities said. Search and rescue personnel found the man buried with his snow bike in the area of Lost Lake, not far from Buena Vista. Witnesses on snowmobiles heard what they thought was an avalanche Friday around midday. They went into the area and saw a large avalanche, and noticed some tracks going into the slide area. They performed a quick […]

  • Miss America Betty Cantrell with Nick Griffith on Radio Row

    Celebrities at Super Bowl 50 hang out at Radio Row

    SAN FRANCISCO — The place to find celebrities at the Super Bowl this week has been Radio Row. Nick Griffith’s video report above proves that fact.

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    NFL commissioner addresses concussions, other issues league faces

    SAN FRANCISCO — NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell addressed many issues Friday that the league currently faces. One in particular is concussions and their long-lasting effects on football players everywhere. Nick Griffith shows what the commissioner had to say in a video report.

  • Fans in front of Golden Gate

    Broncos fans gather for orange and blue group photo in front of Golden Gate Bridge

    SAN FRANCISCO — A large group of Broncos fans gathered together in a park in San Francisco on Friday for a group photo. This photo was special. The group was decked out in all of their orange and blue with the Golden Gate Bridge as their backdrop. Check out this group’s spirit in Jeremy Hubbard’s reports.  

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    Broncos take their fans on a Bay Area boat ride

    SAN FRANCISCO — The Broncos organization is making an effort to take care of the fans who have followed the team to Super Bowl 50 in the San Francisco Bay Area. The team took the fans on a boat ride in the bay on Thursday.    

  • Broncos Country fan rally Jan. 22, prior to the AFC Championship game

    Broncos rallies scheduled this weekend; Panthers rally draws giant crowd

    DENVER — Game on, Broncos Country. Panthers fans have set the bar high. 30,000 Carolina fans showed up to a wild and packed Panthers pep rally on Friday. Broncos Country will be able to show off their team pride with two rallies planned for the weekend. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is inviting fans to join him and guests at Civic Center Park for music and fun on Sunday, January 31 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Entertainment and activities at the […]

  • Westminster firefighter rescues cat from tree

    Westminster firefighters rescue owner and cat from tree

    WESTMINSTER, Colo. — Members of the Westminster Fire Department responded to rescue a person stuck in a tree Friday afternoon. This was in the 9200 block of Cody lane where upon arrival, rescuers found the owner and his cat “Jupiter” stuck about 30 feet off of the ground. The homeowner tried to climb the tree when his ladder fell to the ground, stranding both human and feline. The crew from Engine 5 put the ladder back in place and helped […]