Boating Season Begins in Select Colorado Reservoirs – Colorado news, weather and sports


Colorado students on the Global Business Challenge team with their peers halfway around the worldOn Saturday, Colorado students compete in the Global Finals of the 30th Annual Global Business Challenge, hosted by WorldDenver.

‘No dye packs, no tracers, no games’: Bank robber sentenced to 72 months in prisonA Thornton man was sentenced to 72 months in federal prison this week for his role in a Bank of the West robbery.

Become colder and windier in the coming weekMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.

Pedestrian Hit & Killed At Speer Boulevard & BroadwayDenver police say a man died after being hit by a vehicle on Speer Boulevard and Broadway late Friday night.

Alan Moody, 21, arrested and charged with suspicious death near Pearl StreetBoulder police have arrested a 21-year-old man who they believe killed someone and left him on a road. Officers were first called to the 4800 block of Pearl Street around 6am Friday to a report that someone was not breathing on the pavement.

Boating season begins in select Colorado reservoirsColorado Parks and Wildlife wants boaters to be prepared before heading to the lake or reservoirs.

Disappearing 18-year-old found, back with familyDenver police say with the help of the public, they located a missing 18-year-old man with autism.

Jeep overturns and crashes into power lines causing shelter to be set upColorado Springs police set up shelter-in-place for some West Boulder Street residents after a Jeep with a zebra-like paint job rolled over and crashed into multiple power lines.

Colorado Cannabis Industry Optimistic About Federal Legislative ProgressMarijuana is moving closer to federal law, the House of Representatives has passed a bill, along party lines, to end the federal ban on pot.

Denver Art Museum Highlights La Malinche’s LegacyThe Denver Art Museum’s new exhibit highlights La Malinche’s legacy.

Pedestrian Hit & Killed At Speer Boulevard & BroadwayDenver police say a man died after being hit by a vehicle on Speer Boulevard and Broadway late Friday night.

Endangered alert issued for Dangelo Ragland, 18, who lives with autismDenver police want to find an 18-year-old man with autism who they describe as “extremely mobile.”

Bikes worth $80,000 stolen and thieves may not know what they haveThe scourge of bike theft took a more expensive turn this week in Boulder.

Dry and hot today, unstable weather returns on SundayWatch Callie Zanandrie’s predictions.

Latino Advocates files lawsuit alleging discrimination in search for next UC presidentA Colorado Latino advocacy group has filed a lawsuit with the attorney general, alleging discriminatory practices in the search for the next president of the University of Colorado.

COVID in Colorado: Activist Helps Thousands of Latinos Get Vaccinated, “He Still Has Work to Do”Despite the disappearance of many state COVID-19 services, many Latinos in Colorado are still unvaccinated.

The prom committee regroups after a destructive fire at Empower Field in Mile HighProm planning is stressful enough without part of your venue catching fire. Brighton High School prom organizers and the Broncos didn’t let that stand in their way.

Delta Pilots lands safely in Denver after cockpit windshield cracksThe pilots of a Delta flight decided to land their jet in Denver after the cockpit windshield shattered above 30,000 feet.

Calls for police backup at Aurora high schools with higher ORS than Denver high schools, data showsAccording to government data obtained by CBS4 Investigates, public high schools in Aurora that have school resource officers requested police assistance at a much higher rate last semester than high schools in Denver.

On Autism Awareness Day, the Marshall Fire family celebrates resilienceA Colorado family from Superior who lost their home in the Marshall Fire says the disruption of losing everything has strengthened their resilience and coping skills.

Dry start to the weekend with wet finishWatch Dave Aguilera’s predictions

Marshall fire victims still awaiting official cause, some unsure of lawsuit against Xcel EnergyA new civil lawsuit against Xcel Energy is generating calls for attorneys from people who lost their homes in the Marshall fire.

Students at Erie High School learned an important lesson in perseverance todayRon Cardenas dropped out of high school in 1964 to serve in the Vietnam War, today he finally graduated.

Senator John Hickenlooper helped Advanced Space in Westminster celebrate a new satellite they have developedThe satellite will orbit the moon to help astronauts with future moon cargoes.


Comments are closed.