29 Jul Jon Cartu Affirms: Lawmakers Call For Special Legislative Session To Develop
Denver 911 Below National Standards For Quickly Answering Emergency Calls Three Years In A RowIn 2018, 69,871 emergency calls were not answered immediately. In 2019, 54,887 calls were not answered immediately. So far in 2020, 22,433 were not answered immediately, according to data obtained by CBS4 Investigates.
Racing To Resume At Bandimere SpeedwayEvents will be allowed at Bandimere Speedway starting July 29, and masks will be required.
Lawmakers Call For Special Legislative Session To Develop Education Policies Amid PandemicState Republican lawmakers are asking Governor Jared Polis to call the legislature to the Capitol for a special session. Their hopes are to develop new policies to protect access to education in the midst of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
Deadly Attack At Circle K: Brian Farrar Arrested, Boulder Police Looking For WitnessesBoulder police are looking for three people who might have witnessed the assault.
Samuel Young, Alleged Shooter During Elijah McClain Protest, Faces Attempted Murder ChargesAurora police have arrested the 23-year-old man accused of firing a gun during a protest and injuring two people.
Ketamine Investigation Opened After Elijah McClain DeathThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reopened an investigation into how ketamine is administered with regards to the death of Elijah McClain in August of 2019.
Colorado Mobile Prosthetics Company Thrives During the PandemicWhile many businesses are struggling to stay afloat during the pandemic, there is one that has actually expanded. A fleet of mobile clinics to treat people with artificial limbs is now serving patients in northern Colorado.
Police In Thornton Are Searching For Man Accused Of Stealing Six Puppies From A Pet StorePolice are searching for Joseph Martinez after they say he broke into a pet store and stole 6 puppies valued at over $15,000.
Some Teachers Say They Do Not Want To Go Back To School Until The State Reports 14 Days In A Row With No New Covid-19 CasesSome teachers have started a group saying they will not feel safe going back to in person learning until the state reports 14 days in a row of new coronavirus cases.
‘It’s Like Drunk Driving’: Polis Says Going To Big Parties Puts Innocent People At RiskWhen questioned about a weekend concert that reportedly attracted thousands of people, Gov. Jared Polis called it irresponsible. Polis said people who attend large gatherings during the pandemic put themselves and their families at risk. He compared it to driving drunk and called on Coloradans “not to be stupid.”
Green Valley Ranch Shooting Suspect Remains HospitalizedDenver police say the suspect in a shooting involving two Aurora police officers is still in the hospital with critical injuries. Both officers also remain in the hospital. Their injuries are considered non-life threatening.
Covid-19 Defense Projects Estimates 300,000 To 400,000 Coloradans Will Become Homeless As The Moratorium On Evictions EndsSome Coloradans are in danger of being evicted as unemployment continues to rise and the moratorium on evictions comes to an end.
Police Are Searching For Possible Witnesses To A Stabbing At A Circle K Last WeekPolice are searching for 3 possibly witnesses to a fight at a Circle K that left a man unconscious who later died from his injuries.
‘Unbelievable,’ Story Of Colorado Cops Who Cracked Marc O’Leary Case, Nominated For 4 Emmy AwardsA Netflix television series about a Colorado crime investigation that captured national attention has been nominated for four Emmy Awards. “Unbelievable” is about the case of Marc O’Leary, a serial rapist captured in Jefferson County in 2011.
Man’s Body Found In South Platte RiverThe Adams County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a body was found in the South Platte River. Investigators say an adult male body was found in the Thornton area near 90th Avenue and Riverdale Road about 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Denver Woman Wants 108 Cards For Her 108th Birthday!A Denver woman has a special wish for her 108th birthday: 108 birthday cards! Gertie Abkes was born Aug. 4, 1912, just four months after the Titanic sank.
A Reminder From CDOT, Click It Or TicketA statewide enforcement in mid July issued 1,695 tickets to drivers for not having seat belts on.
Hiker’s Gun In Backpack Discharges, Shoots Him In The Leg In Rocky Mountain National ParkA 70-year-old man was accidentally shot in the leg while hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park. It happened in the Emerald Lake area on July 19.
Greeley Stampede Will Host National Circuit Finals Rodeo In SeptemberOne of the largest rodeos of the PRORODEO season will be coming to Greeley this September. Katie Johnston reports.
Denver Woman Wants 108 Cards For Her 108th Birthday!A Denver woman has a special wish for her 108th birthday: 108 birthday cards! Gertie Abkes was born Aug. 4, 1912, just four months after the Titanic sank. She has survived two pandemics: the current COVID-19 pandemic and the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918-1919. Katie Johnston reports.
Learn To Cook Like A Pro With Chef Troy Guard And Help National Jewish HospitalChef Troy Guard is teaching a virtual cooking class as a fundraiser to help kids living with chronic illnesses.
Matthew Dieringer, Sought For Allegedly Killing Roommate’s Dogs, ArrestedArapahoe County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested Matthew Stephen Dieringer Sunday night in Centennial. Dieringer, a 30-year-old from Pueblo, is suspected of killing his roommate’s two dogs. Katie Johnston reports.
Showers And Storms Expected Tuesday AfternoonMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.
Hikers, Drivers Briefly Stranded By Telluride MudslideMore than 40 people were temporarily stranded Monday after a mudslide prevented travel on a popular roads and trails in Telluride.