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Front Office destroyed in fire at Denver marijuana warehouseThe Denver Fire Department responded to a fire that destroyed the front desk of a legal marijuana warehouse in the city Friday morning.

Prosecutor: Michael Ninomiya confessed to trying to kill his son, then trying to cover it upAccording to the arrest affidavit; That day, Michael Ninomiya took his son on an adventure hike when the tragedy unfolded.

State lawmakers target predatory tug in new sessionTwo state officials are hoping their new bill will put a damper on Colorado towing companies.

Patrick Gallagher charged with attempted murder after shooting teenager who allegedly broke into his truckA 39-year-old Longmont man was arrested on Tuesday night after officers discovered a 13-year-old boy had been injured by an alleged shotgun blast.

The first mobile meteorological warning laboratory tracks the snowThe First Alert Mobile Weather Lab tracks snow in Colorado.

Colorado State Patrol investigates vehicle off Highway 6, partially in Clear CreekThe Colorado State Patrol said it will be waiting to retrieve a vehicle that came off US 6 and partially into Clear Creek on Friday.

‘Health crisis’: State lawmakers consider banning flavored tobacco productsAfter nearly becoming law in Denver, a proposal to ban flavored tobacco products is now considered statewide law.

King Soopers reaches tentative agreement with union to end strikeKing Soopers and UFCW Local 7, the union representing workers at King Soopers, confirmed Friday morning that the two sides have reached a 3-year interim agreement to settle the recent dispute. In the press release issued by the union, it is stated that the strike will end immediately and the workers can return to work as soon as during the day.

VIDEO: West Metro Fire Rescue Crews Say Marshall Fire Was ‘The Toughest Fire…Ever Seen’More videos show what crews faced as they pulled over to help fight the Marshall Fire in Boulder County.

Levi Diecidue formally charged with Denver New Year’s Day double murderThe 22-year-old man suspected of shooting and killing two people in the Ballpark neighborhood of Denver in the early hours of the New Year is now facing murder charges.

Sterling Love pleads guilty to theft after attempting to steal plane at Centennial AirportThe man who jumped the fence at Centennial Airport and attempted to steal a plane has pleaded guilty. Sterling Love, 31, pleaded guilty to two counts, including theft.

Snowboarder who died in crash in Aspen Highlands identified as 42-year-old Denver manA snowboarder who died after hitting a tree in Colorado’s Aspen Highlands ski area has been identified as Trevor Crandall, 42, of Denver.

Alamosa 911 dispatcher arrested for sexual assaultA 911 dispatcher from the Colorado State Patrol’s Alamosa office was arrested mid-afternoon Wednesday after authorities were alerted to a possible sexual assault that had occurred the night before.

Friday’s blowing snow is expected to end overnightWatch Dave Aguilera’s predictions

Investigators are looking for a man with a ‘paw print’ tattoo accused of using a stolen credit card at Littleton WalmartThe Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a man accused of recently using a stolen credit card to purchase gift cards at a Littleton Walmart.

Patrick Gallagher charged with attempted murder after shooting teenager who allegedly broke into his truckA 39-year-old Longmont man was arrested on Tuesday night after officers discovered a 13-year-old boy had been injured by an alleged shotgun blast.

Colorado is creating jobs faster than the national averageThe job growth rate last year was 4.4%.

’48 Hours’ To Air Episode on the Suzanne Morphew Murder CaseThis weekend, “48 Hours” will feature a Colorado case of a missing mother now at the center of a murder investigation.

Champion Steers visits the Brown Palace Hotel for teaThe tradition linked to the National Western Stock Show is back.

Some students return to UC campus as in-person learning set to resumeIn-person learning has been delayed due to the Marshall Fire and COVID.

Front Office destroyed in fire at legal marijuana warehouse in DenverThe Denver Fire Department responded to a fire that destroyed the office of a legal grow warehouse in the city Friday morning.

Winter’s quick breath Friday nightMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.

King Soopers reaches tentative agreement with union to end strikeKing Soopers and the union representing the striking workers reached a tentative agreement on Friday.

You Can Help Denver’s Rescue Mission This WinterCBS4 and Denver Rescue Mission are joining forces to help spread the heat this winter!

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