Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Denver news

  • Willis McGahee's Torn MCL Means Denver Broncos Will Run by Committee

    McGahee, the 31-year-old that has carried the load for Denver over the last two seasons, partially tore his MCL in the second quarter of the team's win over San Diego last Sunday.

  • Denver's 10 Most Expensive ZIP Codes, According To (PHOTOS)

    Home prices in metro Denver are approaching their record highs of 2006 and that's good news for home owners, but can make finding a deal a bit trickier for buyers.

  • Denver Deploys Parking Angels To Give Away Free Parking

    Starting Friday, Denver Public Works Right Of Way Enforcement Agents will be distributing $5 ParkSmart parking cards to drivers parking at Denver's Smart Meters. The agents, called "Parking Angels" will be giving away $500 in free parking through the ...

  • Denver's top cop orders internal affairs probe of 911 incident

    Denver Police Chief Robert White has ordered his department's internal affairs bureau to investigate last weekend's nearly 6½-hour delay between a 911 call reporting a violent domestic dispute and the discovery of a woman's body in her southwest Denver ...

  • Denver Firefighters Investigate Fire At Home Under Construction

    DENVER (CBS4)- Firefighters in Denver rushed to put out a fire burning inside a home under construction at 29th and Zuni early Wednesday morning.

  • DIA Officials: Get Here Early

    DENVER (CBS4) - More than 1 million people are expected to pass through Denver International Airport in a 4-5 day span, and on Wednesday morning the holiday travel crush had already begun.

  • Broncos Help Prepare Food For Salvation Army's Thanksgiving Dinner

    DENVER (CBS4) - Some Denver Broncos players made good use of their day off on Tuesday to help out in the community. Four Broncos helped prepare sides dishes for the annual Thanksgiving community dinner sponsored by the Salvation Army.

  • With Von Miller, Denver can crush without blitzing

    Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller #58 salutes his fans before the game between the Denver Broncos and the San Diego Chargers at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado November 18th, 2012. Joe Amon, The Denver Post ( Joe ...

  • Shoppers Camp Out For Best Black Friday Deals

    Best Buy in the Denver metro area will open at midnight. Target will open their doors at 9 p.m. and Walmart will open at 8 p.m.

  • DNA leads to arrest of Denver real estate broker in sex assaults

    The Denver Post reported Wednesday ( that William Costello is charged with multiple counts of sexual assault, kidnapping and impersonating a police officer.

  • Denver Nuggets, led by Kenneth Faried, top NBA in offensive rebounds

    In nine of their first 11 games, Denver (5-6) has outrebounded its opponent. Since the start of the 2010-11 season, the Nuggets are 68-21 when they win the rebounding battle.

  • Heavy Tow Program Aims To Keep I-70 Clear, Safe

    In the Traffic Blog Joel Hillan writes about highways to avoid, trouble spots throughout the city of Denver and construction issues.

  • No flex: Bucs-Broncos stays put

    NBC's "Sunday Night Football" was eyeballing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Broncos game Dec. 2 as a potential matchup the network wanted to flex from its originally scheduled 2:05 p.m.

  • Denver Nuggets (5-6) at Minnesota Timberwolves (5-4), 8 pm (ET)

    The Denver Nuggets will look to capitalize on their big victory Monday night in Memphis Wednesday when they head to Minnesota to take on the Timberwolves.

  • Denver Police Department finishes major reorganization

    Denver Police Chief Robert White's controversial reorganization of the department is now in effect, and top officials say the major restructuring will create a stronger agency -- even if many officers were forced to face demotions.

  • Economy means sacrifice for Thanksgiving travelers

    Airline passengers make their way through George Bush Intercontinental Airport Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012, in Houston. Americans can expect airports to be busier and planes to be full, according to a forecast by the main trade association for U.S.

  • Israel and Hamas agree to Gaza cease-fire

    In this image made from Egyptian State Television, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, left, and Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohammed Kamel Amr, right, give a joint news conference announcing a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas in Cairo, ...

  • French citizen kidnapped in southwest Mali

    PARIS—A French citizen has been kidnapped in southwest Mali, far from the zone controlled by al-Qaida-linked militants where African countries are preparing a possible military intervention, officials said Wednesday.

  • Missing 2-year-old Wyoming girl found unharmed

    A 2-year-old Wyoming girl who authorities said was taken by her noncustodial mother Tuesday morning has been found unharmed. Police found Angeleana Tyler and her mother, Misty Lea Stricker-Campos, about 11 p.m.

  • Stores borrow from fast-food industry's playbook

    FILE - In this Friday, Nov. 25, 2012, file photo, a customer shops at a K-Mart in Chicago. If the economic downturn has taught retailers anything, it s that a 50 percent off sale isn t enough to lure finicky American shoppers into stores these days, so ...

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