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  1. Watts gave interview on wife, kids before arrest

    Watts gave interview on wife, kids before arrest

    Chris Watts, the Colorado man who is now accused of killing his pregnant wife and their two daughters, gave an interview to Denver7’s Tomas Hoppough on Tuesday, a day after the three went missing.

  2. CU experts helped design probe headed to sun

    CU experts helped design probe headed to sun

    Two experts from the University of Colorado in Boulder helped to design a space probe headed to the sun. 

  3. Attempted murder charge for man in cop shooting

    Attempted murder charge for man in cop shooting

    An Iraqi refugee accused of critically wounding a Colorado Springs police officer has been charged with attempted murder.

  4. Body believed to to be missing woman recovered

    Body believed to to be missing woman recovered

    Authorities say they have recovered the body of a woman they are “quite certain” is that of missing Frederick woman Shanann Watts and say they believe they know where the bodies of her two young daughters, Celeste and Bella, are located, though they hadn’t been recovered as of Thursday morning.

  5. Report: State's defense produces $36.6B impact

    Report: State's defense produces $36.6B impact

    The United States Department of Defense produces a $36.6 billion economic impact in our state, bringing not only billions of dollars but also thousands of jobs that benefit businesses, air force bases, an army post and even the air force academy.

  6. When do I have to stop for a school bus?

    When do I have to stop for a school bus?

    One of the biggest back-to-school challenges every year can be for parents and other drivers who used the entire summer to forget the rules of the road when it comes to school buses. With school districts all over Colorado starting the new school year, you will see many yellow and black buses every morning and afternoon driving on neighborhood and even major roads.