OFFICIAL: Peyton Manning is returning to the Denver Broncos

<!– Test info: story.storySidebarDisable: false | cms.hierarchyField("storySidebar"): OAS_url = ‘http://oascentral.datasphere.com'; OAS_sitepage = ‘kjct/article'; OAS_pos = ‘Frame2′; try { OAS_query = ‘KJCT_COMMUNITY=’+__dsns_.GetCookie(‘dsnscomm’); } catch(e) { OAS_query = ”; } var OAS_RN = new String (Math.random()); var OAS_RNS = OAS_RN.substring (2,11); document.write(”); –> DENVER – Denver Broncos Quarterback Peyton Manning will return for the 2015 season with […]

Commissioners agree to fund food policy council

Owsley worried that grant sets dangerous precedent Pitkin County commissioners agreed to allocate money from their discretionary fund to the Roaring Fork Food Policy Council on Tuesday, after the nonprofit’s grant request to the Healthy Community Fund was turned down for 2015. Commissioner Rachel Richards said the county’s Citizen Grant Review Committee felt there was […]

Carbondale murder suspect makes first court appearance

Arrest warrant sealed for man who allegedly stabbed his wife to death The Carbondale man accused of stabbing his wife to death last month in the apartment they shared made his first court appearance Wednesday, the same day he was released from a Grand Junction hospital. Chief Judge James Boyd of Garfield County District Court […]

Storm cycle a shot in the arm to snowpack

Six feet in 17 days, but ‘snow water equivalent’ still lagging behind The 17-day storm cycle that just deposited up to 6 feet of snow on local ski resorts could be compared to the slumping baseball team that suddenly gets hot in the dog days of August. It’s been a good run, but to make […]

Ringling Bros. eliminating elephant acts 

Executives from Feld Entertainment, Ringling’s parent company, said the decision to end the circus’s century-old tradition of showcasing elephants was difficult and debated at length. Elephants have often been featured on Ringling’s posters over the decades. The decision is being announced Thursday. “There’s been somewhat of a mood shift among our consumers,” said Alana Feld, […]

Avs beat Penguins 3-1 on night of Tanguay’s 1,000th game 

Colorado Avalanche left wing Alex Tanguay, center, and his son, Samuel, bottom, skate past an image cast on the ice, to mark Alex’s 1,000th NHL contest, to join his wife and three other children for a ceremony before facing the Pittsburgh Penguins in an NHL hockey game Wednesday, March 4, 2015, in Denver. (AP Photo/David […]

Ice Hockey: Cherry Creek, Regis Jesuit hope to meet in Frozen Four

Regis Jesuit senior defenseman Thomas Jahde (left) and Carter Alcock (6) celebrate Jahde’s goal during the Raiders’ 8-0 first round state ice hockey playoff win over Heritage on Feb. 27 at Family Sports Center. Regis Jesuit has qualified for the state Frozen Four for the eighth straight season and takes on Monarch at 8 p.m. […]

Task force recommendations and near misses

When Governor John Hickenlooper handpicked his task force to examine state and local regulations concerning oil and gas operations, his stated intent was to resolve those issues involving competing regulatory entities and multiple jurisdictions including state and local governments, surface and mineral owners, oil and gas operators and local community members concerned about the effects […]

Ladies and gentlemen, not the Grateful Dead

It has been almost 20 years since legendary Grateful Dead lead guitarist Jerry Garcia transitioned to the big acid test in the sky. And since Jerry left us the debate has raged over whether the remaining members of the band — Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart — could call themselves the […]

Catamount Marathon and Nordic Race results for Feb. 22

10K FEMALE Name Age Total Time Jordi Floyd 16 0:33:50.0 Anna Burkholder 16 0:33:51.0 Lydia Castiello 46 0:43:29.0 Shilo Lottes 13 1:00:11.0 10K MALE Noel Keeffe 15 0:26:44.0 Simon Zink 16 0:26:45.0 Wyatt Gebhardt 15 0:26:47.0 Tyler Terranova 15 0:27:23.0 Evan Barbier 16 0:28:03.0 Finn O’Connell 16 0:28:26.0 Jimmy Colfer 15 0:29:57.0 Sven Tate 15 […]

Steamboat briefs: Moonshine Ski & Dine fundraiser set for Friday

The ninth annual Moonshine Ski Dine fundraiser benefitting Rocky Mountain Youth Corps programs will be held from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Friday at Catamount Lake House, 30065 Waters Edge Trail. A beautiful moonlit night is forecast, and guests will enjoy food, wine, local beer, a silent auction, prize drawings, a photo booth and world class […]

Routt County couple arrested on first-degree murder charges

Steamboat Springs — Before being able to post a $10,000 bond, a man being held in the Routt County Jail was booked on charges of first-degree murder, according to Routt County Court records. The man’s wife, Kristen L. Johnson, was then arrested Thursday morning on suspicion of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder and child abuse. […]

Pot shop zone change approved

Modified: Sunday, Mar 1st, 2015 The corner of State and 6th Street was the center of attention this morning (Sunday, 3/1) as crews flattened the largest building in the economic development project. Water was constantly sprayed on the debris as demolition progressed. All of the debris is being hauled to the official landfill site between […]

Kampfer resigns as administrator

Modified: Sunday, Mar 1st, 2015 The corner of State and 6th Street was the center of attention this morning (Sunday, 3/1) as crews flattened the largest building in the economic development project. Water was constantly sprayed on the debris as demolition progressed. All of the debris is being hauled to the official landfill site between […]

K-9 team wows council

Modified: Sunday, Mar 1st, 2015 The corner of State and 6th Street was the center of attention this morning (Sunday, 3/1) as crews flattened the largest building in the economic development project. Water was constantly sprayed on the debris as demolition progressed. All of the debris is being hauled to the official landfill site between […]

A brief chat with Enter Shikari

British electro post-hardcore band Enter Shikari is coming to the Marquis Theater in support of new album The Mindsweep, so we had a chat with drummer Rob Rolfe about what we can expect. B Yellow Scene: Have you been to Colorado before? Rob Rolfe: I love Denver. I have many great memories of Denver. One […]

Cold Temperatures Create Icy Side Streets

Gina Esposito and photojournalist Khloe Keeler drive down Astrozon Boulevard on Colorado Springs’ east side at 6 a.m. Thursday. <!– Test info: story.storySidebarDisable: false | cms.hierarchyField("storySidebar"): To join the conversation on this story and others, “like” our KKTV 11 News Facebook page! –> Early morning cold temperatures Thursday are causing some problems on the side […]

Cold Spell Costing Bonfils Blood Center Critical Donations

DENVER (CBS4) – Bonfils Blood Center is warning the blood supply is critically-low because of the long stretch of cold and snowy weather. Bonfils had to delay or cancel 14 blood drives last week alone, which cost the organization approximately 300 donations. The blood center is specifically calling on people with O negative blood to […]

Tow Company Refunds Money, Says ‘Mistakes Are Made’

DENVER (CBS4) – A Denver towing company that has been the target of numerous complaints to the state Public Utilities Commission and the Better Business Bureau has refunded tow fees to a Denver woman after the company indicated it may have mistakenly towed the woman’s car and refused to release it until she paid nearly […]

Denver Police Officer Arrested For Suspicion Of DUI

DENVER (CBS4) – CBS4 has learned the Denver Police Department arrested one of its own officers Monday night on suspicion of DUI. Sources say Officer Jean Keita was off duty when he was involved in an accident in the Green Valley Ranch section of Denver. Denver Police Cmdr. Matt Murray confirmed the CBS4 report saying […]

Denver Releases Photos With Aim To Limit Grow Operations

DENVER (CBS4) – Denver is cracking down on unlicensed marijuana grow operations which include collective grow facilities for recreational use, and also medical marijuana users and their caregivers. A city council committee on Tuesday voted to limit the number of plants to 36 per non-residential grow operation. The city said 40 percent of all marijuana […]

Wild West Cowboy To International Celebrity

DENVER (CBS4) – What started as hunting buffalo for workers became fighting for the West’s way of life through showbiz. Born in 1846, Buffalo Bill, otherwise known as William F. Cody, is the Wild West in human form. He was raised around horses and guns, and contributed to the war effort as a scout, then by […]

Arctic sea ice has thinned by 65 percent in 37 years

A NASA satellite image shows swirls of sea ice near Greenland. New study includes data from the pre-satellite era Staff Report FRISCO — After analyzing data from multiple sources, scientists say Arctic sea ice is thinning much faster than they thought, and the meltdown is not slowing down. Between 1975 and 2012, ice in the […]

Climate: Is the California drought the new norm?

California’s withering drought continues. Study shows how global warming may very well lead to semi-permanent drought by mid-century Staff Report FRISCO — California’s crippling drought may be the new norm, according to scientists who studied the link between greenhouse gases, rising temperatures and multi-year period of record warmth and dryness. The new study by Stanford […]

Federal judge blocks Four Corners coal mine plan

The Four Corners Power Plant in a 1972 photo via Wikipedia. Regulators failed to consider environmental effects of burning the coal Staff Report FRISCO — Despite strong leadership from the Obama administration on climate change policy, the word apparently hasn’t trickled down to all levels yet, as federal agencies still routinely try to approve projects […]