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    DENVER (CBS4) – A blast of arctic air poured into Colorado behind a strong cold front this week. Light to moderate snow accompanied the cold air on Tuesday and Wednesday. As the sky cleared out late Wednesday night and Thursday morning the temperatures plummeted below zero nearly statewide. Some of the coldest air was found in the high mountain valleys of Colorado and on the eastern plains. The temperature at Denver International Airport fell to -11° at 5:17 a.m. on Thursday, marking the coldest temperature so far this season at Denver’s official weather station. Antero Reservoir, located in Park County, recorded a low of -48°F. Here’s a list of other lows from around the state… -48 at Antero Reservoir -38 at Hebron -36 at Frasier Flats and US 40 -35 at Lake George and 5.8 miles SW of Wilkerson Pass -33 at Jefferson, Kremmling, Wolford Mountain Reservoir and Windy Gap -32 at Shawnee -31 at Granby -29 at Dillon, Tarryall Reservoir, 4.3 miles SW of Grand Lake, Larand and 1.6 miles SE of Tabernash -28 at Williams Fork Reservoir...
    GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL= Alleghany 81, Bath County 15 Chilhowie 40, Grayson County 24 Christ Chapel Academy 41, Trinity at Meadowview 38 First Colonial 60, Hickory 27 Fort Chiswell 37, Eastern Montgomery 34 Fort Defiance 81, Rockbridge County 25 Galax 65, Northwood 12 Grafton 47, Lafayette 30 Hampton 84, Gloucester 10 Hampton Roads 48, Cape Henry Collegiate 41 Hermitage 46, Midlothian 34 Isle of Wight Academy 76, Amelia Academy 30 Kellam 58, Frank Cox 44 Madison County 46, Orange County 37 Menchville 89, Phoebus 23 Millbrook 68, Harrisonburg 52 Mountain View High School 37, Buffalo Gap 35 North Cross 41, Westover Christian 33 Page County 49, Broadway 30 Princess Anne 58, Landstown 39 Pulaski County 75, Abingdon 50 Riverbend 58, King George 25 Roanoke Valley Christian 52, Ridgeview Christian 45 Rural Retreat 51, Bland County 39 Salem-Va. Beach 72, Ocean Lakes 24 Sherando 46, James Wood 36 Spotswood 72, R.E. Lee-Staunton 32 St. Catherine’s 66, Veritas Classic Christian School 17 St. Stephens-St. Agnes 49, St. John Paul the Great 31 Tabb 36, Warhill 27 Tallwood 57, Green Run 32 The Covenant...
    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) — A series of mountain lion sightings in central Fort Collins have become the talk of the town. Multiple people, including a Fort Collins Police Services officer, reported seeing at least one mountain lion roaming neighborhoods along the Drake corridor through the heart of Fort Collins on Monday morning. (credit: Ring) READ MORE: Colorado Ski Resorts Eager To Welcome Back J-1 Visa WorkforceOne person, who shared video of one of the lions walking across his patio in the early hours of Monday morning, told CBS4’s Dillon Thomas he was shocked when he saw his doorbell recording. His doorbell sent a notification to his phone saying motion was detected. When the video was checked, a large mountain lion could be seen walking up the stairs and across his patio. Jason Clay, a spokesperson for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, said mountain lions in Front Range neighborhoods are not as uncommon as many believe. It’s just humans are getting better at noticing them. “Mountain lions are incredibly elusive animals,” Clay said. “We’re starting to see mountain lions...
    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – A Ring doorbell video captured an awe-inspiring sight in Fort Collins — a mountain lion approaching a resident’s front porch in the night and then moving right up past the front door. The owner of the home shared the video and said they live in the central part of the northern Colorado city. “Can’t believe this, very cool but be careful with pets!” the owner wrote. —MOUNTAIN LION IN TOWN— WOW!! Check out this video given to @cbsdenver by a Fort Collins resident! A mountain lion walked right across his central-FoCo patio this morning! Then, a matter of hours later, an @FCPolice officer reported seeing a mountain lion miles [email protected]_NE https://t.co/l9sgCcWTBZ pic.twitter.com/uh5aTGkzdu — Dillon Thomas (@DillonMThomas) November 8, 2021 The mountain lion appears to be an adult, and it didn’t show any interest in the pumpkin still sitting on the railing as it made its way up the front steps. A few hours later a police office in Fort Collins reported seeing a mountain lion several miles away. That was near the intersection of...
    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – Fort Collins Police Department tweeted Monday a mountain lion was seen near Mathews Street and Tulane Drive early in the morning. This was in the area of homes, as well as an elementary school. “Please be aware of your surroundings in that area and keep an extra eye on small pets & children. If the mountain lion is sighted, you can contact [Colorado Parks & Wildlife,” the police department tweeted in part. Early this morning, there was a mountain lion sighting near Mathews/Tulane. Please be aware of your surroundings in that area and keep an extra eye on small pets & children. If the mountain lion is sighted, you can contact @COParksWildlife — Fort Collins Police (@FCPolice) November 8, 2021 CPW responded to the Fort Collins PD tweet and also shared advice to anyone who encounters a mountain lion. If you see a mountain lion: – Stay calm, do not run.– Do all you can to appear larger.– Haze it away with loud noises (set off your car alarm).– Call our Fort Collins office...
    FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Two Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD students, who were brothers, were killed in a crash in far Northwest Fort Worth Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 15, according to MedStar. The crash happened just before 4:30 p.m. on Bailey Boswell Road near Twin Mills Boulevard. Police said small sedan collided head-on with a large pickup. The two Boswell High School students who were in the sedan, were Isaiah Lopez, a senior, and Elijah Lopez, a freshman. Boswell High School Principal Nika Davis said in a letter to parents, “Our school community is in shock with the loss of Isaiah and Elijah. As we all work to process this startling news, I want to assure you that our focus is on the emotional well-being of our school community. The loss of any life is a tragic situation, especially when the loss is a classmate or a peer.” Crisis counselors will be offering support to the family, and they will be available on campus to provide the emotional support our students and colleagues will need in the coming days and weeks, Davis said....
    An Army soldier and a 16-year-old have been charged in the slaying of an infantryman stationed at Fort Drum in New York. Cpl. Hayden Harris, 20, was traveling to Watertown, N.Y., for a vehicle transaction, but authorities found him shot to death in a wooded area of Byram Township, N.J., on Dec. 19.  The body was buried under snow. MISSING FOR DRUM SOLDIER FOUND DEAD, ANOTHER SOLDIER HELD The Sussex County, N.J., prosector's office said Spc. Jamaal Mellish, 23, and the unidentified male juvenile were charged with murder, kidnapping and other charges. Mellish is being held in military custody in Oneida County, N.Y., pending extradition to New Jersey. The teenager is in custody in a juvenile detention facility. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Mellish is facing six charges, including first-degree murder, kidnapping, unlawful possession of a firearm and suppression of evidence. The juvenile is facing four charges, including kidnapping, felony murder and unlawful possession of a firearm. Harris, from Guys, Tenn., joined the 10th Mountain Division at Fort Drum in July 2019 after training at Fort Benning in Georgia. He served as an infantryman with the 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team,...
    A FORT Drum soldier and a 16-year-old boy "kidnapped and killed a 20-year-old Army corporal, who was found buried under snow," lawyers say. Pvt Jamaal Mellish, 23, and the unnamed teen are facing first-degree murder, kidnapping and weapons charges after Cpl Hayden "Opie" Harris, the Sussex County Prosecutor’s Office said on Monday. 8Corporal Hayden Harris was found dead in New Jersey Credit: U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division 8The 20-year-old was a soldier based at Fort Drum Credit: U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division Harris, who was from Guys in Tennessee, was reported missing from the Jefferson County base in northern border of New York on December 18 before his remains were found dumped 280 miles from Fort Drum. On December 19, firefighters in Byram Township, New Jersey, found his body with a gunshot wound to the head in a wooded area near Ross Road after blood and shoes were spotted there. Cops arrested Brooklyn man Mellish, who is in military custody in Oneida County, while the teen suspect is being held in a juvenile detention...
    Authorities were holding a U.S. soldier in custody as of Monday under suspicion that he killed a 20-year-old Army infantryman found in a wooded area last week. Cpl. Hayden Harris was reported travelling to Watertown, New York for a vehicle transaction but was found shot to death near Byram Township, New Jersey. Authorities suspect 23-year-old Jamaal Mellish, a fellow soldier, was the perpetrator. According to AP, he was being held in New York with charges pending. Harris, who hailed from Guys, Tennessee, joined the 10th Mountain Division in July of 2019 after training at Fort Benning in Georgia. FOR MORE THAN 7 DECADES, US SOLDIERS SERVE AS 'FATHER CHRISTMAS' FOR PERILED ORPHANS IN JAPAN He served as an infantryman with the 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, but was promoted to corporal after his death. He had received two Army Achievement Medals, the National Defense Service Medal, the Army Service Ribbon and the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, according to the 10th Mountain Division. "We are devastated," Brig. Gen. Brett Funck,  acting commander for Fort Drum and the 10th Mountain...
    A SOLDIER who was found shot dead and in woods 280 miles away from his Army base is feared to have been murdered by a fellow soldier. The body of 20-year-old Fort Drum corporal Hayden Harris was found in a wooded area near Ross Road in Byram Township, New Jersey, on Saturday. 2Corporal Hayden Harris was found dead in New Jersey Credit: U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division 2The 20-year-old was a soldier based at Fort Drum Credit: U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division A fellow solider, a suspect in the killing, is in custody in upstate New York, reports nj.com, after the US Army's Criminal Investigation Command suspected foul play. Harris was last reportedly heard from between 8pm on December 17 and 6.30am on December 18. The soldier, from Guys in Tennessee, was driving a Ford Mustang Coup and was heading to Watertown for "some type of vehicle transaction", according to the Army CID. A plea for information on his whereabouts was issued by officials on Saturday, with his picture widely being shared across social...
    SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — A 20-year-old soldier from Tennessee who went missing from New York state’s Fort Drum was found dead, officials said Sunday, adding that an investigation has been launched. Hayden Harris, of Guys, Tennessee, was last heard from Thursday night after he headed from Fort Drum to Watertown for a vehicle transaction, according to an Army statement. The Army asked for help from the public, and police agencies in several states joined the search effort. The Selmer Police Department in Tennessee reported on its Facebook page Saturday evening that Harris was found dead. Neither police nor the Army gave any details about how Harris died or where he was found. The Army’s Criminal Investigation Command said foul play is suspected. “His death is a tremendous loss for his loved ones, this division and our nation,” Brigadier Gen. Brett Funck, acting commander for Fort Drum and the 10th Mountain Division, said in a statement. Harris, an infantryman with the 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, trained at Fort Benning, Georgia, before he joined the 10th Mountain...
    LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – Larimer County announced on Wednesday it is finalizing the purchase of a 1,091-acre ranch bordering Red Mountain Open Space. The $3.5 million purchase was funded by the county’s Help Preserve Open Spaces sales tax, city of Fort Collins’ Open Space Yes sales tax, Great Outdoors Colorado, and the Friends of Larimer County Parks and Open Lands. Hawk Canyon Ranch (credit: Charlie Johnson) “This purchase further stitches together lands conserved through a long-term partnership among Larimer County, Fort Collins, private landowners and others in the Laramie Foothills,” said Meegan Flenniken, Land Conservation, Planning & Resource Division Manager, Larimer County Natural Resources. Hawk Canyon Ranch is located west of Red Mountain Open Space and east of Colorado State University’s Maxwell Ranch. Officials said the acquisition includes a conservation easement on the land to the city of Fort Collins. (credit: Larimer County) “We are honored to be able to partner with this landowner to protect the ranch in perpetuity,” said Daylan Figgs, Director, Larimer County Natural Resources. “Sincere thanks to the citizens of Fort Collins and Larimer County for their...
    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – The decision to postpone the Mountain West Conference football season will have a greater impact on the Fort Collins community than just within the confines of Colorado State University. Business owners in the Northern Colorado city tell CBS4 they’re concerned the elimination of gameday foot traffic in their businesses will drastically impact their profitability. (credit: Kyle Emery/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) “It’s going to affect the whole community,” said Wayne Welden, owner of Retro Sports Apparel And More in popular Old Town Fort Collins. “(Not having football) will impact us significantly.” Welden recently opened his business, and specifically chose to do so near CSU. Welden’s store sells sports memorabilia, apparel and more. While he also sells merchandise for professional sports and Colorado-themed attire, he said the business often relies on impulse purchases from CSU Rams fans on game days. “That is one of the reasons we picked Fort Collins, was because of CSU,” Welden said. “The gameday enthusiasm and the instant purchases that you need to have something for a sporting event, that is all...
    A 21-year-old San Antonio soldier’s division is in mourning after he was killed in a vehicle rollover crash in Farah, Afghanistan, according to The Department of Defense. The DOD announced Saturday, July 4, that Spc. Vincent Sebastian Ibarria died as a result of the crash, which happened on Friday. Details surrounding the crash were limited but officials said the investigation of the incident is still ongoing. “Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Spc. Vincent Ibarria during this difficult time. The loss of any Mountain Soldier has a lasting impact on every member of the team. The 10th Mountain Division mourns the loss of Spc. Ibarria. He will be severely missed from our formation,” said Lt. Col. Kamil Sztalkoper, spokesperson for the 10th Mountain Division, in a release. Ibarria was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, and Fort Drum and New York, officials said. He first joined the Army in August of 2017. We’ll bring more details as they become available. RELATED: Community holds...
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