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More Vigilance Promised By Denver Fire After RiNo Arts Collective Eviction

By Karen Morfitt

DENVER (CBS4) – Denver fire officials shut down an artist collective in Denver’s River North neighborhood, citing numerous code violations.

Melissa Taylor, a spokeswoman for the Denver Fire Department, says inspectors went into the building known as Rhinoceropolis on Thursday night after receiving a tip regarding unsafe living conditions. 428 more words


Reading skills: a strict phonics diet or mixed methods? MELISSA TAYLOR investigates

The best approach to teaching children how to read has divided opinion. The government urge systematic synthetic phonics (SSP) as the “first, fast and only” way to teach reading… 819 more words

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Firefighters Demonstrate Dangers Of Fireworks

DENVER (CBS4)– Police in Denver teamed up with firefighters to demonstrate the dangers of fireworks ahead of the Fourth of July holiday weekend.

Fire crews demonstrated just how dangerous fireworks can be in the wrong hands on Thursday morning. 133 more words


Former Owner Of Building Where Body Was Found After Fire 'Shocked'

By Tom Mustin

DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police and fire investigators are looking for clues after a body was discovered in a burning apartment above a Five Points bagel shop. 388 more words


Body Discovered Inside Historic Five Points Building After Fire

By Rick Sallinger

DENVER (CBS4) – Firefighters believe an apartment fire inside a historic building in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood is suspicious after a body was discovered inside. 378 more words


Firefighters Show Off Burned Equipment After Rescue

DENVER (CBS4)– Firefighters in Denver showed off how valuable their equipment is one week after a man was rescued from a burning apartment building. 326 more words


Man Seriously Injured In Fire At Building Near State Capitol

DENVER (CBS4) – Firefighters in Denver rushed to battle a fire burning in an apartment building near the state Capitol on Tuesday morning where one man was seriously injured. 388 more words