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Denver, Colorado / Broncos #320044

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 03, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Denver, Colorado: Bob McNamara) Reporter's story on Bronco loss in Denver, Colorado, featured. Denver citizens noted claiming they've been slurred by CBS News. [Mayor Federico PENA - comments on slur.] [MAN - comments on story.] KMGH-TV News noted commenting on reporter's story. [Governor Roy ROMER - comments on story.] Denver's tourist attractions featured. [Smiley's laundromat owner SMILEY - says cleans Ray Charles' clothes when he performs in Denver.] Denver's stock show featured. [Senator Tim. WIRTH - comments on story.] Denver's culinary discoveries noted. [Ex-gov. Richard LAMM - comments on Denver's confidence problem.] [REAGAN - congratulates Denver on season.]

McNamara, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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