Jacqueline Quynh, CBS Denver

Jacqueline Quynh

CBS Denver

Denver, CO, United States

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Recent articles by Jacqueline:

Thermal Sensors Show Colorado 14ers Are Busier Than Ever

According to the group's findings, 353,000 people climbed 14ers in 2018. That's about a 6% increase form 2017. → Read More

Flooding is making people leave Mid-City, Treme, expert says

a residential and commercial real estate agent says flooding has caused some business owners as well as people to move out. → Read More

See full Essence Festival speeches from democratic presidential candidates

While the candidates took the podium, black women voters took center stage. → Read More

Algae bloom closes more beaches as Bonnet Carre Spillway stays open

Experts say the algae isn't going anywhere until the spillway is closed, which is scheduled to happen mid-July → Read More

One word describes Essence Fest entering its 25th year: Empowering

"Someone taught us to be great black women and of course we have to keep that legacy going." → Read More

Immigration debate comes to a head as ICE raids start again

As the country welcomes new citizens the immigration debate has become as contentious as ever. → Read More

Keeping your child safe in the car this summer

Jonathan Fourcade, a public information officer for New Orleans EMS says it takes just 10 minutes for a child to pass out in a hot car. → Read More

Gert Town Radiation: What is Radium 226?

When these particles collide with organic matter or living tissue they can cause molecular changes in people that can lead to cancer. → Read More

Pothole and water main repairs underway at Tulane and S. Carrollton Avenues

S&WB is finally fixing the root of the problem: A 94-year-old water main → Read More

Are newer brown anoles driving away Louisiana's green lizards?

The green anoles have existed in North America for 6 million years, but the brown species was recently introduced through trade. → Read More

New Orleans couple enlists 34 bridesmaids for epic beach wedding

“When you live a life of giving then there comes a time that you receive." → Read More

Large algae bloom in Lake Pontchartrain

Those who monitor the lake advise staying away. Dr. John Lopez with the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation says he's seeing large bodies of algae developing. → Read More

French Quarter boutique combines Cafe Du Monde with retro sneakers

A 'crazy' idea became this summer's must-have show → Read More

Gator bites St. Charles deputy outside Luling home

The deputy didn't break any bones, but suffered deep puncture wounds. → Read More

Louisiana Children's Museum to open in City Park in August

The old location closes July 27. Staff will then have just over a month to re-open August 31 in the park. → Read More

Entrepreneurs flock to New Orleans after CBD, hemp legalization

"This is a firecracker that's about to go off. It's like getting in front of all the big alcohol companies right after prohibition," Kapany said. → Read More

Store owners worry about slow NOPD response to shoplifters, theft

"I know things can happen anywhere but the assumption is the police are going to show up if something does happen," Hines said. → Read More

Hundreds gather to say goodbye, honor Leah Chase's legacy

People from all walks of life gathered to honor the New Orleans icon → Read More

Resident rebuilds after tornado rocks her Praireville home

Harper is thankful her kids weren't home. A tree fell directly on her son's bed. A foam finger is just about all that's left of his room now. → Read More

As New Orleans prepares for heavy rain, residents have little faith

"I don't know what we're going to do if we can't even take a good hard rain." → Read More