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Latest Forecast: Upper Level Low Brings Clouds, Snow and RainWe are watching a large upper level low spinning over Arizona that will be moving into Colorado Sunday night. This system will spread snow across the mountains and deliver a small chance for showers and possible thunderstorm over the northeastern plains late in the day on Sunday.

Denver And Colorado News

Police Need Help Finding 14-Year-Old GirlPolice in Aurora would like the public’s help locating a missing teenage girl.
Nearby Police Helicopter Helped Guide Rescue Crews To Plane CrashOne person was taken to the hospital after a single-engine Piper Cherokee aircraft crashed south of Centennial Airport Saturday afternoon.
Firefighter About Plane Crash: 'We Couldn't Be More Grateful'Given the circumstances, and where the plane crashed, South Metro Fire Rescue says the outcome of the incident was a miracle.
Family Vows To Not Give Up After Beloved Man MurderedA family has been posting fliers along busy streets in North Denver in hopes of gathering new clues in their loved one’s murder.
Ramifications For Participants In 'A Day Without Immigrants'The company owner who fired more than 30 employees who missed work on A Day Without Immigrants is offering them their jobs back.
Man Shot, Killed During Fight In Parking LotOfficers responded to reports of a fight in a parking lot occurring just before 4:30 a.m. Saturday in the 4000 block of South Crystal Circle.
Smoke Could Be Seen For Miles From Grass Fire Near Colorado SpringsSmoke from a grass fire burning near Colorado Springs could be seen for miles.

Latest Colorado News From The Associated Press

Colbert's Show To Air Live After Trump's Address To CongressStephen Colbert is going to have his say after President Donald Trump's address to a joint session of Congress.
AP: Man Accused Of Shooting Security Officer Pledges ISIS SupportA former U.S. soldier accused of shooting and killing a transit guard in downtown Denver last month says he is a supporter of the Islamic State group, but investigators say they have not found evidence the terror group had anything to do with the killing.
AP Review: Gorsuch Backed Minimum Standard For Disabled KidsSupreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch has embraced a bare-bones standard of education for disabled children on the Denver-based 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, but he has often upheld other civil rights complaints against schools, an Associated Press review of his legal record shows.
White House Denies Report Trump Weighing National Guard For Immigration RoundupsThe Trump administration is considering a proposal to mobilize National Guard troops to round up unauthorized immigrants, including in Colorado, according to a draft memo obtained by The Associated Press.

Politics

Lawmakers Deny AG Office's Budget Request Following Fracking LawsuitColorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman has filed a lawsuit against the City of Boulder to lift its moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, and now state lawmakers are not allowing more funding for her office.
Fears Of Deportation Alive Across ColoradoThere is a chill in the air for illegal immigrants living in Denver and around the country. The Trump Administration's posture is leaving those without proper documentation in fear of deportation.
Lawmaker: Tracking Hate Crimes To Better Prevent ThemA CBS4 story prompted one state lawmaker to bring a bill to state Capitol that is aimed at better tracking hate crimes in Colorado.

Entertainment

Colbert's Show To Air Live After Trump's Address To CongressStephen Colbert is going to have his say after President Donald Trump's address to a joint session of Congress.
'The Christians' Raises Questions About Faith"The Christians" raises questions around faith and religion.
‘Mi Tierra’ Exhibit Explores Immigrant View Of American LifeThe Denver Art Museum is featuring an exhibit called “Mi Tierra”, which explores immigrants’ views of living in the American West.

CBS National News

2/19: Priebus, Graham, NunesAfter a contentious week for the White House, "Face the Nation" breaks down the problems the Trump administration has faced in its first month. White House chief of staff Reince Priebus, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, Rep. Devin Nunes, R-California, and Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Maryland, and others join the show.
Is the media "the enemy"? Pentagon chief weighs inDefense Secretary Jim Mattis speaks out after Trump's condemnation that the "fake news media" is "the enemy of the American people"
Fighter jets scrambled near Trump's Fla. estate to intercept aircraftF-15s dispatched to intercept unresponsive aircraft near Mar-a-Lago estate, creating a "sonic boom" that alarmed residents
SpaceX launches space station cargo shipA SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket took off from NASA's historic pad 39A Sunday, successfully boosting a cargo ship into orbit for a flight to the space station
Police: Man kills mom, sets home ablaze, shoots at cops during 50-mile chaseHomicide investigation turns into high-speed chase with police dodging gunfire
Gay Talese and the art of "New Journalism"He's considered a leader of a movement known as "New Journalism" - writers who tried to break the boundaries of traditional reporting in the mid- to late-20th century. Now 85, and working on a new book about his long marriage, Gay Talese talks to Rita Braver about some of his most memorable stories, and about a new anthology of his most acclaimed articles, called "High Notes."

CBS World News

"Sunday Morning" full episode 2/19Features include Susan Spencer's cover story examining how new technologies may help us reset our password habits; interviews with "Billions" star Damian Lewis and acclaimed writer Gay Talese; Lee Cowan's profile of a Chicago artist whose canvas is the city's potholes; Barry Petersen's matchup with New York Times crossword puzzle editor and ping pong fanatic Will Shortz; and Martha Teichner's report on how Canadians are welcoming Syrian refugees. Jane Pauley hosts.
Canada opens its hearts to Syrian refugeesAs the Trump administration writes new rules to block U.S. entry to refugees, Canadians continue to welcome tens of thousands fleeing the war-torn country
Syrian refugees find a home in CanadaNearly 7 out of 10 Canadians support their government's acceptance of Syrian refugees. One such Good Samaritan is Jim Estill, a prominent Canadian entrepreneur and businessman. Haunted by pictures of Syrian cities reduced to rubble and Syrian people dying as they tried to escape, Estill has put up CAN$1.5 million to resettle 58 Syrian families in a small university city west of Toronto. "My thought is, what can I do to help?" Estill told correspondent Martha Teichner. "You don't want to grow old and say you stood by and did nothing. And it's the right thing to do."
"Billions" star Damian LewisIt's no surprise Damian Lewis has created another indelible character: American hedge fund manager Bobby "Axe" Axelrod on the Showtime series "Billions." Yet the former star of "Band of Brothers" and "Homeland" is actually an upper-crust Brit. Correspondent Jim Axelrod visits with Lewis in London, when the Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning actor laughed, "Oddly, the irony is that coming from a white-collar British background, I tend to play blue-collar Americans!"
Will Shortz, master of puzzles and ping pongWill Shortz's passion is crossword puzzles, and he's world class - editing the daily puzzle in The New York Times, and authoring or editing more than 500 crossword puzzle books. The Puzzle Master's success should be enough to fill every hour of his every day, but there is another passion: Shortz might describe it as two words, eight letters. Barry Petersen reports.
Calendar: Week of February 20"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead, from a farewell to Bao Bao the giant panda, to a celebration of the year's worst movies. Jane Pauley reports.

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