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Latest Forecast: One Storm Leaves, Another One on the Way, A One Day Break In BetweenOur latest storm cleared out quickly as sunshine returned Wednesday afternoon. Now a milder break on Thursday before the next system arrives on Friday.

Denver And Colorado News

New Lease Will Keep The Rockies At Coors Field For Many Years To ComeThe Colorado Rockies agreed to a new lease with the board overseeing Coors Field on Wednesday keeping the team in town for the next 30 years and letting them develop a nearby parking lot next to the stadium.
Teen Double Murder Case: 7 Now In Custody, Search Still On For 2 MoreAuthorities have arrested yet another suspect in connection with the killing of two Colorado Springs teenagers and are still looking for another two people wanted in relation to the double murder.
Storm Chaser With Colorado Ties Dies, But Not From A StormA man who grew up in Colorado is one of three weather chasers killed in a head-on collision.
Denver Water Customers Will Soon Notice Higher RatesDenver Water customers will probably notice an increase in their bill because the utility is raising rates starting this Saturday.
Frozen Animals Found In Colorado ReservoirFishermen have discovered mountain lion and a mule deer carcasses frozen in the icy waters at Blue Mesa Reservoir.
Hungry Burglar Caught On Camera Was 'Pretty Calm'A homeless man is in custody after the burglary of a vape shop in Lakewood was caught on camera.
Ice Cream Shop Owner Accused Of Sexual Assault Turns Self InA man accused of multiple counts of unlawful sexual contact and sexual assault turned himself in to authorities.

Latest Colorado News From The Associated Press

Gov. Hickenlooper Says Colorado Will Still Pursue Clean EnergyColorado will push ahead to develop more affordable renewable energy despite President Donald Trump's order eliminating many restrictions on fossil fuels production, Gov. John Hickenlooper said Wednesday.
Crayola To Retire A Color On National Crayon DayFriday is National Crayon Day and Crayola says it will mark the occasion by retiring one of its colors.
Despite Family's Doubts, Man Admitted To Vandalizing Islamic CenterAmid speculation from family that the city arrested the wrong person, a judge in Fort Collins set bond for a man accused of vandalizing the Islamic Center of Fort Collins early Sunday.
Colorado Wage Theft Bill Headed To Governor's DeskThanks to a bill that's headed to the governor's desk, Coloradans soon can find out if an employer cheated his or her workers on wages.

Politics

Gov. Hickenlooper Says Colorado Will Still Pursue Clean EnergyColorado will push ahead to develop more affordable renewable energy despite President Donald Trump's order eliminating many restrictions on fossil fuels production, Gov. John Hickenlooper said Wednesday.
Governor Reacts To Trump's Executive OrderGovernor Hickenlooper issued a statement after President Trump signed an executive order ending many of President Obama's efforts to curb global warming.
Colorado Wage Theft Bill Headed To Governor's DeskThanks to a bill that's headed to the governor's desk, Coloradans soon can find out if an employer cheated his or her workers on wages.

Entertainment

Phil Keoghan On 'The Amazing Race' Season 29The Amazing Race returns for its 29th season on Thursday, March 30th at 10:00 PM ET/PT on CBS.
Trump's Lawyers: 'Apprentice' Contestant Can't Sue PresidentRepublican President Donald Trump's lawyers say he's immune while president from defamation claims brought by a former contestant on his reality TV show "The Apprentice" who accused him of unwanted sexual contact.
Darlene Cates, The Mother In 'Gilbert Grape,' Dies At 69Darlene Cates, who played the housebound mother in the 1993 film "What's Eating Gilbert Grape," has died.

CBS National News

Multiple fatalities reported after church bus crashesA bus carrying 14 senior citizens back from a church retreat was involved in a fatal head-on collision with a white pickup truck
Congress passes law allowing ISPs to sell customer browsing historyWhat you do and where you go on the internet is about to become even less private. Errol Barnett reports on legislation passed by the House and Senate and expected to be signed into law.
At least 12 killed, 3 injured in Texas bus crashA church bus carrying senior citizens back from a retreat collided with a pickup truck on a Texas highway Wednesday afternoon. Officials say at least 12 have died and three are injured. David Begnaud reports.
Speaker Ryan: Trump "rolled up his sleeves" to pass health careIn an interview with Norah O'Donnell, House Speaker Paul Ryan talked about the GOP's path forward on repealing and replacing Obamacare and President Trump's involvement in the bill that never came to a vote. The rest of the interview will air Thursday on "CBS This Morning."
Don McLean serenades Jim Axelrod with part of "American Pie"Don McLean's 1971 classic song "American Pie" was just added to the National Recording Registry, so CBS News correspondent Jim Axelrod sat down with the musician for an interview. McLean brought along his guitar, and gave Axelrod a surprise short concert.
Man crashes into church after being shot in attempted robbery: policeThe victim tried to escape an attempted robbery by driving away from the scene, but then crashed his car into the side of a church

CBS World News

Fact-checking Trump's claim that Russia paid Hillary Clinton for uraniumPresident Trump sowed more confusion on Russia when he claimed that Hillary Clinton was paid by Russia for the sale of uranium, but the charges are misleading and mostly untrue. Scott Pelley explains why.
U.S. suspected of inadvertently killing Iraqi civiliansThe top commander of U.S. forces in the Middle East admitted to Congress that there is a "fair chance" U.S. airstrikes led to the deaths of over 100 civilians in Mosul. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.
U.S. suspected of inadvertently killing Iraqi civiliansConcerns grow surrounding the U.S. military's responsibility for civilan deaths in the fight to retake Mosul from ISIS
What's next in the Senate's Russia investigation?The leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Sens. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) and Mark Warner (D-Va.) provided an update to reporters on their investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. CBS Radio News Correspondent Bill Rehkopf spoke to CBSN about what Burr and Warner revealed.
Dirty air from global trade kills at home and abroadA new study looks at the human toll air pollution is taking worldwide
Border wall a "catastrophe" for wildlife, expert saysProposed wall between U.S. and Mexico would block "natural pathways" that species have been following for millions of years

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