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Denver And Colorado News

Guns Already A Hot Topic Early In Colorado's Legislative SessionOnly a few days into the legislative session and already lawmakers are talking about guns.
Burn Survivor Pays It Forward At University Of Colorado HospitalTen years ago, a Colorado woman was burned on nearly 90 percent of her body. Today, she is an inspiration, helping other burn survivors recover.
Man Hanging By Neck At Ski Resort Talks To EllenThe man who was rescued after falling off the chair lift at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area talked on Ellen Tuesday.
Residents Opposed To Dinosaur Ridge Rezoning Burst Into SongOn Tuesday county commissioners debated a controversial plan to rezone several acres of historic land near Dinosaur Ridge for car dealerships, a hotel and a gas station.
Tony Award Winning ‘Fun Home’ Takes On Family Secrets“Fun Home” is a Tony Award winning musical about the trials and tribulations of family. It runs Jan. 11-22 at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.
Man Accused Of Sex Crimes With Teens Allegedly Does It AgainA man already in trouble for allegedly trafficking children for sex is accused of being in contact with underage boys again.
Boulder Considers Lower Fines For Bear-Resistant Trash Bin RefusalBoulder city council members are hearing public input about scaling back fines for people refusing to use bear-resistant trash bins.

Latest Colorado News From The Associated Press

Johnston Kicks Off Campaign With Pledge Of Debt-Free CollegeFormer State Sen. Mike Johnston is kicking off his quest for the Democratic party's gubernatorial nomination by promising to provide two years of debt-free college to Coloradans who volunteer for the state.
Colorado, Two-Thirds Of States Face Budget ChallengesTwo-thirds of states in the U.S., including Colorado, are facing budget shortfalls or challenges this year.
National Park Visits Hits Record High For 3rd Straight YearVisits to U.S. national parks set a record in 2016 for the third consecutive year as landmarks such Zion, Yellowstone and Rocky Mountain experienced historic levels of popularity that brought collateral headaches stemming from overcrowded roads and trails and increasing visitor misbehavior.
Several Thousand Celebrate King With 'Marade' In DenverSeveral thousand people walked through snowy Denver to celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. in the city's 31st annual "Marade".

Politics

Johnston Kicks Off Campaign With Pledge Of Debt-Free CollegeFormer State Sen. Mike Johnston is kicking off his quest for the Democratic party's gubernatorial nomination by promising to provide two years of debt-free college to Coloradans who volunteer for the state.
Dinosaur Ridge Rezoning Debate Continues In Jefferson CountyThe Board of Jefferson County Commissioners could decide whether Dinosaur Ridge will be rezoned on Tuesday. Opponents to the plan are fighting to try to keep car dealerships from moving into the area.
Colorado, Two-Thirds Of States Face Budget ChallengesTwo-thirds of states in the U.S., including Colorado, are facing budget shortfalls or challenges this year.

Entertainment

Tony Award Winning ‘Fun Home’ Takes On Family Secrets“Fun Home” is a Tony Award winning musical about the trials and tribulations of family. It runs Jan. 11-22 at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.
Concerns Keep People From Flocking To MLK 'Marade'Year after year, Denver's Marade is one of the largest Martin Luther King commemorations in the country. But this year, despite an election that exposed deep racial divisions in the country, turn-out was down.
Springsteen Cover Band Will Skip Inaugural EventA Bruce Springsteen tribute band has canceled its plans to perform at a Washington gala before Donald Trump's presidential inauguration.

CBS National News

Obama commutes Chelsea Manning's sentenceChelsea Manning was convicted in 2013 in military court for providing to WikiLeaks more than 700,000 secret military and State Department documents
Obama pardons retired Gen. James Cartwright for lying during leak probeRetired Gen. James Cartwright pleaded guilty in October to making false statements during an investigation into a leak of classified information about a covert cyberattack on Iran’s nuclear facilities
Pit bulls attack kids on way to school, killing oneThree kids were viciously attacked by the dogs walking to school, sending all three to the hospital, where one later died
Second death in California likely linked to meningitisThe woman was found dead last Tuesday sitting upright in the back of a San Francisco Muni bus
Painting depicting police officer as pig firing gun removed from Capitol displaySeveral Republicans complained about high school student's art hung in tunnel leading to Capitol
"Divergent" author on new sci-fi novel, "Carve the Mark"At just 28 years old, Veronica Roth has written three books that have been turned into blockbuster movies -- and now she’s debuting a whole new series

CBS World News

Report: Suspected Istanbul nightclub gunman was on wanted listTurkey’s state-run news agency says the gunman who carried out the attack on the Istanbul nightclub was wanted in his home country of Uzbekistan for membership in a “terror organization"
Mexican governor: Kids given water instead of chemo at state-run hospitalsState-run hospitals fell victim to malfeasance and corruption, says Veracruz governor while slamming predecessor
Nigeria admits to mistakenly killing dozens of refugeesThis is believed to be the first time the Nigerian military has admitted to accidental killings, something villagers have complained of often
Favorite “El Chapo” actress says interview cost her jobsDespite official denials, Kate del Castillo claims a “macho” Mexican government is persecuting her only because she’s a woman
Meet the 8 men who are wealthier than half the globeThe very richest of the very rich, this smattering of multi-billionaires controls more wealth than do 3.6 billion people
Americans among victims in Mexico nightclub shootingAn American college student was one of five people killed when a gunman attacked a Mexican nightclub. Eighteen-year-old Alejandra Villanueva died in the chaotic stampede early Monday as people rushed to escape from the gunfire at a music festival in Playa del Carmen. At least four Americans are among more than a dozen people hurt. Carter Evans reports.

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