Sentencing Scheduled For Serial BurglarA Jefferson County judge will sentence a burglar Monday convicted of stealing from two dozen businesses after GPS technology and an ankle monitor helped investigators find their suspect.
Lone Fort Collins Shooting Survivor Identified As CU StudentThe lone survivor of Thursday’s fatal shooting near Colorado State University has been identified by family.
Mother Nature Sends Message To Broncos Country After Difficult LossMother Nature had a loud message for Colorado on Sunday night.
Employee Shot Outside Strip ClubPolice are searching for the gunman who shot an employee of a strip club in Glendale.
Brothers, Bandmates Step In To Save Family BusinessFor several years Seth and Josh Larson made a living primarily through their music, but then fate would call on them to save the family business.
Detective's Specialized Wheelchair Allows Him To 'Look People In Eyes'Recovering Douglas County Sheriff's detective Dan Brite has a new level of independence.
Rattlesnake Activity Forces Shutdown Of Popular Hiking TrailA popular trail in Jefferson County's open space has been closed due to rattlesnake activity.
2 Children Allegedly Stabbed By Older Brother To Be Laid To RestThe two Colorado Springs children allegedly stabbed by their older brother are being laid to rest.
Cub Scout Kicked Out After Asking Lawmaker About GunsA Cub Scout was kicked out after he questioned a lawmaker about her position on gun control and comments she made about African-Americans' health and eating fried chicken.
Suspect In Fort Collins Killing Was An Air Force SergeantA man suspected of fatally shooting two people and wounding a third before killing himself was an Air Force staff sergeant based in Wyoming, authorities said.
Colorado Officials Back Plans To Fund Interstate WideningColorado officials have backed spending plans to widen Interstate 25 in sections north and south of Denver.
Runners Help Raise Money For Families Battling Tough OddsHundreds of people came together for the first ever Walk for Wishes 5K Run at Hudson Gardens in Littleton Saturday morning.
Trading Scars for Art: Breast Cancer Survivors Get InkedFor many breast cancer patients, a mastectomy is life-saving and life-changing procedure.
Don't Miss This Saturday's Making Strides WalkThe American Cancer Society is hosting its Making Strides against Breast Cancer Walk on Oct. 22.
Coffman Takes Aim At Online Political AdsColorado Congressman Mike Coffman is co-sponsoring a bill to regulate online political advertisements.
Oil & Gas Development Ballot Measure Watched CloselyThe debate over oil and gas development in Broomfield continues.
'Breakthrough' Reached On Short Term Health Care FixTwo key senators say they've reached a breakthrough deal on a short term health care fix.
'Something Rotten!' Brings Big Laughs To Denver"Something Rotten!" was nominated for 10 Tony Awards including Best Musical. Set in the time of Shakespeare, it depicts the hilarity that ensures when two brothers try to make a name for themselves by write the very first musical.
Creepy Animals Are Often The 'Garbage Men' Of The WorldHalloween brings images of scary animals from snakes and cockroaches to vultures and spiders.
Annual Fundraiser Brings Opportunity To See 'Hamilton'The Denver Center for the Performing Arts announced the date of its annual Saturday Night Alive fundraiser Thursday night.
Jason Reynolds writes for youth "searching for themselves as characters"New York Times best-selling author Jason Reynolds says he didn't read his first novel until he was 17 years old. Reynolds says he writes on topics he felt wasn't addressed when he was growing up. His new book, "Long Way Down," is about a young boy whose brother is killed by gun violence. Gayle King spoke to him to learn about his inspiration and love for literature.
"Kangaroo courts and lynch mobs": Bergdahl opens up as sentencing loomsFollowing five years of captivity by the Taliban, now faces life in prison after pleading guilty to desertion and misbehaving before the enemy in Afghanistan
Will release of JFK assassination files spawn new conspiracy theories?The last government files on President John F. Kennedy's assassination are due to be released this week. They include more than 3,000 documents that have never been seen by the public. Chip Reid reports.
Oakland A's answer 9-year-old wildfire victim's letter in personThousands of families who escaped from the deadly California wildfires are returning home to find nothing but rubble. Loren Smith, 9, of Santa Rosa lost his home and his cherished collection of baseball cards and memorabilia. Teams from around the country are coming together to help replace what he lost. Adriana Diaz reports.
Gold Star father Khizr Khan "disheartened" by Trump's call to widowKhizr Khan became an advocate for gold star families after his passionate speech at the 2016 Democratic National Convention where he challenged then-presidential nominee Donald Trump's stance on Muslim immigration. Now, he is critical of President Trump's phone call to the wife of a soldier killed in Niger. Khan, the father of Army Capt. Humayun Khan who was killed in Iraq in 2004, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his family's journey and new book, "An American Family: A Memoir of Hope and Sacrifice."
Plastic trash from Americas and Europe fill the Arctic ecosystemThe average American throws away an estimated 185 pounds of plastic each year. Scientists say a third of our plastic trash ends up in a fragile ecosystem like the ocean. Jonathan Vigliotti traced our plastic trash to the Arctic islands in northern Norway.
$340M pledged to help Rohingya refugees, U.N. saysThe money will support more than 600,000 ethnic Rohingya who have fled Myanmar into Bangladesh
Prominent journalist stabbed in her throat at news radio stationTatyana Felgenhauer, deputy editor-in-chief for Russia's leading news radio station, stabbed by an unknown attacker
Tillerson makes unannounced side trip to AfghanistanTillerson visited Bagram Air Base for talks with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani
Once-pristine Arctic choking on our plastic addiction300 billion tiny pieces of plastic trash are drifting just beneath the surface in ocean waters previously impervious to the pollution onslaught
Catalonia plots next move amid Spain's power playA pro-independence party in the Spanish region of Catalonia is calling for "mass civil disobedience." They are angry about the Spain's unprecedented decision and attempt to take over Catalonia's regional government after a vote for independence. Seth Doane reports from Barcelona.
Rex Tillerson pushes Saudi Arabia, Iraq to help U.S. effort to isolate IranThe secretary of state also called for a quick resolution to the crisis between Qatar and its Arab neighbors