Denver Professor Urges Travelers Not To Give In To FearAn expert on Middle Eastern affairs at the University of Denver is encouraging people to be cautious, and a travel agent has a booking suggestion for flyers.
'Hacking Apps' Could Be Best Way To Disrupt ISISA video on YouTube from hacker group Anonymous claims the organization has disabled more than 20,000 online accounts related to the terrorist organization ISIS in the wake of Friday’s attack in Paris. One professor in Denver believes it could be the best way to disrupt the terror group's network.
Owner Of Isis Books & Gifts Upset Vandals Associating His Store With Terrorist GroupA longtime bookstore on South Broadway in Englewood shares the name of a radical terrorist group and now has become the target of vandals.
Refugees Living In Colorado Support Allowing Syrians In, But With Strict ScreeningShould Syrian refugees be allowed in the U.S.? The topic is being debated in every corner of the country.
Colorado National Guard Soldiers Heading To Kuwait To Help Fight Against ISISThere was a special send off for nearly 200 soldiers in the Colorado National Guard Sunday morning.
Parents Of 'Jihad Shannon' Say 'Terrorists Have Won' In Letter To AmericaThe parents of a teenager from Colorado who tried to join ISIS say the terrorists have won.
Judge Hands Down 4 Year Sentence To 'Jihad Shannon'An Arvada teenager who wanted to wage jihad with ISIS and move to the Middle East has been sentenced to four years in federal prison.
Arvada Teen 'Jihad Shannon' Awaits SentencingAn Arvada teenager who wanted to wage jihad with ISIS and move to the Middle East is instead facing a judge on Friday.
Top Ten Stories Of 2014The disappearance of a plane carrying hundreds, the fall of an iconic comedian, and the rise of a brutal terror group are just some of the biggest news stories of the year. Here are CBS Local's top ten news stories of 2014.
Memorial For Fighter Pilot From Colorado Killed Overseas Held In RifleA Colorado community came together Sunday to remember a local hero who died while serving his country overseas.
After Girls' Jihadi Quest, A Focus On OutreachGathered under the fluorescent lights of an austere Denver mosque, a group of parents stared at a photo projected on a wall in front of them.
Girls' Jihadi Quest Stirs Muslim Communities' FearThe strange journey of three suburban Denver girls who authorities say tried to join Islamic State militants in Syria has many in their close-knit east African community worried about whether their own children will be the next to be lured to terror.