People boarding a plane and heading to the Middle East or North Africa are advised to cancel that trip, but one particular traveler is willing to brave the elements.
Federal agents with guns drawn arrested suspected online predators after the culmination of a 5-week long national crackdown on Internet targeting of children.
A top-secret arm of the controversial Stellar Wind program set up in the wake of 9/11 is allowing the National Security Agency and the FBI to tap directly into the central servers of nine major Internet companies to extract audio, video, photos, emails and documents that let analysts track an individual’s communication, CBS News has learned.
A Colorado soldier stationed in Panama and getting ready to head to Afghanistan wanted to marry his long-time girlfriend, only they were thousands of miles apart, but his soldier buddies didn’t let that deter him.
One of the many people affected by the High Park Fire is a bride-to-be who had her big day all planned until the cabin she had reserved for the wedding and reception went up in flames.
CBS4 has help for people who feel lost taking their car in for repairs and are confused by whether the mechanic is charging a fair price.
A hearing on a high-profile child abuse case went deep into Friday evening as a mother in Boulder County is fighting for a new trial
The Red Cross is keeping up its relief efforts in Japan right now and American families in Japan are trying and stay safe.
Anyone with family in Japan has been watching the images all day long on Friday of fire and rubble and flooding. For one Colorado father with a loved one in Tokyo, the ability to communicate over the Internet has been vital.
One year ago this week a devastating earthquake killed 200,000 people and left Haiti in ruins. Many survivors were trapped in collapsed buildings. Dan Woolley of Colorado Springs spent nearly three days beneath the Hotel Montana in Port-au-Prince.