Denver And Colorado News

Dancing FBI Agent Not Alone: Second Officer Faces Charges For Weapon DischargeA police officer whose gun accidentally fired at a youth baseball tournament in Steamboat Springs last month is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday to face multiple criminal charges.
New Life Emerging: Group Helps Plant 1,200 Trees In Burn ScarVolunteers are helping the Colorado State Forest Service planting seedlings to help land from the 2012 High Fire recover from burn scars and protect nearby residents from future flooding.
Some Colorado Lawmakers Not Hopeful Of Helsinki SummitColorado's Republican Sen. Cory Gardner and Republican Congressman Mike Coffman reacted to Monday's meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladmir Putin.
CSU Presents Research On CBD Oil Used For DogsA new study by Colorado State University in Fort Collins finds that cannabis is helping to significantly reduce the frequency of seizures in epileptic dogs.
Missing Woman's Family Vows To Continue Searching: 'You Didn't Kill Our Spirit'The family of a missing Longmont mother continues to search for a sign despite four months with no trace of Rita Gutierrez-Garcia.
Debate On School Bus Seat Belts Renewed After Bus RolloverThe school bus involved in Thursday's collision with a truck and subsequent rollover was equipped with seat belts, but no one had them on except the driver.
Heavy Rain Forces Mudslides & Highway ClosureHeavy rain flooded the Junkins Fire burn scar south of Canon City on Sunday.
Colorado Father Gets 32 Years For Baby's DeathA Colorado Springs man has been sentenced to 32 years in prison in the death of his 6-week-old son last year.
Waterton Canyon To Be Closed To The Public For One DayDenver Water announced Waterton Canyon will be closed for a private event in the coming weeks.
Mom Posts Warning After Finding 3-Year-Old Trapped In Washing MachineA Colorado mom posted a scary warning on Facebook after purchasing a new front-loading washing machine.
Cop Convicted Of Groping Women: Commerce City To Pay $50,000 SettlementCommerce City has agreed to pay a woman $50,000 after one of its officers was convicted of fondling her while she was handcuffed in the back seat of his patrol car.
Report: Officers Acted Lawfully In Killing Suspect Who Killed DeputyAn investigation into the death of a man who shot and killed a Douglas County sheriff's deputy has been finalized.

CBS National News

Trump a near-solitary figure after stunning rebuke of Russian election meddlingThere is an overwhelming consensus among U.S. intelligence and law enforcement that Russia orchestrated a campaign to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The president has been reluctant to accept this conclusion despite all the evidence, making him a nearly solitary figure in his administration and his own party. Paula Reid reports.
Eye Opener at 8: Both parties slam Trump's denial of Russian election meddlingA look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Genealogist helps police crack 1988 killing of April TinsleyIndiana police say cutting-edge genealogy and DNA techniques have helped solve an infamous, 30-year-old cold case. John D. Miller was arrested Sunday for the 1988 killing of April Tinsley. Miller was caught using genetic genealogy -- the same method used to unmask other high-profile cold cases. Don Dahler reports.
Passenger describes lava bomb crashing through Hawaii tour boat roofNew restrictions are in place for boaters near Hawaii's Kilauea volcano after a lava explosion injured 23 people on a sightseeing tour. One woman suffered a broken leg and others were burned when the blast sent rocks crashing through the boat's roof. Carter Evans reports.
Sen. Ben Sasse: "Putin walked away with a win" from Trump meetingNebraska Republican Sen. Ben Sasse, a member of the Senate Judiciary and Armed Services committees, joins “CBS This Morning” from Capitol Hill to discuss President Trump's controversial comments during a joint news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, why the president "isn't leading" right now and what we should do about Russia's continuing effort to "sow the seeds of distrust" in America.
Ex-CIA deputy director: Senior intelligence officials should consider resigningCBS News senior national security contributor Michael Morell served as CIA deputy director and acting director. He says the president’s comments in Helsinki have dealt a major blow to the relationship between the president and the intelligence community. He joins “CBS This Morning” from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to discuss.

CBS World News

Massive iceberg threatens Greenland villageA remote Greenland village is under threat from a massive iceberg. Last week, video captured a large piece of the iceberg breaking off and crashing into the water and there are concerns more chunks falling off could lead to a tsunami. Evacuations have already started in the small town of Innaarsuit, Greenland. Mark Phillips reports.
Ex-CIA deputy director: Senior intelligence officials should consider resigningCBS News senior national security contributor Michael Morell served as CIA deputy director and acting director. He says the president’s comments in Helsinki have dealt a major blow to the relationship between the president and the intelligence community. He joins “CBS This Morning” from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to discuss.
Officials doing damage control following Trump's comments in HelsinkiAdministration officials want President Trump to make clear he believes his own intelligence sources over Russian president Vladimir Putin after he appeared to accept Putin's denial that Russia interfered in the 2016 election. Weija Jiang reports.
Eye Opener: Critics pile on after Trump’s summit with PutinThe White House goes into damage control after facing near universal criticism for President Trump's news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Also, a "lava bomb" from the Kilauea volcano injures nearly two dozen people on a sightseeing boat. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Trump's meeting with Putin draws condemnation from both partiesMembers of Congress from both parties are sharply denouncing President Trump's unwillingness to defend U.S. intelligence agencies following his remarkable press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday. Nancy Cordes reports.
U.K.'s pro-Brexit campaign broke election lawsVote Leave group dismisses national Electoral Commission's report as "wholly inaccurate" and politically motivated