Denver And Colorado News

Smart Tattoos Could Change Color, Indicate Health IssuesImagine a tattoo that could alert you if you need to apply sunscreen or if your blood sugar is low. Sounds like joke, right? But it’s not.
Girl Scout Hopes To Educate, Calm Fears Surrounding EpilepsyA teenager in Golden is calling on her personal experience with epilepsy to support other kids through the same journey.
Family Of Missing Woman Rita Gutierrez-Garcia Wants To Give BackIt’s been almost nine months since Rita Gutierrez-Garcia was last seen. Now her family wants to honor her this Christmas with the 12 Days of Rita.
1-Eyed Endangered Wolf Found More Than Month After EscapeAn endangered Mexican grey wolf that escaped from a wildlife center has been captured more than a month after it got loose. "Jack" was spotted in Cripple Creek on Tuesday.
Fire Districts Fall Short For Funding Despite Increase In Emergency CallsColorado fire districts are sounding an alarm as many of them face massive budget cuts, even as emergency calls have increased 30 to 50 percent.
Jefferson County Enacts Tougher Fire Restrictions Year RoundJefferson County authorities say the dry conditions are forcing them to make changes with the fire restrictions.
Epic Dream Job Winner Spends 1st Day On Job At VailOne lucky skier just found out that he got the job of a lifetime. For the next year, Jackson Lebsack will travel the world and ski for a living.
'God Bless Us, Every One!': DCPA Stages Traditional 'A Christmas Carol'A Denver holiday tradition continues with "A Christmas Carol" on stage at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
Program Aims To Close Veterinarian Shortage In Colorado, Help Repay Student Loan DebtThe Veterinary Education Loan Repayment Program aims to fill the veterinarian shortage in the state by helping repay student loans.
Teen Says Toy Donations Spread Message Of CaringThe Boys & Girls Clubs provide a safe, nurturing place for children to go after school.
Virtual Santa Visits Children's Hospital Colorado Patients From North PoleWhen children have to stay at Children's Hospital Colorado, sometimes they worry about whether Santa will be able to find them over the holidays. That's where Virtual Santa comes in.
Plea Deal On Hold For Former CU Coach Accused Of Domestic ViolenceA domestic violence case involving a former University of Colorado football assistant coach accused of repeatedly beating his girlfriend has been delayed.

CBS National News

Woman writes heartbreaking note to tech companies when baby ads continued to appear after stillborn birth"If you're smart enough to realize that I'm pregnant, that I've given birth, then surely you're smart enough to realize that my baby died"
Melania Trump derides media focus on "gossip" and criticizes "opportunists"Melania Trump was interviewed Wednesday by Fox News' Sean Hannity
3 missing in West Virginia coal mine found aliveAfter days of searching, three people missing in an abandoned West Virginia coal mine have been found alive. A fourth person who entered the mine with them emerged Monday and helped with the search. CBS News national correspondent Chip Reid reports from West Virginia.
Mark Meadows out of running as chief of staff search continuesU.S. Rep. Mark Meadows of North Carolina is out of the running to be President Trump's next chief of staff. Niall Stanage, White House columnist for The Hill, joins CBSN to discuss the latest developments and the rest of the day's political headlines.
Uncle accused of 3-year-old's gruesome murderA Kentucky father heard his 3-year-old daughter scream on baby monitor as her uncle slit her throat, the sheriff said. Relatives say the man has mental health problems.
Are California and Texas the new early-state primary elections to watch?When it come to presidential primary elections, all eyes are usually on Iowa and New Hampshire, but in 2020, California and Texas could attract almost as much attention. Gromer Jeffers, a political writer for the Dallas Morning News, and Dave Bryan, a political reporter for KCBS and KCAL, join CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss.