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'One Of The All-Time Greats': Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser Remembers Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgPhil Weiser was a law clerk for Ginsburg in October 1995, and was the only clerk of Ginsburg’s to go on to become an attorney general.
CU Boulder Students Move Out To Make Room For COVID-19 Quarantine DormLess than a month into the school year and officials at The University of Colorado Boulder are asking students in a specific dorm to move out.
State Lawmakers Gather With Community To Honor Legacy Of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgCommunity members gathered at City Park in Denver to remember and honor the life of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday night.
Several Dogs Found Poisoned, Shot In Fremont CountyThe Fremont County Sheriff's Office is investigating reports of pets being poisoned and shot.
CU Director Of Football Operations Cited After Taking 108 People On Mt. Sanitas HikeThe City of Boulder has cited the University of Colorado's director of football operations for violating a public health order.
Human Remains Found At Site Of Home Explosion In GypsumHuman remains were found at the site of a home in Gypsum that was torn apart by an explosion on Thursday.
'Loss Of A Titan': Colorado Lawmakers Reflect On Passing Of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg“Today Coloradans and our nation mourn the loss of a titan. We have lost a fearless advocate  for women and families," Gov. Jared Polis said in a statement.
Students Create Inclusive History Curriculum For Denver Public SchoolsThe students at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Early College helped create a curriculum that includes Black, Latino/a, Asian and Indigenous history.
World War II Exhibitions Open Saturday At Wings Over The Rockies MuseumTwo new World War II exhibitions open Saturday at the Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum.
6 Protesters Arrested In Connection With 4 Separate Protests In AuroraAurora police have arrested five people for their roles in inciting a major protest outside a police station in July. Of those five arrested, three face additional charges, including inciting a riot, in three separate protests that occurred on June 27, July 12 and July 25.
Denver Police Looking For Suspects In Robbery At Assault At Target StorePolice are asking for help identifying a man and a woman accused of stealing items from a Target store and assaulting a person who confronted them in the parking lot.
Justice Department Awards Nearly $3 Million To Help Victims Of STEM School ShootingMore than $2.8 million in funds from the Antiterrorism and Emergency Assistance Program will go toward helping victims of the 2019 shooting at STEM School in Highlands Ranch.
Craig Hospital Kicks Off Pedal 4 Possible, Annual Fundraiser Benefiting Spinal Cord And Brain InjuriesThis week Craig Hospital is kicking off their Pedal 4 Possible charity event.
Cameron Peak Fire: Crews Make Progress With 15% ContainmentFire crews are making more progress on the Cameron Peak Fire.
CU Boulder Making Students Move Out Of Dorm To Create Isolation Spaces After Spike In COVID-19 CasesStudents living in Darley North are being told to move to a different dorm -- with different roommates -- so the university can create "isolation spaces."
Postal Service To Destroy Undelivered Election Mailers As Part Of Settlement With ColoradoThe U.S. Postal Service will give Colorado election officials the opportunity to preview future national mailings pertaining to voting procedures for the upcoming 2020 election.
Missing: 12-Year-Old Dorian Ortiz Believed To Be With Mom Who Doesn't Have CustodyDorian Ortiz, 12, is believed to be with his mother Jessica, somewhere in the Denver metro area. Investigators say his mother does not have custodial rights.
After Fatal Shooting In Walmart Parking Lot, Lakewood Officers Kill Gunman NearbyLakewood police officers shot and killed a man who fatally shot a person in a car in a Walmart parking lot.
Denver Police Arrest Frances Martinez After Deadly Overnight Shooting On Quebec StreetPolice in Denver arrested Frances Martinez for investigation of first-degree murder in connection with an early morning shooting in Denver.
Human Remains Discovered In Mesa Verde National Park May Be Mitchell Dale Stehling, Who Went Missing 7 Years AgoAuthorities say personal items accompanying human remains found Thursday in Mesa Verde National Park allow them to tentatively identify the bones as those of a man who went missing there in 2013.  
K9 Viper Helps Find $95K In Meth And Cocaine During Traffic Stop In BrightonK9 Viper found 3.76 pounds of methamphetamine and 5.5 pounds (or 2.9 kilos) of cocaine.
One More Bad Air Day! Smoke Will Decrease In Colorado For The WeekendHeath advisories related to wildfire smoke have been expanded to 41 of Colorado's 64 counties on Friday. Less smoke and improving air quality is finally expected this weekend.
Nolan Strauss From Colorado Springs Accused Of Stabbing Man In Oregon Arby's, Now Charged With Hate CrimeStrauss, 26, who is from Colorado Springs, told officers he stabbed him because the man was Black, and he "doesn't like Black people."
WATCH: Air-Drop Fish Stocking Operations Bring Trout To Colorado Alpine LakesEmployees of Colorado Parks and Wildlife are using planes to bring fish to hundreds of alpine lakes in the northern half of the state.
Things To Do In And Around Denver This Weekend: Art In RiNo, Barks And BrewsIf you’re looking for something fun to do with your family this weekend, there are plenty of events happening around the Denver metro area. Some are virtual, while others are in-person.
Proposition 118 Provides Colorado Voters With Important Choice On Paid Family, Medical Leave In NovemberProposition 118 is on the ballot this November and an opportunity for the voters of the state to make a decision on paid family and medical leave.
CU Study Confirms Singing Unmasked Inside Spreads COVID Through ParticlesA new study done by University of Colorado scientists confirms that singing without a mask inside can spread COVID-19 particles easily. The study examined a March rehearsal in Washington. 
Paul Hernandez, aka The 'Powder Puff Bandit,' Now Suspected In 5 New Denver Area Bank RobberiesPaul Hernandez and Mary Bannigan are wanted in connection with several different bank robberies in the Denver metro area over the past three weeks.
BIG Tiger Muskie Caught At Gross Reservoir Projected To Be 6 Years OldA 34 inch, 11 pound tiger muskie was captured and released at Gross Reservoir this week, and a photo from Colorado Parks and Wildlife shows one of the smiling state workers who caught it.
2 Coloradans' 20-Year Search For Extinct Fruit -- The Colorado Orange Apple -- Finally Pays OffAddie and Jude Schuenemeyer's mission is to create and preserve a genetic bank of Colorado heritage apples and reintroduce those varieties into current orchards.

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Saturday Sessions: Semisonic performs “You’re Not Alone”Minneapolis band Semisonic, best known for their alternative rock hit “Closing Time,” is back after a hiatus of nearly two decades. Their new EP, “You’re Not Alone,” marks their first new release as a group since 2001. They join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “You’re Not Alone” from the EP.
Colorado group battles homelessness with "housing first" approachAdvocates for a "housing first" approach to reducing homelessness say giving people a permanent place to live has a positive effect on reducing homelessness in places such as New Orleans, New York and Colorado. Barry Petersen takes a look at the Colorado Village Collaborative, a group building and running small housing units to help people get back on their feet.
Saturday Sessions: Semisonic performs “All It Would Take”Minneapolis band Semisonic, best known for their alternative rock hit “Closing Time,” is back after a hiatus of nearly two decades. Their new EP, “You’re Not Alone,” marks their first new release as a group since 2001. They join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “All It Would Take” from the EP.
Firefighter dies in California wildfire sparked by gender revealThe death toll from the unrelenting Western wildfires continues to climb as officials confirm the death of a firefighter who was killed battling the El Dorado Fire in California. Lilia Luciano reports from Los Angeles County, where more than 1,300 firefighters have spent hours battling that blaze alone.
Ginsburg's death ushers new battle into chaotic 2020 election cycleSupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at the age of 87. While tributes from across the nation poured in over the icon's death, a partisan battle over who will fill her seat on the court is threatening to take center stage during an already highly-contentious election year. Ed O'Keefe and Paula Reid join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss what will unfold.
Montana officials struggle to get rural residents counted on censusWith the 2020 census set to end in just 11 days, Montana officials are trying to make sure every resident is counted -- with a big reward on their minds. Montana has enough population for a second House seat, something it has not had since 1993. But first, it has to prove it through a successful census of its roughly one million population. Major Garrett takes a look at how they are trying to get it done.