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Robbery Suspect Shot By Police After Pursuit, Crash and CarjackingDenver Police Department officers chased a robbery suspect into Aurora Saturday night and eventually shot the man after he crashed into several civilian vehicles and carjacked two of them in his attempt to escape capture.
Denver Weather: Turning Cooler With Scattered Showers Monday AfternoonYou will notice clouds increasing from the west today and some spots could turn a little windy.
School Counselors Available Saturday After Tragic Death Of Marnee Kelley-MillsOfficials at Denver Public Schools say counselors will be available to parents and students following the death of Marnee Kelley-Mills.
Paul Jones, Grand Junction Fertility Doctor, Responds To LawsuitDr. Paul Jones, a Colorado fertility doctor, being sued for allegedly using his own sperm to impregnate several women, says the women don't have a legal complaint.
Iraq War Veteran Says 'Big & Emotional Thank You' For Service LabradorThe burden for one Colorado veteran got a little lighter Saturday.
Call Center Worker Sentenced For Scamming Victims Of More Than $377,000A 28-yar-old Indian national was sentenced Friday in Denver federal court to five years imprisonment for his role in running numerous India-based call centers that scammed victims from across the globe. 
Billie Allen Sentenced In Attempt To Influence Weld County District AttorneyBillie Allen, accused of plotting to kill a district attorney, has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge and was sentenced to nine years in prison.
FBI Looking For 'Powder Puff Bandit'The FBI wants to find the man they call the Powder Puff Bandit.
Firefighting Base To Serve 600 Mile Radius Out Of Colorado SpringsThe Colorado Springs Airport and U.S. Forest Service have announced plans to spend $17 million to build a regional firefighting base at the airport.
Deputies Looking For Suspects In Trailhead Car BurglaryJefferson County Sheriff's deputies want to find whoever broke into a car and stole credit cards.
Kindergarten Enrollment Jumps Nearly 12,000 Students In First Year Of New LawA total of 61,989 kindergartners enrolled in full-day classes last October. That's 11,913 more than in October of 2018. 
Denver Public School Board Passes Resolution On Safe Gun StorageThe new school board for Denver Public Schools is concerned about the dangers guns pose for young people.
Pueblo Man Plans To Keep Working After Winning $2 Million PowerballThe winner of a $2 million Powerball prize says he carried the lottery ticket around for a week until he realized he won.
Be Warned: Puffer Week Starts Sunday In ColoradoThe Colorado Department of Public Safety says Colorado Puffer Week will start Sunday, Jan. 26.
Denver DA Dismissing Cases Against 33 State Capitol ProtestersDenver's District Attorney Beth McCann will dismiss the cases against 33 climate change protesters.
Colorado Weather: Quiet Before Next Weather System Arrives MondaySki resorts are busy today thanks to several inches of new snow that fell over the last 72 hours.
Zachary Castillo Hit, Killed By Adams County Deputy While Crossing Federal BoulevardThe man hit and killed by Adams County deputy on Federal Boulevard Thursday night has been identified as 22-year-old Zachary Castillo.
Victory Prep Charter School Acknowledges $425,000 Settlement In First Amendment CaseTwo days after CBS4 reported a Commerce City charter school was refusing to discuss how much it paid to settle a First Amendment lawsuit, Victory Preparatory Academy revealed on Friday that it paid plaintiffs in the 2018 case $425,000.
Supportive Sticky Notes Line Golden High School Hallway After Call For HelpAn outpouring of responses, to a note scrawled on the wall of the girls bathroom "Is life worth all the bull****?" have been moved into the hallway at Golden High School. The display is meant to encourage others to express support or the need for some.
Former Homeless Shelter Offers Housing Security To College StudentsA shuttered homeless shelter in Lakewood is reopening with the specific purpose to help community college students who are close to, or experiencing homelessness.
'An Amazing Light': Mya Pena's Family Plans To Create Foundation In Her HonorA mother and sister are talking about an amazing person who was taken too soon. Mya Pena was murdered last week by her boyfriend, who later took his own life.
Todd Perkins Found Guilty In 4-Plex Explosion In Denver's Baker NeighborhoodThe man accused in the explosion that destroyed homes on Santa Fe Drive between 3rd and 4th Avenues in August 2018 has been found guilty.
2 Found Dead At Rocky Mountain National ParkAuthorities are investigating the deaths of two people at Rocky Mountain National Park Thursday afternoon.
Considerable Avalanche Risk This Weekend In ColoradoThe Colorado Avalanche Information Center is issuing a warning about the risk for avalanches this weekend.
'Determined, Tenacious, Tough': Ian McBeth's Father Remembers Son From Wray, Colorado After Death In AustraliaGrowing up in a small rural community on Colorado's plains, Ian McBeth went to work as a ranch hand in neighboring Nebraska at 14 and was a standout athlete in football, wrestling and track.
No Jail Time For David Anton In Death Of Cyclist Alexis BoundsA Denver County judge has accepted the plea agreement for the dump truck driver who struck and killed Alexis Bounds while she was riding her bicycle in Denver last summer.
Missing Highlands Ranch Teen Parker Preisser Found DeadParker Preisser was last seen Thursday afternoon at Highlands Ranch High School. 
Police: Marnee Kelley-Mills Was Stabbed In The Neck Police arrested Darsean Kelley, 25, in the death of 17-year-old Marnee Kelley-Mills.
Denver Animator Takes On Challenge Of Programming The Mile High TreeThe Mile High Tree is 110-feet tall, and animates in fun and sometimes unexpected ways. Andrew Spain makes that animation happen.
CDC Investigates Possible Case Of Coronavirus At St. Anthony Hospital In LakewoodHospitals across Colorado are taking extra precautions in response to the Coronavirus outbreak in China.

CBS World News

The joyful voices of Zaza KantoIn the capital of Madagascar, an island nation where nearly 80 percent of people eke out a living on less than $2 a day, an unexpected sound emerges from the slums of the capital, Antananarivo: Zaza Kanto, an a capella group of boys, ages 11 to 16, whose joyful sounds and viral videos have elevated them to national fame. They've also earned praise from Fredo Austin, of the band Freedom's Boombox, who mentored the young men as part of an exchange program called American Music Abroad. Seth Doane reports.
Young boys' songs of joy rise from the slums of MadagascarOn the impoverished island nation, the joyful sounds and viral videos of Zaza Kanto, an a capella group of boys ages 11 to 16, have elevated the children to national fame
Hong Kong declares emergency over coronavirus and closes schoolsThe coronavirus outbreak started in central China and has left 56 people dead.
U.S. embassy evacuates American citizens from Wuhan amid Coronavirus outbreak"The U.S. embassy in China is evacuating American citizens from Wuhan, the city at the center of the Coronavirus outbreak. More than 1,300 cases have been reported in the country and at least 41 people have died. In the U.S., 63 patients have been tested in 22 states. Ramy Inocencio reports.
Turkey earthquake kills 22 people and leaves thousands injured"At least 22 people have been killed and more than one thousand were injured when a powerful earthquake rocked Turkey. The magnitude 6.7 earthquake struck Friday night in eastern Elaziğ Province. Imtiaz Tyab reports. "
Locust outbreak in Kenya is worst in 70 years"Even cows are wondering what is happening," said Ndunda Makanga, who spent hours Friday trying to chase the locusts from his farm.