Denver And Colorado News

Denver Pays $500,000 Controversial & 'Detrimental' SettlementThe City of Denver is paying half of a million dollars of taxpayer money to a couple.
Renovated Historic Tammen Hall Is 'An Ideal Location' For SeniorsThe historic Tammen Hall has reopened as an apartment building for low income seniors in the heart of Denver.
UK Red Arrows Perform Flypast Over BroomfieldThe United Kingdom Royal Air Force Red Arrows performed a flypast Tuesday over Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport.
2 Days After CBS4 Story, Oscar Gets Dire Medical Treatment: 'Overwhelming Sense Of Joy'A Lakewood woman picked up her dog from surgery Tuesday after the community raised money to make his treatment possible.
Colorado's Sarah Thomas Swims The English Channel 4x, Sets RecordSarah Thomas became the first person to swim across the English Channel four times in a row, nonstop.
Denver Zoo's Endangered Gorilla Troop Moves to FloridaA family of gorillas recently moved from the Denver Zoo to the Jacksonville Zoo to help protect the critically endangered species.
'A Smile Is Important': Thornton High School Launches Dental Service For StudentsStudents at Thornton High School now have access to crucial dental care within the hallways of their own school.
'It's Very Touching': Denver Is One Of Two Finalists For Museum Of ValorDenver could one day be home to a new national treasure.
‘There’s A Lot Of History’: Artistic ‘Plaques’ Denote Chicano/Latino History Of Denver NeighborhoodDoors Open Denver is a celebration of the city’s architecture and design. This year, a theme is building community.
Brighton Firefighters Rush To Vehicle FireA vehicle refueling fork lifts caught fire in Brighton on Tuesday.
Vehicle Crashes Through Garage In DenverPolice in Denver are investigating a crash that left a vehicle halfway through a garage wall. The crash happened on Tuesday afternoon near Jewell and S. Cherry Street.
2 Men Found Dead At Olinger Mount Lindo CemeteryDeputies are investigating two bodies found near the Olinger Mount Lindo Cemetery in Jefferson County.

CBS World News

Inside a prison full of alleged ISIS fightersAbout 5,000 men and boys accused of fighting for ISIS, including some claiming to be Americans, are crammed into a high-security prison in northeast Syria
Houston prepares for heavy rain from ImeldaImelda made landfall near Freeport, Texas, on Tuesday afternoon as a tropical storm, but has since been downgraded
Pompeo travels to Saudi Arabia after oil facility attackSecretary of State Mike Pompeo is expected to meet with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in a diplomatic show of support. It comes after an attack on Saudi oil facilities. Ian Lee reports from Riyadh.
Lewandowski questioned about Mueller report at impeachment hearingThere were fireworks as the House Judiciary Committee held its first hearings in its impeachment investigation. The president's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was grilled about an incident that Robert Mueller described as potential obstruction of justice by the president. Nancy Cordes reports.
U.S. weighing response to Saudi oil attackNew details are emerging about an attack on Saudi oil facilities over the weekend. The weapons were launched from Iran and the U.S. is weighing its options on how to respond. David Martin reports.
American cancer survivor swims across English ChannelAn American woman swam across the English Channel four times in a row, setting a new world record. What makes the accomplishment all the more remarkable is that Sarah Thomas, 37, is a breast cancer survivor who completed her treatment a year ago.