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'Police Activity' Fully Closes I-70 At Eisenhower TunnelsInterstate 70 was closed Saturday afternoon for "police activity" near the Eisenhower-Johnson Tunnels.
All-Terrain Wheelchairs Roll Out At Staunton State Park Next MonthStarting in June, a handful of all-terrain wheelchairs will be made available to disabled "hikers" at Staunton State Park. 
Man Killed In Lakewood Hit-And-RunLakewood police want to find the driver who they say hit and killed a pedestrian overnight. Officers responded to West Colfax Avenue and Oak Street.
1 Person Dies, 3 Others Hurt In Single-Vehicle Crash In DenverDenver police say one person died in an early morning crash on Saturday.
Denver Weather: Busy Days Ahead With Everything From T-Storms To Rain And SnowWe have a busy Mother's Day Weekend on our hands with a big trough of low pressure crawling through the region.
'Everything Is Very Very Fake'; State Issues Cease And Desist Order To Man Posing As Colorado DoctorThe Colorado Medical Board has ordered a man to stop using a fake Colorado medical license which he has apparently been using in other countries to secure jobs as a medical lecturer and professor.
Park Hill Residents File Lawsuit Against Safe Outdoor Space For Homeless In Church Parking LotFive Park Hill residents have filed a lawsuit against a safe outdoor space for Denver's homeless at Park Hill United Methodist Church.
Busy Friday Night In Downtown Denver Could Signal Trend Toward Post-Pandemic LifeAs people begin to venture out of their homes and more events are planned, businesses are gearing up for what could be a busy summer season post-pandemic.
Colorado's Comeback: Moviegoers Return To Regal Theatres Amid COVID Safety ProtocolsOn Friday, one of Colorado’s largest movie theater chains reopened four major locations as moviegoers rejoiced at a chance to leave their homes and creep closer to normal life before the pandemic.
Proposed Bill Aims To Protect Owners Of Towed VehiclesA bill making its way through the Colorado House aims to protect the rights of car owners who’ve been towed.
Thousands Participate In Volleyball Tournament, The First Major Event At The Colorado Convention Center In More Than 1 YearThousands of volleyball players along with their coaches and family members participated in the first day of the Colorado Crossroads tournament Friday, the first major event at the convention center more than a year into the pandemic.
Rollover Crash Causes Delays On Northbound I-225 At E. 6th Ave. In AuroraThe Aurora Police Department is investigating a rollover crash on Interstate 225 and East 6th Avenue.
Denver Weather: Caution If Planting, Late Season Cold And Snow Possible By TuesdayPay close attention to the forecast this weekend because a cold, wet storm is headed our way.
Denver Parks & Recreation Restores Century-Old Sullivan Gateway At City ParkDenver Parks and Recreation completed the restoration and repair of Sullivan Gateway at City Park.
'I Feel Great Sadness': Suzanne Morphew's Sister Talks About Forgiveness, Justice After Barry Morphew's Murder ArrestThe sister of Suzanne Morphew says while she doesn’t know anything specific regarding the circumstances of Suzanne’s disappearance, she believes financial issues caused stress in the relationship between her sister and her sister's husband, Barry Morphew.
Community Pitches In To Cleanup After East Troublesome FireThe Grand County community is coming together to continue cleaning up after last year's East Troublesome Fire.
Colorado Lawmakers Consider New Office On Gun ViolenceA Democrat-backed bill to create a state Office of Gun Violence Prevention got its first hearing before a Colorado legislative committee Friday, with backers arguing it could educate residents about gun safety and existing laws on firearms while collecting data about gun violence in the state.
CPW Rehabilitates Emaciated Bear & Releases It Back Into The WildColorado Parks and Wildlife released a bear back into the wild after she was found extremely emaciated in January.
Denver Arts Festival Set To Return In SeptemberThe Denver Arts Festival is returning again this year but you'll have to wait a little longer. The festival is set for September.
Jury To Resume Deliberations Monday In Noe Gamez-Ruiz Trial For Death Of Cody DonahueA jury in Douglas County deliberated nearly 5 hours Friday but went home without reaching a verdict in the trial involving the death of a Colorado state trooper.
Family Time: Young Siamang Hangs Out With Mom & Dad At Cheyenne Mountain ZooThe Cheyenne Mountain Zoo shared video of one of their animal families spending quality time together.
Community Invited To Provide Feedback On 3 Finalists For DPS SuperintendentThe Denver Public Schools Board of Education announced three finalists for superintendent on Friday.
Gov. Jared Polis, Sen. Michael Bennet, Rep. Joe Neguse Join Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack On Tour Of Cameron Peak Fire Burn AreaGov. Jared Polis, Sen. Michael Bennet and Rep. Joe Neguse toured the Cameron Peak Fire burn area on Friday with Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. Work to restore the area from the fire damage is underway.
Denver Native Wants To Diversify The Cannabis IndustryOne Denver businesswoman quickly realized there are many barriers preventing Black and brown people from cashing in on legal marijuana. For one, economic disparity means entrepreneurs of color can’t afford the licensing and certification required to open a marijuana business.
Colorado Lawmakers Debate Government Immunity Caps For Institutions That Protect Child RapistsFor the first time, survivors of child sexual assault in Colorado may be able sue institutions -- like the Catholic church and Boy Scouts -- that have protected their perpetrators.
Boulder Traffic Alert: Southbound 63rd Street To Close Next Week For Water Main RepairCrews in Boulder will close southbound 63rd Street between Gunbarrel Avenue and Twin Lakes Road next week for emergency water main repairs.
Investigators Find Explosive Material Inside Backpack Abandoned At Fort Collins Storage FacilityEmployees at a storage facility on Boardwalk Drive found the backpack while clearing out abandoned items inside a unit that was no longer being rented. 
DPS Alumni Championing Financial Literacy In High SchoolA new personal finance and economics class at West Early College could become a model for the district.
City Of Aspen: Time To Take The Christmas Lights Down, Or ElseCity officials in Aspen are giving out violation notices to the holiday light fanatics.
Dad Calls Colorado Baby Born With Rare Birth Defect 'A Little Rock Star'A baby born with some of her organs protruding from her body is now home with her parents in Frederick.

CBS National News

How will corporate tax cuts in GOP bill make U.S. more competitive?EY CEO and global chairman Mark Weinberger, who served as assistant Treasury secretary on tax policy under President George W. Bush and on the Social Security Advisory Board under President Bill Clinton, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the Republican tax reform bill, how slashing corporate tax rates will increase investment in the U.S., and why it's hard to know whether those savings will translate to increased wages for workers.
Air Force Academy chief responds to CBS News sexual assault reportA six-month CBS News investigation into sexual assault allegations at the U.S. Air Force Academy revealed more than a dozen claims from current and former cadets who said they faced retaliation for reporting assaults. A former top official on sexual assault says she believes the academy undercounts sexual assault cases. The Air Force Academy's new superintendent, Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria, joins "CBS This Morning" to respond to the investigation. Silveria says he's "disgusted" by the sexual assault reports, but he also says "I don't think there problems" with sexual assault at the academy and how it handles the cases.
Boy speaks out on viral bullying video, mom addresses backlashKeaton Jones, a Tennessee middle schooler, is speaking out after an emotional Facebook video about being bullied. In the widely-shared video, he describes how fellow students poured milk on him and stuffed food in his clothes. Now, his mother is addressing backlash on social media over some other posts which show her and her son with Confederate flags. Mark Strassmann reports.
Cyberattack prompts major pipeline operator to halt operationsThe Colonial Pipeline Company said the attack involves ransomware.
Former Air Force Academy official alleges sexual assault cover-upsIn a six-month investigation, CBS News looked into the way sexual assault cases were handled by the United States Air Force Academy. We spoke to more than a dozen current and former cadets. In Part II our investigation, the academy's former top official on sexual assault reveals troubling information about the way she says cases are handled. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Actress joins list of Mario Batali's accusersCelebrity chef Mario Batali is out of the kitchen and off the air. Five women have now claimed he sexually harassed them. On Monday Eater published the accounts of four women who accuse Batali of groping. Bianna Golodryga reports.

CBS World News

Macron says he told Trump Jerusalem decision would be "a mistake"French President Emmanuel Macron is hosting the One Planet Summit in Paris today. In his first and only American network TV interview, Macron talked to "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor about his relationship with President Trump, Jerusalem and climate change.
Macron "not ready" to renegotiate Paris AgreementMore than 50 world leaders are gathering today in Paris for the One Planet Summit hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron. In his first and only U.S. network TV interview, Macron spoke to "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor about his differences with President Trump.
12/11: CBS Evening News5 injured in pipe bomb explosion in NYC subway tunnel; delivering joy on the court
Macron: "Mistake" for U.S. to withdraw from Paris climate accordCBS News had an extended conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron Monday on a number of issues including terrorism, the future of Jerusalem, and more. We began with the One Planet Summit, which was organized by Macron to focus on climate change following President Trump’s decision to pull the U.S. out of the Paris accord.
Mummy and other artifacts uncovered in Egyptian tombsThe discovery of two ancient tombs in the southern Egyptian city of Luxor is spurring new hope for the country's troubled tourism industry. The tombs, which date back thousands of years, contain a trove of priceless artifacts. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Jeff Glor previews interview with French President Emmanuel MacronIsrael is stepping up security after the stabbing of a security guard at a Jerusalem bus station. Protests continued around the world in the wake of President Trump recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Amid the violence, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in France to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron. Afterwards, Macron once again criticized the U.S. decision on Jerusalem. "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor joins "CBS This Morning" from Paris, where he will be interviewing Macron. Watch the interview Monday night on "CBS Evening News."