Denver And Colorado News

RiNo Restaurant Represents Colorado On 'Hot 10' ListThe casual café, Call, in the River North Arts District made Bon Appetit magazine’s “Hot 10” list for 2018.
Bakery Shop Sues Colorado, Hickenlooper Over Discrimination AllegationAttention was buzzing around Jack Phillips’ bakery again on Wednesday after he sued the state over another discrimination allegation.
'Thought It Was An Earthquake': Families Starting Over After ExplosionOne day after a massive explosion rocked Denver’s Baker neighborhood a handful of residents were allowed back to the scene to collect belongings. 
Hundreds Of Homes Evacuated North Of Kremmling Due To WildfireAs many as 200 homes were evacuated Wednesday afternoon because of a wildfire burning north of Kremmling.
FBI, CBI Join Search For Missing Pregnant Mom, 2 DaughtersThe FBI and CBI have joined the search for a woman who is pregnant and her two young daughters after they disappeared.
Registered Sex Offender Arrested In Kidnapping CaseA registered sex offender remains in custody for allegedly shoving a female into a vehicle in Lone Tree early Tuesday morning.
11-Year-Old Girl Helps Low-Income Kids Go Back-to-SchoolAn 11-year-old girl from Denver and a nonprofit organization are coming together to help at-risk children. 
Increased Testing On G Line Garnering Lots Of QuestionsNeighbors in Wheat Ridge and Arvada are noticing increased testing of the new G Line. RTD employees say they've been getting a lot of questions about the new trains and their loud horns.
More Affordable Housing Coming To Summit CountyVail Resorts and Summit County are working together to build more affordable housing in Colorado's mountain communities.
Voters To Decide If Boulder Can Keep Extra Revenue From Sugary Drink TaxThe sugary drink tax in Boulder is bringing much more money than expected. In the first year, tax revenue is projected to be more than $5 million.
1, 2, 3... Rangers Count Moose At Rocky Mountain National ParkFor the first time, rangers at Rocky Mountain National Park are putting GPS collars on some of the moose to get a better idea of how many live there.
Wildlife Officers Searching For Mountain Lions Roaming BoulderBoulder police say they are looking for at least one mountain lion which killed a cat inside a home. The home is on Marine Street.

CBS National News

8/15: CBS Evening NewsSecurity clearance revoked for former CIA Director John Brennan; Parkland students battle nerves on first day of school
Chemical linked to cancer found in breakfast foodsA chemical that could cause cancer was found in popular breakfast foods such as Quaker Oats and Cheerios. Glypohsate is also found in Monsanto's weed-killing products. Rene Ebersole has been reporting on the Monsanto trials for The Nation in a partnership with the Food and Environmental reporting network. She joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero with the latest.
Parkland students battle nerves on first day of schoolToday marked the first day of school at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. It's just six months after 17 students and staff members were killed in a rampage. As CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz reports, some students still don't feel safe.
Turkey's economy plummets amid U.S. sanctionsThe Turkish lira has been falling in value for months, but last week it plummeted because of a dispute over an American pastor being detained in the country. The U.S. hit Turkey with sanctions and a doubling of tariffs on steel and aluminum. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams reports.
Synthetic marijuana causes mass overdose in ConnecticutNearly 50 people in New Haven, Connecticut, have been treated after taking synthetic marijuana. The drug can be 100 times more powerful than pot. CBS News correspondent Tony Dokoupil reports.
Critics rip Trump for revoking John Brennan's security clearanceBrennan himself said the president's move is a "part of a broader effort by Mr. Trump to suppress freedom of speech & punish critics"