Hurricane Florence Barrels Toward East CoastFlorence is forecast to be "an extremely dangerous major hurricane when it nears the U.S. coast late Thursday and Friday," the National Hurricane Center said.
Trump Administration Redirected Nearly $10M Of FEMA Funds To ICE, Documents ShowMore than $4 million of the funds from FEMA are listed as "response and recovery" or "preparedness and protection" in the request.
Heads Up: Government Wireless Alerts Don't Warn About Severe T-StormsIf you don't have the free CBS Denver Weather app on your phone, you'll want to download it after reading this story.
White House To Seek $29 Billion Disaster Aid PackageThe Trump administration is finalizing a $29 billion disaster aid package that combines $16 billion to shore up the government-backed flood insurance program with almost $13 billion for hurricane victims, according to a senior administration official and congressional aides.
Feds Send Aid To Puerto Rico Amid Growing Requests For HelpFederal agencies are ramping up their response to the humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico.
FEMA Estimates 25 Percent Of Florida Keys Homes Are GoneResidents of some of the islands closest to Florida's mainland were allowed to return and get their first look at the devastation.
Grant Will Buy Out 27 Homes Destroyed In LandslidePeople whose homes were destroyed by a landslide will get some help.
Questions Surround Federal Probe Into Lyons Flood FundingResidents in Lyons say they feel like they've been left in the dark after learning about a federal investigation into flood recovery funds.
Families Impacted By Landslides Meet With Colorado Springs OfficialsHelp could possibly be on the way for families impacted by landslides on the west side of Colorado Springs last year.
Permanent Fix To Iliff's Water Woes Won't Come Until Next YearA small town that went without water for 22 days earlier this year may not get a permanent solution to the water problems until next year.
Erin Brockovich Accuses Feds Of Lying About Mine Waste SpillEnvironmental activist Erin Brockovich, made famous from the Oscar-winning movie bearing her name, on Tuesday accused the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency of lying about how much toxic wastewater spilled from a Colorado mine.