“I feel for the family,” the police chief said. “This is an unusual, tragic death.”
Some central Iowa schools are opting for a delayed start as conditions are expected to clear up by noon.
Police in Lakeville, Indiana, say Jeff Pelley, 17, killed his family to make his 1989 prom night perfect.
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The overhead view is of… Phish on a beach?
If the German giantâ€™s share-price rating caught up with its cheapest peers, thatÂ would be worth tens of billions more than the mooted settlement cost.
A look back at what we’ve been covering on “CBS This Morning.”
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Marijuana shops in Alaska will be among the first nationally where onsite use would be permitted. Alaska’s legal marijuana industry hit the milestone Thursday as regulators approved the first retail stores in the state that will be allowed to have customers smoke or consume marijuana products […]
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The company that controls the dot-org online universe is putting the registry of domain names up for sale, and the nonprofits that often use the suffix in their websites are raising concerns about the move. Nonprofit organizations and some tech activists plan to protest Friday outside […]
U.S. stock futures were pointing to higher open after the Dow fell modestly, the S&P 500 rose slightly and the Nasdaq logged another record high.
Another theory as to why the fire started was a power bank charger may have overheated
One person was killed Thursday afternoon in a crash on Ohio 73 near Waynesville.
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — Hundreds of people have shown their support for an armless street artist whose artwork, supplies and donation box were stolen near the University of Georgia. More than $34,000 had been raised online as of Friday morning for Michael Davenport, who is known in Athens for sketching […]
Papyrus, a mall staple that’s best known for selling stationary and upscale greeting cards, is going out of business.
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) — A police officer in Virginia has died after being dragged by a vehicle trying to escape a traffic stop, police said. The Newport News police officer had stopped a car Thursday just before 7 p.m. near Monitor-Merrimac Overlook Park before getting out to speak with […]
ELIZABETH, N.J. (AP) — An Afghan-born U.S. citizen already serving a life prison term for a bombing in New York City faces sentencing Friday for multiple counts of attempted murder and assault stemming from a shootout with police in New Jersey in 2016. Ahmad Khan Rahimi is scheduled to appear […]
Hundreds of cases of a new viral respiratory illness have been confirmed in China and elsewhere since an outbreak began last month in the Chinese city of Wuhan. Scientists have identified the illness as a new kind of coronavirus. Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses, some of which cause […]
The deadly coronavirus has now sickened more than 800 people, and new possible cases are popping up in the U.S.
For years they dedicated their lives to protecting the vital NHS facility
US border officers working at Canadian border crossings were directed to stop travelers of Iranian descent for questioning following the killing of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani, an unnamed Customs and Border Patrol officer alleged in an email to an immigration attorney.
In this episode of the On The Rox podcast, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Patrick Saunders break down the significance of Larry Walker’s election to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Walker was voted in this year, his final year on the ballot, to become the first Rockies player […]
Where art thou, Denver snow? There’s only about a week left in what’s typically Denver’s coldest month of the year, yet the Mile High City hasn’t recorded any measurable snowfall so far this month, an increasingly strange anomaly. Through Wednesday, Denver had only recorded a trace of snowfall so far […]
A Denver Post reporter seeking information from the El Paso County sheriff this week was told she needed to submit a form â€¦ signed by a notary. Itâ€™s just the latest example of government pushback on Colorado journalistsâ€™ attempts to get public information so we can share it with you, […]
Three gray whales have died on their recent southbound journey along the West Coast, prompting fears of another year of strandings and questions about what is imperiling the creatures.
The Puppy Bowl leading up the the main event of Super Bowl LIV is a fan favorite, and this year is no different. One thing has changed though, as Colorado has a local contestant in the mix this season with an 8-month-old pup named Aspen taking the field. Aspen is […]
American Herald Tribune bills itself as a “genuinely independent online media outlet.” Set up in 2015, it publishes in English and pays Americans to write articles. But multiple investigations by American tech companies, details of which have not previously been reported, point to the site originating in Iran.
Families, school field trips and play groups sat on the edges of their seats to watch as athletes hung onto harshly bucking horses for dear life at the National Western Stock Show on Thursday morning. Yes, you read that right. Morning. “There’s something we don’t say at rodeos,” said rodeo […]
Elections officials are mailing cards to millions of California’s unaffiliated voters saying they can’t vote in the Republican presidential party. It’s true, and that’s exactly how GOP officials want things.
At the VA campus in West L.A., two veterans took this year’s annual homeless count very seriously. One credits the VA with saving his life.
Denver Post sports writer Mike Chambers responds to questions in the Avs Mailbag every other week during the regular season.Â Pose an Avalanche- or NHL-related question for the Avs Mailbag. Mike, explain to me how the Avs only got one player in the All-Star Game this year. They’re the No. […]
Gov. Gavin Newsom has pilloried the utility, whose plan to emerge from bankruptcy needs approval by the California Public Utilities Commission, where Newsom has substantial influence.
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration on Thursday ended federal protection for many of the nationâ€™s millions of miles of streams, arroyos and wetlands, a sweeping environmental rollback that could leave the waterways more vulnerable to pollution from development, industry and farms. The policy change, signed by heads of the Environmental […]
A list of properties in the District that you can visit Saturday and Sunday.
Gutted to the studs, with holes in the roof above, a collapsed basement below and squatter trash strewn all over, the house at 1120 E St. seemed slightly familiar to Shawn Ryba.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) – A deal has been struck that could avert a strike by unionized nurses at MercyOne Siouxland Medical Center in Sioux City. Nurses represented by the United Food & Commercial Workers Local 222 voted earlier this month to authorize a walkout. â€œWe are pleased that …
From ovens to refrigerators, automobiles to surgeonâ€™s tools, more and more items are connected wirelessly to the internet. As use of such devices soars, so does the demand for airwaves to carry all that data. The need for more space — more spectrum — to carry mobile signals is causing […]
The highest-ranking drug company executive convicted in the opioid crisis is headed to prison, but the sentence is not harsh enough for some who say he got away with murder. A judge sentenced Insys Therapeutics founder John Kapoor to five and a half years for his role in bribing doctors […]
Senators are soon going to start seeing Adam Schiff in their sleep. The lead House impeachment manager is pressuring the handful of GOP jurors who are considering a vote to call witness and delay the acquittal that President Donald Trump craves from his impeachment trial.
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The city, stepping into a debate over privacy, says it will use the technology â€œto tackle serious crime.â€�
LONDON (AP) – London police say they will start using live facial recognition cameras in operational deployments, in a major advance for the controversial technology. The Metropolitan Police Service said Friday it will use the cameras to automatically scan the faces of people passing through small targeted areas where …
Chicago police investigate the scene where a man was shot and killed, Jan. 23, 2020, at a Walgreens in the first block of East 75th Street. | Sam Kelly/Sun-Times Kendredge Dillard, 27, was struck in the head and pronounced dead at the scene, authorities said. A man was fatally shot […]
Chief Justice of India S A Bobde on Friday made a case for speedy resolution of tax disputes saying it will act as an incentive for taxpayers and free the funds locked in litigation. The Chief Justice said tax judiciary plays a very important role in resource mobilisation of the […]
So, the Prime Minister ordered gourmet donuts–is that so wrong?, asks Michael Bociurkiw. Apparently it is for Canadians piling on to the beleaguered leader, whose Tweeted picture of his take-out order is the latest in a series of missteps that have dogged him.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been reunited. Prince Harry and Meghan began their new lives in Canada by firing a warning shot at the paparazzi for taking photographs without their consent. BBC News royal correspondent Sarah Campbell joined CBSN with more.
Senator Bernie Sanders is facing criticism from former opponent Hillary Clinton and current opponent Joe Biden ahead of the Iowa caucuses. CBS News political correspondent Ed O’Keefe joined “CBSN AM” from Des Moines, Iowa, to discuss.
Police search for suspects after a mosque room in Beit Safafa area was ‘ignited’, and Hebrew graffiti sprayed outside.
A list of properties in Maryland that you can visit Saturday and Sunday.
Anthony Duclair, after years of bouncing around the league, has become the star in Ottawa he was long expected to be. | AP Photos Duclairâ€™s breakout this season has put the spotlight on the Hawksâ€™ decision to let him walk as a free agent in 2018, but the situations are […]
Hundreds of thousands of protesters are marching through Baghdad Friday calling for US troops to leave Iraq, heeding the call of powerful Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr who called for a ‘Million Man March.’