At least three people are dead after a devastating storm swept through Boulder dropping more than a half-foot of rain and causing flash floods.
Emergency crews are working around the clock and the death toll could continue to rise.
Entire neighborhoods have been cut off, buildings destroyed, and roads completely washed away. The city of Boulder has declared a state of emergency and the National Guard has been called in to help.
OutFront: Ana Cabrera is in Boulder with the latest.
We're all being watched. It's a concept that's hardly shocking these days. Write an email, and shortly after an ad pops up telling you where to buy that thing you were looking for.
If you're growing weary of the web, a high school dropout from Atlanta may have the solution.
Thirty-one-year-old Chad Russell has invented a device that lets you to surf the web with zero ads. It's a controversial IDEA that's poised to disrupt the tech world in a big and fundamental way.
Dan Simon was among the first to get his hands on this new technology and he's OutFront with the story.
A Montana judge decided to keep Jordan Linn Graham in jail as she awaits trial for the murder of her husband, Cody Johnson.
Authorities say Graham pushed Johnson off a cliff at Glacier National Park eight days after they were married. According to prosecutors, Graham changed her story several times and claims the two got into a fight and he fell. She also admitted to prosecutors that she pushed him from behind and he fell face first.
OutFront: Kyung Lah has the latest.
Across the country, we're seeing a series of blows to gun control. In Chicago, gun owners will no longer have to register their firearms - putting an end to a policy that has tracked guns in the city for more than 40 years.
In Missouri, a controversial measure that would have prevented enforcement of federal gun laws nearly passed. A push to override the governor's veto fell just one vote short of approval in the state Senate.
And in Iowa, the legally blind can legally get a gun permit. State law says every Iowan has the right to carry a weapon - but what about safety?
CNN's Ted Rowlands is OutFront with the story.
OutFront Update: Geoffrey Portway was sentenced Tuesday to more than 26 years in prison followed by a lifetime of supervised release, according to court documents from the United States district attorney's office.
Forty-year-old Geoffrey Portway was already being watched by the authorities for sharing child pornography in a series of online chatrooms.
But when police finally raided Portway's home last year, they discovered a plan more horrifying than they possibly could have imagined.
Deborah Feyerick is OutFront and we must warn you - what you're about to see could be disturbing.