Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser

KMGH: Colorado Authorities Are Cracking Down On Fake Vaccine Cards

A University of Denver law professor says he thinks the fake vaccine cards could be considered first degree forgery.

Sci/Health

1:54A student raises his hand in class on the first day of school in Miami.
Lynne Sladky / AP

Judge Allows Florida Schools To Mandate Masks; State To Appeal

1:42Flooding causes road issues.
WTVF

WTVF: Why Middle America Will Continue To See Wild Weather

The craft carrying Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson and other crew members
Andres Leighton / AP

FAA Bans Virgin Galactic Launches While Investigating Branson Trip

1:46Child writes on masks
KSHB

KSHB: Third Grader Writes Jokes On Masks To Spread Joy At School

A woman holds a sign with a picture of her son and wears a sign of others' loved ones lost to OxyContin and other opioids.
Jessica Hill / AP

Deal With OxyContin Maker Leaves Families Angry, Conflicted

1:17Woman works at a ticket counter.
KGTV

KGTV: Should Americans Skip Labor Day Travel?

0:25Rescue crew boats down a flooded street after Hurricane Ida in Lafitte, Louisiana.
John Locher / AP

Damage From Hurricane Ida Estimated To Cost $18 Billion

1:46Dr. Shannon Fox
WPTV

WPTV: Florida Pediatrician Petitions For Masks And Vaccinations

1:45Person fills a syringe
WFTS

WFTS: Expert Explains What COVID Mutations Could Mean For The Future

1:11Pedestrians take cover from the rain near Columbus Circle in New York.
Craig Ruttle / AP

Death Toll Rises After Ida's Remnants Hit Northeast

1:35Person fills a syringe
WXYZ

WXYZ: Michigan Hospitals Brace For A Fall COVID Surge

A hiring sign is displayed outside a retail store in Buffalo Grove, Ill.
Nam Y. Huh / AP

U.S. Jobless Claims Reach A Pandemic Low As Hiring Strengthens

1:53Nursing student Sonia Torres shared she wants to work in the ER to help COVID patients.
KNXV

How The Pandemic Has Shifted Priorities For Nurses

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Jean Wesly Alcin

Humanitarian Relief Underway In Haiti After Earthquake

Pill bottles at a protest against Oxycontin, Purdue Pharma and the Sackler family.
Jessica Hill / AP

Judge Conditionally Approves Purdue Pharma Opioid Settlement

3:59Man looks at a computer
WFTS

WFTS: Podcast Supports People Recovering From Addiction

1:53Person fills a syringe
WFTS

WFTS: What To Expect As College Students Go Back To Campus

0:42Caldor Fire burns at the Sierra-at-Tahoe ski resort in Eldorado National Forest, California.
Noah Berger / AP

Crews Battle Tough Conditions As California Wildfire Nears Lake Tahoe

0:23A woman throws away rubbish in the center of Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler, Germany, after heavy rainfall in 2019.
Bram Janssen / AP

UN: Weather Disasters Soar In Numbers, Cost, But Deaths Fall

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WFTS

WFTS: Pediatric COVID Cases Keep Climbing In Florida

2:10A child wearing a mask
WFTS

Florida Withholds Funding Over School Mask Rules

1:02A power company employee works on a line Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2021, in Houma, La., in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida.
David J. Phillip / AP

After Hurricane Ida, New Orleans Could Be In The Dark For Weeks

1:54High waves on Lake Pontchartrain as Hurricane Ida nears, Sunday, Aug. 29, 2021.
Gerald Herbert / AP

Officials Say New Orleans' Levees Weathered Hurricane Ida

A man wears a pest doctor mask in St. Mark's Square in Venice, Italy.
Luca Bruno / AP

No Stranger To Plagues, Venice Opens Film Fest With Caution

2:01Nursing students.
KNXV

KNXV: Why Some Nursing Students Feel Encouraged By The Pandemic

0:26Naomi Osaka, of Japan, speaks to the crowd
Elise Amendola / AP

Naomi Osaka Wins U.S. Open Return

2:10Man looks at a horse.
KMGH

KMGH: Horses Help Heal Colorado Veterans Battling PTSD

Two firefighters monitor the Caldor Fire burning near homes in South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
Jae C. Hong / AP

California Fire Approaches Lake Tahoe After Mass Evacuation

0:36Homes are flooded in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida,
David J. Phillip / AP

Thousands Face Weeks Without Power in Ida's Aftermath

3:55Monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19
Joe Cavaretta / AP

Survey Indicates Black Patients Aren't Offered Antibody COVID Therapy