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.


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: 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: 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: 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: Florida Pediatrician Petitions For Masks And Vaccinations

1:45Person fills a syringe

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: 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.

How The Pandemic Has Shifted Priorities For Nurses

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: Podcast Supports People Recovering From Addiction

1:53Person fills a syringe

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


WFTS: Pediatric COVID Cases Keep Climbing In Florida

2:10A child wearing a mask

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: 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: 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