Colorado Weather: Attention Turns To Widespread Freeze Saturday Night As Storm Departs

DENVER (CBS4) – A potent and unusually cold late May snowstorm will leave Colorado today after dropping more than a foot of snow on the higher elevations to the west and south of Denver. Some parts of Summit County, Jefferson County and Douglas County reported 15 to 20 inches of snow! A fair amount of … Read more

Yankees Notebook: Pitching prospect Luis Gil to have Tommy John surgery next week

Pitching prospect Luis Gil is headed for Tommy John surgery, Yankees manager Aaron Boone confirmed Saturday. The right-hander left his start with Triple-A Scranton on Wednesday night with what Boone said was a significant elbow injury. Boone said he believes Dr. Christopher Ahmad, the Yankees’ team doctor, will perform the procedure on Tuesday. Gil made … Read more

Xcel crews work to restore power to thousands after heavy snow

DENVER (KDVR) — As the snow begins to taper off on Saturday, thousands are still left without power as a late May snowstorm brought heavy and wet snow to the state. According to Xcel Energy, as of 10:15 a.m. on Saturday, there are 1,506 power outages across the state with 113,000 people impacted. The southern … Read more

Conde Nast apologizes to Vogue pub owner for threatening lawsuit

The manager of an historic pub in southern England received a framed letter of apology from Conde Nast this week, after lawyers at the publishing giant threatened to sue him over the name of his bar — the Star Inn at Vogue. When lawyers sent pub manager Mark Graham a cease and desist letter, complaining … Read more

Biden Moves to Reassure South Korea of Help in Countering Nuclear-Armed North

Before their joint news conference on Saturday, the two delegations met for several hours — Mr. Yoon’s staff members were overheard discussing with Biden aides, including his national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, the history of Korean-U.S. relations and of previous meetings with other allies in the region, among them the Japanese delegation that Mr. Biden … Read more

Turkey NATO block may be related to military equipment demands: reports

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Turkey may hold out for military equipment concessions from NATO in exchange for its vote to support Finland and Sweden’s ascension to the alliance, according to experts.  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has spoken over the past week of his country’s concerns regarding a “terrorist” Kurdish presence … Read more

Australia’s election: Climate fears help end conservatives’ nine-year run

Australia’s high-stakes election Saturday saw voters ending nine years of conservative rule in favor of an opposition Labor Party that promised to take stronger action on climate change. Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese is poised to take over the nation’s government after early election results showed him defeating Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s conservative coalition. Albanese … Read more

Spring storm dumps more than a foot of snow in parts, knocks out power to thousands in Denver area

DENVER — A spring snowstorm dumped more than a foot of snow in some parts of Colorado and knocked out power to thousands in the Denver area. More than 66,000 customers are without power in the Denver metro area as of Saturday morning, according to a spokesperson for Xcel Energy. The western and southern areas … Read more