Areas of light snow will continue on and off across PARTS of Southern Colorado this afternoon and evening, gradually winding down this evening. Additional amounts should be light, but will cause some slick spots where the snow occurs The biggest concern will be the very cold conditions we see tonight into Thursday morning. Temperatures will drop to the single digits to below zero. Head over to the "Weather' tab for a full look at the forecast.
(Denver-AP) -- Federal airport security officials in Denver say they may have identified the woman responsible for causing a security breach at Denver International Airport that stranded more than 15,000 travelers for more than two hours.
Patrick Ahlstrom of the Transportation Security Administration says the agency got a tip and have two driver's license photos of a woman who resembles the images captured by a camera August 26th.
Ahlstrom says officials plan to meet with the woman even if she was not a scheduled passenger. The suspect had lifted a nylon tape at a screening gate, gathered her luggage and left.
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