Two people injured during a shooting today at Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colo. The Arapahoe County sheriff says the gunman is dead-- from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. One student has serious gunshot wounds-- the other person has minor injuries. The weapon used in the shooting has been recovered. The sheriff said the shooter was going to confront a teacher.
An investigation reveals an American missing in Iran was working for the CIA when he was first taken hostage in March 2007. The U.S. had publicly stated that Robert Levinson was on a business trip to Kish Island, Iran. But a report by the Associated Press says he was actually on an unapproved mission. Levinson is currently considered the longest-held hostage in American history, and there is no information about his location or health.
Winter weather affecting travel this weekend from Missouri to Maine. Totals will vary but a chunk of New England could wind up knee-deep in snow. And that could cause slick road conditions and lead to delays in air travel. This is the third round of wintry weather for the Midwest and Northeast this month.
People all over the country hoping they'll wake up tomorrow as multimillionaires. The $425 million Mega Millions jackpot drawing is tonight. And many folks are rushing out to get their lottery tickets in hopes of beating the odds. A couple of us in our newsroom hope to strike it big, too. We'll see what happens.
Beyonce surprising fans with a self-titled album on iTunes at midnight. It's the pop diva's fifth solo studio album. She said the iTunes release allows her to deliver music and visual content directly to her fans when she wants to and how she wants to, with no filter. It's also Beyonce's first visual album -- the 14 songs on it are accompanied by 17 videos she shot around the world.