In natural disasters, people turn to social media to find out about conditions on the ground and to call for help. A Colorado company trains first responders to take advantage of that, aiding in the wake of hurricanes in the southeastern U.S. Then, a Colorado photographer who has vitiligo, which turns her brown skin white. She gets tattoos to track the changes on her body, and takes pictures of other people with the condition. And, NASA's Cassini spacecraft has revolutionized scientists' understanding of Saturn, and this week it will burn up in the planet's atmosphere. Also, a 155-year football rivalry in Pueblo.
- The Skin Disorder Vitiligo Is Changing Jasmine Colgan, And Those She Photographs
- After Wowing Us For 13 Years, Cassini Plans A Dramatic Final Plunge Into Saturn
- Today's Hurricane's Are "Social Media Storms": Here's How Emergency Responders Handle That
- Pueblo's Bell Game: The Zenith Of A High School Football Rivalry That's Lasted 125 Years