News on the go: Sept. 16, 2013

Carrie Blazina

At least four people have died in flooding in Colorado as of Sunday, and two people are presumed dead after their homes were swept away. Hundreds more people have not been heard from, but phone service is just being restored to many places. Many people remained cut off by the flooding, but as officials broke through to some towns, they said basic supplies such as running water, gasoline and electricity would not return for weeks and urged people not to stay behind. Read more here.

LeBron James and his long-time girlfriend, Savannah Brinson, were married Saturday night. Guests who spoke to the AP said the wedding was first-class, private and posh. The couple has not released any information confirming the ceremony, and it was unclear why the NBA star, who still considers his hometown of Akron as his base and has lived in Miami for three years, got married at a San Diego resort.

A mobile-home fire killed a man and five children in Tiffin, Ohio on Sunday. Firefighters got all six people in the home out in about 12 minutes once the blaze was reported at about 8 a.m., but all of them were pronounced dead at a hospital, the Tiffin fire chief said. The mother who lived in the house was at work at the time of the fire. A state fire marshal’s investigator said the fire was not suspicious and did not yet have a cause for the fire. Read more here.