5 Things To Know This Morning

Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.

1. University of Colorado Officials Confirm Suspicious Package

Officials from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus confirmed Wednesday night that a suspicious package reportedly containing a notebook from Holmes highlighting the movie theater discovered at the school was delivered there on Monday and turned over to authorities within hours. Officials from the school say that a report from an anonymous Fox New source saying the package was delivered July 12 was inaccurate.

2. Katherine Jackson 'Devastated' Over Loss of Grandkids

Speaking exclusively to ABC News, Katherine Jackson said she is "devastated" that her son Michael's children have been taken away from her while she was vacationing in Arizona and that she was returning to Los Angeles to be with them on Wednesday evening. She also shot down rumors that she had been kidnapped saying she is "good and fine."

3. Hospitals Wipe Out Colorado Victim Bills

Three hospitals caring for patients wounded in the Colorado theater shooting say they will limit or wipe out medical bills for the victims. Many of the people wounded are young, uninsured and face expensive hospital bills.

4. FBI to Review Anaheim Shooting

The FBI will review a fatal shooting involving an officer that sparked days of violence in Anaheim, California. Officials there said they have asked state officials to launch a review of the incident, which happened on Saturday.

5. Paparazzo Facing Charges Over Bieber Chase

A paparazzo photographer faces criminal charges following a high-speed chase involving Justin Bieber earlier this month. This marks the first use of a state law that aims to clamp down on photographers' reckless pursuit of celebrities.