Bears Have Many Routes To Find Their Way Into Urban AreasA lot of people have called Colorado Parks and Wildlife encountering bears over the past few weeks.
'They Are Heroes,' Says Woman Who Had Dog Swept Away In FloodwatersOn Saturday there was a rescue in Evergreen that had a happy ending when a swift-water team saved a dog who became stuck under a flooded bridge.
Emergency Crews Ready For Rising Waters, Possible FloodingEmergency responders are preparing for the possibility of flooding along the Front Range as more precipitation is expected and a Flash Flood watch remains in effect for that area through Friday morning.
Bear Creek Swells From Rain, Evergreen Residents Pile SandbagsEvergreen residents worked Tuesday night to protect homes and businesses from flood waters.
As Creek Levels Rise, Evergreen Residents ConcernedPeople living in Evergreen are concerned about the rising levels of Bear Creek this week, after it went over its banks during the 2013 September floods.
Flood Recovery Continues, But Deep Scars RemainIn the disaster zone left behind after the September 2013 flood, there are still numerous side roads and rural driveways that need to be repaired.
Flooding Forces Evacuation Of 100 Boy ScoutsAbout 100 Boy Scouts are back at their southern Colorado camp after being evacuated because of flooding.
New Warning Signs Go Up On Boulder Trail After Coyote Kills DogA woman whose dog was killed by a coyote on Thursday in Boulder says she thought the pet was playing with another dog at first.
Colorado School Grades Releases Annual List Of Top SchoolsAn annual list that ranks Colorado's public schools was released on Thursday and some metro area schools are ranking high in the lists from Colorado School Grades.
Evergreen Gets Flooded, Residents Along Bear Creek Asked To LeaveThe roundabout at Colorado Route 74 and 73 is closed and the city of Evergreen is now dealing with an emergency situation.
Motorcycles Banned From Springs-Area Trail SystemFederal land managers will ban motorcycles on a popular trail system near Colorado Springs to protect the endangered greenback cutthroat trout.
Top Commercial Streams For Fly Fishing In ColoradoMore than 24,000 miles of Colorado’s streams are commercially stocked with native and non-native fish. With the efforts of 19 hatcheries, the great fishing of the state has been made even better, under blue skies and amidst breathtaking scenery. Fly fishermen who enjoy the Colorado wilderness have many streams and rivers to choose from in Colorado.