A 3-year-old bear was captured and later euthanized after it was deemed a repeat offender in a Colorado Springs neighborhood. (credit: Erik Vainu)

Bear Captured, Euthanized In Colorado Springs

A bear that had been caught repeatedly in neighborhoods in Colorado Springs was put down Thursday.


The bear falls from the tree after being tranquilized on April 26, 2012, in Boulder. (credit: CU Independent)

Bear Made Famous By Unique Picture Is Dead

A black bear who gained fame in a picture that captured him falling from a tree in Boulder has died.


(credit: CBS)

Bear Found Wandering Near Federal Heights Already Back In The Wild

A bear that was roaming through suburban backyards near Federal Heights on Monday morning is already back in the wild.


(credit: CBS)

Bear Wanders Into Adams County Neighborhood

A 270 pound bear wandered into a neighborhood near Federal Heights on Monday morning and spent almost an hour hanging around.


An image of the damage to the car (credit: CBS)

Bear Gets Trapped In Car In Estes Park

A warning to homeowners in the mountains — not all bears are hibernating for the winter.


The bear in Pueblo (credit: CBS)

Bear Roams Pueblo Streets

A bear was spotted roaming around Pueblo early Friday morning.


An image of the bear (credit: Rebecca Alyea)

Bear Spends Day In Alamosa Tree

The bear spent the day nestled in a tree Tuesday just one block from Adams State College.


(credit: Wild Basin Lodge)

Cub Rescued After Getting Stuck In Trash Bin Cage

A cage around a trash bin outside a lodge near Rocky Mountain National Park was supposed to keep bears out, but a cub got stuck in it over the weekend.


An image of the bear (credit: CBS)

Hungry Bear Rips Through ‘Bear-Proof’ Garbage Enclosure

Many people who live in areas where bears like to roam take precautions, but a family says they watched a bear tear through what was supposed to be a bear-proof enclosure for garbage bins.


An image of the bear (credit: CBS)

Bear In Fort Collins Gets A Second Chance

A bear is headed back to the mountains after visiting neighborhoods in Fort Collins.





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