A bear that was roaming through suburban backyards near Federal Heights on Monday morning is already back in the wild.
A 270 pound bear wandered into a neighborhood near Federal Heights on Monday morning and spent almost an hour hanging around.
A warning to homeowners in the mountains — not all bears are hibernating for the winter.
A bear was spotted roaming around Pueblo early Friday morning.
The bear spent the day nestled in a tree Tuesday just one block from Adams State College.
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.
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.
A bear is headed back to the mountains after visiting neighborhoods in Fort Collins.
Some angry southern Colorado residents are accusing state wildlife officials of killing the wrong bear after a goat was mauled. The bear they got was a sow, leaving its cubs orphaned.
A 13-year-old boy who was attacked inside his tent by a hungry bear says he thought the attack would never end.