SCHOOL CLOSINGS: Only a short list of school closings/delays Wednesday morning  (Full List | Latest Forecast)
Coyote Attacks On Pets Continue, Residents Worried About ChildrenThere's a warning for pet owners about coyote attacks after at least two dogs and a chicken have been killed.
11 Big Game Animals Killed, Left To RotWildlife officers say someone shot and killed 11 big game animals in eastern Colorado and left the carcasses to rot.
Dog Owner Says Lesson Learned After Encounter With Mountain LionA scary encounter took place for a man and his dog in Jefferson County when they came face to face with a mountain lion.
Mama Bear Damages SUV Trying To EscapeA mama bear destroyed an SUV in Steamboat Springs after getting stuck inside Tuesday morning.
Jury Finds Man Guilty Of Shooting Bear Cubs Outside His HomeAn Evergreen man who shot two bear cubs has been found guilty after a three-day trial.
End Of Daylight Saving Time Means More Auto/Wildlife CollisionsColorado Parks and Wildlife has issued a warning for drivers in the high country as "fall back" occurs this weekend. They say the chance of crashing into wildlife usually increases this time of year.
Man Survives Bear Attack While Scouting For Hunting TripColorado Parks and Wildlife officials say a bear attacked a hunter near Red Hill in Park County Friday evening.
2 Cases Of Elk Poaching Investigated Before Hunting Season BeginsTwo cases of bull elk poaching have wildlife officers concerned. They hope the public can help them track down the poachers.
Young Bull Moose Tranquilized, Moved Back Into WoodsA young bull moose was wandering around Arvada on Thursday morning before wildlife officials tranquilized the animal to move him back into the woods.
Bear Spotted On CU Campus Wanders AwayA bear spotted on the University of Colorado Boulder campus Thursday morning seems to have wandered back into the woods.
Bear Spotted On CU CampusA bear was spotted on the University of Colorado Boulder campus on Thursday morning.
Feedback Needed From Hunters, Anglers On Fee HikesColorado Parks and Wildlife wants to hear from hunters and anglers about how the organization can make some budget cuts without compromising the outdoor experience.

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