From Facebook to Twitter to CBSDenver.com, CBS4 viewers had plenty to talk about in 2014.
Fire chiefs from across Colorado say drones have a lot of potential. The new airborn technology could be a lifesaving measure not just for firefighters but victims as well.
Wednesday is the deadline for all national parks and monuments to prohibit unmanned aircraft, or drones, so the National Park Service can study their use.
A Colorado man is teaching African park rangers to fly drones to combat poachers. Chris Miser, the owner of Falcon Unmanned, has teamed up with the World Wildlife Fund in an effort to protect elephants and rhinoceros.
A drone helped searchers go where humans physically couldn’t during their search for the three missing men after a mudslide on the Western Slope.
An Air Force Academy team has won an innovation competition sponsored by the Defense Department’s research arm by coming up with a fuel-saving aircraft engine.
The Army wants to close airspace over Pinon Canyon so it can train with drones and other new equipment.
The Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife has banned the use of drones to hunt wildlife.
Reports about flooding, wildfires and marijuana in Colorado were among the top viewed stories on CBSDenver.com this year, but you might be surprised to learn that the following specific stories were also big talkers and drew big numbers.
A Colorado company hopes to create new jobs and cash in on what some are now considering a convenient way to deliver packages — drones.