Crews Open Big Thompson Canyon To Traffic... For NowThe Colorado Department of Transportation is hoping to make travel better for visitors to Colorado this summer. Staring Thursday afternoon, U.S. Highway 34 through the Big Thompson Canyon will reopen to all traffic.
It's A Real Important Time Keep Children Away From Rivers & StreamsWith the snow melting away rivers threaten to rise to dangerous levels in Northern Colorado.
Snowstorm Causes Downed Trees, Power OutagesHundreds of residents in Estes Park continued to be without power and internet after a late spring snowstorm moved through Colorado.
Suicidal Man Keeps Estes Park Authorities At Bay For More Than 24 HoursLaw enforcement personnel have now spent more than a day trying to get a suicidal man to come out of a house in Estes Park.
Highway 34 To Reopen As ScheduledHighway 34 between Loveland and Estes Park is expected to reopen Memorial Day weekend as planned.
Small Town Ravaged By Historic Floods Still Needs HelpGlen Haven’s town hall, which some called the heart of the town, was claimed in the floods of 2013. Now the town has asked for the public’s help in rebuilding their event center.
Watch: Elk Walks Into Estes Park StoreFile it under something you don't see every day, but an elk decided to do a little shopping in Estes Park.
CDOT Halts Construction On Stretch Of U.S. 34 For The HolidaysU.S. Highway 34 is now open between Estes Park and Loveland.
Authorities: Suspect Said 'We Could Go Off The Cliff Right Now And Go To Heaven'A man from Alaska accused of trying to kill his wife while visiting Colorado made his first court appearance in Boulder County on Tuesday.
Man Accused Of Trying To Steer Car Off Cliff While High On EdiblesA man from Alaska is accused of trying to kill his wife while being high on edible marijuana.
Highway 34 Through Big Thompson Canyon Reopens For Holiday WeekendHighway 34 between Loveland and Estes Park is back open temporarily.
Survivor Of Porn Industry On Mission To Warn Others About The DangersThe pornography industry is worth billions of dollars yearly. CBS4's Jennifer Brice took a rare look into the world of porn and human trafficking happening in Denver. She met a woman who used to be in the sex trade and now speaks out against it.