Woman Stranded In Car For 6 Days After Crash Suing General MotorsA Douglas County woman is suing General Motors after a crash left her two lower legs amputated.
Man Accused Of Shooting Neighbor Near Alma ID'dThe Park County Sheriff's Office has released the name of a man investigators say shot his neighbor near Alma before turning the gun on himself.
CBS4's Fall Color Guide: Popular Drives Around ColoradoWhen heading out in search of fall color there's no such thing as a bad drive into the mountains.
Campsites In Summit County Still Available After CancellationsThe snow that fell in the high country is giving some campers the wrong idea when it comes to camping over the upcoming Memorial Day Weekend.
'Absolutely Crazy,' Says Fairplay Resident About All The Spring SnowApproximately 3,600 customers in Park County were without power because of Tuesday's snowfall.
Breckenridge Detectives Revive 33-Year-Old Cold CaseInvestigators are holding meetings on Tuesday and Wednesday nights to revisit a 33-year old double homicide cold case.
Guardian Angel: Off-Duty Deputy Who Died Helping Family Called HeroSgt. Sean Renfro and his friend pulled over on U.S. 285 in Jefferson County to assist a woman, her brother and her infant son who had wrecked their car during poor weather on Saturday night.
Strong Winds Closes US 285 In South ParkStrong winds are warming up parts of Colorado but also creating travel problems.
Top 10 Talkers In Colorado In 2014From Facebook to Twitter to CBSDenver.com, CBS4 viewers had plenty to talk about in 2014.
I-70 In Eastern Colorado Reopens After 'Madhouse' WindsI-70 was closed between Limon and Goodland, Kansas, as wind gusts reached up to around 60 mph on the Eastern Plains.
Colorado Mountains Brace For SnowThe calendar may say it's the fall season, but the weatherman says it's time to brace for some wintry weather in Colorado.
Residents Upset Over Marijuana Music Festival In FairplayA marijuana music festival has upset a lot of the residents of Fairplay. The three-day event is drawing in an estimated 8,000 people from all over Colorado and the U.S.