Wildfire season is so bad this year that some county leaders aren’t even warning anyone about firework restrictions — they’re just handing out tickets. And open fire bans are being put in place across the state.
From the patriotic heart of Washington, D.C. to the big city flash of New York, these spots are known for their impressive summer events.
More communities are enacting fire restrictions as hot, dry, gusty weather fuels wildfires around Colorado.
Colorado Springs police are continuing their investigation of a homemade bomb made with commercial fireworks that was found just blocks from a park and an elementary school.
Traditionally the exact location of the fireworks display in Denver has been top secret — until now.
Downtown Denver is once again the place to be to ring in the new year with not one, but two fireworks shows.
New Year’s Eve is the time of year when we simultaneously reflect on days gone by and envision the days yet to come. Barring the Mayans prediction that the world will come to its final and conclusive end, these are the top five parties in Denver to ring in 2013.
After a disappointing summer for fireworks lovers across the state, many Coloradans might not be aware that there are some celebrations coming up where they can get their fix.
Americans should want to celebrate the 4th of July and at least give some sign of wanting the celebrations that have been cut from municipalities’ budgets.
CBS4′s Jennifer Brice checked with a number of police agencies to see how many tickets they’ve issued for fireworks.