A lot of snow is expected for the western and southwestern mountains, but only a chance for snow along the Front Range. The dry conditions mean the fire danger remains high.
Most newer vehicles in Colorado will no longer have to submit to any type of emissions testing for at least seven years.
Colorado transportation of crews were fanning out across the Denver metro area to keep the roads open during a wintry storm.
A Colorado auditor’s report suggests that curtailing the emissions testing could save motorists nearly $30 million a year.
Although people who text and drive are 23 more times likely to get in a crash, a CBS4 Investigation finds spotty enforcement of Colorado’s much ballyhooed distracted driving law which went into effect in 2009.
Wildlife experts sent out the warning last spring and the last several months have been very active for bears along the Front Range. Now the bears are even more active as they load up for hibernation.
The big thunderstorms of Wednesday were wonderful moisture makers.
Smoke from the High Park Fire has prompted the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, along with the Regional Air Quality Council, to issue an Ozone Action Day Alert.
Haze shrouded the Front Range on Saturday as a massive wildfire in New Mexico has been sending smoke into Colorado skies.
The American Lung Association put out its annual report on Wednesday. It assigns letter grades to counties along the Front Range. The grades are based on information gathered from air monitoring stations.