Alleged Aspen Chairlift Pusher Identified, Getting TreatmentA man accused of pushing a snowboarder off an Aspen chairlift has been publicly identified and arrested nearly a month later.
Suspect In Fatal Shooting Of Western Colorado Deputy IdentifiedA 17-year-old Grand Junction male who is facing charges after police say he shot a Mesa County Sheriff's deputy has been identified.
Mesa County Sheriff: Deputy In Final Hours Of LifeThe Mesa County Sheriff shared some devastating news about the condition of the deputy who was shot on Monday morning, posting on Facebook that "Deputy Derek Geer is in the final hours of his life."
Condition Of Deputy 'Grave' After Being Shot Multiple Times In Grand JunctionA 17-year-old is custody after a sheriff's deputy was shot in Grand Junction on Monday.
Snowpack Above Average Across ColoradoColorado's snowpack is above average around the state.
Snow Cancels More Than 530 Of Denver Flights MondayAirlines have canceled nearly a third of daily flights at Denver International Airport because of snow that's expected to continue through Tuesday.
Winter Storm Bears Down On ColoradoMost of Colorado is under winter storm warnings and watches as a storm bears down on the state.
2 Men Charged After Teen's Body Found In SuitcaseTwo man have been charged in connection with a Grand Junction woman's body found in a suitcase.
3 Arrested For Running Illegal Marijuana Delivery ServicePolice have arrested three suspects for allegedly running an illegal marijuana delivery service in Grand Junction.
Hunter Pleads Guilty In Death Of Grand Junction TeenA Minnesota hunter has pleaded guilty in the accidental shooting and killing of a 14-year-old boy on Colorado's Western Slope in September of last year.
Man Convicted In Wife's Murder Gets New Trial In Jefferson CountyThe new trial for Michael Blagg, the man originally convicted in the murder of his wife, Jennifer Blagg, will take place in Jefferson County.
Colorado Bureau Of Investigation Admits Dozens Of Faulty DUI Blood TestsResponding to a CBS4 investigation, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation has acknowledged at least 56 of the DUI blood tests it conducted in the last six months were incorrect.