Woman Convicted In Deaths Of Young Sons On Work ReleaseAfter only serving a little over two years of a 10-year sentence following the deaths of her two toddler sons, Heather Jensen convicted in the killings is out of prison and in a work release program, CBS4 has learned.
First Full Day Of Fall Brings Snow To Western SlopeThe first full day of fall is bringing snowfall to parts of western Colorado, and the first chain laws of the season went into effect.
Take A Wild Boat Ride, Or Calm Tour Along The Colorado RiverImagine traveling on the Colorado River at speeds of more than 50 mph, pushed along by the power of a jet engine!
Parks & Wildlife: Hunter's Injuries Not Caused By BearWildlife officers say that a hunter was not attacked by a bear, despite claims that he was injured when a bear attacked him.
14-Year-Old Hunter In Mesa County Shot To DeathInvestigators are looking into the death of a 14-year-old hunter in Mesa County.
Lance Armstrong Riding Ride The Rockies StageLance Armstrong is joining cyclists on the second leg of the 30th annual Ride the Rockies in western Colorado.
Pond At Site Of Massive Grand Mesa Landslide Could Spill Over SoonResidents in Mesa County are preparing for a possible evacuation due to flooding concerns.
New Creek Found At Site Of Massive Mudslide Near Collbran Raises Threat LevelThere are concerns over the stability of a mountainside in western Colorado. A year ago it gave way and three people below were killed.
Favorite Fall Color Destinations Across ColoradoIn a state like Colorado, there is no such thing as a bad drive when it comes to seeking out fall color.
Gov. Hickenlooper Tours Massive Mudslide Near CollbranGov. John Hickenlooper has toured the mudslide area near Collbran where three men are still missing.
Western Slope Landslide: It’s Just A Matter Of WhenThe landslide that skidded down out of a bowl shaped drop-off from the Grand Mesa Sunday night had enough material to stretch out for three miles, and it was hundreds of feet deep in some spots.
Rock Slides Will Remain Common Because Of The Significant SnowpackThe slopes in Colorado are becoming very active and one U.S. Forest Service official said it's erosion in action.