If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to participate in Alaska’s Iditarod, you don’t have to go far to get an idea.
For the 26th year in a row, broadcast meteorologists from around the country are in Steamboat Springs learning about disaster and discussing trending topics in meteorology.
CBS4’s Ed Greene and Justin McHeffey on Wednesday went to Lockheed Martin in Littleton to get a first look at new technology designed to better predict how much snow a blizzard could drop in Colorado, or when a tornado could develop.
Colorado connections highlight CBS4’s anchors’ and reporters’ genuine affection for the state where they work, live and raise their families. That homegrown loyalty is part of CBS4’s new promotional spots.
As the temperatures climb, wouldn’t snow tubing be a great way to cool down? Well, it’s not just for winter anymore.
Thousands of people hit the streets in downtown Denver for the annual diabetes walk on Saturday.
Sunday was a great day to make strides against breast cancer as people hit the streets for the 5K walk.
This weekend’s snowstorm really socked Colorado, but CBS4’s Mobile Weather Lab had no problem navigating the snowy roads.
CBS4 has a new tool when it comes to covering severe weather in Colorado, which ranges from tornadoes, blizzards, flash flooding and everything in between.
The summer kayaking season is quickly approaching and soon kayakers will be making their way around Colorado waterways.