Another malfunction of the tornado warning system in Lafayette has been reported.
The threat of Ebola is changing the way emergency crews, hospitals and clinics do business across the country, and many in Colorado have instituted new protocols for handling a possible Ebola patient.
CBS4 this week gathered a handful of recollections from last year’s historic flood that highlight the good-news stories that emerged. Here are a few.
A Lafayette police officer shared his side of the story with CBS4 after a cyclist posted a confrontation with him.
Nine people have been hospitalized after a hazmat situation at the Oskar Blues restaurant in Longmont on Sunday.
Police in Denver would like the public’s help identifying a woman suspected of theft from a vehicle, forgery, fraud and identity theft.
Two Lafayette residents are suing Colorado officials for not enforcing a ban on hydraulic fracturing.
People living in Lafayette were jolted awake in the middle of the night by the sound of tornado sirens blaring. The alarm sounded after days of severe storms made their way along the Front Range.
Authorities think a software error may be to blame for tornado warning sirens mistakenly going off in Lafayette.
One of the suspects in the shooting death of a Colorado man whose body was found in Wyoming has been extradited to Boulder.