Moose Found Dead Near Leadville Wasn't PoachedAuthorities have determined a moose found dead near Leadville in early November wasn't killed by a poacher.
Wary Coloradans Weigh Superfund Cleanup After Mine SpillSouthwestern Colorado officials are touring toxic cleanup sites this week to see if the federal Superfund program is the best way to fix the Gold King Mine and other sites spilling wastewater into rivers.
Moose Possibly Being Poached, Tipster Reports Finding Head In Leadville City LimitsWildlife managers are in the middle of an investigation into the possibility someone killed three moose near Leadville.
Hanging Halloween Decor Removed After ComplaintsWhat some described as a decoration that was too creepy for Halloween, a mannequin hanging from a street light, was removed from a neighborhood in Leadville.
Leadville Man Who Stomped On Ex-Girlfriend's Head Gets Lengthy SentenceA Leadville man whose brutal beating of his former girlfriend included stomping on her head received a lengthy sentence on Monday.
CBS4's Fall Color Guide: Popular Drives Around ColoradoWhen heading out in search of fall color there's no such thing as a bad drive into the mountains.
Mountain Biker Dies During Grueling Leadville 100 RaceAn experienced mountain biker died Saturday while participating in the grueling Leadville 100 race in Colorado's mountains.
Hickenlooper Visits Leadville About Preserving The Famous Tabor Opera HouseGov. John Hickenlooper is joining the effort to preserve one of Colorado's landmarks.
Police: Woman Ran Over Boyfriend With Her CarA Leadville woman remains behind bars after she allegedly ran over her boyfriend with her car, killing him. It's the first case of first-degree murder in the mountain community in nearly two decades.
Woman Charged After Allegedly Striking Boyfriend With CarA Leadville woman was charged with killing her boyfriend after allegedly running him down with her vehicle.
Newly-Trained Firefighters From Colorado Headed To AlaskaA dozen newly-trained firefighters from Colorado prepared to deploy to Alaska.
Restrictions In Place As Some Colorado Rivers Run HighRecreation bans and flood warnings have been issued for several Colorado rivers and streams because high water made it too dangerous for swimmers, people on inner tubes and rescuers.