Afternoon Thunderstorms Could Turn Severe On The Plains
Lightning Sparked Summit County Fire That Burned 238 AcresInvestigators say lightning caused a wildfire that scorched 238 acres north of Silverthorne.
Wildfires Battled In Northwest ColoradoLightning storms across northwest Colorado are being blamed for several wildfires, including one north of Craig that was estimated at 450 acres.
Strong Storms Bring Hail, Flooding To Parts Of State A powerful storm swept through parts of Colorado Monday evening, causing severe street flooding on the west side of Colorado Springs.
Father And Son Were Killed By Carbon Monoxide In Tent, Not LightningCarbon monoxide from a camp stove burning in their tent killed a father and son camping near Aspen.
Crews Hope Haycamp Fire Burns Itself OutFirefighting crews hopes a wildfire burning in southwestern Colorado burns itself out.
Months After Lightning Strike, Residents Upset 'Roof Still Has A Hole'More than two months after lightning left a hole in the roof of a Lakewood condominium complex, some residents are still waiting to rebuild their homes.
Brothers Who Tried To Help Lightning Strike Victim: 'We're Never Going To Forget'Two brothers who were hiking near a newlywed couple who were struck by lightning while hiking on Mount Yale last Friday say they tried to help after the strike.
Witnesses Say Lightning Struck Castle Rock Home Just Before FireLightning is suspected in a house fire in Castle Rock Tuesday afternoon.
Lightning Strike Victim Who Lost Dog In Strike Getting A Special GiftCBS4 Health Specialist Kathy Walsh checked in with Jonathan Hardman, who survived the terrible ordeal. Hardman was struck in the head while hiking down Mount Bierstadt.
Friends Say Lightning Strike Victims Had A 'Fairytale Romance'Kathleen Bartlett, 31, was hiking on Friday with her newlywed husband Ryan Pocius when a lightning bolt struck them both. The couple had been married for only a week.
Climbers In Colorado's Mountains Need To Be Informed About Weather DangersAfter a rash of lightning strikes across the state, some Coloradans are wondering what can be done to protect people on Colorado's highest peaks.