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.
Top Heart-Warming Animals Stories From Colorado In 2014From frostbitten kittens to bomb-sniffing dogs, 2014 was quite a year for pets and animals in Colorado. Here are a few of our favorite furry tales (or is it tails?) from this year.
Dog Reunited With Widow After Protecting Owner's Body From CoyotesA dog that stayed by its owner's side to keep away predators after he died in the frigid mountains has been returned home to his family.
Dog Guards Missing Skier's Dead Body From CoyotesFour people survived a helicopter crash during a search and rescue mission of a cross-country skier who was later found dead.
Disaster Declaration For Rock Slide May Get FundingGov. John Hickenlooper has signed an executive order declaring an emergency disaster due to a rockslide that closed U.S. Highway 550 near Ouray on Jan. 12.
Red Mountain Pass Near Ouray Opens To 24/7 TrafficThe Colorado Department of Transportation says U.S. Highway 550 near Ouray is open after crews cleared a rock slide that cut off Red Mountain Pass almost a month ago.
Red Mountain Pass Could Open To 24/7 Traffic SoonCrews working to stop a rock slide near U.S. Highway 550 over Red Mountain Pass near Ouray are expected to finish by Friday a 360-foot-long by 24-foot-high fence to keep more rocks from falling onto the roadway.
Crews Continue To Clear Red Mountain Pass DebrisCrews with the Colorado Department of Transportation are getting closer to reopening U.S. Highway 550 over Red Mountain Pass.
Road Closed Indefinitely Over Red Mountain PassThe Colorado Department of Transportation says U.S. Highway 550 over Red Mountain Pass will remain closed indefinitely while workers are being brought in by helicopter to fix damage caused by a rock fall.
Rocks Still Rolling Onto US 550 South Of OurayRocks continue to tumble down onto U.S. 550 south of Ouray, and the Colorado Department of Transportation says the road will remain closed through the weekend.
More Than 1M Expected To Watch USA Pro ChallengeOrganizers of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge estimate that more than 1 million people will line Colorado roads this week to watch some of the world's top cyclists.