DIA Terminal Tents Are Going To Be Painted Green?Denver International Airport's famous white colored tents over the terminal are going green thanks to a partnership with Colorado Yurt Company.
Rural Veterans & Families Receive Holiday Cheer Thanks To Volunteer PilotsThanks to a handful of volunteers Sunday morning, hundreds of Colorado veterans will receive planes full of holiday cheer.
Hunters Find Human Remains On Uncompahgre PlateauMontrose County authorities are working to identify human remains found on the Uncompahgre Plateau over the weekend.
Search Continues For Elderly Woman Missing In Uncompahgre National ForestAuthorities would like the public's help locating an 82-year-old woman after her car was found abandoned in a remote area of the Uncompahgre National Forest on July 15.
Proper Service Planned After Remains Found In Funeral Home BasementForty-four years ago the Oyler family, grieving after the loss of their patriarch, turned over his cremated remains to a funeral home in Montrose with specific instructions. But that never happened. Instead, his remains turned up in the basement, forgotten.
Cremated Remains Discovered In Pickle Jars, Urns At Historic Funeral HomeUnclaimed cremated remains have been discovered in the basement of a historic funeral home on the Western Slope. The remains were found in containers ranging from pickle jars to expensive urns.
Lawmaker Wants To Stop 'Coal Rollers' From Intentionally Blasting Black SmokeWhile some automakers spend billions of dollars trying to reduce emissions spewing out of cars and trucks -- some motorists are bucking the system, creating a lot of smoke.
In West, Region Of Guns And Suicide, Outreach To Curb DeathsA gunsmith in Montrose is willing to recruit in a fledgling effort to see if the gun community can help Colorado and other Western states reduce their highest-in-the-nation suicide rates.
Death Of 2-Year-Old Montrose Girl Ruled A HomicideThe death of a 2-year-old Montrose girl has been ruled a homicide.
Driving To The Championship Day 2: The Charming Talon PetersonMy alarm went off at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday in Montrose. Mike woke up shortly after and not long after that, we headed straight for Orem, Utah. We both agree will never forget the subject of our story, Talon Peterson.
Driving To The Championship Day 1: Happy Canyon, Happy GoatsCBS4 reporter Jamie Leary and CBS4 photojournalist Mike Abeyta document their first day on their Driving to the Championship journey to Super Bowl 50.
Colorado Skiing: Tall Peaks, Small-Town Feel Of TellurideJeri Clausing says if there's any one place she might call her favorite, it would probably be Telluride, a remote former mining town tucked in a majestic box canyon surrounded by 13,000- and 14,000-foot peaks.