Reports about flooding, wildfires and marijuana in Colorado were among the top viewed stories on CBSDenver.com this year, but you might be surprised to learn that the following specific stories were also big talkers and drew big numbers.
Three northern Colorado towns tired of freight train horns blaring day and night are on a mission to change federal train safety policy so they can muffle warning blasts.
Fourteen people were arrested in a methamphetamine bust over the weekend.
A student at Colorado State University remains in intensive care after being hit by a car while riding his bike home from class this week.
A ballot issue getting national attention is a proposal by 11 counties to secede from Colorado and form a new state. The question on the ballot asks if those county commissioners should make a case to the state Legislature for secession.
Many in Northern Colorado are used to the term “snow day” but what about a “heat day.” That’s what has happened for students who won’t be in class on Friday.
More schools are changing their class schedule after near record-breaking temperatures descended on the Front Range Thursday and Friday.
A man suspected of stealing expensive watches is behind bars.
A new forensic crime lab in Weld County is about to open its doors and that’s great news for law enforcement across Northern Colorado. CBS4’s Nina Sparano was allowed in for an exclusive look on Friday.
Cleanup crews in Windsor are in emergency mode after four schools suffered extensive damage during a storm last weekend.