1 Tree-Killing Outbreak Is Over In Colorado, 2nd Still GoingForestry experts say the mountain pine beetle epidemic that ravaged Colorado's lodgepole pines for two decades is over, but a second bug that attacks spruce trees is still spreading.
State Lawmakers React To Obama's CBS4 InterviewCBS4 has been hearing from the people President Obama talked about in political specialist Shaun Boyd's exclusive interview at the White House.
Researcher: Forests Will Bounce Back From BeetlesWestern forests are already showing signs of a comeback amid a bark beetle epidemic that has killed millions of lodgepole pines in Colorado.
Extreme Colorado Cold Not Enough To Kill Pine BeetlesIt's a question many viewers are asking CBS4. Is the recent cold snap going to kill the devastating pine beetle? Probably not.
Bark Beetle Infestation At 4M Acres In Colo., Wyo.U.S. Forest Service officials say the bark beetle epidemic has now infested 4 million acres in Colorado and southern Wyoming, after spreading to 400,000 new acres last year.
Task Force To Print Catalog Of Beetle-Kill WoodSummit County's Forest Health Task Force has long had the idea to bring blue-stained lodgepole pine products together into a catalog and brand it as a marketable building supply.