Bear, Mountain Lion Hunting Proposal Under FireTwo wildlife non-profit organizations are suing the federal government over a controversial plan to trap and kill dozens of Colorado’s black bears and mountain lions.
Warrant Issued For Man In Son-In-Law's Shooting DeathLaw enforcement officers in west-central Colorado are searching for a 45-year-old man in the shooting death of his son-in-law.
Another Earthquake Shakes Western Colorado TownsA recent 3.3 magnitude earthquake is the largest to hit a western Colorado county in a decade
Former Colorado U.S. Rep. Bob Beauprez Considered By TrumpOne of President-elect Donald Trump's appointments could elevate a former Republican congressman from Colorado.
Plane Makes Emergency Landing On I-70A small plane was forced to make an emergency landing on Interstate 70 near Rifle Monday evening.
Deputies: Good Samaritan Shot HimselfDeputies with the Garfield County Sheriff's Office say a man who claimed he was shot as he was trying to help a motorist earlier this month, actually shot himself.
Few Clues After Good Samaritan Shot Point Blank In Garfield CountyDeputies say someone shot a good Samaritan who stopped to help after seeing a car pulled over on the side of the road.
Driver Shot After Pulling Over, Trying To Help Other DriverA driver on Colorado's Western Slope is recovering from serious injuries after he says he was shot by someone he was trying to help over the weekend.
Picture Reveals Poaching Wildlife WorkerA photo of a US Fish and Wildlife employee posing with a trophy elk was making the rounds among people on the Western Slope. It also was a case of poaching.
US Wildlife Workers Plead Guilty To Poaching-Related Charges In ColoradoColorado officials say two U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employees pleaded guilty to poaching-related charges.
Lightning Strike Sparks Wildfire In Garfield CountyAuthorities believe a lightning strike caused a wildfire burning in Garfield County.
Caretaker Accused Of Sexual Assaulting Disabled Woman Could Have More VictimsThe number of potential victims in a Western Slope sexual assault case involving a developmentally disabled woman by a former caretaker is growing.