Remains Identified: Mountain Biking Pioneer's Family Gets ClosureAfter human remains were found buried about five feet below the surface of the San Luis Valley in January of this year, Carl Rust says he was sure his brother had been found six years and nine months after he went missing.
Struggle For Colorado Meteorologists Nothing Like One In BritainCBS4's Ed Greene and Justin McHeffey give us a lesson in how to say some of Colorado's most mispronounced places.
Pregnant Woman Escapes Log Cabin FireA pregnant woman escaped a burning log cabin near Saguache, south of Salida.
Wildfire Danger High For 3rd Straight Day In ColoradoThe wildfire danger is high for the third straight day in much of eastern Colorado on Wednesday because of strong winds and low humidity.
Trial Begins In Del Norte For Double Slaying SuspectJury selection begins Wednesday in Del Norte in the trial of double homicide suspect Daniel Bessey.
Authorities Baffled In Mystery Of Missing Man 5 Years Later Investigators believe there was foul play in the disappearance of Mike Rust. But five years after he was last seen, there are still few leads as to what happened to him.
West Fork, Windy Pass Fires Prompt Health WarningTwo backcountry wildfires in southwestern Colorado are expected to continue sending smoke into nearby towns, including Pagosa Springs.
Protect Your Computer From Malicious HackersComputer hackers posing as Microsoft employees are trying to get access to your personal information, an IT specialist explains what you should do right now to keep your computer safe.
Forest Service Agrees To Void Timber ContractsThe U.S. Forest Service is offering to renegotiate timber sale contracts in an effort to save sawmills in the Rocky Mountain region that have been hit hard by bark beetle infestations.
Worker Electrocuted While Trimming TreesXcel Energy and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration are investigating after a Monte Vista man died while trimming trees.
Town Of Saguache Tries To Attract More VisitorsThe small town of Saguache is like many Colorado mountain towns, built by the gold and silver booms in the late 1800s. At the time it was mainly a supply depot for the mining towns of Bonanza and Crestone.