Red Cross Apologizes For Pool PosterThe American Red Cross has apologized for a pool poster that some claim is racist.
Top Single-Day Road Trips Around DenverLooking for a short trip to get away from it all? Here are five great single-day road trips to take from Denver.
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.
Trees Blossoming In The Mountain Town Of SalidaCBS4's Matt Kroschel was in the Chaffee County town on Saturday and snapped a photo of the blossoms on a tree in front of the historic SteamPlant turned into a local community theatre and community building.
Chaffee County Investigators Identify Suspect In Cold CaseAuthorities have announced a major development in the cold case disappearance of Beverly England.
Donate Food & Get A Free Lift Ticket At Monarch Mountain Next week, Monarch Mountain in southern Colorado will be accepting food donations in exchange for some fun.
CBS4 Reporter To Serve As Salida's Parade Of Lights Grand MarshalEvery year the quaint mountain town nestled along the banks of the Arkansas River transforms into a winter wonderland.
Iconic Piece Of Americana Covered In 1964 Once Again On Display In SalidaSome say history can't be covered up and forgotten, but that's what happened to a World War II mural painted on an old building.
Walsenburg Has Big Hopes For Tiny HomesIt's been years since the old high school football field in Walsenburg, Colorado, saw much action. There's still an old score board and a boarded-up concession stand, but otherwise it's just a big patch of dry weeds.
DNA Helps Identify Possible Murder Victim In Cold CaseThe cold case disappearance of Beverly England turned active this week after new DNA samplings confirmed bones found in the nearby mountains in 1992 were those of the missing Salida woman who was last seen in 1980.
Plague Infects Woman Visiting Colorado 'It's Been Here For Decades'A woman visiting Colorado last month became infected with the bubonic plague, the latest in what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says is an unusually high number of human cases in the U.S.
Visitors Descend On Salida For Music Festival 'Love This Small Town'Thousands of people have descended on a small town in Colorado's mountains to enjoy a music festival this weekend. The people who call Salida home are welcoming those guests.

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