Pay To Hike? It's Under Consideration At Popular High Country TrailOne of the state's most popular hiking areas could see a new user fee instituted due to the record setting number of people crowding the area.
Supertanker CEO ‘Sick’ Over Plane’s Grounding In U.S.As dozens of wildfires across 10 different states burned through the night, the Colorado-based “Global Supertanker” was stationary.
Firefighters Rescue Fawns From BlazeFirefighters rescued two baby deer in the midst of a wildfire in Arizona.
Hanging Lake Emergency Calls Stretching Resources ThinHanging Lake might be a victim of its own popularity.
Take A CBS4 Field Trip To The Pawnee National GrasslandsIn May, CBS4 Meteorologist Dave Aguilera headed up a team that went to the Pawnee National Grasslands for a field trip.
Take A Virtual Field Trip To The Pawnee National GrasslandsCBS4 had teamed up with the U.S. Forest Service and Prince William Network for a virtual field trip to the Pawnee National Grasslands.
Many Trees Could Disappear In Colorado Because Of Non-Native PestArbor Day is coming up -- a day people are encouraged to plant and care for trees. But the state is a warning about a bug that has killed millions of trees across the country and it is getting a foothold in Colorado.
Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Vail Resorts Will Move ForwardA wrongful death lawsuit against Vail Resorts will move forward. A district court judge rejected a request to dismiss the lawsuit.
Authorities Say Person Of Interest Sought In Small WildfireAuthorities say a wildfire that burned less than a square mile in Park County might have been started by recreational shooting, and they're looking for a person of interest.
Air Tanker Called To Duty Less Than 1 Hour After ArrivalIn preparation for what's shaping up to be a busy fire season ahead, a federally contracted air tanker has been ordered to stage along Colorado's Front Range.
Colorado Has 834 Million Dead Trees, Fires Could Get WorseForesters say Colorado has about 834 million standing dead trees, threatening to worsen wildfires and degrade vital water supplies that flow from forested mountains.
Construction On A-Basin Expansion To Begin This SummerArapahoe Basin Ski Area is moving ahead with expanding. The ski area will increase by 468 acres of skiable terrain. Construction will start this summer with a new ski lift.

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