Man Allegedly Breaks Into Home, Has Milk & Cookies, Takes Nap On CouchA man allegedly broke into a home on the Western Slope, but no one knew he was there until he woke up one of the children asking for help.
2 Under Arrest After Apparent Hash Oil ExplosionTwo men have been arrested following an explosion at a home in Grand Junction.
Police Officer Injured, Suspect Killed On Western SlopeGrand Junction police say a suspect was shot and killed after an officer was injured when he was dragged or pinned by the suspect's vehicle.
Scott Tipton Defeats Gail Schwartz In Congressional RaceIncumbent Republican U.S. Congressman Scott Tipton will represent citizens of Colorado's Western Slope for another term.
McClure Pass May Not Reopen Until The WeekendThe Colorado Department of Transportation says a state highway closed by a rock slide north of Paonia probably won't reopen until the weekend.
Apology Issued After Officers Raid Wrong HomePolice in Mesa County are issuing an apology after officers raided the wrong home.
Candidates Square Off In Debate For Colorado US Senate RaceThree candidates for Colorado's U.S. Senate race will share the stage Saturday for a debate in Grand Junction.
Mountain Biker Booby Trap, Or Misunderstanding?A video that has gone viral appears to show a wire strung across a mountain bike trail, but now investigators say the video may not be what it appears.
Higher Colorado Rural Health Costs Drive Insurance, Regulators SayColorado's rural areas can't escape higher health insurance costs because it's costlier to deliver health care, the state Division of Insurance concluded Monday in a study on Colorado's nine geographic rating regions.
Ranch Provides Safe Place For Kids With Health ChallengesThey say laughter is the best medicine, and CBS4 found plenty of that out at the Roundup River Ranch this week.
Wildlife Officers Get Jug Off Bear's Head After Resident Lassoes ItA young black bear will survive thanks to some brave people near Glenwood Springs.
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.