Evacuations Ordered For Sylvan Lake State Park Visitors, Some Eagle County Residents Due To WildfireSome residents of Eagle County are being told to evacuate because of a wildfire. The fire is burning near Sylvan Lake State Park.
How Cycling 29,029 Vertical Feet During 24-Hour Summer Solstice Ride Is Helping Fight HomelessnessOne man explains his passion behind taking to the road and partnering with Samaritan Cycling, a cycling team that raises awareness and money to help the families and individuals experiencing homelessness in the Colorado community.
Growing Wildfires Trigger Air Quality Alert Including Vail, Glenwood Springs, Craig And MeekerThe Oil Springs Fire, burning about 20 miles south of Rangely, put out a plume of smoke so large that it could be seen Sunday afternoon on visible satellite data.
5 Shot, 1 Dead In Parking Lot Shooting Outside Juneteenth Celebration, Multiple Shooters SuspectedFive people were shot about 4:19 a.m. Sunday at a shopping mall parking lot located at 12455 East Mississippi Avenue.
Take A Tour Of The Fire Damage In Rocky Mountain National Park After Last Year's Historic Wildfire SeasonAfter the historic wildfire season in 2020, which featured the state’s largest fires ever, CBS4 was given its first tour of the damage left behind in the beloved Rocky Mountain National Park.
Hot Air Balloon Crashes At Chatfield State Park, 3 People InjuredThere were multiple injuries after a hot air balloon crashed at Chatfield State Park on Sunday morning.
Teen Driver Breaks Arm Trying To Stop Truck From Rolling Into Lake PuebloA truck was pulled from Lake Pueblo after a teen driver failed to put the vehicle in park after engaging the parking brake.
Ramp Reopens From Northbound Interstate 25 To U.S. 36 After Suspicious Motorcycle InvestigationThe ramp from northbound Interstate 25 to U.S. 36 was closed for a while on Sunday afternoon. A short time later, all lanes were reopened.
'Little Slice Of Hell' House Under Contract With Cash Offer, Off The MarketThe real estate agent for the home described as a "little slice of hell" after tenants trashed it, said the home was officially under contract on Friday.
Drinks & Dinner On The Beach? Changes At Boulder Reservoir Upset NeighborsThe Boulder Reservoir has long been the place to go on hot summer days, but this year for the first time, it will have a nightlife, too.
Bear Smells Case Of Beer In Colorado Car, Locks Itself Inside & Leaves Damage BehindColorado Parks and Wildlife are asking Coloradans to take any food or liquids out of their car before they park it in bear country.
Coloradans Kim Dobson And Ashley Brasovan Take Top Spots In Mount Washington Road RaceTwo Colorado women took the top spots in a race to the peak of the tallest mountain in the Northeast.
Melvin Gordon Shows Off New Physique, Hairdo, AttitudeMelvin Gordon made his on-field offseason debut at the team's mandatory minicamp this week and showed off a buffer body, shorn locks and even a smile and joviality that were absent almost all of last year.
Denver Baseball Field To Get Face-Lift: 'We Hope Kindness Trickles Down'With the MLB All Star Game scheduled to fill the seats at Coors Field next month, so too comes the opportunity for the Denver metro area to improve courtesy of Major League Baseball.
Boulder Business Owner Is Third $1 Million Winner In Colorado Comeback Cash GiveawayPete Vegas was named the third winner of the Colorado Comeback Cash giveaway.
'Still In Disbelief': Littleton Mom Goes From Working Two Jobs To Being A Millionaire With Colorado Comeback CashThe second of five Colorado Comeback Cash winners has a Cinderella-like story. The Littleton woman and her husband were working two jobs each before their lives were changed forever -- not by a glass slipper but the COVID-19 vaccine.
Mead Resident Is First Winner Of $1 Million In The Colorado Comeback Cash GiveawayOfficials with the State of Colorado picked the first $1 million winner in a lottery that's trying to inspire residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Proposed Rule Change Could Allow More Pollution In Colorado Rivers And StreamsA proposal by the Colorado Water Quality Control Commission, up for debate this week, could allow industries to discharge more pollution into Colorado's rivers and streams, specifically urban waterways that have already been heavily polluted.
Colorado Businesses, Residents Hit By National Shortage Of Air Conditioning Parts During Heat WaveThe global supply chain issue, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, has led to a shortage of parts and microchips for all sorts of tech, appliances, and cars, but with the heat wave, people are feeling the affect more than ever.
Trouble With Trash: Congress Park Residents Say New Order Will Cause HardshipsSome 2,500 residents of Denver's Congress Park neighborhood recently received notification from the City of Denver that their trash would no longer be picked up in the alley but would have to be wheeled down to the street in front of their homes.
Doctor Offers Advice For Colorado Men Who May Have Put Off Checkups Due To The PandemicJune is Men’s Health Month, which is a good reminder for men to make sure they are getting the necessary checkups and screenings.
The Keys To Getting A Better Night's Sleep Include Time Outside, ExerciseSimply put, most of us do not get enough sleep. Whether it’s stress, busy schedules, or the inability to stay asleep, there are a number of reasons we aren’t catching enough Zs.
2 Coloradans Launch Website That Helps People Going Through A DivorceGetting a divorce isn’t easy -- the process can be scary, stressful and lonely. A new website helps make the process a little bit more manageable.
New COVID-19 Spikes In Parts Of Colorado With Lower Vaccination Rates? Many Doctors Worried It Could HappenCBS4's Medical Editor says we could see another COVID spike later this year in areas of the state where the vaccination rates are low.
Vaccinated And Considering International Travel? Dr. Dave Hnida Shares A COVID-19 ChecklistAs more Coloradans get vaccinated, people are looking forward to traveling abroad again. But is it safe to do right now if you're fully vaccinated?
Dr. Dave Hnida: 'No HIPAA Jail' For Asking About Vaccination StatusColorado has dropped the statewide mask mandate for anyone who is fully vaccinated, leaving businesses to rely on the honor method for unmasked customers. Dr. Dave Hnida addressed the legality of asking someone their vaccination status.