Bear Beats The Heat In Cool Water In Roxborough State ParkA bear was spotted beating the heat in Roxborough State Park.
Several Records Will Likely Fall This Week As 100 Degree Temps Invade ColoradoGet ready for an unusually hot week across Colorado as a massive ridge of high pressure sets up over the state.
Boulder County Cat Found With Bunny Later Tests Positive For The PlagueBoulder County health officials are warning pet owners of the plague.
PHOTOS: Newborn Fawn Found Waiting With Horses For Mom To ReturnThree horses on a ranch in Colorado seemed to stand by as the newborn fawn waited for its mother to return.
Family Forecast: CBS4 Meteorologist Lauren Whitney Expecting First ChildCBS4 Meteorologist Lauren Whitney and her husband are expecting their first child sometime before Christmas.
Woman In The Window? Stanley Hotel Visitor Captures Unexplained Image During 'Ghost Tour'A tourist from Texas who visited the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park on vacation says she captured an image on film that she can't explain.  
Fundraising Effort Underway For 18-Year-Old Kendra Durnan, Who Was Hit And Killed On I-25 After Crash Involving ElkKendra Durnan, 18, got out of an SUV after a crash involving an elk -- and was hit and killed.
Boil Water Advisory Issued Following Water Pump Failure In Castle PinesThe Castle Pines North Metro District gave its customers a "thumbs up" to resume outdoor irrigation, but the state health department asked the district to also issue a boil advisory for customers. 
WATCH: Video Shows People Snatch Dog From Woman On Walk In PuebloThe Pueblo Police Department released surveillance video on Wednesday that appears to show two people confronting a woman on a walk before grabbing her dog.
High School Football Team Helps Weld County Rancher Hit By TornadoThe Roosevelt High School football team traveled from Johnstown to pull double duty at Ulrich Farms in Platteville, after a tornado tore through the small town.
United Airlines To Require All Future Hires To Be Vaccinated, Current Flight Crews Offered Immunization IncentivesUnited Airlines confirmed the new policy which will require future flight attendants to be vaccinated for COVID-19, while allowing current flight attendants and pilots to choose if they want to be vaccinated.
Dog Injured During Hike Carried Down Trail By Rocky Mountain Rescue GroupThe 8-year-old German shepherd mix had paw injuries and the team provided a litter evacuation to the trailhead.
'Bigfoot' Sightings Possible Along I-70 In Colorado MondayIf you've always hoped to catch a glimpse of a legendary creature, you will soon have the chance.
Man Impaled By Fallen Tree During Rare Derecho Celebrates Recovery One Year LaterIn southwest Denver, the winds made for an unforgettable scare for one family, after branches on a falling tree impaled Erich Newman and his nine-year-old daughter Kaitlyn.
'They Got Lucky': Two Climbers Injured After Large Rock Dislodged In Clear Creek CanyonThe Colorado Department of Transportation closed part of Highway 6 in Clear Creek Canyon Saturday.
Rocky Mountain National Park Visitors Unaware Of Reservation Program & Are Turned AwayIt's been a week since Rocky Mountain National Park instituted its timed entry program, but many visiting the beloved park didn't know anything about it.
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.
'Red Foxes Are Not Always Red': Black Fox Pup Caught Raiding Chicken CoopColorado Parks and Wildlife caught two red fox pups raiding chicken coops in Cañon City -- but one of them wasn't red. 
Attention Unemployed Denver Area Residents: Casinos In Black Hawk & Central City May Have A Job For You (And You Could Score $2,000+ Just By Accepting)If you’re unemployed and thinking of returning to work, not only will the state pay you, businesses desperate to fill labor shortages are offering big incentives on top.
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman Wants A Camping Ban, City's Housing Committee Does NotThe city of Aurora is trying to figure out a solution for their rising homeless population. Mayor Mike Coffman proposed a camping ban similar to Denver's.