GRAPHIC PHOTO WARNING: Idaho Fish & Game Official Under Fire For Emailing Photos Of Animals He Killed In AfricaThe trophy hunter killed an entire family of baboons, including a baby who died in its mother's arms, then emailed the photos to co-workers.
African Refugee Graduates High School, Plans For CollegeShambel Zeru overcame unbelievable odds to get an education in the United States.
Epic Climb By 'Little Old Guy' From Colorado May Have Broken RecordFred Distelhorst climbed up one of the world's highest peaks and possibly landed himself in the history books.
Bicycles Make Their Way From Colorado To AfricaHundreds of bicycles are making their way from Denver to Africa to help bring communities closer.
Brother Of 2 Found Dead In Africa: Family Working With EmbassyA man says his family has been given little information on how his two sisters died while vacationing on a tropical African island.
Mystery: Denver Woman, Sister Found Dead In Bed At African ResortA Colorado woman and her sister are the focus of a mysterious death in paradise.
5 Most Extreme White Water Rafting LocationsA profile of five of the most extreme whitewater rafting locations in the world
5 Largest Animal Sanctuaries In The WorldA look at five of the world's largest protected areas
Emmanuel Mudiay Recounts His Amazing Journey To The NBA, NuggetsNuggets No. 1 draft pick Emmanuel Mudiay has only been in Denver for a few days but says he already loves the Mile High City. The story of his journey to the NBA is amazing, and he recounted it on Xfinity Monday Live with CBS4's Vic Lombardi.
Colorado Won't See Upcoming Solar Eclipse, But Will Come Close In 2017A total solar eclipse is set to happen for parts of the world on March 20, 2015.
Patient At Denver Health Tests Negative For EbolaA patient who was being monitored for Ebola at Denver Health Medical Center has tested negative for the virus, according to health officials.
Fort Carson Soldiers Returning From Ebola Deployment Held For MonitoringAbout 150 Fort Carson soldiers deployed to West Africa in November to help build treatment facilities to house Ebola patients and caretakers are back in the United States.
Project C.U.R.E. Won't Send Staff To Ebola Hot ZoneOne routine is changing for a charitable organization in the Denver metro area as Project C.U.R.E. won't be sending staffers to countries battling Ebola.
Colorado Test For Ebola Could Speed Up Diagnosis To 10 MinutesInside the Corgenix lab in Broomfield, revolutionary research is taking place on Ebola.
Fort Carson Soldiers Could Be Sent To LiberiaSome of the 1,400 soldiers being sent to Liberia to help fight the spread of Ebola could come from Colorado's Fort Carson.