CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Girl Rescued While Whitewater Rafting On Arkansas RiverA Colorado journalist was working on a report about the rafting industry this week when he found himself helping a girl who fell overboard.
Father Dies On Rafting Trip With Boy ScoutsA 42-year-old Texas man on an excursion with a large group of Boy Scouts died in a rafting accident in southern Colorado.
Arkansas River Reaches Flood Stage; Rafter KilledPueblo officials restricted access to the Arkansas River Tuesday, one day after a Texas man lost his life farther upstream. 
Some 'FIBArk' Events In Arkansas River Canceled Because Of Unsafe ConditionsThe Arkansas River near Salida will welcome thousands of spectators and competitors this weekend to FIBArk.
Angler Finds Body In Arkansas RiverPueblo police are investigating a body found in the Arkansas River Saturday morning. An angler found the body.
Pueblo Officials Urge Water Safety Following Man's DeathPueblo emergency officials are warning of the dangers of the area's waterways after an 18-year-old man was found dead in a canal this week.
Rangers Take Chainsaw To Large Cottonwood In Arkansas RiverColorado Parks and Wildlife river rangers worked hard on Saturday to make sure rivers in Salida were running without major debris.
Mom Accused Of Stabbing Daughters, Driving Car Into River With Them InsideA Colorado woman is accused of stabbing her two young daughters and then driving into the Arkansas River with the girls in the car, KKTV reports.
Mother, Daughters In SUV That Went Into River In Colorado Authorities are investigating an incident in which a vehicle with a mother and her two young daughters went into the Arkansas River in southeast Colorado.
Arkansas River's Trout Flexing Their Fins In Face of Whirling DiseaseThirty-one years and millions of dollars into the fight against whirling disease, a strain of the iconic Colorado rainbow trout is at last showing signs of natural resistance. 
Royal Gorge Park Attracts More Visitors Years After Damaging FireThe Royal Gorge Bridge is attracting more people than ever, years after a fire destroyed 90 percent of the park.