Surveillance Video Shows Bear Trying To Get Trash Can OpenOne homeowner in Evergreen stopped a hungry bear's plans thanks to locks on their trash can.
Bear Brothers Wrestle While Sister Vamps For The CameraIt's video proof that bears are just like humans, at least when it comes to sibling rivalry. Three young bears at the Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg recently showed off for the camera.
Bear Tries To Break Into Steamboat Springs Home, Scares Couple Sleeping InsideIt was before dawn when a Steamboat Spring resident and his wife were startled awake by movement on their bedroom deck. That’s when they came face-to-face with a large bear.
Colorado Wildlife Officers Kill First Bear Of 2019Wildlife officials in Colorado have killed a bear near Meeker after previously relocating it from Steamboat Springs.
Bear Tranquilized After Getting Into Trash And Wandering Near Day Care CenterColorado wildlife officials tranquilized and relocated its first bear of the year after they say it got into several trash cans and posed a threat to children at a day care center.
Parks And Wildlife Officials Remind People To Stay Vigilant About Spring WildlifeColorado Parks and Wildlife is asking people to stay vigilant that many of their backyards are in wildlife territory. 
Not All Bears Are Hibernating And That Is A Big ConcernMost bears in Colorado are hibernating by this time of year. The ones that are left are not ready for their winter slumber and that can make for a dangerous situation.
Orphaned Bear Cubs Bulking Up, Almost Ready For HibernationThree orphaned bear cubs are almost ready to hibernate for the winter.
Skinny Bear Cubs To Be Fattened For HibernationThree underweight black bear cubs who stood little chance of making it through the winter will live the high life for the next month and a half. 
Mother Bear Euthanized, Cubs Relocated After Being Fed By Visitors At Grand Teton National ParkA mother black bear had to be put down and her cubs were relocated after being fed by visitors at Grand Teton National Park.
Bear Opens Truck Door While Another Bear Keeps LookoutBears are making their way closer to homes in the mountains and foothills, searching for food as the seasons change. That means more bear encounters.