World's Wonder View Tower Has A Vision For The FutureThe World's Wonder View Tower on Colorado's Eastern Plains has new owners, and they plan to rehabilitate and reopen the site.
Colorado's Oldest Continually-Operating Synagogue Forced To Shut Its DoorsThe congregation of Temple Aaron has put their temple up for sale, and hopes a buyer will come along who is sympathetic to the history and significance of the building.
Historic Sugar Factory Smokestack ImplodedThe historic sugar factory smokestack in Brighton came crashing to the ground after the building was imploded.
Central City Seeks New Role For Belvidere TheatreThe theater, which predates the famed Central City Opera House, could serve as community events center for Gilpin County.
Colorado Preservation Inc. Hosting A 'Saving Places' ConferenceColorado is full of history but much of it is crumbling away. That's why Colorado Preservation Inc. is working to save sites around the state by every year declaring the state's most endangered places to bring awareness to the problem.
CBS4 Photographer, Editor Honored For Helping To Keep Colorado's History AliveTwo employees in the CBS4 news department were honored on Wednesday night by Colorado Preservation Inc.
'The Mine That Built Lake City' Looks To Reclaim TitleAlong the way from Lake City to Silverton you'll encounter as many as seven ghost towns and many old ruins. On any given summer day, you're likely to see a dozen or so cars parked at the site with folks wandering around taking photos at the buildings on site.
Century-Old Gold Dredge Still Tells the Story of Breckenridge's Mining PastA dredge that was built for gold mining still lies in a small pond just east of Breckenridge. It's called the Reiling Dredge.
Gold Medal Apples Returning To Cortez: Preservation Can Sometimes Taste Pretty SweetJude Schuenmeyer wants to repopulate apple trees throughout Montezuma County.
Arvada Streetcar Offers Historic Tie To RTD's Rail ExpansionArvada is partnering with Denver Rail Heritage to restore Denver Tramway Company Streetcar No.04.
Adobe Ranch House Stands At Colorado's Cultural CrossroadsAlong the banks of the Huerfano River near Walsenburg sits the Montoya Ranch which was saved from destruction by Jim Gerken.