Orlando Mass Shooting Victims Honored At Denver's PrideFestThousands gathered in Denver to honor the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando.
El Paso, National Guard Practice Blizzard ResponseEmergency management officials are practicing their rescue plans in the event of a major blizzard across northern El Paso County.
Roof Collapses Becoming A Problem In The High CountryThe snow has been falling non-stop in the high country, and while the ski resorts love it, it's becoming a safety concern in some spots.
Hickenlooper Thanks State Employees For Their Flood Recovery HelpGov. John Hickenlooper on Monday recognized state employees for their help in the process of recovering from the September flooding.
Lyons Business Owners Allowed To Return For A Few HoursSome people who were evacuated from Lyons because of devastating flooding were allowed to return for a few hours on Wednesday. Only business owners were allowed back into the town, residents will be allowed back in on Thursday.
Officials Say Nearly 19,000 Homes Damaged, Destroyed In FloodingColorado emergency management officials have released an initial estimate that says the ongoing flooding has damaged or destroyed nearly 19,000 homes.
Huerfano County Wildfire Nearly ContainedA wildfire in rural Huerfano County is nearly contained, with all evacuations lifted.
Springs Addressing Problems In Waldo Fire ResponseColorado Springs emergency managers said Thursday they are moving to fix problems that arose during last summer's Waldo Canyon wildfire, which killed two people and destroyed 347 homes.
DPD Chief Demotes Division Chief Tracie KeeseeCBS4 has learned that new Denver Police Chief Robert White has made his first major personnel move, demoting veteran Division Chief Tracie Keesee to captain and sending her to run the Office of Emergency Management.