Federal Funds To Help Repair Storm-Damaged Reservoir In ThorntonThe federal government will help pay for repairs to the West Cooley Reservoir.
Insurance Claims Pile Up After Damaging Hail StormsWith severe weather season in Colorado, there often comes damage and insurance claims.
Storms Destroy 100-Year-Old BuildingSevere storms in Colorado caused major damage in Weld County on Thursday.
'Thick, Wet Snow' Knocks Down Hundreds Of Tree LimbsHeavy, wet snow from this week's unusual late spring storm has snapped tree limbs all across Boulder County and caused other problems in Longmont.
Powerful Storm Does Damage In Eastern ColoradoDamaging hail and funnel clouds swept through Colorado as severe weather threatened several areas Monday night.
Flooded Daycare Forces Parents To Make Other PlansParents of children who attend one downtown Denver preschool are making alternate plans after heavy rains flooded the center for the second time in recent weeks. The most recent storms damaged the building.
Storm Victim: 'Everything Is Just Down And Gone'Wednesday's power storms that rolled through the metro area at the height of the evening commute provided quite a beating to some neighborgoods.
Damaged Houses, Downed Trees, Tornado Sightings Reported In LowryThere are unconfirmed reports of a tornado in Aurora, where immense damage to a half dozen blocks resulted from Wednesday's storm.
Denver Public Library Used Book Sale Back On After Storm Causes DamageRain in Denver on Friday cleared up in time for the Denver Public Library Used Book Sale to take place.
Tornado Victims Get Answers At Disaster Assistance CenterSeveral people living in Larimer and Boulder Counties suffered damage to their homes and property when a tornado hit last week and in the aftermath of flooding caused by torrential rains. They got some relief and information from experts.
Straight-Line Winds Blow Roof Off Apartment Building In GlendaleAn apartment building manager in Glendale told CBS4's Howard Nathan she thought her building was hit by a tornado. It wasn't, according to CBS4 meteorologist Dave Aguilera.