The brother of a missing Chaffee County woman started his own search on Thursday with about 100 volunteers. Suzanne Morphew was reported missing on Mother’s Day, May 10, after leaving her home in Mayesville to go for a bike ride.
Despite Millions On The Line, Sports Betting Is Collecting Less State Revenue Than You'd ThinkDespite the pandemic's hit on the sports industry, sports betting participation is exceeding expectations in its infancy in Colorado.
Golden Horse Owners Step Up For Others Amidst Evacuation ConfusionMany people and their animals remain evacuated due to the East Troublesome Fire.
Colorado Hospitals Looking Ahead To Possible Strain On BedsThere are still plenty of hospital beds across the state, but the Colorado Convention Center remains an option if things don’t turn around.
Jump In Positive Coronavirus Cases Affecting Counties AdverselyElbert County climbed above the 5% threshold and is now in a Level 2 Safer at Home designation.
Denver Could See Another Stay At Home Order Following COVID-19 SpreadIn a tweet Monday afternoon, Denver officials said the recent increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations could force the city and county into another Stay at Home order.
CU Boulder Researcher Co-Authors Study That Finds Water On The Sunlit Side Of The MoonNASA has taken one giant leap toward the future of space exploration. Twin studies posted to the Nature Astronomy journal on Monday point to water found at the molecular level on the moon, and potentially more crystallized in ice on the dark side.
Trucks Of First Responders Broken Into At Evacuation Center In LovelandA U.S. Forest Service employee says someone broke into her company truck at the Embassy Suites in Loveland.
Officer Found Justified In Shooting Man Who Charged Him With A MacheteInvestigators say Heber Gonzalez was armed with a machete and charged toward an officer with with the machete raised in his hand.
A Few Extra Minutes with Justin SimmonsBroncos Safety Justin Simmons previews the challenges that come with rookie quarterback Justin Herbert and the Chargers this coming Sunday.
CSU Shuts Offices, Halts Classes Due To Heavy Snowfall In Fort CollinsColorado State University canceled its classes and closed its offices because of the snowstorm that left more than a foot of snow within some parts of the city.
Late Night Decision Leaves DPS Parents, Students Feeling FrustratedMonday was a frustrating day for many DPS parents, as the school district decided to switch to a 100% remote learning day late Sunday night.
Record Breaking Cold Possible TuesdayWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Menus For First-Ever Fall Denver Restaurant Week ReleasedVISIT Denver has unveiled the menus for its first ever Fall Denver Restaurant Week! More than 150 restaurants and new ones are being added daily.
Tri-County Health Department Shares Tips On Celebrating HalloweenHealth experts released guidelines for Colorado families to safely enjoy Halloween.
Federal Government Sends Antigen Tests To ColoradoThe U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is sending more than 1.5 million COVID-19 antigen tests to Colorado.
Preventing COVID-19: UCHealth Asking People Exposed To Virus To Try Regeneron Antibody TreatmentIf you live with someone who recently tested positive for COVID-19, UCHealth wants you to try an antibody treatment that could reduce your chance of being infected.
Adams County To Soon Be Under Level 3 RestrictionsAdams County residents will soon go back to Level 3 Safer-at-Home restrictions due to a rising number of coronavirus cases.
Due To COVID-19 Cases, Some Brighton City Offices To ClosedDue to an increase in coronavirus cases among employees, the city of Brighton is closing some buildings.
Accumulating Snowfall Mostly Done On Colorado's Front Range, See Monday a.m. Snow TotalsThe most snow in the Denver metro area was recorded in the northwestern section. The foothills of Boulder and Larimer Counties also got lots of snow.
Evacuations Orders Lifted For CalWood FireThe fast moving fire destroyed more than two dozen homes in Boulder County the weekend of Oct. 17-18.
Firefighters At Cameron Peak Fire Get A Break Thanks To SnowSnow and cold helped keep Colorado's largest wildfire in state history from any significant growth from Sunday into Monday.
'It Was Total Devastation': Resident Who Lost It All Helping Other East Troublesome Fire VictimsAs some Grand County residents are allowed return home and assess the damage caused by the East Troublesome Fire, others without a place to return to are helping.
Dr. Dave Raises Concerns About Increase In Colorado's Coronavirus CasesColorado is among the state's with an increase in the number of coronavirus cases. CBSN Denver's Makenzie O'Keefe talked with Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida about just how concerned we should be and what we can do to slow the spread.
Denver Opens Emergency Overflow Shelters For HomelessDenver's homeless shelters have been close to capacity due to bitterly cold weather.