A federal court judge convicted a Colorado business owner who claimed he was “not getting noticed being super ‘eco this’ and ‘eco that’” with using U.S. Forest Service lands without permission in his social media campaign.

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Barry Bledsoe Faces 37 Charges For Alleged Arsons & Burglary In GreeleyGreeley police arrested a man they say set several fires, damaged property and turned off the power to a 24-unit apartment complex.
Update On Shooting Outside Rocky Mountain National ParkA National Park Service ranger was shot by a suspect outside Rocky Mountain National Park.
Ranger Shot By Suspect Outside Rocky Mountain National ParkTwo people were injured in a shooting Wednesday morning outside Rocky Mountain National Park at the east entrance from Estes Park.
Boys & Girls Clubs Teach Responsibility, Provide Help For Struggling FamiliesMany members think of the Boys & Girls Clubs as second home, and the club often fill that role.
An Inmate At A Federal Prison In Colorado Has Died Following A FightThirty-three year old Jamarr Thompson was pronounced dead on Monday.
2 Injured In Shooting Outside Rocky Mountain National Park At Estes Park EntranceTwo people were injured in a shooting Wednesday morning outside Rocky Mountain National Park at the Estes Park entrance.
Crews Respond To Fire In Wheat Ridge That Destroys 5 Apartment UnitsWest Metro and Arvada firefighters worked together in the response to a fire at apartments in Wheat Ridge Wednesday morning that caused evacuations and made five homes uninhabitable.
Colorado Mountains, Ski Areas Expected To Get Much-Needed Snow This WeekThe runs at Steamboat Ski Resort are showing a lack of snow and warm temperatures are keeping the snowmaking guns from making up the difference.
New Bike Signs Remind Motorists Of State LawA new sign on Colorado roads will remind drivers of the bicycle law that gives them 3 feet of clearance.
Nonprofits Organize Mobile Market For ParentsTwo Denver nonprofits teamed up to provide supplies for parents in need.
2 People Arrested, Accused Of Running 'Chop Shop' In GreeleyGreeley police arrested two people for allegedly operating a suspected so-called chop shop.
Dogs Sniff Out Possible Danger At State Capitol As Newest Members Of Colorado State PatrolThere are some new members of the Colorado State Patrol on duty at the state Capitol.
Join 'Granny' In Denver's Five Points For In-Person Return Of The Holiday Favorite"Granny Dances to a Holiday Drum" will be performed at the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Theatre Dec. 11-19.
'Revitalizing Main Streets' Program Open For Additional Grant OpportunitiesGov. Jared Polis, along with his administration, and the Colorado Department of Transportation are working to help save people money and help small businesses through the "Revitalizing Main Streets Program."
So-Called 'Hell House' Back On The Market After RenovationThe house in Colorado Springs got a major makeover after tenants trashed it.
Coloradans Love Holiday Drive-In Series At Red RocksThe Holiday Drive-In at Red Rocks is a huge success
Alejandro Hernandez Identified As 4th Teen Charged As Adult In Hinkley High School ShootingA fourth teenager will be charged for his suspected role in a shooting at William C. Hinkley High School in November.
Scott Mathews Jr. On Trial For Deadly Shooting Of Jaharie Wheeler Over Fireworks DisputeA former Colorado Department of Corrections officer is on trial after prosecutors say he shot a man to death following a dispute about fireworks.
Together 4 Colorado Toy Drive Collection Day Is FridayMeet CBS4 newscasters, drop off toys at 2 different King Soopers locations on Friday.
Douglas County School Board Set To Consider Eliminating Mask Mandate For Students, Staff TuesdayThe Board of Education of Douglas County is expected to vote during a special meeting Tuesday on a resolution that will eliminate Douglas County School District's mask mandate in schools.
Hospitality & Tourism Sector Expected To Rebound Slower Than OthersIn 2022, economists predict Colorado will have more employees than before the COVID-19 pandemic began, but some sectors of business will take years to fully recover.
Colorado Economy Outlook Looking Somewhat OptimisticThe overall health of the economy has some hurdles to jump before it makes a full recovery.
Colorado Economy Outlook Looking Somewhat OptimisticLess than a month away until the new year, and the Colorado economy is looking for a fresh start.
CPW Begins Wildlife Surveys From Low-Altitude HelicopterOn Dec. 6, Colorado Parks and Wildlife started low-altitude helicopter flights to count deer and elk.

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