On Dec. 6, Colorado Parks and Wildlife started low-altitude helicopter flights to count deer and elk.

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Survey: Peach Pie Is Colorado's Go-To PieIn the spirit of National Pie Day on Sunday, DelightedCooking compiled a list of favorite pies by state.
Denver Police Investigating Deadly Pedestrian CrashDenver police are investigating a crash which killed a pedestrian on Friday night.
Woman Stabbed To Death In Denver In Suspect Domestic Violence-Related IncidentDenver police responded to the area near West Colfax Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard after  a woman was reportedly stabbed to death. Officers were called out late Friday night.
Marshall Fire: Investigators Consider Underground Mine Fire In OriginThe Boulder County Sheriff's Office is investigating the possibility that an underground mine fire could be to blame.
Colorado Parks And Wildlife Stocks 11 Mile State Park With TroutColorado Parks And Wildlife stocked 11 Mile State Park with trout.
Front Office Destroyed In Fire At Marijuana Warehouse In DenverDenver Fire Department responded to a fire that destroyed the front office of a legal marijuana warehouse in the city Friday morning.
Colorado State Patrol Investigates Vehicle Off Highway 6, Partially In Clear CreekThe Colorado State Patrol said they will wait to recover a vehicle that went off US 6 and partially into Clear Creek on Friday.
VIDEO: West Metro Fire Rescue Crews Say Marshall Fire Was 'Most Challenging Fire... Had Ever Seen'More video shows what crews were up against as they pulled up to help fight the Marshall Fire in Boulder County.
Levi Diecidue Formally Charged In Denver New Year's Day Double MurderThe 22-year-old man suspected of shooting and killing two people in Denver's Ballpark Neighborhood in the early hours of New Year's Day now faces formal murder charges.
Sterlin Love Pleads Guilty To Theft After Trying To Steal Plan At Centennial AirportThe man who hopped the fence at Centennial Airport and tried to steal a jet has pleaded guilty. Sterlin Love, 31, pleaded guilty to two charges, including theft.
Snowboarder Who Died In Crash At Aspen Highlands Identified As 42-Year-Old Denver ManA snowboarder who died after crashing into a tree at Colorado's Aspen Highlands Ski Area has been identified as 42-year-old Trevor Crandall of Denver.
Alamosa 911 Dispatcher Arrested On Sexual Assault ChargeA 911 dispatcher with the Colorado State Patrol's Alamosa office was arrested Wednesday mid-afternoon after authorities were alerted to a possible sexual assault that occurred the night before.
Investigators Search For Man With 'Paw Print' Tattoo Accused Of Using Stolen Credit Card At Littleton WalmartJefferson County Sheriff's Office is searching for a man who is a accused of using a stolen credit card to buy gift cards at a Walmart in Littleton recently.
Patrick Gallagher Charged With Attempted Murder In Shooting Of Teenager Allegedly Breaking Into His TruckA 39-year-old Longmont man was arrested Tuesday night after police officers discovered a 13-year-old boy had suffered wounds from the man's alleged shotgun blast.
Colorado Is Adding Jobs Faster Than The National AverageThe rate of job growth last year was 4.4%.
'48 Hours' To Air Episode About Suzanne Morphew Murder CaseThis weekend "48 Hours" will feature a Colorado case of a missing mother now at the center of a murder investigation.
Champion Steers Visit Brown Palace Hotel For TeaThe tradition connected to the National Western Stock Show is back.
Front Office Destroyed In Fire At Legal Marijuana Warehouse In DenverDenver Fire Department responded to a fire that destroyed the front office of a legal grow house warehouse in the city Friday morning.
You Can Help The Denver Rescue Mission This WinterCBS4 and Denver Rescue Mission are joining forces to help Spread the Warmth this winter!
Denver International Airport Hosting Covid-19 Vaccine ClinicsDenver International Airport is hosting COVID-19 vaccine booster clinics for employees and passengers. There are 10 more clinics scheduled now through Feb. 28.
Idaho Springs Police Search For Daniel Martinez Accused Of Driving Into HomePolice in Idaho Springs are searching for a man they say drove a truck into the side of a house.
King Soopers Reaches Tentative Agreement With Union To End StrikeKing Soopers and the union representing workers on strike reached a tentative agreement Friday.
Denver Public School Board To Discuss Free Menstrual Products In SchoolsThe Denver Public School Board will discuss free menstrual products in all DPS schools.
RMNP Will Start Using Online Reservation System For Backpack Camping PermitsThe website will open for reservations on March 2nd.

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