Bear Rescued From Culvert In Steamboat SpringsColorado Parks and Wildlife officers rescued a bear stuck in a culvert on a property in Steamboat Springs Tuesday morning. Katie Johnston reports.
DPS Superintendent Visited Discovery Link Site Where Some Students Are Together In PersonDiscovery Link is offering some students a place to do online learning in a classroom setting while being supervised.
Steep Terrain Is Making The Williams Fork Fire Difficult For Crews To Get A Handle OnThe William Forks fire continues to move away from Fraser and Tabernash, it has burned over 11,000 acres and is only 5% contained.
VIDEO: Bear Stuck In Culvert In Steamboat SpringsColorado Parks and Wildlife officers are headed to a property in Steamboat Springs, where a bear was found stuck in a culvert. Katie Johnston reports.
Pine Gulch Fire Continues To Grow, But Not As QuicklyThe Pine Gulch fire is now 47% contained and has burned over 134,000 acres, making it the second largest fire in Colorado history.
Grizzly Creek Fire Is Now 44% ContainedThe Grizzly Creek fire started on August 10th has burned over 32,000 acres but is now 44% contained.
The Cameron Peak Fire Continues To Burn With 0% ContainmentThe Cameron Peak fire burning west of Fort Collins has burned over 21,000 acres and is 0% contained.
Denver Sales Tax Increase To Fund Services For Homeless Will Be On November BallotDenver residents will be able to vote on a new retail sales tax that would be used to fund services for people experiencing homelessness. On Monday night, Denver City Council voted unanimously to put the sales tax initiative on the ballot.
A Bear That Was Injured In A Fire Has Been Released Back Into The WildA two year old bear that suffered burned paws has been released back into the wild.
The Department Of Public Health Has Awarded Nearly $6 Million To 25 Organizations To Help Feed Denver ChildrenTwenty-two percent of Denver residents struggle with hunger, this number is double what it was before the pandemic started.
Covid-19 Cases Continue To Rise At The University Of Colorado BoulderAfter students moved back to campus last week the university has recorded 10 new cases.
This Years Pike Peak International Hill Climb Will Happen Without Fans In PersonThe Pikes Peak International Hill Climb will take place as normal but no fans will be allowed in person, the event will be live streamed online though.
An Aurora Resident Was In Court Today For Shooing A Gun In The Air During May ProtestsFelix Alva was in court today over illegal gun possession charges and for firing the gun in the air during May protests.
Study: Children Born At 5,000 Feet Or High May Be Stunted In Growth And DevelopmentChildren born at 5,000 feet or more above sea level are typically smaller at birth and more likely to remain stunted than those born at lower altitudes, according to new worldwide research. Katie Johnston reports.
Northbound Lanes Of I-25 Reopen After Motorcycle CrashThe crash on Monday night had all northbound lanes at 120th Avenue shut down.
News Anchor Don Ward Dies, Was On The Air With KKTV For Nearly 15 YearsDon Ward suffered a heart attack while he was hiking and didn’t recover.
Cause Of Barn Fire In Westminster Under InvestigationThe fire happened on Monday afternoon.
Drowning Reported At Lake Granby In Grand CountyNearly 30 people have drowned in Colorado this year.
Rescue Crews Pull Car From River In Big Thompson CanyonTwo cars were involved and both drivers are okay.
Wildlife Officer Rescues Elk That Fell Into Pool In Estes ParkA Colorado Parks and Wildlife officer helped save an elk he’s already saved once before. The bull elk fell into a pool and became stuck.
Digital TV Newscast 8-25-20CBS4 is covering Colorado first!
Near Record Heat Again, Plus A Lot Of SmokeWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri’s forecast.
Westminster Residents Fight Rising Water RatesResidents filled the Westminster City Hall parking lot on Monday to protest sky high water rates.
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