Steamboat Ski Resort Moves Forward With Many Improvements As Opening Day Pushes Back



Snow falls on destruction in Louisville a day after the Marshall fireSnow began to fall on Friday afternoon, less than 24 hours after a fire raged through the Louisville and Superior neighborhoods.

Damage investigation: Hundreds of homes destroyed but no casualties reported in Marshall fire in SuperiorBoulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle told a news briefing on Friday that so far there have been no reported casualties or deaths in the Marshall fire. Fires are still smoldering in neighborhoods across Boulder County.

Marshall Fire: Daylight provides glimpse into devastation in Superior and LouisvilleWhen the sun rose on Friday morning, we got a glimpse of the damage from the Marshall fire that ravaged Superior and Louisville on Thursday.

Digital TV news 12/31/21CBS4 covers Colorado first.

Fire to Ice very quickly for New Years EveLook at the forecast from meteorologist Ashton Altieri.

Wind gusts are still blowing embers in Boulder County at 11 p.m. ThursdayCBS4 reporter Marissa Armas was in Cherryvale and Marshall in Boulder County at 11 p.m. and gusts of wind are still stoking the flames and embers.

Devastating fire conditions leading up to a snowstorm on New Years EveWatch Dave Aguilera’s forecast

Law enforcement officer injured in response to Marshall fireA Boulder County law enforcement officer was injured in the response to the Marshall fire in Boulder County on Thursday, but is expected to recover.

Rescuers head to fire area in Louisville to save cattleDozens of rescuers flocked to Louisville to rescue cattle in the fire zone Thursday night.

Fire rages in the neighborhoods of SuperiorCBS4 reporter Jeff Todd was in the 800 block of Eldorado Circle in Superior as the team tried to stop the flames from blowing up from one side of the street to the other.

Wildfire erupts near Cherryvale & MarshallExtreme winds blew the flames deeper into neighborhoods in Boulder County.

The winds will ease overnight with snow for FridayWatch Dave Aguilera’s forecast

Barry Morphew murder trial judge steps downThe judge overseeing Barry Morphew’s murder trial withdrew from the case on Thursday.

Countless homes burn in Superior, Broomfield and Louisville on Thursday nightCBS4 reporter Marissa Armas reported live from Boulder County Thursday night.

Stock Show still planning to return despite OmicronThe National Western Stock Show is still planning to go as planned in January. COVID-19 resulted in the event being canceled for just the second time in history last year. The Omicron variant continues to spread rapidly across the state, but Stock Show organizers say they are ready to ensure the safety of guests.

Fire burns houses in the upper roomEntire neighborhoods have caught fire – and high winds are spreading the fire to more homes and businesses.

Fire burns hundreds of homes in Louisville and SuperiorNearly 600 homes were destroyed in the Marshall fire, along with hotels, shopping malls and businesses.

Burning houses in Boulder CountyCBS4’s Marissa Armas reports live from Boulder County.

Fire evacuations for residents of Superior and LouisvilleIntense winds fan the flames in extremely dry conditions in Boulder County, forcing evacuations, highway closures and blackouts.

Very windy before the approaching snowstormMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.

Denver Broncos 2021 Game Vlog – Week 16 vs Las Vegas RaidersGet a first-person look at what it’s like to cover a Denver Broncos game with the sports department and their game day vlogs. In this week’s episode: Our team does the Mandalay Bay Sports Book Morning Show, Preview Allegiant Stadium and take to the field before / after the game with the Broncos.

Digital TV news 30-12-21CBS4 covers Colorado first.

Wind, snow and cold to end 2021 across ColoradoMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.

Jeanette Vizguerra leaves the sanctuary, ready for a more permanent solutionInside the church in which she has lived for nearly three years, Jeanette Vizguerra served cake to many who helped her as she fought her deportation.



Comments are closed.