The PPIHC takes place on a 12.42 mile stretch of the Pikes Peak Highway that boasts 156 turns and 4,720 feet of elevation gain from the start line at 9,390 feet.
Cañon City police posted photos of an owl they rescued Tuesday morning after they said they found it cold and dehydrated.
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources says Matt Smiley of Fairplay caught his 48-inch fish at Flaming Gorge on May 4.
Why are so many areas along the Front Range like Denver and Colorado Springs so susceptible to hail, and is there anything we can do about it? First Alert 5 Meteorologist Sam Schreier explains why our area sees hail so frequently.
Colorado State Patrol was able to save a fawn that was born shortly after a motorcycle hit its mother Thursday morning on I-70.
The National Forest Service said volunteers picked up a total of 5,000 pounds of trash along Gold Camp Road during an event last weekend.
Due to concerns about extreme conditions due to runoff from the snowpack, Colorado Parks & Wildlife has closed off the Arkansas River below the dam at Lake Pueblo State Park to people in inner-tubes or using non-whitewater boats.
Some of our favorite viewer photos sent to KOAA in May of 2019.
It’s now been 6 years since the Black Forest Fire burned through Southern Colorado. News5’s Shayla Girardin brings us the story of one man is doing everything he can to restore the community.
Medano Creek is currently flowing above-average annual peak flow and rising. After a very cold, snowy winter and spring, temperatures are finally warming and bringing good runoff.
Signs are posted in the area of the closure, and more information is available on the Pikes Peak Ranger District website and social media pages.
Cool temperatures this spring delayed the seasonal runoff along the Arkansas River. Snow pack levels remain at 500 to 600 percent of average and whitewater rafting/kayaking season could stretch well into August.
An 18-year old Colorado Springs man is dead after he lost control of his car and crashed into the backyard of a home.
Concerns about historically low water levels at Blue Mesa Reservoir are a thing of the past with the huge amounts of snow received in Colorado this winter and spring.
The Top of the World Rodeo =, elevation 9,600 feet, kicks off in Cripple Creek this Saturday. There will be a full weekend of competitions and of course mutton busting. Tickets are still available for all events.