It's a Christian tradition every Easter.
Around the world, people attend sunrise services to celebrate. We went to Royal Gorge Easter morning where hundreds gathered.
As light began to hit the mountains near the Gorge, cars continued to drive over the bridge, and worship began for about 500... more »
With vacation just around the corner for many; high gas prices continue to eat away at those spring break budgets.
So, what do you do if you want to do something fun, but don't want to break the bank? News 5 has put together a list of options in... more »
The fire burning near Royal Gorge west of Canon City has been contained. A total of 628 acres are reported burned.
It took about 275 firefighters to finish containment. "Achieving 100 percent containment has taken a true interagency effort from every firefighter, law enforcement officer, and supporting resources involved... more »
While crews estimate the fire burning near the Royal Gorge is 65 percent contained, the efforts are "in good shape."
It started Monday along railroad tracks near Parkdale the number of acres burned has been downgraded to 600 acres. Containment is now estimated to happen sometime early Friday morning. ... more »
The fire burning near the Royal Gorge in Fremont County is now reported at 65 percent containment. The fire started earlier this week along the railroad tracks near Parkdale. The cause is still undetermined.
This afternoon Sheriff Jim Beicker told News First the fire had grown only slightly since... more »
The fire burning west of Canon City has knocked out power to dozens of homes.
Black Hills Energy reports about 90 homes in the Copper Gulch area southwest of the fire are without electricity because of damage to power lines. They are expected to be without power for several... more »
More than 100 firefighters are working to gain control of a wildfire burning west of Canon City near the Royal Gorge.
Buckskin Joes as well as all businesses and residences on 8 mile hill, County Road 61 and the southside of Highway 50 are evacuated. The Royal Gorge closed... more »