Alaska State Troopers say a 35-year-old skier from Colorado has died and another person has been injured in an avalanche northwest of Haines, in southeast Alaska.
A proposal to allow Colorado business owners and employees to use deadly force against suspected intruders faces its toughest test yet in the state Senate on Monday.
A U.S. military commander says the international effort to bring fuel to an iced-in Alaskan city is a promising sign for cooperation in the Arctic.
Many American troops will come home from Iraq for good this week. That includes Capt. Mitchell Marzo, an Army physician who was scheduled to return home Monday night.
A group planning to nominate an independent presidential candidate online has won a spot on Colorado’s 2012 ballot.
All over the U.S. more parents are opting out of vaccinations for their children and Colorado has one of the highest rates of exemptions in the country.
Some Frontier Airlines passengers said they were left without oxygen masks during an in-flight emergency last month.
The bear spent the day nestled in a tree Tuesday just one block from Adams State College.
The Denver teen who was mauled by a bear while on a outdoor trip to Alaska has been released from the hospital.
The Denver teenager mauled by a bear in the Alaskan wilderness talked from his hospital bed while he’s been recovering in Anchorage.