Colorado Supreme Court Upholds Aspen Bag FeeThe Colorado Supreme Court has upheld a 20-cent surcharge on grocery bags in the city of Aspen.
Crews Work To Open Independence Pass Before Holiday WeekendThe Colorado Department of Transportation is hoping to open Colorado 82 over Independence Pass before Memorial Day weekend.
Road Leading Up To Indepence Pass To Be Closed To Runners, CyclistsIndependence Pass is still closed to vehicles but runners and cyclists have been taking advantage of the highway that leads up to it.
Slasher Mystery Behind $3 Million Painting May Be SolvedThe mystery behind a $3 million painting, slashed by a man in disguise with a knife, appears to be solved.
Want To Visit Conundrum Hot Springs? You'll Need A PermitThe U.S. Forest Service is making changes to overnight camping in part of the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness in hopes that a popular natural hot springs area won't get "loved to death."
Skier In Deadly Avalanche Moved Backcountry To Get Away From MitigationThe Colorado Avalanche Information Center has released more details about the deadly avalanche that killed a member of Mountain Rescue Aspen.
Stolen Safes Prompt Police To Search For WitnessesPolice in Aspen need help tracking down some people who may have information about the theft of three small safes.
Mountain Rescue Crew Member Killed In Avalanche IdentifiedThe skier and member of Mountain Rescue Aspen who died in an avalanche over the weekend has been identified.
Member Of The Mountain Rescue Crew Dies In AvalancheAn avalanche in the area of Maroon Bowl, about seven miles outside of Aspen, killed a crew member of the Mountain Rescue Aspen.
Man Who Pushed Boarder Off Chairlift Begins Legal Process To Leave Mental HospitalA man found not guilty by reason of insanity for pushing a snowboarder off an Aspen chairlift is trying to get out of the mental hospital.
Suspect, But No Motive, In Bottles Found In Colorado RiverAuthorities in western Colorado have a suspect in the dumping of chemical-filled bottles in a river but don't have a motive so far.
'NBA Family' Mourns Loss Of Agent Killed In Colorado CrashLongtime NBA agent Dan Fegan was driving an SUV when he tried to merge onto a highway and was broadsided by a commuter bus near Aspen.