A judge has delayed the preliminary hearings for three people accused of murdering an Aspen socialite.
Aspen is marking the unofficial start of summer with more skiing.
The Colorado state patrolman who was shot twice during a routine check on a vehicle in Glenwood Canyon on May 8 has been released from the hospital.
Hundreds of natural gas workers, contractors and their supporters say the Bureau of Land Management should not change dozens of energy leases it is reviewing, The Daily Sentinel reported Friday.
The lawyer for one of three people accused in the killing of Aspen socialite Nancy Pfister says the allegations against her are largely based on “self-serving statements” of Pfister’s assistant, who is also a suspect.
It’s spring time in the Rockies and with a long winter behind them, the bears are back and they’re hungry.
A federal appeals court has upheld a U.S. Forest Service decision allowing new ski terrain on Burnt Mountain in the Snowmass ski area near Aspen.
Three suspects in the murder of an Aspen socialite were back in court on Wednesday as attorneys fight over releasing documents in the case.
Thousands of people in the high country celebrated a great ski season on Sunday, but it was closing day at a number of Colorado resorts, including Vail.
The owner of an Aspen dog-sledding operation has pleaded not guilty to animal cruelty charges, and a judge scheduled a trial for October.