Reminder: Secure Your Trash Cans, Bears Are Still OutThe Fremont County Sheriff's Office has a warning about bears.
3 Afghan Prison Workers Missing During Training In ColoradoThree Afghan prison employees who went missing over the weekend from a Colorado training facility weren't believed to pose a threat, a state prison official said Monday, and authorities remain most concerned about the visitors' welfare.
Missing Men From Afghanistan May Have Been Trying To Escape In ColoradoThree men from Afghanistan are missing from Colorado.
Snapping Turtle Rescued From Colorado RoadIn an area of Colorado accustomed to finding rocks in the roadway, a passer-by encountered a snapping turtle on the pavement this week.
Another Coloradan Missing While Treasure HuntingAnother Coloradan is missing while searching for a treasure supposedly buried in the mountains of New Mexico.
More Cities Cancel Fireworks DisplaysTwo Colorado resort cities have cancelled their Fourth of July fireworks displays due to the recent hot, dry weather.
Lightning-Caused Wildfire Grows In Fremont CountyFire crews are battling a wildfire burning in Fremont County.
Former Detective Charged After Possible Murder Evidence Found In Storage UnitFremont County prosecutors have charged a former detective with official misconduct and abuse of public records months after evidence, believed to be from the 2006 murder, was found in his personal storage unit.
Lawmakers Reach Compromise On Sexting BillState lawmakers have reached a compromise on a bill that makes consensual sexting by teenagers a civil infraction. Currently underage sexting is a felony.
Uncomfortable Dilemma: Colorado's Teen Sexting LawsTeen sexting is giving Colorado lawmakers an uncomfortable dilemma - when is a naughty photo between teens a modern form of flirting, and when is it child pornography?
Royal Gorge Park Busy This Spring Break 4 Years After Disastrous WildfireThe Royal Gorge is busy with spring break visitors after it reopened after a fire that nearly destroyed every structure in the park.
Christo Abandons 'Over The River' Project In ColoradoThe artist Christo says he has abandoned his plan to drape translucent fabric above portions of Colorado's scenic Arkansas River, a proposal that generated fierce opposition and a long court battle.

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