Search For Inmate Who Escaped From Job Outside JailThe search is on for an inmate who escaped from custody in La Plata County.
1 Killed, 3 Others In Critical In Townhome FireOne person was killed and three others critically injured, including two children, in a townhome fire.
Durango Considering Campground For Homeless AdultsColorado officials are considering the development of a regulated homeless campground in Durango.
Highway Gets Designation In Honor Of Fallen Blue Angels PilotThe Colorado Department Of Transportation on Monday honored a Blue Angels pilot who was killed a year ago when his plane crashed during a practice flight.
CDOT Has Been Addressing Infrastructure Needs, A Lot Of Funds NeededThe director of the Colorado Department of Transportation, Shailen Bhatt, toured cities across the state of Colorado, addressing infrastructure needs.
Colorado Activist Charged In Dispute On Utah Grazing LandAn environmental activist and her husband are facing charges stemming from a confrontation with ranchers in southeastern Utah.
Colorado Resident Has Been Picking Up Trash For 20 YearsIt's not always easy to explain why people do what they do, but these events help explain why Janet Reichl has picked up trash ever since she retired and moved to Durango 20 years ago.
Durango Will Keep Adding Fluoride In Water After VoteThe votes are in and residents of Durango say they want the city to keep putting fluoride in the water.
Bennet Slams Trump Agenda In Town HallSen. Michael Bennet is vowing to fight Donald Trump as he holds town halls across Colorado.
FCC Approves Deal To Allow Denver TV In Durango AreaPeople in southwest Colorado could soon be watching Denver-based television thanks to a decision by the Federal Communications Commission.
Sen. Gardner Answers Questions From Everywhere In ColoradoA week after hundreds of liberals staged a mock town hall to bash U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colorado, he held a telephone town hall with 10,000 people from all over the state.
Durango Herald Moves To 4-Per-Week Printed EditionsThe Durango Herald announced this week that they will be seriously scaling back the number of printed editions of their newspaper they publish.