Extreme Heat Buckles Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Tracks It's not just roads that are buckling under Colorado's extremely hot temperatures. Railroad tracks are also feeling the heat.
Funeral Service Held For Blue Angels Pilot In DurangoPeople waving flags and standing at attention said goodbye Saturday to a Blue Angels pilot who was killed in a crash while practicing for an air show.
Blue Angels Pilot To Be Buried In DurangoA private burial ceremony for a Blue Angels pilot who was killed in a crash while practicing for an airshow is planned for Saturday.
Pilot: Blue Angels Will Fly Again 'When The Time Is Right'During an emotional candlelight vigil in Florida, members of an elite flight demonstration squad said goodbye to one of its pilots, Marine Capt. Jeff Kuss.
Blue Angels Pilot Killed In Crash Being Honored In FloridaDurango is getting ready to honor a Blue Angels pilot killed in a crash in Tennessee last week.
Colorado Family: Blue Angels Pilot Killed In Crash Dreamed Of FlyingA Blue Angels pilot who died when his F/A-18 fighter jet crashed near Nashville, Tennessee, had wanted to fly since he was a child, relatives said.
Police Say Pot Theft Behind Slaying Of Fort Lewis StudentPolice say four Arizona men arrested in the fatal shooting of a college student in Durango planned to steal a large amount of marijuana from his house.
1 Dead After Home Invasion, Shooting In DurangoOne man was shot and killed during a home invasion in Durango early Tuesday morning.
Body Of Man Discovered On Bank Of Animas RiverThe body of a man was found along the banks of the Animas River behind a home in Durango on Saturday afternoon.
Woman's Body Found In Animas River, Deemed SuspiciousA fly fisherman spotted her body about 12:30 p.m. Saturday and called 911.
Black Bear Study Shows Eating Human Food Helps And HurtsColorado researchers say black bears that eat human foods from trash cans have higher reproductive rates than those living on natural foods.
House Member: Colorado Mine That Fouled Rivers Breached On PurposeThe Republican chairman of a congressional panel investigating a 3-million-gallon spill of toxic wastewater from an inactive Colorado gold mine said Tuesday the mine was purposely breached by a government cleanup team.