College Students Vandalize Native American RuinsFort Lewis College in Durango is looking into a case of vandalism involving students.
Durango School Buses Banned From Traveling Red Mountain PassDurango School District 9-R buses will no longer be allowed to travel over Red Mountain Pass in the San Juan Mountains.
Hesperus Ski Area Has New Owner, Improvements Could Be ComingA ski area west of Durango has a new owner.
Navy: Pilot Error Primary Cause Of Fatal Blue Angels CrashA report cited pilot error as the primary cause of the crash during a Blue Angels flight that claimed the life of Colorado native Marine Capt. Jeff Kuss.
2 Llamas On The Lam After Mountain HikeA search was underway on Friday for two llamas that were left behind in the mountains of southwestern Colorado.
Colorado Man Dies In Flash Flood In Northern New MexicoAuthorities say a Colorado man who was a former New Mexico police officer has died trying to drive across a flooded wash.
Crews Fully Contain 2 Smaller Wildfires Near Eagle And DurangoTwo smaller wildfires that broke out in Colorado on Wednesday have been 100 percent contained.
2 New Wildfires Break Out Near Eagle And DurangoTwo new wildfires broke out in Colorado on Wednesday. One fire is sending up a lot of smoke near Eagle. Another wildfire is burning south of Durango in the Black Ridge area.
Crews Wrap Up Search In Dylan Redwine's DeathAuthorities say they've uncovered items of interest during a search for evidence related to the death of a 13-year-old boy who went missing in 2012 and whose remains were later discovered in southwestern Colorado.
More 'Items Of Interest' Found Related To Death Of Dylan RedwineMore items of interest related to the death of Dylan Redwine have been found, according to the La Plata County Sheriff's Office.
Crews Search For Clues In Dylan Redwine Death InvestigationCrews from across Colorado are helping in the search for clues in the death of Dylan Redwine. The 13-year-old disappeared before Thanksgiving 2012 and his remains found months later.
Experts: Keep Your Distance From WildlifeState wildlife officers are reminding people visiting Colorado to keep a safe distance from wild animals after a fawn was separated from its mother and had to be euthanized.