Local and federal authorities are joining forces to crack down on illegal camping in southwestern Colorado, a growing problem highlighted by a series of bear attacks on people camping in Durango.
Wildlife officials confirm that the bear put down after attacking a man was the same bear wanted in another attack a week earlier.
Colorado is full of all-inclusive ranch resorts where guests hike, fish, play horseshoes and roast marshmallows. This one has a new offering — smoking pot.
Wildlife officials say garbage at campsites near Durango is to blame for attracting the bear that attacked a camper, seriously injuring him. That bear was put down.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife managers are hunting down a bear they say attacked two campers in southwestern Colorado over the weekend.
It’s perhaps the most popular one-man show in the country — Rob Becker’s “Defending the Caveman.” Now it’s back in Denver for a limited run at the Garner Galleria Theater with a Coloradan playing the lead role.
Durango is removing city benches to prevent loitering and panhandling.
Repairs have been made to Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad after a rock slide damaged the tracks. Train service has been returned to normal.
A rock slide discovered on Thursday morning significantly damaged the tracks of the Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.
The 213 Fire burning near Durango on Southern Ute tribal land on both sides of the Animas River is now 100 percent contained.