Good Samaritans Targeted In High Country CarjackingGood Samaritans who police say pulled over to help a car on the side of the road were carjacked at gunpoint and the suspects are on the run.
'Fractured Everywhere': Victim In Skiing Hit & Run Seriously InjuredBefore being hit while skiing at Vail Resorts last week, Patricia Koenig didn't need help getting out of bed. But now she can't do it on her own.
Moose 'Lost' In MinturnA moose in the high country got a little turned around Thursday.
Roaring Fork High Schools Online Threat: 'Spam Email'All Roaring Fork high schools were closed on Thursday and the elementary and middle schools placed on lock out after a threat made online that turned out to be a spam email.
Boarders, Skiers Scammed By Bogus Lift TicketsPolice in Vail are warning skiers and snowboarders about bogus ski ticket sales.
I-70 Reopens After Overturned Fuel Tanker Spills FuelAn overturned fuel tanker shut down both directions of Interstate 70 about two miles west of Gypsum. Westbound lanes reopened at 3 p.m.
Icy Conditions, Speed Blamed In Crash Involving DeputyA deputy with the Eagle County Sheriff's Office was involved in a crash on Interstate 70 on Wednesday morning. That crash was blamed on icy conditions.
Community Feels Deceived After Company Sells Lodge For Drug Rehab CenterResidents of a luxury community in Eagle County are angry over plans to turn a mountain lodge into a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility.
Brothers Arrested, Accused Of Running Illegal Pot GrowTwo brothers have been arrested and accused of running an illegal marijuana grow operation in Eagle County.
Teens Rescued After 2 Nights Stranded On Mountain Released From HospitalTwo teenagers, rescued after spending two nights stranded in the mountains, continue to recover after being released from University of Colorado Hospital with minor injuries, frostbite only to their toes and one thumb.
Teens Stranded In Mountains Recovering With Frostbite InjuriesThe teenagers, rescued after spending two nights stranded in the mountains, continue to recover at the University of Colorado Hospital with minor injuries, frostbite only to their toes and one thumb.
Teens Rescued At 12,000 Feet After Getting Lost Descending FourteenerTwo teenagers who went missing in the mountains were found safe on Wednesday afternoon.

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