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Georgetown Brings In Snow Guns To Get A White Christmas

One mountain town is showing us just how badly the high country could use a fresh blanket of snow.

12/08/2012

Snow making under way at Loveland Ski Area (credit: Dustin Schaefer)

Loveland Ski Area Starts Making Snow

Another Colorado ski area has fired up the snowmaking machines.

10/04/2012

Sheila Schwartz of Boulder took this photo on Sept. 16 at the Maroon Bells Scenic Area near Aspen.

Aguilera Shares Good Drives For The Early Fall Colors

Because of the long, dry, drought of the last spring and summer Colorado’s annual fall color change in the mountains is happening one to two weeks ahead of schedule.

09/20/2012

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CDOT Says Zipline Next To I-70 Is Slowing Down Traffic

Since Memorial Day weekend a new zipline has run along Interstate 70 west of Idaho Springs, and officials with the Colorado Department of Transportation say drivers are slowing down to watch.

08/15/2012

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More Communities Cancel Public Fireworks Displays

More communities announced Wednesday the cancelation of public fireworks displays.

06/27/2012

Catholic Nuns (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Opinion: Nuns Tour To Protest Ryan Budget

A group of Catholic nuns have started a bus tour challenging the Ryan budget plan and its cuts to social programs.

06/21/2012

Guanella Pass opens after years of construction (credit: CBS)

Guanella Pass Reopens In Time For Summer

Just in time for summer sightseeing one of Colorado’s most scenic roads has reopened after years of construction.

05/25/2012

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Loveland Ski Area Holds Mass Wedding

Dozens of couples donned ski goggles, winter coats, and skis or snowboards to mark Valentine’s Day by saying “I do” during a mass mountaintop ceremony at Colorado’s Loveland Ski Area.

02/14/2012

An image from a video recreation of the deadly accident by the U.S. Chemical Safety Board. (credit: CBS)

Paint Company To Pay $1.65M In Xcel Fire Deaths

A California specialty painting company pleaded guilty Monday to five counts of violating federal workplace safety rules that resulted in the deaths of five workers at a Colorado power plant in 2007.

12/19/2011

An image from a video recreation of the deadly accident by the U.S. Chemical Safety Board. (credit: CBS)

Attorneys: Firm To Plead In Power Plant Deaths

Attorneys say a California company could enter a plea deal in the deaths of five workers at a Georgetown-area power plant in 2007.

12/01/2011

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