Crews Locate Body Of Missing Rafter In Dinosaur National MonumentThe body of a woman missing after a commercial raft flipped near the Utah border has been located.
Rafter Missing Since Friday In Dinosaur National Monument A woman is missing after a commercial raft flipped near the Utah border.
With No New Growth, Firefighters Scale Back At Moffat County WildfireFirefighters battling a wildfire that broke out last Saturday in Moffat County near the town of Dinosaur have scaled down on Thursday to due minimal growth.
Coroner Releases Identity Of Denver Man Who Drowned Rafting Green RiverThe Moffat County Coroner's Office on Tuesday released the name of a 34-year-old Denver man who drowned while rafting on the Green River in Dinosaur National Monument on Saturday.
Swift Waters Claim 3 Lives In Colorado Over WeekendSwift water in Colorado claimed three lives over the weekend in Colorado, with one man still missing. Authorities are urging everyone to stay out of rushing rivers and creeks.
Crew Recovers Body Of Rafter Who Drowned In Dinosaur National MonumentThe body of a missing rafter who drowned on the Green River in Dinosaur National Monument on Saturday has been recovered.
Rafter Drowns On Green River In Dinosaur National MonumentOfficials in Moffat County in the northwestern corner of Colorado confirmed an apparent drowning on the Green River near Echo Park at Dinosaur National Monument.
Colorado Teen, Grandma Dead In Eastern Utah RolloverA Colorado teen and her 64-year-old grandmother are dead after a rollover crash in eastern Utah over the weekend.
Saving The Old Spanish TrailWhen the Old Spanish Trail Association met in Cortez recently for its annual conference, several speakers said that the remnants of the trail from Santa Fe to Los Angeles may well be lost.
Colorado Water Board Backs Study Of Wyoming PipelineColorado water officials have agreed to spend $72,000 to explore a proposal to divert water from Wyoming to the Front Range.
Study Looks At Impacts Of Flaming Gorge DiversionsA study commissioned by an environmental policy group says diverting water from the Flaming Gorge Reservoir and Green River in Wyoming to Colorado could hurt tourism and recreation in the area, though effects could be mitigated.