An investigation was underway by federal and other authorities after someone smashed computers and other equipment and set fire to the federal Bureau of Land Management office in Gunnison.
Investigators say a fire at a Bureau of Land Management office is suspicious.
Colorado wildlife officials say they see no signs that hunters across the country are boycotting Colorado because of new laws meant to curtail gun violence, but they won’t know for sure until October or November.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials say they have euthanized a bear that killed about 40 chickens near Paonia.
Police have identified a man who drowned on Hawaii’s Big Island.
Authorities say two young children are dead following a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 50 east of Gunnison.
A Gunnison man with a lengthy legal past allegedly strangled his 71-year-old uncle to death amid a drunken discussion gone wrong, the first homicide in the Colo. town in 30 years.
Colorado cattlemen say millions of dollars spent protecting the Gunnison sage grouse will be wasted if the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service goes ahead with plans to protect the chicken-like bird as an endangered species.
The Federal Aviation Administration is deploying dish-less plane tracking technology on the Western Slope to help pilots navigate through bad weather.
The third stage route took riders from Gunnison to Aspen over both Cottonwood and Independence passes, but the U.S. Forest Service wanted to make sure fans didn’t camp out for a good spot on Independence Pass.