A major highway near Manitou Springs is temporarily closed while road crews clean up a large rockslide.
Highway 24 over Tennessee Pass is expected to be completely reopened Friday evening after for the first time since a sinkhole shut it down.
U.S. 24 near Manitou Springs is back open following a mudslide triggered by heavy rain in the Waldo Canyon burn area.
Highway 24 over Tennessee Pass opened to single-lane traffic on Monday for the first time since a sinkhole shut it down.
The Colorado Department of Transportation says one lane of Highway 24 over Tennessee Pass will re-open early next week.
Repair work is starting on a 100-foot-deep hole beside U.S. 24 on Tennessee Pass.
The story behind a sinkhole near Leadville runs deep. A 100-year-old railroad tunnel under the road collapsed.
U.S. 24 is closed north of Leadville because a sinkhole 100 feet deep and 20 feet across opened beside the road, apparently caused by the collapse of an abandoned railroad tunnel far below.
Heavy rain near Leadville forced the Colorado Department of Transportation to close Highway 24 near Tennessee Pass on Monday.
Utility crews are working to restore power in areas where evacuees have been allowed to return and are asking homeowners not to turn on their own natural gas.