The snow has been off-and-on in the high country since Saturday and more is expected there over the next few days. But it’s exactly what snowmobilers want to see.
The Colorado Avalanche Information Center shows nearly all of Colorado’s high country is ripe for an avalanche and forecasters have their eyes on how the new snow is going to change things.
This year the Colorado Department of Transportation is working hard to make the drive better. They’ve hired a new coordinator whose sole responsibility is to monitor Interstate 70 and the surrounding state highways.
An Air Force pilot from Colorado killed serving his country in the Middle East is being remembered in his hometown.
Prosecutors are outlining their case against a man accused of using a machete in an attack.
A construction company has been told to stop working after they hit a gas line, forcing the evacuation of homes in Vail Monday evening. It’s the same construction crew that hit a gas line forcing the evacuation of 900 hotel guests in Vail last Wednesday.
One defendant accused in a bizarre machete attack appeared in court for the first time Monday, and during that hearing the victim was accused of intimidating a witness.
A Colorado town is still cut off after flood waters destroyed the only road in and out. About half the people in Montezuma decided to stay behind, and while work is underway to restore access, it might take until Thursday.
Thousands of people in the high country celebrated a great ski season on Sunday, but it was closing day at a number of Colorado resorts, including Vail.
The snow has been falling non-stop in the high country, and while the ski resorts love it, it’s becoming a safety concern in some spots.