After the Snake River chewed through a half-mile of the only road leading in and out of this small mountain community, crews made progress Friday reconnecting Montezuma to the rest of Summit County.
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.
Flooding has cut off access to the small Summit County town of Montezuma.
Flooding from the Snake River near Keystone forced the evacuation of the small mountain community of Montezuma and is destroying the only road in and out of town.
This year April 20 falls on Easter and events in the Denver metro area and mountain communities range from sunrise services to a redesigned marijuana rally.
Good news for skiers and boarders– several ski areas are extending their seasons thanks to fresh spring snow.
The neighbor of a Highlands Ranch man who was killed in an avalanche this week told CBS4 he thought his friend always put safety first when he went skiing.
The body of a Colorado man who was missing after an avalanche or series of avalanches in Summit County near Keystone Resort has been found.
Skiers and snowboarders headed up to Steamboat to hit the slopes after dark.
It may look like a gigantic sprinkler system from the ground, but CBS4 discovered that the snowmaking system at Keystone Ski Area is quite advanced.