National Park Service

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Another Killed, More Injured By Lightning Strike In Rocky Mountain National Park

More people were injured by a lightning strike on Saturday after a strike killed a woman and injured seven others on Friday.

07/12/2014

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Rescue Effort On For Injured Man In Rocky Mountain National Park

Crews are working to rescue a stranded, injured man in Rocky Mountain National Park.

06/29/2014

Mesa Verde National Park (credit: Jason Hussong)

Mesa Verde Seeks Public Comment On Reducing Overcrowding

Changes could be coming to Mesa Verde National Park as park officials are asking for the public’s help on how to deal with overcrowding.

06/25/2014

The Milner-Schwarz farmhouse (credit: ci.loveland.co.us)

19th-Century Loveland Home On National Register

A years-long effort to save a 19th-century Loveland house from demolition and then rehabilitate it has culminated with the home’s placement on the National Register of Historic Places.

04/10/2014

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5 People Killed In Ouray County Plane Crash

Friends and family are mourning five people that were killed in a plane crash in Ouray County.

03/24/2014

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National Parks Waive Entrance Fees

Entrance fees are being waived at Colorado’s national parks this weekend to celebrate Presidents Day.

02/15/2014

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National Parks To Waive Entrance Fees On MLK Day

Entrance fees are being waived at several national parks and monuments in Colorado on Monday to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

01/18/2014

Harold and Toni Henthorn (credit CBS)

Highlands Ranch Man Under Investigation After Freak Accidents Kill 2 Wives

Local and federal authorities are investigating the deaths of a Highlands Ranch man’s two wives which took place 18 years apart from each other.

10/31/2013

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Rocky Mountain National Park Will Reopen With State Funds

The National Park Service has allowed Colorado to reopen Rocky Mountain National Park by using state funds.

10/11/2013

Longs Peak (credit: James Varner of Castle Pines)

2 Stranded Hikers On Longs Peak Make It To Safety

A pair of hikers made it down one of Colorado’s highest peaks on their own Friday after being stranded by an ice storm for two days, the National Park Service said.

09/13/2013

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