Skier Dies In Backcountry Avalanche After Heavy SnowfallA skier is dead after getting caught in an avalanche in southwestern Colorado.
Skiers, Snowboarders Rejoice With Fresh Powder From SnowstormNearly a foot of fresh powder blanketed Colorado’s playground to the joy of skiers and snowboarders on Sunday.
Winter Storm: Two Reasons Sunday Storm Was ImportantOur big Sunday blast of snow is significant in more ways than one.
DPS Issues Weather Delay For Some Schools MondayDenver Public Schools issued a delayed start for schools that begin at 8:30 a.m.
Town Holds Annual Bonfire & Fireworks CelebrationThe town of Frisco started a bonfire to get rid of their Christmas trees on Saturday.
Snow Storm Impacts Roads, FlightsSunday's snow storm continued to take a toll on flights in and out of Denver International Airport.
Crews Rescue 'Tired' Deer From Frozen ReservoirThe West Metro Dive Team rescued a deer from the frozen over Main Reservoir in Lakewood on Sunday.
Denver Deploys Residential Plows For The First Time This SeasonThe City of Denver launched its team of smaller plows into the neighborhoods for the first time this season on Sunday.
Snow, Low Visibility Forces I70 Closure In Eastern PlainsSunday's snow storm forced transportation officials to close both directions of Interstate 70 between Airpark Road near Watkins and Burlington.
Amid Government Shutdown, Roads Go Unplowed At Rocky Mtn. National ParkThe Rocky Mountain National Park remains open despite the federal government shutdown.
Demonstrators Brave Snow In Northern ColoradoSunday's snow storm didn't stop demonstrators in Steamboat Springs from marching for a number of issue including women's rights.
Surveillance Video Shows Suspect In Restaurant Armed RobberyVail police want to find the accused armed robber who held up a fast food restaurant.