Colorado Drought Already Sparking Water RestrictionsThe bleak drought situation across much of Colorado is already triggering at least voluntary water restrictions in some communities.
'Wonderful Spring Snowstorm' Brings Back Memories For Mountain ReporterA spring snowstorm on May 3, 2001, brought feet of snow to one part of southern Colorado, buried towns and left many people stranded inside their homes.
Gunman With Ties To Colorado Arrested In Waffle House ShootingThe man wanted for opening fire at a Waffle House restaurant in Nashville had a Colorado driver's license, according to Nashville police.
Natural Gas Service Shut Off For Thousands; Restoration To Take DaysAround 4,000 homes and businesses in Salida and Poncha Springs were without natural gas because of a broken pipeline.
Parents Surprised With Baby Boy On April Fool's DayA pair of new parents in Salida got an April Fool's surprise on Sunday.
Disease-Resistant Rainbow Trout Readied For State's RiversWhen you hold 'hope' in your hands, you wear gloves. You dress in several layers. And, occasionally, you take a break and stand by the heater.
Big Horn Sheep Relocated To Improve Herd's HealthA herd of big horn sheep have been relocated to improve their chances of survival.
Donate Canned Food, Get A Free Lift TicketDonate canned food and get a free lift ticket! That is the deal at one small ski area in Colorado on Monday.
At Least 20 High School Students Involved In Sexting InvestigationSome Colorado high school students are now part of a sexting investigation in Salida.
Solider From Ohio Killed In Snowboarding Crash In ColoradoA snowboarder killed when he hit a tree at a Colorado ski area was a 23-year-old soldier from Ohio.
USGS Reports 3.6 Earthquake Near SalidaThe time of the quake was at 3:17 pm.
Emergency Responders Square Off On The Softball FieldA Colorado mountain community came together to raise awareness and help prevent domestic violence- on the softball field.