SEVERE WEATHER ALERT: Blizzard Warning set to go into effect for several Front Range counties tonight (Watch Latest Forecast)
Hurricane-Strength Winds Cause DamageHurricane-strength winds created 48 hours of headaches for some people living in Colorado's High Country.
Christo Abandons 'Over The River' Project In ColoradoThe artist Christo says he has abandoned his plan to drape translucent fabric above portions of Colorado's scenic Arkansas River, a proposal that generated fierce opposition and a long court battle.
Backcountry Skier Who Died Was Forest Service RangerThe backcountry skiers who died in the central Colorado mountains Thursday while he was being treated for hypothermia was a Forest Service ranger.
Lights Create Huge Christmas Tree On MountainsideKnown as the "Heart of the Rockies,” Salida will soon illuminate the side of a mountain- creating the nation's biggest Christmas tree.
No Grand Jury In Cold Case HomicideDespite pleas from police detectives, the Chaffee County District Attorney has decided not to convene a grand jury in the cold case disappearance of Beverly England.
Imagine A High Speed Train In The MountainsOne Colorado man has imagined a high speed train that would carry commuters and tourists along a 110-mile trip between Salida and Eagle.
Most Hayden Pass Fire Evacuees Allowed Back HomeMost of the people evacuated by the wildfire burning near Coaldale are back home and more are set to follow later this week.
Community Thanks Firefighters Battling Hayden Pass FireThe community living near the quickly growing Hayden Pass Fire in Fremont County is thanking firefighters on the front lines.
Hayden Pass Fire Grows To 13,000 AcresThe Hayden Pass Fire has grown to 13,000 acres as of Wednesday morning.
New Evacuations Ordered In Hayden Pass FireFire officials overseeing the battle against the Hayden Pass Fire will hold a community meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Cotopaxi High School.
Woman Killed In Rafting Accident On Arkansas RiverA Colorado woman was killed in a rafting accident Sunday on the Arkansas River.
Red Cross Apologizes For Pool PosterThe American Red Cross has apologized for a pool poster that some claim is racist.

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