High Avalanche Danger Has Counties Doing Their Own MitigationAvalanches are always a concern this time of year in Colorado, and that has many counties busy doing their own mitigation work.
Brothers Caught In Avalanche Escape Separately, Think The Other's DeadA major avalanche was triggered in the Ophir backcountry Wednesday when two brothers were skiing a popular route.
Colorado Man Wanted For Threats To Officers Caught In NevadaThe Nevada Highway Patrol has arrested a 55-year-old man wanted on felony warrants in Colorado, where he's accused of threatening law enforcement officers.
Rock Slide Shuts Down Ophir Pass West Of SilvertonCrews are working to clean up a rock slide that shut down Ophir Pass west of Silverton on Wednesday.
Authorities Cracking Down On Illegal Camping In Durango AreaLocal and federal authorities are joining forces to crack down on illegal camping in southwestern Colorado, a growing problem highlighted by a series of bear attacks on people camping in Durango.
Transient Camp Found Near Telluride 'Tons Of Trash'Crews are assessing the damage and cost of clean-up after a huge transient camp was found near Telluride.
Backcountry Skier, Snowboarder Rescued After Christmas TrekAuthorities are warning backcountry skiers not to venture into remote areas if they are not experienced or prepared.
None Injured In Rollover On Mountain PassThis jeep was involved in a rollover accident on Black Bear Pass in San Miguel County, the sheriff's department said.
Utah Couple Rescued From Lizard Head WildernessA Moab, Utah couple who got lost while mushroom hunting in the Colorado backcountry are safe after being forced to spend the night in near freezing conditions.
Mountain Lion Stalks Hiker For 20 Minutes Near PlacervilleA warning has been issued for hikers in southwestern Colorado after a woman said a mountain lion stalked her for about 20 minutes.
3 Wildfires Handled By Firefighters On TuesdayHot and windy weather is blamed for causing three wildfires on Tuesday, including this one in El Paso County.
Sheriff Sends Video Of Party Trash In National Forest To ParentsSan Miguel County Sheriff Bill Masters says teens from a mountain town trashed a part of the forest, and they should know better than to litter their own back yard.