10th Mountain Division Veteran Hits The Slopes At 92Most visitors making runs at Vail Resort Tuesday probably didn't know they were sharing trail space with a living legend.
Prosthetics, Ski Gear Stolen In High Country HeistThe hunt is on for whomever broke into the Adaptive Action Sports office at Copper Mountain and stole ski gear, cameras and thousands of dollars worth of prosthetic limbs.
Pot-Related ER Visits Increase Among Visitors To ColoradoPeople visiting some of Colorado’s mountain towns helped push Summit County to the top of the list for emergency room visits related to people getting high.
Public Help Sought In 2 Car Arson IncidentsJanuary ended with a pair of arson investigations in the High Country, and detectives are asking for the public to help them solve the case.
Decks Collapse Under The Weight Of Heavy SnowSnow and ice that measured in feet, not inches, last month continue to plague homeowners dealing with roof and deck collapses.
'It's A Mess': Postal Customers Complain Of Missing & Late MailThere's been some frustration at post offices in Summit County after some customers say they're missing mail, while others say they're getting mail a month later than expected.
Keystone Extends Its Ski SeasonKeystone Resort will be open to skiers and boarders for an extra week in the spring.
'Out Of The Ordinary' Snowfall Exhausts Residents, EquipmentAny long-time Summit County resident will tell you that this January has been out of the ordinary.
Use The Avalanche Beacon Training Park For FreeThe Summit County Rescue Group is letting people use the avalanche beacon training park in Frisco.
Man Hanging By Neck At Ski Resort Talks To EllenThe man who was rescued after falling off the chair lift at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area talked on Ellen Tuesday.
Moose Spotted Walking Through BreckenridgeA big moose was spotted walking through downtown Breckendridge.
After Collapse, Breckenridge Officials Urge Residents To Get Roofs InspectedIn the wake of a massive roof collapse near downtown Breckenridge Wednesday night, town officials are asking residents to have their own roofs inspected due to the threat of more collapses under the heavy wet snow.