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Colorado College Students Get Stranded In Utah Wilderness

Five college students are said to be in good condition Monday after they were found stranded in the snow in the Utah wilderness.

11/25/2013

Red Mountain Resort

Most Relaxing Resorts In The United States

Embark upon a relaxing trip away from crowds and heavy traffic and into calmer, more peaceful destinations.

10/22/2013

Patrick Neal Schumacher after being released from custody (credit: CU Police Department)

Man Accused Of Riding Horse While Drunk Back On Trek To Utah

A man suspected of riding a horse under the influence of alcohol in Boulder on Monday has been released from custody.

09/10/2013

The DC-10 at the Black Forest Fire (credit: CBS)

Hickenlooper: Governors Talk Regional Fire Fleet

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said Tuesday there are initial talks with Western governors about sharing a regional aerial fleet to fight fires, although the idea is far from reality at the moment.

07/02/2013

A C-130 tanker (credit: CBS)

Hickenlooper To Propose Regional Firefighting System At WGA Meeting

There’s now a proposal to get Colorado more wildfire fighting resources.

06/25/2013

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Neighboring States Pledge Help Against Colorado Wildfires

Wyoming and Utah are sending resources to Colorado to help with the wildfires burning in the state.

06/14/2013

Colorado flag (credit: CBS)

Small Quake Shakes Colorado, Utah Area

A small earthquake was felt in southwestern Colorado and southeastern Utah.

01/24/2013

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No. 23 Colorado Women Defeat Utah 56-43

Jen Reese scored 11 points to lead No. 23 Colorado over Utah 56-43 Sunday, in their second meeting this week.

01/13/2013

Drugs seized in the raid (credit: Denver Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force)

DEA: Cocaine Smugglers Used Secret Compartments Inside Cars

A task force says it has shut down a major cocaine trafficking operation running from California to Colorado.

09/27/2012

Cutthroat trout (credit: nas.er.usgs.gov)

Officials Poison Fish To Make Way For Native Trout

Utah wildlife officials are killing every fish in a group of high-elevation lakes and streams to make way for a restocking of native Colorado River cutthroat trout.

09/15/2012

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