Silo Imploded As Company Shuts Down Oxbow Coal MineCrews in Somerset imploded a silo at the Oxbow Mine Friday morning.
Palisade Officers Break Out In Song To Show Support For Fellow Law EnforcementTwo police officers in the town of Palisade on the Western Slope had a fun way of showing support for their brothers and sisters in blue.
Hunter Pleads Guilty In Death Of Grand Junction TeenA Minnesota hunter has pleaded guilty in the accidental shooting and killing of a 14-year-old boy on Colorado's Western Slope in September of last year.
Hunter Accused Of Shooting, Killing Teen On Western Slope Offered Plea DealA plea deal has been offered to a Minnesota hunter accused of accidentally shooting and killing a 14-year-old boy on Colorado's Western Slope back in September.
Second Doctor Pleads Guilty In Colorado Painkiller CaseA former Western Slope doctor has made a plea deal with prosecutors over charges that he and another physician overprescribed painkillers to patients, four of whom died of overdoses.
32 Arrested, 20,000 Pot Plants Recovered After Raid On Grow Sites On Public LandsA total of 32 people have been arrested and 20,000 marijuana plants seized in a series of raids on illegal marijuana cultivation sites around Colorado.
Rangers Find 2 Marijuana Grows On BLM Land In Western ColoradoTwo large pot growing sites have been discovered on land that belongs to the Bureau of Land Management in Colorado.
Wildfire On Western Slope Tops 100 Acres, Burns 4 OutbuildingsFirefighters in Colorado on Friday will mop up a wildfire west of Meeker.
I-70 Reopens After Rock Slide In Glenwood CanyonOfficials have reopened Interstate 70 in both directions on Thursday afternoon after a rock slide in Glenwood Canyon several hours earlier.
Despite Poor Snowpack, Good Planning Has Colorado Above Average For WaterIt appears drought restrictions may not be necessary this year, according to Denver Water -- despite water becoming a scarcity in the states to the west. Although the annual watering rules will still be in place.
Lawmaker Wants Study On Managing Colorado Bear PopulationA Colorado lawmaker who has called for the state to add a summer month to the hunting season for black bears will instead try to persuade officials to study bear overpopulation and how to reduce conflicts with humans.
Colorado Cleans Up After Snow Sweeps Through StateChilly temperatures remain after a snowstorm brought sub-freezing temperatures and several bad traffic accidents over the weekend.