More than a hundred municipalities across Colorado are holding elections this week on everything from tax increases and marijuana to plastic bags.
The Olympic gold medalist missed a gate early in her run at the U.S. championships on Saturday as her aching knees were unable to withstand the bumps on the rutted hill.
The 37th annual Wells Fargo Cup took place over the weekend. The event is a fundraiser for the National Sports Center for the Disabled.
Four people have now died in Colorado avalanches this winter, following three deaths over the weekend.
The Colorado Department of Transportation planned to run pace cars on Interstate 70 all the way from Silverthorne to Floyd Hill on Sunday, but that didn’t happen after they ran into an unexpected problem.
Once again Denver Parks and Recreation is bringing a bit of the mountains to the city. The Ruby Hill Railyard opens on Jan. 11.
The Colorado Avalanche Information Center is warning of dangerous conditions in the backcountry after a telemark skier triggered a large avalanche near Winter Park.
It is one of the more bizarre outcomes of our mortgage crisis — illegal occupation of homes.
Many American troops will come home from Iraq for good this week. That includes Capt. Mitchell Marzo, an Army physician who was scheduled to return home Monday night.
With the Ski Train shut down this year, skiers and boarders have a new way to travel Interstate 70 into the high country with luxury ski buses.