Containment Slightly Increases At Cameron Peak FireFirefighters have contained 94% of the Cameron Peak Fire -- up slightly in recent days.
Winter Park Announces New Anticipated Opening DateWinter Park Resort officials officially announced Dec. 3 as the their opening date.
COVID In Colorado: With An Unusual Season At In-Bound Ski Areas, More Expected To Try BackcountryWith the snowpack finally starting to build, many are heading into the backcountry to ride and while there isn’t a lot of snow, the avalanche activity is increasing.
Beaver Creek Celebrates Milestone Birthday On Opening DayBeaver Creek is celebrating 40 years as it opened its slopes on Wednesday.
Colorado Weather: Gorgeous Sunshine Before The Next Storm Arrives On ThanksgivingColorado will lay between storm systems on Wednesday. The storm responsible for the wet snow on Tuesday is now hundreds of miles to the east while the next storm is still near Seattle.
Colorado Remains Vacation Destination Despite Restrictions: 'We Were Coming No Matter What'Following the closure of indoor dining, Summit County officials continue to discuss further capacity restrictions at its four ski resorts.
Broadmoor Manitou Railway Snowplow Can Cut Through 10-Foot DriftsThe snowplow on the cog railway will be able to cut through snow drifts 10 feet tall and 20 feet wide!
Investigators Search For Clues In Bear Creek Fire That Burned Near Colorado Springs HomesInvestigators are looking for information about a wildfire that burned dangerously close to homes in Colorado Springs last week. The Bear Creek Fire burned slightly more than 20 acres in the park on Nov. 19.
Colorado Snow Totals: Latest Reports From Denver Metro Area, Front RangeThe snow was unusually wet for late November and made for some tough travel around the metro Denver.
Denver Weather: It Finally Snows! Mile High City Sees First Measurable Snow Since OctoberIn a month that is usually Denver's fourth snowiest of the year, it took until the final week to get the first official measurable snow since October 26.
Weld County Sheriff Warns Drivers Could Be Fined For 'Puffing' VehiclesThe Weld County Sheriff's Office is warning residents of leaving their cars running, leaving them vulnerable to theft.
Denver Weather: Snowstorm Unusually Warm, Wet For Late November In ColoradoThe snow materialized as forecasted in Denver Tuesday morning but it’s unusual for late November because of the water content and warm temperatures.
Firefighting Tanks For C-130s Back Into Storage At Peterson AFB Until Next Wildfire SeasonThe 302nd Airlift Wing at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs said firefighting tanks on C-130 airplanes are being put back into storage.
COVID In Colorado: Dr. Dave Hnida Has Recommendations For Outdoor Dining In The Colder MonthsWith more counties moving to the red level on the state's COVID dial, more restaurants are moving to outdoor dining. But are those tents and other enclosed outdoor spaces safer than eating inside?
Environmental Groups Celebrate Plan To Retire 5 Of Colorado's Largest Coal-Fired Power Plants In 2028Coal industry representatives questioned the civilian commission's ability to force early retirement of the units, most of which were already voluntarily slated to cease operations.
Ski Areas In Aspen To Open A Day Early To Mitigate Holiday CrowdsAspen Mountain and Snowmass will open their ski slopes a day early as an effort to thin out crowds.
RING VIDEO: Amazing Images Show Firefighters Battling Bear Creek Fire Only Feet From HousesOne of several Colorado Springs homes that backs up to Bear Creek Regional Park had their house's Ring video on Thursday when a wildfire advanced right up to their property line.
COVID In Summit County: Ski Vacations Have Changed, Both On The Mountain And OffThose headed to Summit County hopeful for a holiday ski vacation should prepare for a different kind of vacation than they’re used to.
White River National Forest Hiring For 160 Temporary Summer JobsThe White River National Forest is accepting applications for more than 160 temporary summer jobs.
Helicopter View Shows Cameron Peak Fire Damage, FEMA Warns Of Possible FloodingHot spots continue to burn in the Cameron Peak Fire burn area. Crews took a tour of the burn area by helicopter to get a better view of where the fire is still most dangerous.