Psychiatric Hospital Could Release Thomas Proesel, Who Pushed Snowboarder Off Aspen ChairliftThe man who pushed a snowboarder off a chairlift at Aspen Highlands in 2016 could be released from a state psychiatric hospital, according to a the Aspen Times.
VIDEO: Aspen Police Patrol At Night, Work To Limit People-Bear ConflictsWith bears roaming around in downtown Aspen at night and bears sometimes entering houses, police are doing their best to prevent injuries to people and to the animals.
Car Temp Hits 116 Degrees With Child Left Inside, Mother ArrestedAspen police arrested a mother Friday afternoon after her 1-year-old child was found left inside a hot car.
New Signs In Aspen Monitor Bear ActivityAspen Community Response Officers are monitoring bear activity in the area with new signs.
Donor To Pay Overtime Costs Linked To Pence's Colorado VisitAn anonymous donor has pledged to pay overtime costs of Colorado public safety personnel connected to Vice President Mike Pence's visit to a ski town earlier this month.
Aspen Delays Decision On Dockless Bikes, E-ScootersCity leaders in Aspen have delayed the operation of dockless bicycles and e-scooters on city streets. For now.
Aspen Man Sentenced To Probation For Bear Killing RetaliationColorado man who enjoyed the presence of a bear on his property and tried to burn his neighbor's ranch down after a hunter legally killed the bear has been sentenced to two years of probation.
From Aurora to Aspen, Chef Caroline Glover Gains National Recognition For ColoradoCaroline Glover is proud to represent the host state of the Food and Wine Classic in Aspen as one of the 10 Best New Chefs and bring more recognition to Aurora.
Ban On Flavored Nicotine Products To Take Effect In AspenAspen is now the first city in Colorado to ban the sale of flavored nicotine products.
DNA Confirms Bear Killed Is The One That Attacked Woman On Memorial DayDNA tests have confirmed that a bear killed by Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers last week is the one that attacked a woman on Memorial Day.
Wildlife Officers Put Down Bear Suspected Of Attacking HikerWildlife officers put down a black bear they believe attacked a hiker near Aspen.
Traps Set For Bear That Attacked Hiker Near AspenTraps are set and the hunt is on for a bear deemed “aggressive” by Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
Colorado Parks And Wildlife Officers Search For Bear That Bit HikerWildlife officials in western Colorado are searching for a black bear that bit a woman's leg as she hiked on a trail near Aspen.
Wildlife Officers Looking For 'Aggressive Bear' After Woman Was AttackedColorado Parks and Wildlife officers are looking for an "aggressive bear" in Aspen.
Aspen Mountain Extends Season For Another WeekendThe ski resort will reopen for two more days this weekend -- June 1-2, the Aspen Times reports.