Denver Considers Plastic Bag BanDenver is considering a ban on plastic bags. The Denver City Council discussed a proposal to ban plastic bags.
Forest Service Approves Aspen's Pandora ExpansionThe U.S. Forest Service has authorized Aspen Skiing Co.'s proposal to develop an additional 0.3 square miles of skiing on Aspen Mountain.
Ski Guide Avoids Serious Injury After Being Buried By AvalancheA tour guide in the Aspen Mountain Powder Tours permit area on Richmond Ridge was unharmed after being buried by an avalanche.
Yosemite Climber Grateful For Rescue Crews: 'Feel Really Lucky'A Colorado man who fell down a mountain in Yosemite National Park in October says the only way out of that dangerous spot was a helicopter rescue.
Retailer Agrees To Pull Questionable Merchandise After Aspen Skiing LawsuitA retailer reached a settlement with Aspen Skiing Company over knockoff merchandise.
Independence Pass Closed Until Next YearIndependence Pass is closed for the season, which means it won't open again until 2019.
Snow Forecast Prompts Closure Of Independence PassThe 12-thousand foot pass is located on Highway 82 east of Aspen.
Dog Killed After Barking At Bear Under Backyard DeckA bear in Aspen reportedly attacked and killed a dog Tuesday morning. The bear was under a homeowner's backyard deck.
Aspen Snowmass' 'Give A Flake' Campaign Brings Focus On Contentious IssuesIt’s part vulgar pun, and part cry for action, but this season Aspen Snowmass is making clear in it’s advertising where it’s priorities are with a campaign called “Give a Flake.”
Drought Brings Colorado Color Earlier Than UsualCheck out the best places to see fall colors and when across Colorado.
Aspen Declares 'Stage 2 Water Shortage' For First Time In HistoryThe water restrictions in parts of Colorado's mountains is reaching historic proportions. For the first time in history, Aspen has declared a Stage 2 Water Shortage.
Protective Measures Taken At Iconic Maroon Bells Photo SpotThe lake, accompanied by the 14,000-foot Maroon Bells as backdrop, is regarded as the most photographed place in the state.