Laney Malavolta Identified As Woman Killed In Colorado Bear AttackThe woman killed in a bear attack north of Durango last week has been identified as Laney Malavolta.
Predatory Attacks By Black Bears Rare, But Can Happen In ColoradoAn autopsy is planned for Wednesday on the 39-year-old woman found dead in Trimble north of Durango, where signs point to a bear attack.
More Details About Apparent Bear Attack In Durango Expected In AutopsyAn autopsy expected to come out this week could confirm what will be the fourth death in Colorado history related to a bear attack. 
Human Remains Found In Stomach Of Bear, Cub After Woman Killed North Of DurangoA Colorado Parks and Wildlife pathologist found human remains inside the stomachs of a sow and her yearling bear. Wildlife officers suspect that the bears killed and ate a 39-year-old woman.
Sow, Yearlings Euthanized After Durango Woman Found Dead From Apparent Bear AttackA 39-year-old Durango woman died after apparently being attacked by a black bear. Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers say the attack happened sometime Friday night.
Colorado's Mesa Verde National Park Now Dark-Sky CertifiedThey say Mesa Verde National Park has exceptional night skies for stargazing.
COVID In Colorado: Fort Lewis College Becomes First In State To Require VaccineAdministrators at Fort Lewis College say the COVID-19 vaccination will be a requirement for students attending classes on campus this fall.
$10,000 Reward Offered In 2 Durango-Area Murder InvestigationsThe FBI needs the public’s help with two investigations in the Durango area. In both cases, the victims disappeared in Towoac and were murdered.
Tyler Owens James Arrested After Several Downtown Durango Businesses DamagedA man was arrested after several downtown Durango businesses were damaged Tuesday morning.
New Trial For Mark Redwine Now Scheduled To Start In AprilThe new trial date has been pushed back for Mark Redwine, the man accused of killing his 13-year-old son Dylan in southwest Colorado in 2012.
Forest Rangers Begin Slash Burning In Southern ColoradoForest Rangers are taking steps to prevent wildfires in the San Juan Mountains near Durango.