Dozens Of Snowslides Cleared From Durango-Silverton Railroad TracksA heavy equipment contractor finished plowing snow from an avalanche-prone portion of iconic railroad track in southwestern Colorado this week.
Video: Storm Trooper Spotted Clearing Snow In Durango"Move to Durango they said. The winters are mild compared to Hoth they said," Hank Blum joked on Twitter.
Fourth Crash Involving Colorado State Patrol Trooper Recorded In Past 4 DaysFour different crashes where Colorado State Patrol troopers were struck or their patrol cars were hit by other drivers have taken place in the past few days.
3 CSP Troopers Hit In Less Than 24 HoursThe Colorado State Patrol is urging people to drive responsibly after three troopers were hit in less than 24 hours.
Orphaned Bear Cub Burned In 416 Fire Now Released Into The WildAn orphaned bear cub burned by a Colorado wildfire has been released back into the wild.
Light Snow Expected Across Southern Colorado SundayPlaces such as Pagosa Springs, Durango and Telluride could pick up anywhere from 2 to 6 inches of snow before midnight on Monday.
Dry Southwest Colorado Starts 2019 With Big SnowSouthwestern Colorado is measuring snow in feet to start 2019 after one of its worst drought years on record.
Top 10 Colorado Animal Stories Of 2018The past year, 2018, has 2018 brought us a lot of stories of typical bear behavior, meaning lots of car break-ins starting in the spring and running right through the fall.
Historic Colorado Railroad Makes Some Modern ChangesThe Durango and Silverton Railroad will no longer be powered only by coal after being shut down over the summer because of the 416 Fire.
Father Accused Of Killing Son: Judge Determining What Evidence To Allow In Mark Redwine's TrialA Colorado man accused of killing his 13-year-old son is in court this week to determine what evidence will be allowed at his trial.
State Grant To Help Colorado Hospitals Document Sex AssaultA hospital in Colorado plans to use a state grant to help victims of sexual assault.
Internet Service Blamed For Voting Issues In DurangoThe Secretary of State's Office says there are some voting issues in Durango after some internet issues.
416 Fire Declared Completely ControlledFire officials say the 416 Fire is now completely controlled, but it's not "out."
Durango Man Climbs Colorado's 100 Highest PeaksA Durango man has climbed Colorado's 100 highest peaks and he snapped pictures to prove it.
Lawsuit: Railroad Should Pay For Damage After 416 FireThe 416 fire may have missed Kristi Householder's home, but the mudslides caused by rain on July 14th didn't.