'Wildly Out Of Your Comfort Zone': Unlikely Colorado Airport Ramp Agent Finds PurposeA college student who was looking for work over winter break has been holding her own at the Vail Valley Jet Center and has a message for those looking for work during the pandemic.
Some Eagle County Trails To Close Tuesday For Seasonal Wildlife ProtectionPortions of Eagle County Open Space will close to the public on Tuesday to support seasonal wildlife needs and migration routes.
Beaver Creek Celebrates Milestone Birthday On Opening DayBeaver Creek is celebrating 40 years as it opened its slopes on Wednesday.
COVID In Eagle County: Permit Required For Groups Of 10 Or MoreEagle County is requiring a permit for any gathering with 10 or more people. The public health order states that any event, pubic or private, with more than two households must submit a formal request.
Leigha Ackerson Guilty Of Murdering Woman Whose Home She And Husband Were Secretly Squatting InAn Eagle County jury found Leigha Page Ackerson guilty of murder, burglary, robbery and trespassing charges. She now faces a mandatory life sentence.
Eagle County Asks Residents To Take Broadband SurveyEagle County wants to hear from residents about the quality of their internet service.
'Giddy Up!' Coloradans Cast Ballot On Horseback -- Because It's ColoradoBy car, bike, scooter, foot... or horse, Coloradans are making sure their voices are heard on Election Day.
Suspects Sought In Eagle County Puffer Car TheftsPolice are investigating five vehicle thefts Friday morning in Edwards and Avon.
For The First Time In 6 Weeks, Colorado Drought Stops Worsening!Considering how bad the drought situation in Colorado had become, the fact it didn't get worse after the recent snow is probably the best possible outcome.
LOOK: Suspect Seen Stealing $252 Bottle Of Champagne In Eagle CountyThe Eagle County Sheriff's Office is looking for a suspect who, they say, stole a bottle of champagne worth $252.
Neighbors React To Deadly House Explosion Weeks After Another Gas Line RuptureA fatal home explosion in Gypsum, caused by a natural gas line that was ruptured during a drilling operation for a fiber optics project, was not the first time the Comcast contractor hit a line.