Man Wearing Bandana Burglarizes 2 Frisco Restaurants, Steals $1,500Four different restaurants on Frisco's Main Street were hit overnight by burglars and Frisco police are asking for your help tracking down a suspect.
High Country Is Packed With Holiday Visitors: 'Reservations Are Filling Up Fast'Good luck getting a spot on the tubing hill this week at the Frisco Adventure Park.
Contractor Hired To Help Clear Massive Amount Of Avalanche DebrisCrews are in the middle of a massive avalanche cleanup project in Summit County.
Mountain Trails Blocked By Debris Piles 20 Feet Tall, Left Behind By AvalanchesWhile the snow has melted along miles of trails in Summit County, not every trail is ready for hikers and bikers. In places, trees and other debris are piled 20 feet high-- the aftermath of avalanches.
March Avalanches Delay Start Of Recreation Path ConstructionPlans to expand a popular recreation path in the high country are delayed due to historic avalanches that have damaged the proposed route.
Frisco Cancels July 4th FireworksThe Town of Frisco has decided to cancel its annual 4th of July fireworks show.
Back On Skis: A New Milestone For Injured Flight NurseJust in case you didn’t get the memo, Dave is marking off a return to yet another of the many activities he once owned as a super-fit Coloradan.
'No Rest For The Weary': Avalanche Experts Working Tirelessly Day In & Day OutWith a smaller staff than normal and historic avalanche conditions, those working for the Colorado Avalanche Information Center (CAIC) say good sleep is a luxury.