'This Has Been Very Traumatic': Homeowner Speaks After Salida Police Shot His DogA Salida police officer is on paid administrative leave after shooting a pit bull in the face while responding to a call for help.
Parade, Flash Mob Make Up Surprise Birthday CelebrationDozens of people gathered in the streets of Salida for a surprise parade, flash mob to celebrate Jane Whitmer's birthday.
Thousands Of Pounds Of Used Tires Dumped In National ForestNational Forest rangers are asking for the public's help to identify the person or persons who may have dumped 2,000 pounds of used tires along a mountain road.
Arkansas River's Trout Flexing Their Fins In Face of Whirling DiseaseThirty-one years and millions of dollars into the fight against whirling disease, a strain of the iconic Colorado rainbow trout is at last showing signs of natural resistance.
Buck Freed After Getting Entangled In Christmas DecorationsThe Salida Fire Department had their hands full on Saturday when an (angry) buck got stuck in some Christmas decorations.
Search Teams Uncover Clues In Cold Case Murder Of Colorado MomA five-day search for clues in the death of a Colorado mother who disappeared 36 years ago was "very successful," investigators announced Sunday.
New Search Launched For Remains Of Victim In Colorado Cold CaseThe Chaffee County Sheriff's office has started a new search for the remains of a 32-year-old Colorado mother who disappeared 36 years ago.
Hundreds Expected At 2nd Annual Ark Valley Pride WeekThe second annual Ark Valley Pride week was a huge success in the town of Salida.
'Safe Zones' Created As A Result Of Pride Week In Colorado Mountain TownWhen you drive into this small mountain town, you will see a giant heart in lights on the mountain overlooking downtown, the heart of the valley. This weekend expect to see lots of rainbows, too.
Colorado Drought Already Sparking Water RestrictionsThe bleak drought situation across much of Colorado is already triggering at least voluntary water restrictions in some communities.
'Wonderful Spring Snowstorm' Brings Back Memories For Mountain ReporterA spring snowstorm on May 3, 2001, brought feet of snow to one part of southern Colorado, buried towns and left many people stranded inside their homes.
Gunman With Ties To Colorado Arrested In Waffle House ShootingThe man wanted for opening fire at a Waffle House restaurant in Nashville had a Colorado driver's license, according to Nashville police.
Natural Gas Service Shut Off For Thousands; Restoration To Take DaysAround 4,000 homes and businesses in Salida and Poncha Springs were without natural gas because of a broken pipeline.
Parents Surprised With Baby Boy On April Fool's DayA pair of new parents in Salida got an April Fool's surprise on Sunday.
Disease-Resistant Rainbow Trout Readied For State's RiversWhen you hold 'hope' in your hands, you wear gloves. You dress in several layers. And, occasionally, you take a break and stand by the heater.