Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Facing Lawsuit For Starting 416 FireThe iconic screaming horn on the Silverton News, Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad’s steam-powered locomotive comes blaring into the small mountain town of Silverton daily. Now the future of the train is in question.
Colorado Tourist Train Delivers Renewed Hope To BusinessesA Colorado tourist railroad has commenced service, bringing hope to businesses that have been isolated by weather events.
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. 
Section Of Red Mountain Pass Closed For Driver SafetyThe Colorado Department of Transportation closed a section of US 550 in San Juan and Ouray Counties on Monday.
Investigation Reveals Skier In Avalanche School Was Buried By Two SnowslidesThe Colorado Avalanche Information Center has completed their investigation into a deadly slide in southwest Colorado.
Backcountry Skier Killed In Avalanche IdentifiedA 40 year old from Longmont is Colorado's first person to die in an avalanche near Silverton.
Backcountry Skier Buried In Avalanche Was Part Of Avalanche SchoolA backcountry skier caught and buried by an avalanche near Red Mountain Pass on Saturday, was part of an avalanche school.
Skier Killed In Avalanche Near Red Mountain PassA backcountry skier was caught and buried by an avalanche near Red Mountain Pass on Saturday. The skier died.
Residents, Businesses File Lawsuit Against Railroad Over 416 FireA civil case filed Monday in District Court alleges the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad started the 416 Fire, which burned 54,129 acres.
Durango & Silverton Railroad Resumes Trips As Wildfire Settles DownFive weeks after closing due to the 416 Fire, the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad has resumed its daily trips.
Driver Cited In Crash That Spilled Mine Waste Into CreekA Colorado man has been cited for careless driving after his truck crashed and spilled treated mine waste into a creek.