Vail Police Searching For Suspect In Property Damage InvestigationVail police want to find the man responsible for apparently breaking an exit gate at the Vail Transportation Center in Vail Village.
Vail Residents Urged To Consider Flood Insurance Ahead Of Spring RunoffThe Town of Vail reminds residents to consider flood insurance as the ski season wraps up and snowmelt begins.
Vail Police Ask For Help Identifying Shoplifting SuspectThe Vail Police Department is investigating a theft from the Roxy store in Vail Village.
Vail Police Hope Community Program Will Stop Rise In Catalytic Converter TheftsThe Vail Police Department says it's working on plans to hold a community program to help curtail the theft problem.
Colorado Nonprofit Finds Unique Model To Help Sexual Abuse Survivors: Therapy And Mountain BikingA nonprofit in Colorado's high country helping victims of trauma heal through mountain biking is expanding programming this year.
Vail Police Release Images Of Suspects In Catalytic Converter Theft CasePolice in Vail released surveillance photos of some people who are suspected of stealing catalytic converters from parked cars.
Lesley Shelton Under Arrest After Vail Bus Attack, Accused Of Choking Man With KnifePolice say a Leadville man who was on a Town of Vail bus is accused of choking another passenger.
Vail Resorts Extends Ski Season At Vail, Beaver Creek, KeystoneVail Resorts has extended their ski season. Beaver Creek and Keystone will close on April 11 and Vail will remain open until April 18.
Backcountry Snowboarder Survives Avalanche In Vail ChutesThe Colorado Avalanche Information Center reports an avalanche fully buried a snowboarder in the Vail Chutes, backcountry in east Vail, on Saturday.
Drivers Can Expect Delays On I-70 Near Vail Pass On MondayDrivers traveling along Interstate 70 near Vail Pass may encounter some delays on Monday.
Lift Lines Are Long After New Snow At Colorado Ski Areas, But COVID Transmission Remains LowAs the snow finally starts to accumulate in Colorado's high country, so do the people in lift lines, leaving many to wonder how COVID isn't running rampant.