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World’s longest track of dinosaur footprints near Ouray is now public land

U.S. Forest Service purchased several parcels containing 134 fossilized tracks

Avalanche forecaster had to be rescued this week – from an avalanche

State agency says accident highlights risks to all backcountry users

How Ouray’s ice farmers nurture a frozen crop that is beautiful and climbable

The ice axes make a satisfying “thwack” every time a bundled-up climber, one tool in each hand, swings them into the frozen wall. Shattered bits fly off as the line of climbers inches up fro...

Police say man found dead at Glenwood Springs amusement park researched mass shootings, but investigators find few other answers

More than three months since a man armed with guns and explosives was found dead at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, police say they still don’t know his possible motives or if he was planni...

New homeowners find body parts in a Grand Junction home

Mesa County Sheriff’s Office confirmed a severed human head and hands were found at home

For skiers in Colorado, a snow season that started slow and rebounded is poised for a deluge

On a recent morning at Powderhorn Mountain Resort, skiers and boarders glided through pillowy powder so light and deep they created clouds with each turn. It’s a good powder day, but earlier...

From the Continental Divide to Utah, or somewhere else? Where is the Western Slope in Colorado?

Have you ever skied at Steamboat Springs? Have you walked up that tangle of a trail to the jewel-tone waters of Hanging Lake? Have you cheered in the stands of the sheepdog trials in Meeker?...

A Colorado rodeo legend clinches one more title: his name in the National Cowboy Hall of Fame

At 75 years old, J.C. Trujillo can still feel the moment he became a rodeo cowboy. He was 6. He remembers his first calf-riding competition for kids “as clear as day,” he said. “I was scared...

Colorado sees more avalanche deaths than any other state. A training course at this mountain park hopes to change that

At a park just outside of Minturn, now open for its third season, there are eight transmitters that people can practice finding with their beacons

New movement helps Native students take back their education

Many students were sent to Native American boarding schools operating in the U.S. for more than a century

These small, city-owned ski areas keep up the tradition of skiing for all

Durango’s Chapman Hill has been used as an in-town ski area for more than 70 years

Lost for a month, a Western Slope dog reunited with her owners in unlikely way

For more than a month, countless animal lovers across Colorado’s Western Slope were gripped by the same question: Where is Mia? But you’d never know it from the rescue dog’s calm demeanor no...