Colorado Parks and Wildlife has closed a portion of the Arkansas River near Salida so that a dam can be removed.
The Salida City Council unanimously approved an ordinance that states the council’s opposition to Ballot Question 300.
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation now says that nearly 200 decomposing bodies have been removed from the Return to Nature Funeral Home in Penrose.
Joanne Morando of Salida, Colorado announced her candidacy for District Attorney of the 11th Judicial District, which includes Chaffee, Custer, Fremont, and Park counties.
The U.S. Forest Service has started the Threemile Creek prescribed burn.
The Howard man accused of killing and discarding a mother bear and her two cubs told a Fremont County Judge that he had become the target of death threats since his arrest.
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation has set up a tip line dedicated to the Suzanne Morphew investigation.
It’s hunting season and Colorado Parks and Wildlife want to remind hunters, hikers, bikers, leaf peepers and OHV users that Colorado’s outdoors are intended to be shared.
The Howard man accused of killing and discarding a mother bear and her two cubs allegedly posed for photos with the dead animals before removing their heads and paws.
[UPDATE] The Colorado State Patrol thanks the public for their assistance. They have located the vehicle and the driver.
A Cotopaxi man has been charged with two counts of attempted second-degree murder after a three-day altercation with his girlfriend and her juvenile son.
A Howard man has been arrested on bear poaching charges. 52-year-old Paul Stromberg is accused of killing a mother and her two cubs.