Authorities said the bodies of the the two people killed in the slide -- 28-year-old Dillon Block and 30-year-old Cesar Almanza-Hernandez -- were recovered on Sunday
Colorado’s first seasonal avalanche death illustrates how many fatal slides happen during lower danger levelsBy Jesse Paul Outdoors Primary category in which blog post is published
Marise Cipriani walks away from her Grand County resort, saying a lender nixed a deal to sell as the town of Granby grows impatient over long-delayed road repairs
Colorado’s snowy winter and wet spring were a boon to the state’s reservoirs. These satellite photos show it.
At the start of August, Colorado reservoirs were at 80% their capacity. A year ago, their fill ratio was just 60%.
A Colorado Springs woman, Roberta Sophia Rodriguez, is also missing in the South Fork of the Rio Grande
Colorado’s rivers are starting to swell — but there are still feet of snow left to melt in the high country
Snowpack levels in some of the state’s river basins remain at about 50% of their peak. A man was killed rafting the Eagle River last week.
The U.S. Drought Monitor released a report Thursday showing that just roughly eight square miles in Colorado -- or 0.01 percent of the state -- is under abnormal dryness. And that might just be from a map-drawing error.
Snowpack still is at 155% of average and the slow melt is allowing more water to be captured in reservoirs drawn nearly dry last year
Colorado’s snowpack delivered an epic ski season. Now it’s rafters’ turn — even if they’re a little nervous
Snow that piled up this winter could come rushing down too fast and too fierce for river fun
Snow tires, chains or AWD are required on I-70 when it’s snowy. But motorists could soon need them all winter long
Colorado could soon make its temporary traction law into an all-winter-long, snow-or-shine rule on Interstate 70 from Morrison to Glenwood Canyon. Checkpoints might be used for enforcement.
Guides’ familiarity with terrain, underestimating danger possibly had role in fatal Jones Pass avalanche
Hans Berg, a photographer and guide with Empire-based Powder Addiction snowcat skiing, was killed March 7 in a massive slide that broke trees “like popsicle sticks”