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  • AFA: Cadet dies in weekend skiing incident

    An Air Force Academy freshman cadet died in a weekend skiing incident in Keystone, the Academy confirmed Monday. Cadet John "Jack" Lindsey was pronounced dead by the Summit County coroner after the Saturday incident, the academy said. The death was deemed accidental, the academy said. "The Academy is deeply saddened by the loss of one of...

  • Video review: Gamers make their way into Winter X Games

    ASPEN - Big Air? Try Fast Thumbs. Safe to say, the newest competition at the Winter X Games will not be at the Olympics anytime soon. Its participants - some might prefer you call them athletes - may not know a ski from a snowboard and don't even have to have a heavy coat to win their gold medals. These are the Gamers. Yes, being good on the...

  • Rocky Mountain National Park celebrates 100th anniversary

    ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK — Rocky Mountain National Park has had its ups and downs during the past century. In the 1940s, gas rationing cut attendance, and the park is still trying to recover from devastating floods in 2013. On Monday, the park marks its 100th anniversary, celebrating a record number of visitors last year who were enjoying...

  • Your photos: A Colorado Springs sunset

    Colorado sunsets are mesmerizing, especially here in Colorado Springs. We asked readers to show us their photos. Here's a photo gallery from Saturday. Enjoy.

  • High winds cause long delays for Colorado skiers returning east

    Skiiers and snowboarders coming down from the mountains Saturday night might want to stop for hot chocolate or grab some dinner before heading east, because it's going to be a long ride home. U.S. 285 was closed indefinitely around 3:45 p.m. Saturday between Kenosha Pass and Fairplay because of high winds and many crashes and slide-offs,...

  • Colorado snowpack struggling in some river basins

    DENVER — The latest numbers for statewide snowpack show northwest and southwest Colorado are running behind where they should be for this time of year. Some of the driest conditions can be found in the Upper Rio Grande and the San Juan-Dolores-San Miguel-Animas river basins. According to KCNC-TV (http://tinyurl.com/o68yp9t), the South...

  • 4 bears overdose on choclate

    CONCORD, N.H. - New Hampshire's bear expert is proposing to eliminate the use of chocolate as bait after four bears were found dead at one trapping site due to a chocolate overdose. The bears - two female adults and two cubs - were found dead within 50 feet of where a hunter had put down 90 pounds of chocolate and doughnuts as bait in...

  • In bike-loving Colorado city, ambulances get racks for rides

    FORT COLLINS — Showing how much one Colorado city loves its bikes, cyclists who go to the hospital by ambulance no longer have to leave their rides behind. Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins, home of Colorado State University, has equipped all 14 of its ambulances with bike racks after encountering increasing numbers of cyclists who had...

  • Ute & Yeti pub opens at CityROCK

    CityROCK Climbing Center celebrates the grand opening of its new, in-house pub and cafe, The Ute & Yeti,  3 p.m. at 21 N. Nevada Ave. The pub’s on the ground floor, so you don’t even have to climb stairs for your liquid reward. You don’t have to be a member of the Colorado Springs climbing gym, either, to enjoy the taproom, which...

  • Shaun White finishes fourth at Winter X; Danny Davis gets a repeat

    ASPEN — Danny Davis made it look real easy. Shaun White — he made it look real hard. That summed up the gulf between first and fourth place on the halfpipe at the Winter X Games on Thursday night. Davis won his second straight X Games gold medal by laying down a leg-tweaking, fun-loving snowboarding show for the purists. White struggled all...

  • Cause of death released for man who perished on Longs Peak

    BOULDER — The Boulder County coroner's office says a 25-year-old man whose body was found below a popular route up Longs Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park died of hypothermia. Peter Jeffris, of Broomfield, was found dead about 200 feet below the Keyhole route Nov. 20. His death has been ruled an accident. Authorities believe Jeffris set...

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