From the KMTS News Room:

    • News, March 3rd ASPEN’S FIRST MURDER IN 12 YEARS INVESTIGATED Aspen—The murder of 57 year old Aspen native Nancy Pfister remains shrouded in mystery.  Homicide investigators with the Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation aren’t saying much about how she was killed, only that she was murdered. No arrests have been made in the case.  ...
    • Adverse Weather Continues on I-70 Mountain Corridor Adverse weather continues on the I-70 mountain corridor. Wave Escorts were implemented on westbound I-70 during peak times this morning. During this time, plows were working to clear the roads of snow and ice while traffic was being held in order to maintain public safety and improve traction. I-70 eastbound has reopened at Silverthorne, Vail Pass ...
    • Update On Pfister Homicide Pitkin County, Colorado – February 28, 2014 – The Pitkin County Sheriffs Office is Continuing to investigate the homicide of a female believed to be Nancy Pfister. The agencies assisting the Sheriffs Office are the Aspen Police Department, the Ninth Judicial District, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, the Basalt Police Department, the Carbondale Police Department, the Town of Basait ...
    • I-70 Mountain Corridor Weekend Travel Heavy traffic is expected along the I-70 mountain corridor today for westbound traffic. Heavy traffic westbound will continue tomorrow morning and early afternoon. Motorists traveling eastbound along this corridor Saturday and Sunday during the afternoon and evening hours should anticipate heavy traffic volumes and delays. Metering and/or Wave Escorts may be implemented along I-70 eastbound ...
    • COLORADO SYMPHONY ANNOUNCES 2014/15 SEASON The Colorado Symphony is pleased to announce programming for the 2014/15 season, which opens Friday, September 18 at Boettcher Concert Hall. The Colorado Symphony’s 2014/15 season represents a richly diverse spectrum of symphonic music, from classical to contemporary. Under the guidance of Music Director Andrew Litton, the line-up includes appearances by some of symphonic music’s most ...
    • VALLEY VIEW HOSPITAL FIRST HOSPITAL IN ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION TO OFFER VASCULAR-ROBOTIC PROCEDURE WITH CORPATH SYSTEM Valley View Hospital today announced the launch of the only robotic-assisted coronary angioplasty program in the Rocky Mountain region. The procedure is performed by Frank Laws, M.D., the medical director of VVH’s Heart and Vascular Center using the CorPath System—the first and only FDA 510(k) cleared robotic-assisted technology to aid interventional cardiologists in placing stents ...
    • Investigation Of Suspicious Death Pitkin County, Colorado February 27, 2014 – The Pitkin County Sheriffs Office is currently investigating the death of a Woman believed to be Aspen resident, Nancy Piister. The death is Considered to be suspicious and is Currently part of an active and ongoing investigation. The successful arrest and prosecution of a person or persons responsible will be the ...
    • Wave Escorts Implemented on I-70 to Ensure Public Safety In order to ensure public safety in the Eisenhower Tunnel, CDOT may implement metering prior to the tunnel.  Metering is used sparingly in this area to ensure that emergency personnel can access the tunnel during an incident.  Should weather conditions require it, CDOT will implement wave escorts further down the mountain at Silverthorne to ensure ...
    • Roaring Fork Schools To Host Next Series of Community Visioning Meetings Building on the enthusiasm started during last fall’s community visioning process and to keep the community engaged, Roaring Fork Schools is asking the local community for its continued participation in the next steps of its community-wide visioning and strategic planning process. From March 11-13 the district is hosting a series of meetings in Basalt, Carbondale ...
    • News, February 28th ASPEN NATIVE BELIEVED MURDERED Aspen—The Colorado Bureau of Investigation and the Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the apparent murder of Aspen native Nancy Pfister.  Pfister’s West Buttermilk Road home has been cordoned off by authorities and two people have been taken into custody. HARSH SENTENCE FOR ARMED ROBBER ASPEN (AP) – A man who pointed a handgun ...

    From the KMTS Sports Desk:

    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (11/05/2010) STATE 3A SOCCER __________________ THE COAL RIDGE TITANS LOST TO THE CLASSICAL ACADEMY LAST NIGHT IN COLORADO SPRINGS 4 TO NOTHING. THE TITANS FINISHED THEIR BEST YEAR EVER AT 16 AND 2. VOLLEYBALL _____________ THE STATE’S THIRD SEEDED ROARING FORK RAMS HOST THE REGION C TOURNAMENT TOMORROW MORNING IN CARBONDALE. THE RAMS WELCOME SAINT MARY’S, JEFFERSON ACADEMY AND ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (11/01/2010) SOCCER ________ THE COAL RIDGE TITANS BEAT WELD CENTRAL 2 TO NOTHING TO ADVANCE TO THE QUARTERFINALS. THEY’LL TAKE ON THE CLASSICAL ACADEMY THIS THURSDAY. VOLLEYBALL _____________ THE DISTRICT CHAMPION ROARING FORK LADY RAMS WILL HOST THE REGIONALS THIS WEEKEND. FOOTBALL __________ THE GLENWOOD DEMONS DEFEATED DELTA 24 TO 7 AND CLAIMED THE WESTERN SLOPE CROWN THANKS TO PALISADE’S ...
    • KMTS Game of the Week: GLENWOOD WRAPS UP LEAGUE TITLE AT DELTA, 24-7 DELTA (10/29/10) — The Rifle-Glenwood rivalry doesn’t mean what it once did — not due to the Bears moving down to class 3A with Coal Ridge High School in most sports, but because next week’s anticipated showdown will no longer determine this season’s Western Slope League championship. The Demons (8-1, 6-0) clinched ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (10/29/2010) HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL _________________________ THE GLENWOOD DEMONS TRAVEL TO DELTA TO TAKE ON THE PANTHERS. THE DEMONS COULD CLINCH THE LEAGUE TITLE TONIGHT WITH A WIN AND A RIFLE LOSS TO PALISADE AT BEAR’S STADIUM. CATCH ALL THE ACTION TONIGHT FROM DELTA ON KMTS WITH ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (10/28/2010) IN THE STATE 3-A HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER PLAYOFFS…. THE COAL RIDGE TITANS SHUTOUT TELLURIDE YESTERDAY IN PEACH VALLEY, 3 -ZIP. THE TITANS WILL TRAVEL TO PLAY WELD CENTRAL SATURDAY IN A SWEET 16 GAME. BASALT BLANKED SALIDA 5-NOTHING AT HOME AND WILL HIT THE ROAD TO PLAY SAINT MARY’S ON SATURDAY. THE ROARING FORK RAMS DEFEATED ...
    • State Soccer Playoffs: Coal Ridge Advances to Sweet 16 PEACH VALLEY – Coal Ridge soccer coach Brian Blair normally doesnt get too excited on the sidelines, but frequent first-half scoring opportunities that failed to add to a 1-0 lead had the coach known as “B” frustrated. “Doesnt anyone in white (the home team Titans) want to get to the ball?” ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (10/26/2010) SOCCER ______ THE BRACKETS HAVE BEEN SET FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL STATE SOCCER TOURNAMENT. FOUR LOCAL TEAMS ARE PLAYING TOMORROW IN THE 3A TOURNAMENT INCLUDING ROARING FORK, ASPEN, BASALT AND COAL RIDGE. THE 12TH SEEDED TITANS HOST TELLURIDE TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT 3:30. NUMBER 11 ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (10/25/2010) HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL _________________________ THE GLENWOOD DEMONS BEAT THE EAGLE VALLEY DEVILS FRIDAY NIGHT 33 TO 6. GLENWOOD NOW SITS ALONE ATOP THE WESTERN SLOPE CONFERENCE WITH A 5 AND O LEAGUE RECORD THANKS TO MOFFAT COUNTY’S 21-18 OVERTIME WIN OVER RIFLE. THE DEMONS TRAVEL TO DELTA ...
    • KMTS Game of the Week: Glenwood Runs to WSL Mountain Top GLENWOOD SPRINGS(10-22-10) — A steady downpour that drowned Glenwood’s passing game mattered little as the Demons ran all over Eagle Valley, 33-6, outrushing the Devils, 253 yards to 99, and essentially settling the outcome by the second play of the second quarter. That was a 41-yard touchdown run by quarterback Luke Jacob after a magical fake ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (10/20/2010) HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL _______________________ COAL RIDGE SWEPT GRAND VALLEY IN THREE GAMES. THE RIFLE LADY BEARS WERE ALSO SWEPT BY ASPEN. SOCCER _______ GLENWOOD ENDED THE SEASON ON A WINNING NOTE, DEFEATING PALISADE 4 TO 2 AT STUBLER MEMORIAL FIELD. BASALT BLANKED COAL RIDGE 1 TO NOTHING. ASPEN EDGED CRMS 2 TO 1 AND GRAND VALLEY FELL TO HOTCHKISS 5 TO 3.