From the KMTS News Room:

    • News, January 14th LOWER COLLEGE TUITION FOR CHILDREN OF ILLEGALS? DENVER (AP) – Illegal immigrants who grow up in Colorado could be eligible for in-state tuition, not a compromise in-between tuition rate. That’s what Colorado Democrats are set to propose this week now that they’ve gained full control over the state Legislature. Democrats say they will drop ...
    • Department of Homeland Security Warns of Java Vulnerability The US Department of Homeland Security is warning consumers and business owners about a potential vulnerability to Oracle Java version 7. Additional information may be obtained from the Department of Homeland Security website, or by clicking the link below: http://www.us-cert.gov/cas/techalerts/TA13-010A.html
    • News, January 11th NASTY WEATHER IN STORE FOR WEST SLOPE Glenwood Springs–A winter weather advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service for most of the Western Slope. The advisory is in effect until 9am Saturday. Winter driving conditions and extremely cold temperatures are in store for western Colorado for the next few days. PICEANCE BASIN LAND ...
    • News, January 10th DENVER (AP) – Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is urging lawmakers to debate gun control in the aftermath of mass shootings in Aurora and Connecticut, saying “our democracy demands this type of debate.” Hickenlooper also renewed a call for the passage of civil unions in his State of the State speech to lawmakers today, and implored ...
    • News, January 9th GRAND AVENUE BRIDGE OPEN HOUSE TONIGHT Glenwood Springs–C-DOT officials and engineers will be on hand tonight to answer more questions about the Grand Avenue Bridge. A two and a half hour open house is being held at the Glenwood Springs Community Center beginning at 5 o’clock. COLORADO FLU CASES ON THE RISE Denver–Colorado hospitals are taking precautions to ...
    • News, January 7th GARCO COMMISSIONERS BEGIN NEW YEAR Glenwood Springs–The Garfield County Board of Commissioners begin the new year today with a relatively routine agenda. Tomorrow morning at 10, newly re-elected commissioners Mike Samson and John Martin will be sworn in. In addition, Sherry Caloia will be sworn in to begin her first term as the 9th ...
    • News, January 4th MEMORIAL FOR SNOWMASS SKI INSTRUCTOR TOMORROW SNOWMASS (AP) – A memorial for the Snowmass ski patroller who died following an avalanche will be held tomorrow at the resort. Forty-nine-year-old Patricia Hileman died Sunday while skiing alone in a closed area. The 26-year veteran was swept over a cliff after triggering a small avalanche. The service will ...
    • News, January 3rd SOUTH GLENWOOD HOUSING PROJECT CONSIDERED Glenwood Springs–The Glenwood Springs City Council will consider plans for a new, 55-unit housing development along Airport Road. The developer is looking for a few exemptions for the project near the old coke ovens. Tonight’s council meeting begins at 7. GRAND AVENUE BRIDGE OPEN HOUSE/MEDIA PANEL Glenwood Springs–The Grand Avenue Bridge Project ...
    • News, January 2nd MINIMUM WAGE RAISE Undated–If you’ve been earning the minimum wage in Colorado, you’re getting a small pay raise. The hourly rate of $7.78 went into effect January 1st. That’s an increase of 14 cents an hour. The raise was the same for people who rely on tips. Waiters and waitresses will now ...
    • News, December 31st SKICO PATROLLER KILLED IN SNOWMASS AVALANCHE SNOWMASS VILLAGE – Investigators are headed to the site of Colorado’s first avalanche death this season. A member of Aspen Skiing Company’s off-duty ski patrol died yesterday after an avalanche in a permanently closed area at the Snowmass ski area. 49-year-old Patricia Hileman was killed when the avalanche carried her over ...

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