From the KMTS News Room:

    • News, May 28th COLORADO SUPREME COURT RULES IN FAVOR OF STATE EDUCATION FUNDING DENVER (AP) – The state Supreme Court says Colorado's school funding system is constitutional. Today's landmark 4-2 ruling affirms the state's argument that it has made funding a priority and that school finance should be left to lawmakers to decide, not the courts. The plaintiffs have contended ...
    • News, May 24th EXTRA PATROLS ON THE ROAD THIS WEEKEND LOOKING FOR DRUNK DRIVERS Undated—If you plan to drink during the three-day Memorial weekend, don't get behind the wheel. Law enforcement agencies across Colorado will be targeting drunk drivers starting tonight through Tuesday morning. The “Heat is On” campaign will include sobriety checkpoints at various locations as ...
    • News, May 22nd DEADLY GLENWOOD CANYON ACCIDENT CLOSES I-70 IN BOTH DIRECTIONS Glenwood Springs—One person was killed and four people were seriously injured early this morning when a car collided with a semi in Glenwood Canyon just east of the Hanging Lake Tunnel. According to early reports from the Colorado State Patrol, the accident happened between 4:30 and ...
    • I-70 Closed in Glenwood Canyon Intestate 70 is closed in Glenwood Canyon due to a multiple vehicle accident. Officials say they don't know when the road will re open.  More on KMTS this morning.
    • News, May 21st GARCO COMMISSIONERS AGREE TO FUND JAIL CONTROL ROOM UPGRADE Glenwood Springs—Garfield County Commissioners approved 433 thousand dollars in supplemental funds to pay for an upgrade of the county jail's control room. Sheriff Lou Vallario says he's been able to save up a good deal of grant money over the past few years to cover the ...
    • News, May 20th DENVER (AP) – Memorial Day weekend is fast approaching but the snow is still coming. Forecasters say snow will be heavy at times today from Colorado's northern mountains to the foothills in Boulder County. It's been snowing in Rocky Mountain National Park, where crews are hoping to open Trail Ridge ...
    • News, May 17th GARCO SHERIFF JOINING ANTI-GUN CONTROL LAWSUIT Glenwood Springs—Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario is one of the 54 Colorado sheriff’s suing the state over recently passed gun control bills.  The lawsuit was filed today in response to the bills calling for expanded background checks and limiting the size of ammunition magazines to 15 rounds.  Vallario says the ...
    • Major Water Line Break in Rifle FINAL UPDATE: Water line has been repaired, all restrictions lifted. UPDATE: Officials are now asking Rifle residents to not use outside water at all and limit inside water use until Saturday at 10:00 AM. A major water line has broken in Rifle. Residents are being asked not to use any outside water and limit ...
    • News, May 16th ACCESS CONTROL PLAN DISCUSSION CONTINUES TONIGHT IN GLENWOOD Glenwood Springs—The Glenwood Springs City Council will continue the often heated debate over the Access Control Plan at tonight’s meeting.  The council is considering entering into an Intergovernmental Agreement on the C-DOT transportation management plan.  Tonight’s council meeting begins at 6. GOV WANTS A STATE WATER PLAN FOR AG ...
    • News, May 15th OVERDUE ELECTRIC BILL SCAM CONTINUES IN GLENWOOD Glenwood Springs—A scam artist is still trying to rip off Glenwood Springs business owners by scaring them into paying for what he says are overdue electric bills.  This has been going on for over week now according to the Glenwood Springs Police Department. Witnesses say it appears to be ...

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