From the KMTS News Room:

    • News UNDATED (AP) – Crews across the state are installing 80 new stand-alone “live view” cameras as part of a $1.1 million project to improve the Colorado Department of Transportation’s traveler communication network. The Denver Post reports the cameras will either add to or replace some of 422 cameras that are already in place along roadways ...
    • Sports DENVER (AP) – Kenneth Faried scored 22 points and had 17 rebounds and the Denver Nuggets opened the season Wednesday night with an 89-79 win over Detroit, spoiling the debut of Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy. Aaron Afflalo, in his second tour with Denver after being ...
    • News DENVER (AP) – Two candidates for Colorado’s sixth congressional district are facing off in a historic Spanish-language debate. Organizers say today’s encounter between Republican Rep. Mike Coffman and his Democratic challenger Andrew Romanoff will be the first time two congressional candidates who are not of Hispanic descent have debated in Spanish. ...
    • RFSD Board of Education Swears in New School Board Members, Elects New Officers BASALT, Colo…Roaring Fork School District swore in its two new board members, Karl Hanlon and Mary Elizabeth Geiger, and elected new board officers Wednesday night at its regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting held at Basalt High School. Daniel Biggs, a three-year board member, is the new board president; Bob Johnson, a 10-year veteran of the ...
    • Judicial performance evaluations available in the “Blue Book” mailed to every Colorado registered voter household Evaluations of 146 judges standing for retention in the 2014 general election are included in the 2014 State Ballot Information Booklet, published by the Legislative Council and commonly referred to as the “Blue Book,” which began arriving at Colorado households recently. The Blue Book is an informational booklet that includes the evaluations of the judges standing ...
    • News DENVER (AP) – Gay marriage is now officially legal in Colorado. Colorado Attorney General John Suthers said today that all of the state’s 64 counties must issue the licenses to couples now that the Colorado Supreme Court has lifted previous orders barring that. Those orders were the final obstacles to gay marriage becoming law in ...
    • Colorado Mountain College moves toward carbon neutrality Electric vehicle charging stations installed at six locations What’s the quickest route to a carbon-neutral future? That’s the question driving Colorado Mountain College’s employees and sustainability students, who are seeking ways to reduce the college’s energy footprint now and into the years to come. One answer: by way of the electric vehicle charging stations installed recently at five of the college’s campuses and its ...
    • EV Rally of the Rockies Shows off Electric Car Muscle Eight electric vehicles will take a fall colors road rally on Friday, Oct. 3, leaving from Aspen, Vail, Grand Junction and Snowmass Village, traveling through communities equipped with vehicle charging stations, and ending with a party in Carbondale. “The EV Rally of the Rockies will show that electric car travel and tourism is now possible in ...
    • News, September 23rd GRAND JUNCTION(AP) – Mesa County authorities say a foster mother told them she lost control when she shook a baby to death because the child would not stop crying. Court documents say 20-year-old Sydney Danielle White told police she did not know how long shook the 11-month-old girl. A judge held White in jail ...
    • Mount Evans Highway Closing for Season Next Week Road Closed Earlier than Normal for Construction CLEAR CREEK COUNTY – The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is closing the remaining 10 mile segment of the Mount Evans Highway – State Highway 5 – for the season to most vehicular traffic on Monday, September 22 for construction. CDOT needs to build a retaining wall along the edge of the highway to improve its ...

    From the KMTS Sports Desk:

    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (12/01/2011) HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL _____________________________ THE ANNUAL BRENDA PATCH MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT TIPS OFF TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT ROARING FORK HIGH SCHOOL. GIRLS AND BOYS TEAMS FROM GLENWOOD, ROARING FORK, BASALT AND STEAMBOAT SPRINGS WILL BE COMPETING.
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (11/29/2010) HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ____________________ THE GLENWOOD DEMONS FOOTBALL TEAM IS HEADED BACK TO THE 3A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP. GLENWOOD’S 25 TO 6 VICTORY OVER CANON CITY PUT THEM IN THIS SATURDAY’S TITLE SHOWDOWN WITH THE TOP RANKED AND UNDEFEATED ELIZABETH CARDINALS. THE GAME WILL BE PLAYED AT LEGACY STADIUM IN AURORA ...
    • KMTS FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Glenwood-Elizabeth to Play for 3A Title GLENWOOD SPRINGS (11/27/10) — “The turf’s not real great, but it’s our dirt,” Glenwood lineman Blaze Barham said in describing the muddy, slippery field on which his team had just qualified for a return to the 3A state football championship by defeating Canon City, 25-6, Saturday. Recent snow, followed by sub-zero temperatures played havoc ...
    • DEMONS DECLAW THE TIGERS TO ADVANCE TO THE 3A TITLE GAME (Glenwood Springs) For the second time in three years, the Glenwood Demons will play for the 3A State Football Championship. Riding on the shoulders of senior quarterback and team captain Luke Jacob, the Demons overcame the muddy conditions of Stubler Memorial Field and several mistakes to outlast the Canon City Tigers 25 to 6. ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (11/24/2010) THE WEATHER IS SUPPOSED TO BE NICE FOR THIS SATURDAY’S SEMIFINAL PLAYOFF FOOTBALL GAME BETWEEN THE GLENWOOD DEMONS AND THE CANON CITY TIGERS. KMTS WILL BROADCAST THE GAME LIVE FROM STUBLER MEMORIAL FIELD WITH PRE-GAME COVERAGE BEGINNING AT 12:30.
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (11/23/2010) HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL __________________________ __________________________ THE GLENWOOD DEMONS TAKE ON THE CANON CITY TIGERS THIS SATURDAY IN A FINAL FOUR PLAYOFF GAME AT STUBLER MEMORIAL FIELD. KICK OFF IS SET FOR 1 O’CLOCK WITH LIVE PRE-GAME COVERAGE BEGINNING AT 12:30 ON KMTS.
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (11/19/2010) HIGH SCHOOL PLAYOFF FOOTBALL…. THE GLENWOOD DEMONS TAKE ON THE LEWIS PALMER RANGERS TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT 1 O’CLOCK IN COLORADO SPRINGS. THE WINNER MOVES ON TO THE FINAL FOUR. CATCH ALL THE ACTION LIVE ON KMTS AND KMTS.COM WITH PRE-GAME COVERAGE BEGINNING AT 12:30. ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (11/18/2010) VOLLEYBALL __________ LANDON GARVIK LED THE ROARING FORK RAMS TO A LEAGUE, DISTRICT AND REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. NOW THE SENIOR ALL-STATE PLAYER WILL GET TO COMPETE THIS SUNDAY IN BROOMFIELD AT THE PRESTIGIOUS COLORODO COACHES OF GIRLS ALL-STATE VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL __________________________ THE GLENWOOD DEMONS BATTLE THE LEWIS-PALMER RANGERS THIS SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 1 0’CLOCK IN COLORADO ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (11/17/2010) SOFTBALL ALL LEAGUE TEAM THE 3A WESTERN SLOPE ALL CONFERENCE SOFTBALL TEAM IS CHALK-FULL OF LOCAL PLAYERS. JAMIE MATHERLY FROM THE LEAGUE AND DISTRICT CHAMPION BASALT LADY LONGHORNS WAS NAMED THE PLAYER OF THE YEAR AND HER DAD, BRUCE, WAS NAMED THE COACH OF THE YEAR. ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (11/15/2011) HIGH SCHOOL PLAYOFF FOOTBALL…. THE GLENWOOD DEMONS TROUNCED ENGELWOOD SATURDAY 42 TO NOTHING TO ADVANCE TO THE ELITE 8. THE DEMONS TRAVEL TO COLORADO SPRINGS THIS SATURDAY AFTERNOON FOR A 1 O’CLOCK SHOWDOWN WITH THE LEWIS-PALMER RANGERS. THE OTHER LOCAL TEAM TO ADVANCE TO THE NEXT ROUND ...