From the KMTS News Room:

    • News Parachute—A Grand Junction man was killed in a rollover accident early Sunday morning west of Parachute.  According to reports from the Colorado State Patrol, 22 year old Devan Cruz Carderea was heading east on I-70 around 4-am when he lost control of his Dodge Ram pickup near mile marker 68.  Troopers say Carderea drifted off ...
    • CMC Board of Trustees votes for zero increase for in-district, bachelor’s tuition Keeps tuition among lowest in Colorado At its meeting on Monday, the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees unanimously voted in support of keeping Colorado Mountain College among the most affordable colleges in the state. Looking ahead to the 2015-16 academic year, they approved a zero increase in the tuition rate for in-district students enrolled in associate-degree-level courses: at $57 per credit ...
    • Sports Girls Basketball     Basalt 45, Aspen 36     Glenwood Springs 73, Delta 55     Moffat 53, Grand Valley 41     Palisade 43, Eagle Valley 41   Girls Basketball     Basalt 45, Aspen 36     Glenwood Springs 73, Delta 55     Moffat 53, Grand Valley 41     Palisade 43, Eagle Valley 41   DENVER (AP) – The Colorado Avalanche will host their first NHL outdoor game ...
    • News CENTENNIAL (AP) – Attorneys in the Colorado theater shooting case say they are concerned about letting too many potential jurors go as jury selection enters its second week. Prosecutors have asked the judge not to reveal why he releases jurors, for fear of handing out a road map for others trying to avoid serving. DENVER (AP) ...
    • News CENTENNIAL (AP) – James Holmes sat quietly in the courtroom this morning as jury selection begins in his trial for the fatal shooting of 12 people in an Aurora movie theater. The jury pool now numbers 7,000 and will be winnowed down in the weeks ahead. The death penalty trial for Holmes could last until ...
    • News GREELEY (AP) – Colorado’s top oil and gas regulator says the state has about 2,000 active wells for every inspector and would need to add one inspector a year to keep up with recent trends. The Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Director says Colorado’s ratio of active wells to inspectors was in the middle of ...
    • News CRAIG (AP) – An agriculture-preservation group and a northwestern Colorado ranch have agreed on a conservation easement to preserve about 25 square miles of greater sage grouse habitat.The Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust said Wednesday the owners of the Cross Mountain Ranch will be paid $5.6 million in exchange for keeping the land permanently free ...
    • Glenwood Springs Girl Scout goes to camp for first time because of new scholarship Mary Jo Jacobs, M.D. Memorial Girl Scout Adventure Fund honors legacy of beloved local doctor Girl Scout Lanie Allred, of Glenwood Springs, can’t wait for summer! She’s going on an epic quest, where she will have adventures and make memories that will last a lifetime. As the first recipient of the Mary Jo Jacobs, M.D. Memorial Girl Scout Adventure Fund, Lanie will attend “Epic Quest,” which is one of the ...
    • News ASPEN (AP) – Special events are causing big headaches for several Colorado communities, prompting calls for limits on foot races, cycling races, ski competitions and other events that officials say are taking a toll on resources and local residents. Officials in Pitkin County are considering new requirements for permits to ensure compliance on noise limits ...
    • Colorado State Patrol Rolls Out New Recruitment Campaign The Colorado State Patrol is proud to announce the release of a 15 second version of our I Am A Trooper video in Colorado movie theaters. This ad will run for one week, starting today and ending next Thursday. Viewers will see the 15 second video in 39 theaters across the state. The Colorado State Patrol ...

    From the KMTS Sports Desk:

    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (11/10/2010) VOLLEYBALL ______________ THE ROARING FORK RAMS’ FIRST MATCH IN THE STATE 3-A TOURNAMENT AT THE DENVER COLISEUM WILL BE PLAYED AT 11 AM FRIDAY. THE RAMS PLAY EATON. FOOTBALL ___________ IF YOU CAN’T MAKE IT TO THE GLENWOOD DEMONS’ PLAYOFF GAME THIS SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 1 AGAINST THE ENGLEWOOD PIRATES, YOU CAN WATCH IT LIVE ON LINE….BE HEARD TV.COM ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (11/08/2010) HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL __________________________ THE GLENWOOD DEMONS EARNED THE NUMBER TWO SEED IN THE STATE AND WILL HOST THE ENGLEWOOD PIRATES THIS SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 1 0’CLOCK IN A FIRST ROUND PLAYOFF GAME. IN 2A FOOTBALL, THE COAL RIDGE TITANS ARE IN THE PLAYOFFS FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER. THEY’RE ...
    • KMTS Game of the Week: Glenwood Survives Bear Attack with Last-second Win GLENWOOD SPRINGS (11/5/10) — In the last second of the last league game for thirteen Glenwood senior football players, the Demons trailed Rifle by five points. As the clock turned to zero, Luke Jacob faked right, went left, and “The hole opened up for me,” he said afterwards. The Glenwood quarterback ...
    • 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 ...