From the KMTS News Room:

    • News, March 17th MURDER CHARGES FILED IN PFISTER CASE Aspen—First degree murder charges have been filed against a coupleaccused of killing lifelong Aspen resident Nancy Pfister.  65 year oldWilliam Styler the Third and 62 year old Nancy Styler were formallycharged today in Pitkin County District Court with Pfister’s death.A third suspect, Pfister’s property manager, 56 year old ...
    • News, March 17th SEARCH FOR MISSING DOCTOR IN VAIL CONTINUES Vail, CO. (AP)–There’s still no sign of a missing Indiana doctor in the Vail backcountry.  Dr. James McGrogan disappeared  are searching for the man after he disappeared on a hiking trip with three friends near Vail.   His mother,Arlene McGrogan of Chesterton, Indiana, says her son recently returned to northern ...
    • Drink & Don’t Drive This St. Patrick’s Day The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) encourages Coloradans to “Drink & Don’t Drive” as they embrace the Irish heritage over St. Patrick’s Day weekend. CDOT sends out this reminder before heightened DUI enforcement begins tonight at 6 pm and runs through 3 am on Tues., March 18. Through The Heat Is On campaign, the Colorado ...
    • Deadline Extended: Colorado Educators Invited to Apply for Free Seedling Trees Teachers in Colorado can still apply to receive free seedling trees for class planting projects this spring. The Colorado State Forest Service has extended the application deadline for Project Learning Tree-trained educators to receive free seedling trees from its Fort Collins nursery. Interested teachers can apply to receive seedlings for planting projects on public or ...
    • Rocky Mountain Gun Club Now Accepting Registration The Rocky Mountain Gun Club is now accepting membership registration. All registration forms will be available on site at the Rocky Mountain Gun Club located at 545 31 Road in Grand Junction, CO. The Rocky Mountain Gun Club is now open Tuesday thru Saturday, from 9am to 9pm, for tours and registration. The Rocky Mountain Gun ...
    • True cost of wildfires to be explored at Colorado Wildland Fire Conference in Glenwood Springs A host of wildland fire experts and local, state and federal fire managers will discuss the true cost of wildfire in Colorado communities at the Colorado Wildland Fire Conference April 16-17 in Glenwood Springs. “The goal of the conference is to educate participants about the issues related to wildfire risk and the impacts to our communities,” ...
    • News, March 14th OBAMA VETO THREAT OF WATER BILL ANGERS TIPTON Washington, D.C.—-Western Slope Congressman Scott Tipton is incensed that one of the most important bills he’s ever sponsored could go up in flames.  The Cortez Republican has been crafting and building support for the “Water Rights Protection Act.”  Late Thursday, the House passed the bill thanks to votes ...
    • News, March 13th OBAMA THREATENS VETO OF TIPTON’S WATER RIGHTS BILL Washington, D.C.—Despite growing support on Capitol Hill for Scott Tipton’s Water Rights Protection Act, the legislation may be in trouble.  While the bill is being debated, President Obama has threatened to veto it. Tipton says the battle now boils down to private property rights versus the Obama Administration.  ...
    • News, March 12th CYBERBULLYING BILL PASSED BY HOUSE Denver—Bullying or intimidating someone with a text or facebook message is closer to being outlawed in Colorado. House lawmakers passed a bill on a 54-10 vote that would make it a misdemeanor to “inflict serious emotional distress on a minor” with text messages or social media.  Several prosecuting attorneys testified in ...
    • Cash & Season Pass Prizes, Spring and Puppies, Hot Tubs and Hot Tricks! Crystal River Spas Spring Thing – It’s sunny and time to celebrate a successful winter and the coming of spring with a growing hot tub jump sponsored by Crystal River Spas. Enjoy watching athletes show their steezy skills as they jump through fire and over a hot tub filled with brave ladies! Win $1000 worth ...

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