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Mountain Edition - January 29th, 2015

Welcome to Mountain Edition.

Warm temperatures are boosting river levels and disappointing skiers. We’ll tell you what’s ahead in the forecast.

Low oil and gas prices are good for consumers but tough on companies drilling in Western Colorado.

Despite an oil and gas slowdown, a new analysis shows hundreds of spills are still being reported.

Aspen residents are gathering signatures to get a measure on the ballot that would require voter-approval of some development projects.

The Glenwood Hot Springs maintains its hot pools are safe, after a complaint about bacteria in the water.

Finally, a handful of locals will compete at snow sports world championships races including an Aspen athlete who was injured early in the season.

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