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  • On today's newscast: The Roaring Fork School district is looking for more feedback on how to keep students safe, workers at Aspen’s private airport are hoping to unionize, a dog who was swept away in an avalanche near Marble last spring has been spotted on a wildlife camera, and more.
  • There are a range of important local and state elections coming up this year. In this voter guide, you’ll find up-to-date information about registering to vote, upcoming candidate forums, and what’s on the ballot in Pitkin, Eagle and Garfield counties.
  • On today's newscast: Garfield County commissioners denied Carbondale's request to help support dozens of new immigrants who have arrived in the valley, Pitkin County will help fund the West Mountain Regional Housing Coalition’s new buydown program, Aspen’s Public Works Director will be retiring this spring after roughly a decade in the role, and more.
  • On today's newscast: the Colorado Supreme Court heard a case that could impact whether ski resorts are protected from certain liability claims brought by injured skiers, state lawmakers are considering a bill to allow cultural regalia to be worn at school graduations after an incident in Parachute last year, Alpine Bank is warning users about recent fraud messages, and more.
  • On today's newscast: Pitkin County once again punted on an ordinance that would cap the amount of energy new residential homes can use outside, Basalt and Carbondale are holding candidate forums ahead of their April 2 municipal elections, state lawmakers are considering new protections for transgender students, and more.
  • On today's newscast: Democrats running for CU Regent At-Large participated in their first candidate forum in the valley, there are no easy answers when it comes to keeping bears out of the Pitkin County landfill, APCHA has expanded who qualifies for its affordable home repairs program, and more.
  • On today's newscast: the Roaring Fork School District may introduce drug-sniffing dogs on some campuses as early as this spring, a community group is asking Aspen’s city council to pass a resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza, Senate District 5 candidates participated in their first Democratic candidate forum in Basalt, and more.
  • On today's newscast: former Aspen Times editor Andrew Travers plans to file an amended complaint this week after a judge dismissed his lawsuit against the paper, Aspen and Pitkin County have very different strategies when it comes to the issue of homelessness, a reproductive rights organization is collecting signatures in Aspen on Tuesday for a state ballot initiative that would protect abortion access, and more.
  • On today's newscast: The Pitkin, Garfield and Eagle County democratic parties are hosting a candidate forum at the Basalt library Monday night, Aspen’s city council and Pitkin County commissioners are meeting to talk about the community’s gaps in housing, officials are considering what to do about bears at Pitkin County's landfill, and more.
  • On today's newscast: two backcountry skiers had a close call in an avalanche on Hayden Peak north of Ashcroft this week, three of the five Pitkin County commissioners will be up for election in November, Roaring Fork High School principal Megan Baiardo announced that she’ll be resigning next fall, and more.