Good afternoon, it’s Mountain Edition.
The top official for the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs visits disabled vets in Snowmass.
The former owner of an embattled dog sledding operation appears in court.
And, it’s fire season in Colorado. Local firefighters are preparing at specific locations.
Potholes are forming on local streets. We’ll tell you why the deep caverns are particularly pronounced in the high country.
State lawmakers spend nine hours debating the budget.
And, Aspen elected leaders discuss eliminating a long-time housing option for workers.
Finally, we talk with high schoolers anxiously awaiting college acceptance letters.